Study manager for Misima gold

KINGSTON Resources says that work on the pre-feasibility study for the Misima gold project in Milne Bay Province is now in full swing with the appointment of a dedicated study manager in early June.
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Mining, geotechnical, metallurgical and environmental consultants have also been appointed while engineering consultants have been short-listed with an appointment expected in early July.
 
Managing director Andrew Corbett said he looked forward to reporting the results of the PFS on the 3.2 million ounce Misima project by year-end.
 
Kingston has also said that a 5000m resource definition reverse circulation drilling program was set to start in July at its Livingstone gold project 140km north-west of Meekatharra within the Bryah Basin of Western Australia.
 
"The upcoming program has been designed from knowledge gained from the structural review conducted over the wider Livingstone project, including Kingsley, in late 2019. The aim of the program is to define shallow oxide mineralisation that will contribute towards an initial maiden JORC compliant resource estimation," the company said.

 

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