Drill Tracker Weekly: RTG Extends Magnetite Skarns To Depth At Mabilo

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RTG Mining (TSX:RTG)

Price: $0.67

Market cap: $90 million

Cash estimate: AU$ 17 million

Project: Mabilo

Country: Philippines

Ownership: 58 percent (see text)

Resources: Indicated: 5.9 MT at 2.2g/t gold, 2.1 percent copper, 8.4 g/t silver and 49 percent iron

Project status: Resource definition

chart RTG Mining announced step-out drilling results from its Mabilo Cu-Au-Fe project in the in Camarines Norte Province of the Philippines. The project was acquired through the June 2014 merger with Australian based Sierra Mining. The drilling contractor, Galeo, has a right to earn a 42% interest in the project (to a depth of 200 metres), by providing USD$4.25 million in exploration drilling and management services. Hole MDH-100 extended the magnetite skarn a further 30 metres along strike to the south with the highest grade interval in the primary mineralization to date. Including a high grade 1.0 metre interval of 24.59 g/t Au and 3.25% Cu the hole returned 36 metres averaging 3.34 g/t Au and 3.25% Cu starting at a depth of 282 metres. The most southerly interval encountered the first occurrence of high-grade secondary bornite after chalcopyrite possibly indicating a higher temperature environment. Mineralization in the main South Body occurs in two 45 degree dipping tabular bodies of skarn mineralization with an upper garnet rich body and a lower zone of massive magnetite skarn, with significant copper and gold associated with chalcopyrite and lesser bornite. In some areas the magnetite has been weathered to form a hematite skarn, with the copper remobilized forming high-grade supergene zones, dominated by chalcocite and massive native copper. On November 2014, the Company announced an initial NI 43-101 complaint (and JORC Code) indicated resource estimate of 5.9 MT at 2.2g/t Au, 2.1% Cu, 8.4 g/t Ag and 49% Fe with an additional inferred resource of 5.5 MT grading 1.7 g/t Au, 1.5% Cu, 12.9 g/t Ag and 39% Fe. The Indicated resource includes a near surface high-grade gold zone (340,000 t @ 3.2 g/t Au) as well as a supergene Chalcocite copper zone (101,000 t @ 24% Cu) that the Company believes may be able to provide early cash flow.

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Discovery History Small scale artisanal miners exploited iron, copper and gold on the property

First drill hole (2012) - 66 meters at 2.1 g/t gold, 3.0 percent copper, 46.1 percent iron

Current Holes (South Mineralized Zone): 36 meters at 3.3 g/t gold, 3.25 percent copper including 1.0 meters at 24.59 g/t gold,

8.1 percent copper, 56 g/t silver