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International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) reported that it hit gabbro rock at 650 metres and is continuing to drill until 1300 meters. CEO Gary Musil, said, “PDH-2 drilling further reinforces the geophysical and geochemical evidence that the Pecors target may host a new deposit type (Ni-Cu-PGE) in northern Ontario’s Elliot Lake mining camp, west of Sudbury.”
The Financial Post highlighted the discovery of the Pecors anomaly by International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) on it’s recent article entitled, “Nickel inventories in China plummet”. The article breaks down the path to the discovery, and the Company’s plans for the future.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) reported that Pecors Drill Hole #1 has stopped drilling at 1005m. Results are pending. International Montoro also announced that the third and final tranche of its private placement has been closed, with the Company issuing 1,665,000 units for a total of $116,550.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) announced the addition of Everett F. Makela, P.Geo., to the Company’s Advisory Board. Mr. Makela has over 30 years of experience in exploration, and is currently VP of Exploration for Equitas Resources Corp.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) has hit a thick, medium to coarse grained gabbro unit with two distinct zones of pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite at the Pecors anomaly in Ontario. CEO Gary Musil said, “Also, there is evidence that a remobilization process has occurred in this magmatic system. Pecors is indeed a favorable setting for potentially rich nickel-copper-PGE mineralization which marks a significant advancement of the exploration model for the district.” Drilling on a second hole, approximately 650 metres northwest, will begin upon completion of hole #1.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) reported that drilling on the Pecors anomaly is progressing ahead of schedule. As of 7pm EST on April 8, the Pecors Hole #1 was reported to be at a depth of 909m. The second drill hole is already being planned, and will commence upon return of the drilling contractor.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) reported that current drilling has encountered some quartz pebble conglomerates around 450m and core logging is continuing. The Company also announced the closing of the second tranche of the financing announced in December 11, 2014 and January 19, 2015.
International Montoro Resources (TSXV:IMT) was mentioned on the April 2 edition of BMR Morning Market Musings. BullMarketRun also issued an alert to its subscribers about International Montoro, saying that, “With drilling, money in the bank, technical momentum, and a current market cap of only $6 million, IMT has plenty of room to move higher this month, and is backed by the solid management of Gary Musil who’s had impressive success the last few years in challenging markets.”