MarketWatch: CN Coal Project Due Diligence Step-Out Drilling Intersects Coal in 7 out of 8 Drillholes

Lucky Strike Resources Ltd. (“Lucky Strike”), is pleased to announce seven out of eight drill holes encountered significant coal mineralization in its due diligence drilling program on the CN Coal Project. The coal properties covers a contiguous area of 13,096 hectares (131 sq.km) located approximately 175 km SW of the capital city of Ulaanbaatar and 45 km SE of the Buren Soum village center in the Tuv Aimag province in Mongolia. The seven drillholes intersecting coal mineralization were step-out holes beyond the previously drilled area, expanding the area containing coal mineralization intercepts from 8 square km (a 4 km by 2 km area) to 24 square km (a 6 km by 4 km area). To read the full article, click hereCN Coal Project Due Diligence Step-Out Drilling Intersects Coal in 7 out of 8 Drillholes

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