BeMetals kicks off exploration campaign at Zambian copper project

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Progress on investment Vancouver-based BeMetals has unveiled the commencement of the 2022 exploration campaign at its Pangeni copper project which is located on the western extension of the Central African Copperbelt in Zambia.


 “The primary objective for this years exploration program is to follow-up with testing and extending the Q-Prospect area where last years diamond drilling program intersected 4.14 metres grading 0.62% copper in hole Q3-C1 importantly hosted in interpreted Katangan Supergroup sediments,” the miner said in a statement.


John Wilton, the president and CEO of BeMetals, commented the company is “very excited to be following-up on last year’s encouraging results with a new US$1.5 million exploration program, funded pro rata by both BeMetals and JOGMEC, to test the extent of copper mineralization discovered at the Q and D prospects last year.”