Vancouver, British Columbia, December 17, 2009 – The Smartstox Online TV Talk Show is alerting subscribers and other resource stock investors to the availability of a new interview with the president of Molycor Gold Corp. (GOR.V)(GOJ.F)(GORAF.PK).
Molycor Gold Corp’s high-grade magnesium at their Tami-Mosi project in Nevada holds an NI 43-101 resource of over 50 billion pounds of magnesium and is yet open for expansion along strike. The company plans to conduct metallurgical studies on the deposit to evaluate its suitability for upgrading by a brine or seawater process.
Molycor also has a high grade near surface molybdenum deposit near Summerland, British Columbia, other molybdenum exploration holdings, as well as several gold exploration projects in BC and Nevada. This summer and fall Molycor conducted exploration programs on their Windpass and Flap gold projects in southern British Columbia. Drilling at the Windpass holding returned encouraging results, including intersections including 15.85 g/tonne gold over 1.52 metres. Results for the Flap exploration are yet to be returned, but drilling and trenching on the zone by Rea Gold Corp. in the late 1980s returned up to 76.73 g/tonne gold over 1 meter.
Larry Reaugh, CEO of Molycor, provided Smartstox much more information on the company’s projects in our Smartstox interview available at http://www.smartstox.com/interviews/mor/.
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