Goldbelt Empires finishes airborne survey of South Morila site in Mali
"We are pleased to see completion on schedule of the airborne magnetic and radiometric surveys," Jonathan Challis, CEO of Goldbelt Empires. "The geophysics survey is a key milestone in the South Morila exploration program as we continue to unlock the value potential of our gold-exploration project.
"Processing and interpretation of the data will commence immediately, and we are looking forward to the final product," Challis said.
Challis, an engineer and fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM) will work alongside Andrew Dacey, geographer and FIMMM, who will serve as the project's technical adviser.
Processing of the survey data is expected to take nearly a month to complete. The data should indicate which areas the company's technical team should focus on for exploration.