NuLegacy Gold Corporation (TSX-V: NUG) announced the commencement of a deep-penetrating induced polarization (“IP”) and resistivity survey on its Red Hill Project in Nevada that is centered around the historic drill hole BRH-13 which contained a 13.7 m intercept grading 8.11 g/t gold (45 ft of 0.25 oz/ton gold).
The new IP survey will penetrate to a depth of about 700 m. Once the results are evaluated, a drill plan will be developed to test the possible extensions of the BRH-13’s gold mineralization. Drilling is planned to re-start at the Red Hill gold Project as soon as equipment is available this spring.
In the release, Dr. Roger Steininger, NuLegacy’s COO stated; “The purpose of the survey is to guide NuLegacy`s future drilling programs by delineating the structures and hydrothermal alteration related to the high grade gold mineralization intersected in BRH-13. This survey is another important and valuable step toward our goal of discovering a significant gold deposit at Red Hill.”