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Kincora adds Leaman, Holliday to exploration staff

Monday, November 14, 2016 13:25
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Kincora Copper Ltd. (CVE:KCC) has appointed Peter Leaman as senior vice-president of exploration and John Holliday as chairman of the newly formed technical committee.

The appointments following the successful closure of the IBEX transaction a week ago. Read more

The Technical Committee will lead exploration efforts across the expanded portfolio, which following the IBEX transaction has more than tripled in size to over 1,500km2, creating the dominant landholding in the Oyu Tolgoi-Tsagaan Suvarga Devonian copper belt, with multiple targets currently being advanced.

A workshop and field visit including Imants Kavalieris of Plus Minerals, appointed an Advisor to the Technical Committee, has been undertaken reviewing the extensive datasets and targets within the consolidated portfolio.

Industry-leading specialists and geologists with extensive recent experience in the belt, including Mike Woodbury and Tsolmon Amgaa, in addition to the Technical Committee have established a technical program and schedule to advance priority prospects and a regional pipeline of earlier stage targets, which has recently recommenced.

Kincora shares were up 1.4% at C$0.38 on Monday.

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