Australian gold-copper resources company Mutiny Gold has commenced exploration operations at its Deflector Corridor prospect in Gullewa Project, Western Australia.
The company has consolidated all the 80 target points through a geophysical study facilitated by Southern Geoscience.
Mutiny Gold is also seeking a structural framework to highlight the potential targets along the Deflector Corridor and extended areas surrounding the Gearless Well Intrusion.
The company is also planning to employ Sub-Audio Magnetics (SAM) technology, which in combination with structural framework will help in further exploration of the Gullewa Project.
Commenting on the developments Mutiny Gold managing director John Greeve said that the continued exploration drives the growth of the company during this phase of its transition to a successful and profitable gold producer.
"This innovative, yet well planned, exploration approach is the best strategy for maximising our exploration budget as we commence construction of the plant and mine," added Greeve.
Mutiny has committed to an initial 3,000 meter RC drilling program for testing the targets generated through SAM aimed at defining high-grade gold and copper mineralization.
Further, it is planning to commence diamond drilling for Deflector Deposit during the later part of the year.
"Early success in this exploration program will align with our strategy and allows us to ramp up production to over 100,000 ounces gold equivalent earlier than planned," concluded Greeve.