Dec 03, 2020

Rockfire turns attention to large tonnage copper target

Rockfire Resources has started a helicopter-supported aeromagnetic survey at its Copperhead porphyry copper deposit in Central Queensland. It follows a recent drilling campaign at the company’s Plateau gold project, within the Lighthouse tenement area about 50km south-east of Charters Towers. Rockfire described Copperhead as having a 2km by 3km copper-in-soil anomaly, providing a very large tonnage target. It said there was an historical (non-JORC) mineral content estimate calculated from drilling in 1972 of 87,500 tonnes of copper. ...

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