Freegold stakes additional ground at Rob gold project, Alaska
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Public-sector geochemical data from the newly acquired claims indicates widespread anomalous gold, arsenic, bismuth and tungsten in rocks, stream sediments and pan concentrate samples. The elevated bismuth and tungsten values are indicative of proximal intrusive-related gold mineralization similar to that at the Grey lead prospect at Rob and to Sumitomo’s +5 million ounce Pogo gold mine to the northwest of Rob. In 2009 the Pogo mine produced 389,808 ounces of gold at a cash cost of
Freegold has commissioned a revised NI-43-101 compliant technical report on the Rob project that is expected to provide additional information on the newly acquired claims and will include a recommended work program and budget for the Rob project. Completion of this report is expected before the end of March.
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