Canadian miner Surge Copper has updated its measured and indicated resource estimates at the Berg deposit in Huckleberry, British Columbia to 610mn mt with a 0.38pc copper equivalent grading.
The measured resource of this find is estimated at 207.2mn mt with a 0.45pc copper grading while the indicated resource is estimated at 402.8mn mt with 0.35pc of copper equivalent. The total ore estimate also includes molybdenum and silver deposits.
The company hasn’t disclosed production plans yet since they plan to focus on drilling in 2021. Surge Copper will continue to define and expand high-grade mineral zones within the Berg Deposit.