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Irving’s 2020 Omu exploration program includes:
➢ Follow up drilling at Omu Sinter. (Winter and Spring)
➢ Follow up drilling at Omui. (Spring through Fall)
➢ Complete bulk sampling at the Omui mining license. Bulk sample will
be shipped to Kushikino mill. (Summer and Fall)
➢ Undertake further geophysics at Hokuryu. (Summer)
➢ Expand soil sampling over greater Hokuryu. (Summer)
➢ Expediting grant of Hokuryu prospecting licenses and drill permitting.
(Spring and Summer)
➢ First drilling at Hokuryu. (Fall)
2020 looks to be a packed year for Irving. Most juniors might have one decent to good target that they might have the funds and time to explore in a given year. Irving is scheduled to not only get a revenue stream going, but is also hoping to test three major targets during the next 12 months, and I believe any of the said three targets could be company maker on a standalone basis. The bulk samples will be shipped to Kushikino mill, which is described as follows in an article on Irving:
“Similarly, Mitsui produces gold-bearing smelter flux from its Akeshi Mine and its Kushikino refinery is the only cyanide extraction facility operating in Japan. Kushikino has a 100-year operating history with a cumulative production mining record of 56 tons of gold”
Click HERE to read more on Kushikino.
(Note: This is not a buy or sell recommendation. This is not investment advice and I am not a geologist. This article is highly speculative, forward looking and I can’t guarantee accuracy. Always do your own due diligence. I own a lot of shares of Irving Resources which I have bought in the open market and am thus biased. Always do your own due diligence.)
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