- Blue Thunder (TSXV:BLUE) has outlined the first phase of its exploration program at the Muus project in Quebec
- The first phase of the program will consist of prospecting, mapping, trenching, rock sampling and soil sampling key targets
- Phase two of the program will be a drilling program based on results from first phase
- Blue Thunder (BLUE) is holding steady and is trading at C$0.09 per share, with a market cap of $4.6 million
Blue Thunder (TSXV:BLUE) has outlined its upcoming exploration program at the Muus project in Quebec.
The company expects to have crews on site within days. The first phase of the program will consist of prospecting, mapping, trenching, rock sampling and soil sampling key targets.
the second phase will be centred on a diamond drilling program, with the rigs set to arrive in the second half of this year.
CEO and President of Blue Thunder, Robert Cintis, said he was very excited that the field work had begun again in earnest at the project.
“We have methodically compiled and evaluated hundreds of historical files to get a better understanding of the geology, alteration and potential mineralization in the area.
“We will also look at artificial intelligence as a potential tool to assist with the on-going data review and targeting.
“With all of this digitised data at our disposal we are now in a tremendous position to apply new exploration concepts, strategies, and techniques with the aim to make new mineral discoveries,” he said.
Blue Thunder has four other exploration properties in region, known as the Chibougamau Gold District, totalling 51,000 hectares.
Blue Thunder has identified the region as an under explored and under-developed amongst Quebec’s gold-bearing claims.
Much of what the company has acquired sits along major region-wide mineral structures, including the Guercheville and Fancamp Deformation zones.
Blue Thunder (BLUE) is holding steady and is trading at C$0.09 per share at 12:48 pm EDT.