Barlee Gold Project, Western Australia
Segue has a 100% interest in 1,000km2 of exploration licence applications at the Barlee Gold Project, 180km north of Southern Cross in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia. The Project ocvers over 100 strike kilometres of the Evanston, South Elvire and Yerilgee Greenstone Belts, which straddle the Evanston and Yuinmery Shear Zones.
Segue completed an initial rock chip and orientation soil survey in October 2016. Results of the rock chip survey included 23.7g/t Au, 5.6g/t Au and 4.2g/t Au from the Rainy Rocks Prospect, located 12m from the historical Evanston Gold Mine. The geological setting of the Rainy Rocks Prospect and wider Evanston Greenstone Belt is characteristic of BIF-hosted brittle vein gold deposits within the Southern Cross Domain.
Figure 1 - Rock chip samples at Rainy Rocks with +1g/t Au assay results
Segue undertook a project-wide BLEG (bulk leach extractable gold) survey in December 2016/January 2017, with over 750 samples collected. The results of the BLEG survey will be combined with geological, geochemical and geophysical datasets to identify target areas for a gridded soil sampling survey in April 2017
Segue aims to have drill targets defined at the Barlee Gold Project by mid-2017 to coincide with the expected granting of the tenements.