Blue River Drills for Gold in Cambodia

Blue River Drills for Gold in Cambodia

September 14, 2016 ( – Blue River Resources Drilling the Okalla West Gold Anomaly, Banlung Gold Project, Cambodia

Blue River Resources Ltd. (BXR.TSX- V) (BRVRF-OTC) (0BL-Frankfurt) reported that a shallow drilling program is in progress on the Okalla West gold anomaly in Banlung, Cambodia, with Angkor Gold Corp.

The exploration target is a shallow gold anomaly measuring approximately 4 square kilometers.

Initial drilling is focused on a 40 hectare area where previous sampling revealed a high concentration of gold occurrences.

There will be a total of 1200 holes to be drilled when the drilling is completed with 400 + shallow holes completed to date.

The drill samples will be submitted to ALS Labs and results will be announced by the Blue River over the coming weeks.

Blue River’s exploration plan is designed to delineate a near surface gold resource located in the saprolite & laterite rocks located no more than 7 meters from surface.

The company reported that there is a potential for a gold deposit of 400,000 to 800,000 ounces of gold based on the past exploration activities, findings and results.

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