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  • Luminex Resources Corp. (LR) partner Anglo American has commenced its maiden drill program at the Pegasus project in Ecuador
  • The initial drill program will consist of five holes and 3,200 metres at the Medusa target
  • CEO Marshall Koval sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news
  • Luminex Resources Corp. is a Canada-based precious and base metals exploration and development company
  • Luminex Resources Corp. (LR) opened trading at C$0.33

Luminex Resources (LR) partner Anglo American has commenced its maiden drill program at the Pegasus project in Ecuador.

The initial drill program will consist of five holes and 3,200 metres at the Medusa target. 

The Medusa area has three internal targets based on the characteristics mentioned above, with initial drilling slated for the largest northwestern target. Drilling plans have also been prepared for the other areas within the Medusa anomaly. However, those plans are contingent on initial results.

CEO Marshall Koval sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.

Luminex Resources Corp. is a Canada-based precious and base metals exploration and development company focused on gold and copper projects in Ecuador. 

Luminex Resources Corp. (LR) opened trading at C$0.33




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