Thor Mining Saw “Flurry Of Activity” In June Quarter

Thor Mining PLC (AIM:THR, OTC:THORF, ASX:THR) highlighted “a flurry of on-ground activities” as it provided investors with a quarterly update.
The explorer, in a statement, pointed specifically to the progress at the Ragged Ridge project, in Western Australia, along with continuing work at the Wedding Bell uranium and vanadium project in Colorado, United States.
“At our 100% owned Ragged Range Project, Thor is continuing to build on and develop our geological understanding, with particular emphasis on structural controls on mineralisation at both the Sterling gold prospect and Kelly’s copper-gold prospect,” managing director Nicole Galloway Warland said.
“In the US, we were delighted to receive full authorisation from federal, state and counties for the upcoming proposed drill testing at the Wedding Bell Project, Colorado, during the period. Drilling preparations are now underway to test the project’s priority areas, Groundhog, Rim Rock and Section 23.”
The company noted that results from present work programmes will come in September, at which point the next phase of exploration will also get underway.