Modern exploration to generate new targets for Killi at prospective Ravenswood North gold project

Results of a VTEM survey along the fertile gold ground along the Ravenswood corridor are expected to illuminate the prospectivity of one of the region’s forgotten gold targets.

Killi Resources (ASX:KLI) has just completed a VTEM Max heli-survey covering some 790 line kilometres over the 300sqkm it controls on two of the tenements at its Ravenswood North project in Queensland.

It is one of the first major instances of modern exploration technique applied to the project at its Rocky gold, silver, copper and molybdenum anomaly.

With results on the way, a soil sampling program has also recommenced with grids to cover multiple targets and extend the current grid at Rocky.

It will also assess geophysical anomalies to the north and follow up historic stream sediment samples, untested despite the identification of grades like 1390ppb, 610ppb, 270ppb and 280ppb gold generated around 40 years ago.

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