Carlyle Commodities Corp. is pleased to announce the start of its first drilling program at the Cecilia Project has been slated for early February 2021. The work program will test the un-drilled San Jose structure on the Cerro Magallanes target where recent sampling returned values up to 48.3 gt gold over 0.75 m at surface . As project operator, Riverside Resources has planned a total of 6 drill holes designed to …
Carlyle Commodities Corp. (CSE: CCC) (FSE: 1OZA) (OTC Pink: DLRYF) (“Carlyle” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the start of its first drilling program at the Cecilia Project has been slated for early February 2021. The work program will test the un-drilled San Jose structure on the Cerro Magallanes target where recent sampling returned values up to 48.3 gt gold over 0.75 m at surface (out of 21 samples; see press release of November 18, 2020 and website shows video of the project). As project operator, Riverside Resources has planned a total of 6 drill holes designed to test down to roughly 250 m in depth between 2,200 m and 1,900 m elevation over the Cerro Magallanes rhyolitic dome. This target is one out of five major targets on the 7,000 hectares (70 sq. km) claim block in the prolific gold and copper mining region of northern Sonora, Mexico.
Carlyle’s President and CEO, Morgan Good, commented, “Carlyle is excited to report the 2021 kick-off of its initial drill campaign with its partner Riverside at the gold-silver Cecilia Project for early February. After several months of phase one exploration work, which returned excellent high-grade gold values from channel sampling not only confirming historical results, but it has given the Company the confidence it’s been seeking to maximize success while drilling the highest priority targets possible.“
Riverside’s President and CEO, John-Mark Staude, stated, “We are starting 2021 strong with an exciting drill program at the Cecilia Project. Recent exploration work has demonstrated the potential for high-grade gold mineralization at structural intersections namely the San Jose fault and the Agua Prieta structural corridor. Further work on the other target areas later this year can continue as well as progressing the Cerro Magallanes area.“
Recent underground sampling has returned positive results, which demonstrate the value of drill testing the area of Cerro Magallanes. Additionally, geophysical survey work, primarily Induced Polarization (IP) and magnetics have highlighted the targets already identified by the field crews (see press releases dated September 21, 2020 and November 18, 2020). This work shows the significance of the northwestern and northeastern structures as fluid migration paths. The intersection of structures is often where gold bearing fluids are concentrated and could lead to discoveries of high-grade zones. Carlyle and Riverside have planned the drilling program to target, at depth, the high-grade gold system that was identified at surface during its first-phase exploration program (see press release of June 6, 2017).
These drill results are expected to increase our knowledge on potentially larger targets related to the dome margin complex, a deposit type known for hosting multi-million ounces of gold and silver. Analogs include projects such as La Pitarrilla Deposit in Durango held by SSR Mining and San Julian Mine of Fresnillo. While the mineralization at Cecilia is predominantly gold-rich, the flow-dome related Ag-Pb-Zn(-Au) deposits of north-central Mexico represent important geological models for exploration at Cecilia. Drilling of these potential targets will be tested in subsequent drill programs.
Figure 1: 3D block diagram of the Cerro Magallanes rhyolite dome target, showing vertical magnetic processing and a long-section along the San Jose Target which is intersected by the La Cueva/Agua Prieta northeast trending fault zone.
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Harrison Cookenboo Ph.D., P.Geo., and a QP by the standards of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed the scientific and technical information that forms the basis for this news release and has approved the disclosure herein. Rock samples from the previous exploration programs discussed above at Cecilia were taken to the Bureau Veritas Laboratories in Hermosillo, Mexico for fire assaying for gold. The rejects remained with Bureau Veritas in Mexico while the pulps were transported to Bureau Veritas laboratory in Vancouver, BC, Canada for 45 element ICP/ES-MS analysis. A QA/QC program was implemented as part of the sampling procedures for the exploration program. Standard samples were randomly inserted into the sample stream prior to being sent to the laboratory.
Carlyle is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral resource properties. The Company has an option to earn a 100% interest in the Cecilia Gold-Silver Project located in the State of Sonora, Mexico. Carlyle formed a strategic partnership with HDI and has formed a 50-50 joint venture with HDI affiliate United Mineral Services Ltd. on the Mack Project and has an option to earn a 50% interest in the Jake project, both located in B.C., as well owns 100% of The Newton Gold Project in the Clinton Mining Division of B.C. The Company also wholly owns the Star, Porcher, Peneece and Blackie Fe-Ti-V properties located along tidewater in western B.C. and holds an option to earn a 100% interest in the promising Sunset property located in the Vancouver Mining Division near Pemberton, B.C. Carlyle is based in Vancouver, B.C., and is listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) under the symbol “CCC”.
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