Large alkalic porphyry-related copper-gold style target
Trangie is a large alkalic porphyry-related copper-gold style target which the Company has tested with a series of shallow penetrating bedrock core holes.
Drilling has returned widespread, favourable potassic-style alteration, manifest by biotite-magnetite which remains indicative of proximity to an intrusion-related system over several kilometres that the Company considers typical of an alkalic porphyry environment.
Trangie and Myallmundi targets – Drill hole location map
Targeting alkalic copper-gold porpyhyry systems.
Trangie (TRN) target returned highly encouraging initial results from firstpass drilling.
Drill targets generated from interpretation of geological and geophysical data.
NW trend of zoned intrusive centers identified.
TRNDH007 (229m) Zones of coarse chalcopyrite associated with quartz-carbonate-epidote- veining.
TRNDH002 (197m) Pervasively chlorite-magnetite altered basalt with a crosscutting orange albite-quartz-carbonate-epidote-chlorite-pyrite-chalcopyrite vein.
TRNDH002 (213m) Complex multiphase alteration and veining associations. Early pervasive chlorite-albite-magnetite alteration overprinted by strong albite-epidote alteration further crosscut by complex quartz-epidote-albite-magnetite-chlorite-pyrite-chalcopyrite veins.
TRNDH013 (255m) Highly altered porphyritic andesite drill core. Early albite-epidote-chlorite cut by vein selvages and patches of biotite/sericite and magnetite.
MYLDH003 (224m) Highly altered andesitic volcanics cross-cut with a stockwork of quartz-pyrite-chalcopyrite veinlets.