Graphite One Resources Inc. (TSXV:GPH,OTCQX:GPHOF) has completed its 2013 field program at the Graphite Creek Deposit in Alaska. All drill holes encountered visible graphite
- Ten drillholes completed to expand existing resource
- All drillholes encountered visible graphite
- Deposit remains open along strike both east, west and at depth
In total, 10 diamond drillholes were completed totaling 1023 meters (see Figure Attached). Drillholes were typically spaced about 250 meters apart. Drill holes 13GCH009 and 13GCH010 were drilled east of the 2012 drilling and drillholes 13GCH011 to 017 were designed to drill in between the 2012 step out hole (12GCH008 was drilled 2.2 km west; see figure) and the 2012 inferred resource. All drillholes have been logged and sampled and were all noted as having visible graphite (see photos in Appendix).
Graphite One Resources President and Director, Anthony Huston, said:
We’re happy to have completed another successful drill campaign and look forward to growing the already impressive resource as the Graphite Creek Deposit is the largest flake graphite deposit in North America and the US’s only advanced flake graphite deposit.