Capital Drilling signs a 3,000 metre diamond drilling contract with Oriole Resources

Oriole Resources PLC (AIM:ORR), the AIM-quoted exploration company focussed on West Africa, has announced that it has signed a 3,000 metre diamond drilling contract with Capital Limited with respect to its Bibemi exploration licence in Cameroon. It is anticipated that mobilisation of equipment will take approximately six to eight weeks, which will enable the Company to commence its planned maiden drilling programme at the Project during Q4-2020 (announcement dated 11 May 2020).

Highlights

·    Capital appointed as drill contractor for Cameroon;

·    Contract signed for an initial 3,000m of diamond drilling;

Capital Limited (LON:CAPD) provide complete exploration and production drilling solutions to customers within the global minerals industry, with a focus on the African markets.

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