- Cobra Resources completes first phase of drilling at Wudinna and moves to 65%
- Cobra Resources has attractive Australian gold projects
- Cobra Resources new CEO Rupert Verco explains his plan to ‘unlock potential of Wudinna gold project’
Quick facts: Cobra Resources Plc
Cobra Resources plc is a gold exploration, development and mining company whose shares are listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Cobra’s flagship Wudinna Gold Project is located in the Gawler Craton which is home to some of the largest IOCG discoveries in Australia including Olympic Dam, as well as Prominent Hill and Carrapateena. Cobra’s Wudinna tenements contain extensive orogenic gold mineralisation and are characterised by potentially open-pitable, high-grade gold intersections, with ready access to nearby infrastructure. In total, Cobra has over 22 orogenic gold prospects, with grades of between 16g/t up to 37.4g/t outside of the current 211,000 ounce JORC resource, as well as 1 copper-gold prospect, and 4 IOCG targets.
12 Oct 2021
() has successfully executed the first phase of its 2021 exploration programme at the Wudinna gold project in Australia, through undertaking an extensive geochemistry drilling programme using pathfinder chemistry.
A total of 875 holes for 7,335 metres were drilled across eight priority targets.
The second phase of the 2021 programme will commence, as planned, later this month, with the reverse circulation.
At the Clarke deposit, pathfinder drilling has defined elevated gold grading up to 0.76 grams per tonne, that now indicates a large 1.1 kilometre zone of mineralisation, significantly increasing the target zone from last year’s drilling intercepts.
21 Sep 2021
It carried out a geochemical sampling programme and drilled 138 holes across two targets in the first half of the year. Since then, the company has drilled a further 875 holes across eight priority targets and appointed Rupert Verco, a South Australian mining specialist, as chief executive.
02 Feb 2021
In the fourth quarter of 2020 Cobra Resources PLC (LON:COBR) drilled 41 reverse circulation holes covering over 6,000 metres focusing on the Baggy Green, Clarke, Barns and White Tank deposits in Australia.
This was a key progression from the substantial geochemical work and soil sampling work carried out earlier in 2020 which helped inform the targets for drilling – it was a major operational milestone in the process for Cobra building towards the group’s strategic aim of delivering an initial target of a one million ounce gold resource, a fivefold increase from the current 211,000 ounce resource.
28 Jul 2021
Verco says it was an opportunity to work with a board with a proven track record in project growth within the Australian resources sector and says the potential is significant.
He says the project has historically demonstrated an exceptional return on capital investment with almost 60% of RC and diamond drill holes intersecting economic mineralisation.
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Cobra Resources Plc (LSE:COBR)’s (LON:COBR) new CEO Rupert Verco joins Proactive London’s Katie Pilbeam to talk about his role and what attracted him to the company’s Wudinna gold project.
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