Yes - I did post it earlier and it is from August 2018 so well out of date.
I'm with Mercman & Rup on GH sounding very positive and upbeat in the interview earlier on - it was short and sweet and to the point about Panorama and he sounded like he didn't want to get drawn into a conversation about Havieron too much.
RE: dont get too excited about PPB21 Oct 2019 10:31
Spy - these are only geochemical (MMI) results and these are comparable (if not better) than the results we originally had an Havieron and look where thats gone. As has been said it's a good start and confirms the gold anomalism along the same trend where the nuggets & rock chip samples were found earlier in the year. There have been similar results from other companies in neighbouring tenements in recent months so this whole area is starting to generate interest - just like the Paterson area.
Also we never got to see the first note from Numis. The first we heard was a tweet from Primorus saying a broker note had been released with a target of 4p - then a couple of days later an article appeared on the Proactive Investors website with excerpts from the note - I don't know if anyone on here ever saw our had access to the complete first note. Apparently it was over 30 pages so must have been pretty comprehensive.
I know mate - shocking performance again. I know the ABs were ruthless but we just didn't turn up again - same as Argentina 4 years ago. ****ing frustrating being an Ireland rugby team. Just gotta hope one of the 3 Northern hemisphere teams left can stop them. I agree it would be nice to see what was in the second note - I might drop an email to GGP and see if I get a reply. GLA Paddy
I agree Rup - the assays need to do the talking now but there are a couple of pointers that say these should be good.
As has been said - Newcrest putting GGP front and centre of annual reports, presentations, etc bodes well. Also Newcrest are not going to keep putting 1000m holes in the ground if they are not expecting good results. The pattern of the recent drills also back up what GH said in the last update.
• Newcrest will complete Phase 1 drilling in September and commence Phase 2 of the Havieron exploration programme which includes plans to significantly increase the amount of both step out and infill drilling.
I don't know how many of these step-out and infills will be reported but the ones that are not reported this time will be reported in the next update - one way or another Havieron will reveal her secrets over time.
Only 3 more trading days after the weekend before Newcrest updates - I wonder if we might get an update on one of our 3 outstanding surveys - Panorama, Scallywag or Paterson Range East early next week. GH sometimes like to wrong foot the market!!! Still awaiting the assay results from the final holes @ Black Hills & Firetower so plenty to keep us guessing.
Stout, Here's a couple of screenshots from the satellite image - there is a tool that lets you measure between 2 points.
Bear in mind the East - West distance is at ground level - the drills are probably angled back in towards the centre so they won't intersect through the cover and into the mineralisation at these points.
I get roughly 1.2Km from East - West and 400m North - South.
Volvo I'm presuming that these new holes will be angled back in towards HAD001 as the others have been so far but maybe they will have put a vertical one in to test the edges. It's impossible to tell from the plan view - we'll have to wait for the update but looks good to me that they are still stepping out.
When the updates come through I will feed then into the 3D model and get an updated video as soon as I can.