Surge Copper Corp. (TSXV: SURG) announced this morning that it has started drilling at the main Berg deposit area, located within the Berg Property in central British Columbia. This follows the successful rehabilitation of the access trail and ongoing progress on camp reconstruction.
The company’s 2021 drill program at Berg covers 4,500 metres comprising 15 drill holes. Around $1.3 million has been budgeted for the program with objectives including modernizing the drill hole database and improving drill hole density.
The mining firm has mobilized one drill to the site and has begun drilling on a collar location in the southwestern quadrant of the deposit area.
Historical assays from the property include a highlight intersect of 0.56% copper, 0.070% molybdenum, and 60.5 g/t silver over 63.0 metres. The company is earning into a 70% interest in the Berg property from Centerra Gold Inc (TSX: CG).
Surge Copper last traded at $0.335 on the TSX Venture.
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