Happy Creek Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:HPY) reported additional drilling results from its Fox tungsten-molybdenum property in British Columbia, Canada.
As quoted in the press release:
New results from the RC prospect include vertical hole F12-09 with 11.0 metres of 0.82% W03 starting at 15.0 metres, including 4.0 metres of 2.18% W03. F12-09 is located 30 metres northwest of F12-01. F12-07 is located approximately 140 metres south of F12-01, and contains 4.6 metres of 0.75% W03 starting at 13.0 metres. The near-surface intervals indicate a gently west-dipping zone and are thought to reflect near true-thickness. F12-07 includes 1.0 metre of 1.41% W03, 0.59% zinc and 5.79 g/t indium. Results continue to indicate positive concentrations of the rare metal indium, used in many modern electronic applications, such as touch-screen devices.
Happy Creek President and Chief Executive Officer David Blann said:
F12-09 has returned another top-tier result from this new discovery and we are still just beginning to explore its potential. We see immense opportunity in the three kilometre long zone. The Fox project continues to advance and we are initiating baseline studies and permitting for the next phase of its development.