Saint Jean Carbon (“Saint Jean” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:SJL) (OTCQB:TORVF), a carbon science company engaged in the design and build of green energy storage, green energy creation and green re-creation through the use of carbon materials is pleased to provide the preliminary results of diamond drilling executed on the Bell Graphite property, located in the Buckingham-Gatineau area.
The purpose of the drilling campaign was to verify some historical drill holes (1951-52) and to extend the mineralized zones at depth, below the previous mining operations and to the South. The historical mining operation corresponds to a 400 m long narrow TDEM anomaly with a coincidence with a PhiSpy conductor.
The 2017 drill holes have not been bored in the ascending order. The campaign comprised eleven drill holes totalling 1,338 metres in length. To date the Company has received the assay results of seven of the eleven holes bored. The assay certificates cover 191 samples, including five blank samples and four graphite standards inserted at random intervals.
Sampling, preparation and assaying protocols were implemented to allow for the inclusion, sampling and/or preparation of various quality control samples at various stages in the regular sample process stream. These samples allow for monitoring and measuring precision, accuracy and potential contamination of samples throughout the sampling, preparation and assaying process.