Skeena Reports Assays Of 9.12 G/T Gold Equivalent Over 49.60 Metres At Eskay Creek

Skeena Resources (TSX: SKE) has released additional drill results from its flagship Eskay Creek project, located within the Golden Triangle of BC. Highlight results from the release included 9.12 g/t gold equivalent over 49.60 metres, which consisted of 7.17 g/t gold and 146 g/t silver.

The company also announced that the phase 2 infill program is now completed at the property. The program was focused on resource category conversions for the ongoing pre-feasibility study, which is focused on open-pit constrained resources. The six drill rigs currently on site are now reportedly focused on near-mine exploration.

Results released this morning come from the 21C Zone, which is within 25 metres of historical workings on the property, as well as from 21B, located 200 metres to the east. Mineralization in both instances was discovered within the hanging walls of contact mudstone as well as within rhyolite flows.

Full results were released this morning by the company, which include the following highlights. The full table of assay results can be found at the bottom of the company’s release here.

  • 3.18 g/t Au, 27 g/t Ag (3.54 g/t AuEq) over 40.50 m (SK-20-492)
  • 4.67 g/t Au, 35 g/t Ag (5.14 g/t AuEq) over 21.50 m (SK-20-493)
  • 4.73 g/t Au, 67 g/t Ag (5.63 g/t AuEq) over 22.80 m (SK-20-563)
  • 5.69 g/t Au, 151 g/t Ag (7.70 g/t AuEq) over 22.11 m (SK-20-584)
  • 7.17 g/t Au, 146 g/t Ag (9.12 g/t AuEq) over 49.60 m (SK-20-579)

Skeena Resources last traded at $3.15 on the TSX.

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