Advanced Explorations Inc. (TSX-V: AXI and OTC Other: ADEXF) announced today an update on recent field activities relating to its iron and other mineral prospects on the Melville Peninsula in Nunavut, Canada. As part of the feasibility study at its flagship Roche Bay Iron Project, the Company has commenced a resource expansion drill program on the project’s C-Zone. Drill hole RBC-11-93 has been completed to its planned depth of 175 metres and the drill has now collared on its second hole. Additionally, geotechnical engineers from Wardrop Engineering Inc. and EBA Engineering Consultants Inc., two Tetra Tech Companies have just completed a site visit to the Roche Bay Project in order to evaluate potential sites for infrastructure and port development.
Commenting in the release, John Gingerich, President and CEO for Advanced stated: “To date, this has been an extremely successful and active exploration season for the Company. With the ongoing work on the feasibility study, high quality results from our Tuktu project and an increased interest in the mineral showings on the West Melville, we are very confident in creating further value in all of our assets”.