|September 19, 2007|
Reservoir intercepts additional gold mineralization at Brestovac
|Reservoir Capital Corp. ("Reservoir" or the "Company") is pleased to provide results of the latest diamond drilling on its Brestovac property in Serbia. In total a further 611 meters were drilled in 4 step-out holes. All the holes intercepted gold mineralization above a cut-off of 1.0 grams per tonne (g/t) gold. This phase of drilling has increased the strike length of gold mineralization intercepted in drill holes to 250 meters. The significant intercepts are tabled below: |
Low grade gold mineralization (weighted average of < 1g/t gold) was also intercepted in BN-02 (43.00 meters at 0.33 g/t gold) and in BN-10 (18.90 meters at 0.56 g/t gold). A target location map, drilling plan map and updated drill sections will be posted on the Company's website www.reservoircapitalcorp.com
Initial interpretation suggests there are several fault-controlled mineralized structures with widths of 5 - 30 meters within a strike-slip fault-duplex system. This structural setting is considered favourable for the development of both epithermal gold and porphyry copper-gold mineralization. The Company plans further infill and step-out drilling in the coming months and has commissioned a detailed 16 kilometer deep-IP (induced polarization) geophysical survey over porphyry copper-gold targets adjacent to the Brestovac gold mineralization that were identified by the Company's earlier surveys.
Comments on Sampling, Assaying and Quality Control
The assays reported in this press release refer to diamond drill core that was sawed in half at the Company's sample preparation facility in Belgrade. Half the core was sampled and crushed to less than 2 millimeters, with the remaining half of the core stored for reference. Samples were submitted to the ISO 17025 accredited ALS-Chemex Laboratory in Vancouver, Canada, for analysis. Gold was analyzed by fire assay of 50 gram samples with an AAS finish, and multi-element analyses were determined by ICP MS/AAS techniques. The Company conducts routine QA/QC analysis on all assay results, including the systematic utilization of certified reference materials, blanks and duplicates.
Dr. Duncan Large, Chartered Engineer (UK) and Eur. Geol., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and consultant to the Company, is responsible for the preparation of the technical information in this release.
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