The survey was designed to look for buried extensions of the Hope and Gorob-Vendome deposit cluster on licence 5796, as well as testing the extensive underexplored potential through licences 7170 and 6605.
Colin Bird, Bezant’s executive chairman, said: “This is a very pleasing result that shows the benefit of investing in airborne geophysics in this terrain.
“The survey covered areas suspected to be prospective and has also identified further prospective EM and magnetic targets with significant strike lengths.
“We are currently interrogating the raw data to refine target selection. Our focus will be on near-surface anomalies and/or targets with significant strike lengths.”