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Delrey mobilizes exploration crews to follow up on positive geophysical surveys
The magnetic anomalies are interpreted to be caused by accumulations of magnetite in the host gabbros, which may potentially host concentrations of iron, titanium and vanadium mineralization (Fe-Ti-V). The magnetic highs are coincident with anomalous vanadium up to 158 ppm in stream sediment samples collected by the BC Geological Survey (BCGS). The majority of the anomalies are favourably located near tidewater or along active logging roads, allowing for good access for sampling crews. Bedrock exposures in these anomalous areas will be extensively sampled on all three properties and assay results will be released upon receipt.
Morgan Good, Delrey’s President and Chief Executive Officer commented, “We are very excited for our projects to have boots on the ground so early in the exploration season. A low snowpack and milder conditions along BC’s northern coast allowed us to begin exploring our BC assets in a relatively short time frame after acquiring them. Delrey’s guiding objective is to move rapidly on evaluating our projects and this is a great first step. We are working on a swift turnaround of assay results which could potentially generate several high priority drill targets for our 2019 season on these projects.”
Blackie is a 1,213 hectare property, 100% owned by Delrey and located 96km south-southwest of Prince Rupert, British Columbia along tide-water. The property is centered on a large gabbroic body with estimated dimensions of 1.2km x 0.4km x 0.5km hosting iron-titanium-vanadium mineralization within massive titaniferous magnetite with historic bedrock samples assaying as high as 2.14% V205.1
Porcher is a 3,525-hectare property, 100% owned by Delrey and located 38km south-southwest of Prince Rupert, British Columbia along tide-water. The property is centered on two north-south trending gabbroic dykes (5.2km x 1km and 4km x 0.6km) hosting iron-titanium-vanadium mineralization within titaniferous magnetite with historic concentrate grades assaying as high as 0.84% V205.1
Star is a 4,618-hectare property, 100% owned by Delrey and located 27km south-southwest of Prince Rupert, British Columbia along tide-water. The property encompasses several strong magnetic anomalies which are drained by highly anomalous vanadium in streams, up to 158ppm (99th percentile), sampled in 2000 as part of the British Columbia Geological Survey’s Regional Geochemical Survey (RGS) program.1
Delrey is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral resource properties, specifically in the strategic energy metals space. The Company recently announced an LOI to acquire an 80% interest in the Four Corners Project in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Four Corners Project hosts iron-titanium-vanadium mineralisation and subject to considerable historic exploration, drilling and metallurgical work showing positive results. The project is easily accessible with highway access and power lines intersecting the property. It is 35km away from the commercial town of Stephenville and a deep-water port providing everything necessary for its exploration and development. The Company has also recently purchased the Star, Porcher, Peneece and Blackie iron-titanium-vanadium properties located along tide-water in Northwest British Columbia. Delrey will continue to review and acquire projects showing potential for materials used in the energy storage and electric vehicle markets. The Company is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is listed on the CSE under the symbol “DLRY”.
Scott Dorion, P.Geo., is the designated Qualified Person of the Company as defined by NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this release.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
DELREY METALS CORP.
President and Chief Executive Officer
1Please note all work mentioned above is historic in nature and cannot be relied upon as Delrey’s QP, as defined under NI 43-101 has not prepared nor verified the historical information at this time. Any reference to historical results are believed to be based on reasonable assumptions, and neither the company nor its qualified person has any reason to contest the relevance and reliability of the historical samples. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to replicate any mention of historic rock grab samples using current lab methods. Although the historical rock grab samples are believed to be based on reasonable sampling and assay methodologies, they were calculated prior to the implementation of National Instrument 43-101. Any historical assays do not meet current standards as defined under sections 3.2a-c of NI 43-101; consequently, the Company is not treating the historical rock grabs with full confidence at this time.
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1Historical information contained in this news release cannot be relied upon as the Company’s Qualified Person, as defined under NI 43-101 has not prepared nor verified the historical information.
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