Teuton Resources Corp. (CVE:TUO) reported additional results from five holes at the Tennyson copper-gold property, in the Eskay Creek-Sulphurets-Premier region of northwestern British Columbia.
Teuton Resources Corp. (TSXV:TUO) reported additional results from five holes at the Tennyson copper-gold property, in the Eskay Creek-Sulphurets-Premier region of northwestern British Columbia.
The press release is quoted as saying:
TN11-01—Driven at a shallow, 15 degree dip to the northeast. Hole had to be terminated early after encountering ice at 15.2m (indicating a valley in the rock below the ice). TN11-02—Same azimuth as previous hole with a steeper dip of 30 degrees. Hole terminated after encountering a major, bounding fault at 71.6m (fault direction approx. northwest). TN11-03—Drilled southeast at 30 deg. dip. At 81.7m rocks change to unaltered argillites whereupon copper and gold values fall off sharply.
Teuton Resources’ P.Eng., President, D. Cremonese stated:
“Drilling at Tennyson continues to return encouraging results. We have stepped out over a 100m from the first pad to the second pad and still are in good copper-gold mineralization a further 100m along in the direction of pad 3. Copper grades are beginning to firm up as we move out from sericitic altered rocks in the vicinity of pad 1 into the chloritic section of the Tennyson. Mineralogical indications are that we are still in the outer rim of a typical porphyry deposit.”