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Two of the three drill holes contain significant copper mineralization and were designed as infill and extension holes to the 300 to 400 meter step-out holes drilled by the company’s previous round of drilling completed in 2017.

Trilogy Metals (TSX/NYSE American:TMQ) has announced the second set of copper and cobalt assay results from the 2018 summer exploration diamond drilling program at the Bornite Project, a part of the Company’s Upper Kobuk mineral projects (UKMP) located in the Ambler Mining District of Northwest Alaska.

The release said that assay results from these three holes comprise approximately 2,888 meters from the 10,123-meter drill campaign. Two of the three drill holes contain significant copper mineralization and were designed as infill and extension holes to the 300 to 400 meter step-out holes drilled by the company’s previous round of drilling completed in 2017.

As detailed in the press release, at a cutoff grade of 0.5 percent copper the results are as follows:

  • RC18-0248 intersected five mineralized intervals of:
    • 1.0 meter averaging 14.38 percent copper;
    • 21.3 meters averaging 1.73 percent copper;
    • 21.0 meters averaging 0.93 percent copper;
    • 15.1 meters averaging 1.32 percent copper; and
    • 4.9 meters averaging 2.97 percent copper.
  • RC18-0249 intersected one mineralized interval of:
    • 38.3 meters averaging 1.12 percent copper.
  • RC18-0250 did not contain any significant mineralization.

Click here to read the full Trilogy Metals (TSX/NYSE American:TMQ) press release.

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