VANCOUVER — Chairman and CEO Bradley Kitchen and his team at Secova Metals
(TSXV: SEK; US-OTC: SEKZF) are hoping that a return to a familiar jurisdiction can lead to a new exploration success story. The company is gearing up to start geophysical work at the 45 km2
Duvay property, 90 km due southeast of Val d’Or, and believes its experience with Quebec gold deposits can unlock the previously unrealized potential at the historic site.
Kitchen served as president of Eagle Hill Exploration through mid-2013, and advanced the Windfall Lake gold deposit alongside geologist Jean-Philippe Desrochers. …
“I took a bit of time following the Eagle Hill deal before I returned to looking for our next venture. We stumbled upon Duvay, which represented a really appealing opportunity from an infrastructure and jurisdictional point of view,” Kitchen explained during an interview. “We have power, telephone, and internet right on the property and we have a very large core shack. There's actually been exploration at the site going back to the 1940s, and we see some real similarities to Windfall Lake."
Duvay sits along the eastern reaches of Quebec's Abitibi Greenstone Belt, which is known for its orogenic-lode gold deposits. The project hosts three gold showings associated with a major shear zone, namely: Duvay, Malllich and Semac.
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