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Elemental Minerals begins drilling at Republic of the Congo potash mine

4:50 AM MST | February 4, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Elemental Minerals (Perth, Australia) has commenced Phase 3A drilling at the Kola deposit on the company’s Sintoukola Potash Project in the Republic of the Congo, the company announced today. Phase 3A will comprise two boreholes to test the extension of sylvinite seams in the western part of the Kola deposit.   To date, Elemental Minerals has completed 45 boreholes at Kola for the purpose of target definition and resource estimation. EK-43 and EK-45 were completed in June and July 2012 and are the most recent holes to intersect the...

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