Terra Firma Resources Inc. announce that it has deployed its Indonesian field team to commence the initial exploration program at its Gold and Copper Property in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The initial field exploration program will be completed in two phases. The first phase will consist of geological mapping including structural, lithology and alteration mapping. The second phase of the program will consist of digging and sampling of trenches and test pits.
The locations of these will be based on information gathered during the first phase of the program. All samples collected from the property will be submitted to Intertek’s Jakarta lab for geochemical analysis. The exploration program is expected to last approximately 5 weeks and will be led by Senior Geologist Andri Subandrio, with oversight being provided by Geologist Johannes Erasmus, Associate Senior Geologist of Micromine Consulting Services.
Geologist Johannes Erasmus is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. Johannes Erasmus will be the Qualified Person for this and future work programs on the South Sulawesi Property. Mr. Erasmus has a B.Sc (Geology) from the University of South Africa and an MSc (Mineral Economics) from the School of Mining Engineering at the University of Witwatersrand. Mr. Erasmus has more than 30 years experience in both mining and exploration and has been responsible for the management of numerous exploration programs around the world.
Brian Buchanan, CEO of Terra Firma said, “We are excited to start our NI43-101 compliant exploration program, along with completing a NI 43-101 report on this prospective Gold and Copper property acquisition in Sulawesi. This property fits well into our plan to develop a balanced portfolio of properties through a combination of grassroots prospecting, property acquisitions and the formation of strategic relationships in Sumatra and Sulawesi, Indonesia.”