The first portion of the drill program will focus on the eastern part of Covas, namely the Lapa Grande, Muito Seco, Castelo and Boundary targets, with the aim of better defining potentially high WO3 mineralization in those areas and possibly connecting them.The second part of the program will be directed at the Telheira target and other targets within the western portion of Covas. Blackheath notes that a significant amount of fieldwork was completed already this year, and the company expects to drill up to five more holes for an additional 200 to 400 meters. Plenty of activity What's more, that isn't all Blackheath is up to. Langer stated, "right now we're actually drilling two of our projects, which is quite exciting." Specifically, the company is also currently drilling at its Borralha project having announced the first drill program for that property roughly two and a half months ago.
Given all of that action, interested investors will want to keep an eye out for what Blackheath does next. In terms of what can be expected, Langer said, "we should have lots of results coming forward through the rest of the year."At close of day on Tuesday, shares of Blackheath were up 8 percent, trading at $0.27. Securities Disclosure: I, Teresa Matich hold no investment interest in any of the companies mentioned. Editorial Disclosure: Blackheath Resources and Avrupa Minerals are clients of the Investing News Network. This article is not paid-for content. Blackheath Resources Announces Phase 3 Drilling at Covas Project, Portugal from Tungsten Investing News