Global Energy Metals work by partner at Millennium return strong drill results

Global Energy Metals CEO Mitchell Smith joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news of results from a first phase reverse circulation drill program which was done and financed by joint venture partner Metal Bank Ltd.

Smith telling Proactive the first assays 5 metres at 2.27 per cent Cu (copper), 0.09 per cent Co (cobalt) and 0.94 gram per tonne gold. Another results saw 6 metres at 1.24 per cent Cu, 0.5 g/t Au.

The company is now working a Phase 2 metallurgical sampling and deeper drilling with visible cobalt-copper minerals observed.
Smith also said extension drilling to the north and proximal to the Pilgrim/Fountain Range fault zone to follow throughout July.

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