MOD: A4 Dome Potential to Support T3 Expansion Strategy

- October 4th, 2018

The company said that there are two distinctive types of mineralization at A4 Dome, being localized vein-hosted mineralization in the upper part of the dome and NPF contact mineralization which may form a flat lying ‘blanket’ underlying the dome.

MOD Resources (ASX: MOD) has reported further very encouraging results from drilling at the 70-percent Mod-owned A4 Dome, 8kms west of the T3 Project in the Kalahari copper belt in Botswana.

As quoted in the press release:

As announced on 4 September 2018, there are two distinctive types of mineralization at A4 Dome, being localized vein-hosted mineralization in the upper part of the dome and NPF contact mineralization which may form a flat lying ‘blanket’ underlying the dome, 450-500m below surface.

Managing Director of MOD, Julian Hanna said:

“We’re still in the early stages of understanding the A4 Dome, however we are encouraged by the potential for significant mineralization within this large target. Two holes have intersected wide intersections of vein-hosted mineralization and all ten holes into the core of the A4 Dome have intersected visible NPF contact mineralization. The grades are also strong, with assay results from all three NPF intersections received to date including intervals greater than 2 percent copper at the base.”

Click here to read the full MOD Resources (ASX:MOD) press release.

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