Torian Resources hits fresh Mt Stirling gold
Precious metals and rare earths explorer Torian Resources has continued its purple patch of form by tabling further high-grade gold results from recent resource and extensional drilling at its flagship Mt Stirling/Viserion project approximately 40km northwest of Leonora in WA. The string of recent high-grade gold hits form part of a 17,500m drilling onslaught and add to a long list of solid results the company expects will give its current global mineral resource estimate a healthy boost. Torian is looking to deliver a revised figure in the first quarter of this year.
Interestingly, the upcoming resource estimate will include a sequence of results that were not included in the previous announcement from May 2021. The new series of high-grade results will be included together with the plethora of results produced during the recent drilling bombardment at Mt Stirling. The company has been providing a solid slew of news flow in recent months with four rigs on the go across the Mt Stirling, Viserion and Skywing gold targets along with auger vacuum drilling that is extending the footprint of the exciting Yttria rare earths discovery.
The project has an enviable address with several significant gold deposits sitting nearby to Mt Stirling, the most notable being Red 5 Limited’s King of the Hills mine, where a whopping 4.1-million-ounce gold resource has been defined.