VANCOUVER, June 28, 2013 /CNW/ - Sego Resources is pleased to announce that it had contracted Dr. Jules
J. Lajoie PhD., P.Eng., former Chief Geophysicist of Cominco, Teck-Cominco and Teck Resources, to reanalyse and integrate the 2009 Titan 24 IP survey and the 2013
Precision Geosciences Airborne Geophysical Survey conducted over Sego's
Miner Mountain Property, near Princeton, BC. The work is now completed
and Sego has received the final report entitled "Titan 24 Re Processing, Heli Magnetics and Radiometrics Interpretation".
The report details eight separate target zones on the property worthy of
further investigation through drilling and/or further geophysics.
Targets #1&2 respectively are the Cuba Zone for which IP strongly
suggests extension to the WNW and ESE, and the yet untested Quintana
Zone, located about 700 m NE of the Cuba Zone and consisting of a 500 m
diameter IP response that coincides with a Mag low, as occurs over the
Cuba Zone mineralization (100.39m of 0.946% Cu 0.55 g/t Au 3.473 g/t Ag
in DDH 21, and 128.02m of 0.344% Cu 0.296 g/t Au 0.975 g/t Ag in DDH 24
in the Cuba Zone-NR March 12, 2012).
Target #3 is immediately south and upslope of the Regal Zone which
contains attractive copper grades and has been interpreted to be a
post-glacial landslide deposit.
Target #4 is in the approximately 1.5 km, and open, E-W IP high in the
SW part of the survey area, and is "located immediately north of strong
magnetic anomalies, a situation not unlike that at Copper Mountain". As
a start three holes are recommended for this target.
Targets #5&6 are in the south-eastern part of the Titan 24 IP survey.
Target #6 shows increasing chargeability at depth and to the east, with
depth to the top of the deep chargeability indicated to be in the
100-200 m range on the easternmost line.
Targets #7&8 are both in the northern part of the property, in excess of
1 km north of the Quintana Zone (Target #2) in an area not covered by
the Titan 24 IP survey. Target #7 is a strong mag low. Target #8 is a
sub-circular area about 1 km in diameter "...displaying unusually quiet
mag (magnetite destruction?) with the center showing somewhat elevated
mag and K/Th ratio, as one might expect for the central core of a
porphyry system." IP coverage is recommended for both areas.
Sego has already located mineralization and/or alteration in target
areas 1 through 7, with surface exploration including trenching, soil
geochemistry and surface geological mapping. The report is now being
reviewed by Sego's Exploration team.
The report is available on the Sego Website under "Technical Reports".
Sego is currently conducting a financing by short form offering document
(NR May 14, 2013) and anticipates closing the financing on or before
July 12, 2013 and expects to commence drilling mid-July.
This News Release has been reviewed by Chris Sampson, P.Eng. ARSM and
Vic Preto, PhD, P.Eng., both qualified persons under NI 43-101.
Sego's sole project is the Miner Mountain Project a Copper Gold Porphyry
Project near Princeton, BC, 15 kilometres north of Copper Mountain
Mining Corporation's - Mitsubishi's Copper Mountain Mine. The Miner
Mountain Project is situated within the Traditional Territory of the
Upper Similkameen Indian Band with whom Sego has an MOU. The Miner
Mountain property is 2,056.54 hectares in size.
J. Paul Stevenson, CEO
Sego Resources Inc.
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SOURCE: Sego Resources Inc.
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J. Paul Stevenson, CEO