225 Ounces of Gold Nuggets Recovered from Conglomerates
Artemis Resources Limited (“Artemis” or “the Company”) (ASX : ARV and Frankfurt : ATY) advises that total conglomerate gold nuggets recovered and owned 100% by Artemis from exploration activities now sits at 7Kg (225 ounces). These nuggets have been recovered by Artemis from its 47K Patch and Purdy’s Reward gold discoveries just south of Karratha in the Western Pilbara region of Western Australia. These nuggets are from conglomerate style gold deposits.
Artemis’ Chief Executive Officer Wayne Bramwell commented:
“Exploration on our 47K target is focussed upon understanding the structural controls and geology of the mineralising system. We are working closely with the CSIRO and a benefit of ground work here is that we continue to add to our stockpile of nuggets.
The interest from North American investors in conglomerate gold opportunities remains high and as such the company will be marketing in the US during September and evaluating options to enhance its OTC listing there.”
Artemis Resources looking at 'strong news flows, resource updates, before end of year'
Wayne Bramwell, new chief executive of Artemis Resources (ASX:ARV) (FRA:ATY) (US OTC:ARTTF), updates Proactive Investors on the Carlow Castle project and Radio Hill Processing Plant.
Bramwell says, "My attraction to this company really was the asset package and the portfolio that they have put together, and also the speed at which this company has seemed to be moving... The Artemis story's quite simple: it's really about gold, cobalt and base metals. It's been the first company to put together a large package of gold, base and battery metal tenements in the Karratha region, the Pilbara region, with a processing plant."
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