Renforth Resources CEO Explains What Outstanding Drill Results Really Mean
This is a very exciting time for Renforth Resources Inc. (CA:RFR – $0.08 & US:RFHRF – $0.07 & GER:9RR – €0.05) as it has been drilling for a few months now. As the Company is receiving very exciting assay results back for both its Parbec and Surimeau properties, we were very curious to find out about the near and long term potential for the Company.
Ms. Nicole Brewster, the President and CEO of Renforth Resources first delivers plenty of valuable information about Renforth’s Parbec property. She explains that although only a few assay results have been received back from its 15,569 meter drill program, initial results look quite promising. It is very realistic that in the next resource update for Parbec, expected in June or July, the open pit resource area will be wider and deeper. Moreover, 62 historic drill holes, which were drilled in the 1980s and the 1990s may also be added to the resource calculation, as they were successfully twinned in this drill campaign.
Ms. Brewster also divulges that after the resource update is published, the Company could very well be faced with the opportunity to sell Parbec as the Canadian Malartic Mine, Canada’s largest open pit gold mine, is located right next to Parbec.
Next, the interview digs deeper into Surimeau. Ms. Brewster first explains how and why the property was significantly expanded last year to about 215 square kilometers. She then shares how the results from a very small drill program at Surimeau were enough to convince Dr. James Franklin, a world-renowned expert in the identification and exploration of VMS deposits, to come on board as a principal technical advisor for Surimeau.
The CEO also shares her interesting views on today’s commodities markets and why we are at the beginning of a commodity supercycle.
Access our interview by clicking the play button on the media player below, or download our convenient transcript.
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