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Emmerson starts maiden drilling program at Whatling Hill copper project

Emmerson Resources Ltd. said March 12 that it began a maiden reverse circulation drilling program at the Whatling Hill copper project in New South Wales, Australia.

The initial two-hole program aims to test a chargeable induced polarization anomaly, located about 300 meters below the surface. A further four holes will be drilled to test a variety of geological, geochemical and geophysical targets.

Initial results from the drilling program is expected in the second quarter.