Okapi Proceeds with Enmore Gold Project Acquisition
Okapi Proceeds with Enmore Gold Project Acquisition

Perth, Sep 21, 2021 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Okapi Resources Limited (ASX:OKR) (26O:FRA) is pleased to advise that it has elected to proceed with the acquisition of the Enmore Gold Project following satisfaction of the minimum expenditure and drilling requirements pursuant to the Acquisition Agreement announced to ASX on 17 December 2020.

As announced on 16 September 2021, the Company completed 10 drill holes for 1,257 metres of RC core drilling across three prospects, being Sunnyside East, Sunnyside West and Bora. Okapi has now satisfied the required minimum expenditure and has formally notified Providence Gold and Minerals Pty Ltd that Okapi intends to proceed with the acquisition and make the Milestone 1 payment of $300,000.

Okapi has elected to pay the Milestone 1 payment of $300,000 through the issue of Okapi shares at a deemed issue price equal to the 10-day VWAP immediately prior to the date of issue. The issue of the shares will be subject to shareholders approval and will be sought at the upcoming Annual General Meeting.

Enmore Gold Project (100% Okapi)

Okapi's Enmore Gold Project is located approximately 20km south of the operating Hillgrove Gold Mine (ASX:RVR), where past production exceeds 730,000 ounces of gold.

Gold mineralisation at Enmore is believed to be controlled by northwest oriented structures, similar to those that control mineralisation at the Hillgrove deposit and particularly where they intersect northeast structures.

Gold was first discovered in the Enmore area in 1876 and intermittently mined till 1940, with mining continuing today at the nearby Hillgrove Mine. Most previous exploration has targeted very shallow mineralisation, with approximately 233 holes completed prior to Okapi's involvement with 153 less than 50m deep and only 41 greater than 100m.

There is significant exploration potential at Enmore, with 39 identified prospects - the majority of which are untested with deep drilling, and limited to no modern geophysics or other targeting methods applied across the project. The mineralisation at Enmore generally comprises structurally controlled orogenic style gold (+/- antimony) mineralisation.


About Okapi Resources Limited

Okapi Resources LtdOkapi Resources Limited (ASX:OKR) recently acquired a portfolio of advanced, high grade uranium assets located in the United States of America and in the Athabasca Basin, Canada.

Assets include a strategic position in one of the most prolific uranium districts in the USA - the Tallahassee Creek Uranium District in Colorado. The Tallahassee Uranium Project contains a JORC 2012 Mineral Resource estimate of 27.6 million pounds of U3O8 at a grade of 490ppm U3O8 with significant exploration upside. The greater Tallahassee Creek Uranium District hosts more than 100 million pounds of U3O8 with considerable opportunity to expand the existing resource base by acquiring additional complementary assets in the district.

The portfolio of assets also includes an option to acquire 100% of the high-grade Rattler Uranium Project in Utah, which includes the historical Rattlesnake open pit mine. The Rattler Uranium Project is located 85km from the White Mesa Uranium Mill, the only operating conventional uranium mill in the USA hence provides a near term, low-capital development opportunity.

In January 2022, Okapi acquired a portfolio of high-grade exploration assets in the world's premier uranium district, the Athabasca Basin. The Athabasca Basin is home to the world's largest and highest-grade uranium mines.

Okapi's clear strategy is to become a new leader in North American carbon-free nuclear energy by assembling a portfolio of high-quality uranium assets through accretive acquisitions and exploration.

 


Contact

Leonard Math
Executive Director and Company Secretary
Okapi Resources Ltd
T: 08 6117 9338
E: leonard.math@okapiresources.com



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