Pancontinental Resources (TSXV: PUC/ OTCQB: PUCCF) is focused on exploring for gold and copper at the historic Brewer Mine, located 12km along trend from the producing Haile Gold Mine in South Carolina, USA. A fully funded 10,000 meters drill program is underway, with Phase 1 & 2 drilling intersecting significant gold and copper below the historic pit.
Pancon reports gold and multielement geochemistry results for two more diamond drill holes in Phase 2 of the Company’s fully funded 10,000-meter (m) maiden drill program at its flagship Brewer Gold & Copper Project.
Layton Croft update on the Phase 2 drilling program currently underway at the Brewer Gold and Copper Project.
The first three diamond drill holes in Phase 2 prove that gold-copper mineralization extends to the south and southeast of discovery Holes 4 and 5. The 210-meter north-south mineralized strike length, open in all directions, sets the stage for definition grid drilling of a potential gold-copper resource below the former mine.
An update on the Phase 2 drilling program at the Brewer Gold & Copper Project from the location of Diamond Drill Hole #13.
Phase 2 of the Brewer Gold & Copper Project is underway, using Sonic Drilling, RAB Drilling and Diamond Drilling.
In this video, Layton Croft discusses the last reported results from Phase 1 drilling and updates on Phase 2 drilling currently underway from the Brewer Gold & Copper Project.
This is a new 6-minute TV interview on the Big Biz Show that Pancon CEO Layton Croft gave on May 24, live from the Brewer gold-copper project!
Layton Croft joined David Talbot, Managing Director, Head of Equity Research at Red Cloud for a live chat about Brewer’s Phase 2 Drilling Program currently underway.
On May 5, 2021, Layton Croft recorded an update on Phase 2 Drilling Program at Brewer directly from Diamond Drill Hole #8. This video also features his TV interview with Big Biz Show.
Pancon Webinar with Amvest Capital hosted on Tuesday, April 27, 2021
In this video, Layton Croft discusses the April 27, 2021 press release where the Company announced significant copper in Discovery Holes 4 & 5 from its Phase 1 Drill Program at Brewer Project.
In this video, Pancon CEO discusses the Brewer Option Agreement that the Company won in January 2020, through a competitive process, to explore the highly prospective former Brewer Gold Mine property. Located 12 kilometres northeast along trend from the producing Haile Gold Mine on the gold-rich and underexplored Carolina Slate Belt in South Carolina, USA, the former shallow Brewer Gold Mine produced 178,000 ounces of oxide gold between 1987-1995.
Please enjoy the latest Pancon video from the field at Brewer, where sonic hole 3, on top of the former mined pit, is being drilled to kick off Phase 2. The 6-minute video includes a special guest and long-term Pancon shareholder, who came all the way from Saskatchewan, via Florida, to visit our Team and check out Brewer firsthand!
On March 5 we released a 37-minute video featuring Pancon strategic advisor Laurie Curtis proving expert insight and analysis about the Company’s recent drill results at our flagship Brewer Gold Project. This new 22-minute video provides a deeper dive on key technical aspects of Pancon’s recent drill results and broad implications for ongoing exploration at Brewer.
Meet the Pancon Team, Part 2: Discussion with Dr. Laurie Curtis, strategic advisor to Pancon, on initial results from Brewer Project maiden diamond drill program.
While we all patiently await Phase 1 drill results from our flagship Brewer Gold Project in South Carolina, we made a video to introduce two key members of Team Pancon. This special video has CEO Layton Croft having a conversation with Patrick Quigley, Pancon’s Exploration Manager, and Criss Capps, Pancon’s Senior Advisor.
Amvest Capital live webinar replay
Pancon completed Phase 1 of its fully-funded 10,000-meter diamond drilling program at Brewer, for a total of 2,692 meters in 7 holes, 2 of which included both sonic and diamond drill holes.
This video shows hole #6, which is located about several hundred meters south of the former Brewer Gold Mine. Like with previous diamond drill holes 1 and 3, hole 6 is being drilled in a due south direction and at a 65-degree angle. Hole 6 is where Pancon’s initial shallow rotary air blast (RAB) program in September 2020 intersected 3.59 g/t Au at surface.
The video shows Pancon’s most recent diamond drill hole #5, which is designed to test a geophysical anomaly Pancon interpreted from new data, and which is also informed by analysis of historic drill data from 1983 (hole BDH002) and 1997 (hole B97-4).
Watch the process of diamond drill core from Pancon’s flagship Brewer Gold Project in South Carolina being analyzed, logged, cut, and prepared for shipment to the lab.
Pancon has completed 4 diamond drill holes to date at the Brewer Gold Project for a total of 1,750 meters.
The first vertical hole of Phase 1 of diamond drilling is is currently underway at Pancon’s flagship Brewer Gold Project in Chesterfield County, South Carolina.
In this short video, a sonic drill is mobilizing to prepare for the 5th diamond drill hole at Pancon’s flagship Brewer Gold Project in Chesterfield County, South Carolina.
A second drill rig has been mobilized at Brewer.
Aerial Tour of the former Brewer Gold Mine.
Diamond drill hole #2 is under way at the Brewer Gold Project.
Pancon commences first phase of 10,000-meter diamond drilling program at flagship Brewer Gold Project in South Carolina.
A walk through the Jefferson, SC office that will support Brewer’s upcoming exploration program.
Pancon Resources (TSXV: PUC/ OTCQB: PUCCF) recently announced its initial RAB results that will guide the upcoming diamond drill program.
The PUC team reviewing data in the Brewer Office ahead of core drilling that is schedule to start in a few weeks.
Layton Croft walks through the Q4-2020 corporate presentation discussing Carolina Gold’s past producer Brewer Gold Project an its Jefferson Gold Project which almost completely surrounds Brewer.
Layton Croft provides an update on what’s to come after the recently completed RAB drilling program.
Pancon is preparing the first shipment of the Brewer’s Rotary Air Blast (RAB) drilling samples for analysis.
We have acted quickly since our very positive modern geophysical results showed a highly prospective zone and multiple high-priority drill targets west of, south of, and at the former Brewer gold mine. This is the first time anyone has conducted exploration drilling at Brewer since 1997, and it is very exciting!
Layton Croft discuss the results of its first geophysical surveys conducted at its flagship Brewer Gold Project and at its Jefferson Gold Project, which nearly surrounds the former Brewer Gold Mine property; and discusses next steps including drilling this fall.
Layton Croft on the ground at Brewer Gold Project collecting ground magnetic data to steer the upcoming drilling program.
Layton Croft is conducting resistivity IP at the Brewer Gold Project in Jefferson County, South Carolina.
Geophysical work has commenced at Brewer Gold Project and Layton Croft has been recording short videos of what this exploration program entails.
On May 18, 2020, the team at Pancon Resources held their geophysics kick-off meeting at Brewer Gold Project. Meeting outdoors and sitting 2 meters apart from each other due to COVID-19 pandemic, it was a significant meeting insofar as it marked the first time in nearly 25 years that any new valuable scientific data will have been produced at, and about, the former Brewer Gold Mine.
Layton Croft, President & CEO of Pancon Resources (TSXV: PUC) walks through Q2-2020 Presentation and what’s next for its flagship Brewer Gold Project in South Carolina.
Layton Croft and Criss Capps site visit to analyze historic core from the Brewer Gold Project in South Carolina, USA.
Layton Croft, President and CEO, visits Brewer Gold Project to collect historical core sample for XRD analysis ahead of the next drill program.
Once the COVID-19 crisis passes, Pancon will begin exploration at the former Brewer Gold Mine.
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