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Logan Copper Acquires Former High Grade Noranda Graphite Property

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 5:03 PM on Monday, May 14th, 2012

Up to 85 % Graphite drilled

DELTA, BC, May 14, 2012  – Logan Copper Inc. (the “Company”, “Logan Copper”, “LC”), (TSX.V: LC) is pleased to announce the acquisition of a third Graphite property in Quebec.

This new property, the Carheil Graphite Property (Carheil) was acquired through Quebec’s Gestim system. Carheil encompasses approximately 5,400, 100% owned, contiguous acres with no NSR or work commitment attached.

The Carheil property is located approximately 280 km NNW of Val-d’Or, QC and is approximately 120 km north of La Sarre, QC.  Aurizon Mines Ltd.’s producing Casa-Berardi Gold Mine is located approximately 19 km south of LC’s Carheil property.  There is an existing road crossing the property which leads to the BHP Billiton Ltd.’s past-producing Selbaie Zinc Mine which is located approximately 20 km east of LC’s Carheil property.

Mr. Thal S. Poonian, President and CEO of Logan Copper commented “LC believes that the Carheil property has the potential to become its flagship graphite property.  We look forward to verifying the historical results and defining the project potential”.

A percentage (6.67% or 360 acres) of the 5,400 acre Carheil property was formerly explored by Noranda Exploration Co. Ltd. (Noranda).  In August 1975 Noranda completed a geophysical survey covering approximately 300 acres of the Carheil graphite property.

Noranda completed two diamond drill holes in the surveyed area in May of 1978.  The first hole was lost in overburden while the second hole number 2-78 was drilled to a depth of 497 feet.  Historical diamond drill core log report number GM33862 returned results as follows:


“157 – 227 feet about 5% graphite
240 – 425 feet 20 – 60% graphite
428 – 453 feet about 85% graphite”

The hole was drilled at dip collar -55o and the core size was AQ.

The historical, non-43-101 compliant, geophysical survey report filed with the Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources, report number GM: 31366, reported the following.

Magnetic Survey

Assessment Data


“The instrument used was a McPhar M700 Fluxgate Magnetometer.  Readings were taken at all of the 100′ stations. The usual diurnal and datum adjustments were made and the corrected results were plotted and then contoured.  Som 355 (base, sub-base and line) stations were read in the period August 4-12, 1975 by personnel of Noranda Exploration Co.”

Magnetic Results


“The magnetic suggest a formational strike of 125o.   There is one closure inside the 1000 gammae contour.  This extends from about 1550N on Line 16E to about 1500N on Line 20E.”

Horizontal E. M. Survey

Assessment Data


“The instrument used was a Geonics EM17 Horizontal Loop.  Readings were taken at all of the 100′ line stations.  Some 245 of these were taken concurrently with the magnetic work by” Noranda’s “crew.”

E.M. Results

“Three conductors were located.  These are: –


AA. This intermittent conductor possibly extends across the grid.  It is rather weak in amplitude and the conductivity is only fair.  On Lines 12E and 16E it lies on the north flank of the magnetic closure mentioned above.  The strike is approximately 125o.
BB. This conductor may be traced across the grid.  The amplitude and conductivity are good to excellent especially on Lines 8E, 12E, 16E, 24E, 28E and 32E.  The strike is as above.
CC. This conductor has fair amplitude and conductivity.  The apparent strike of 60o is rather puzzling unless one assumes the conductor is caused by a fault or shear.”



“Conductor BB should be drilled on Line 16E.  Sufficient footage should be allowed to cover the suggested conductor width of 150′ and the possible intersection of conductor CC.”

The historical data quoted herein was obtained from government files and other historical data and has not and cannot be verified as it is based on reports obtained and prepared by previous operators. The Company has not completed the work necessary to verify the results and is not treating the results as NI 43-101 defined resources verified by a qualified person. The Company views this historical data as relevant and a significant indication of the projects mineral potential. This property will require considerable further evaluation which the Company intends to carry out in due course.

LC’s technical team, led by Mr. Roger LeBlanc, P. Eng, Geo., will review the available data and commence exploration of the Carheil property as soon as possible.  LC’s goal is to obtain a 43-101 compliant resource estimate for this property.

Roger LeBlanc, P.Eng, is a qualified person pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure of this news release.

Historical Reserves, Resources, or Results

Any data regarding historical reserves, resources, or results cited herein as historical are not compliant with National Instrument 43-101- Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101″) nor current unless otherwise specified. They are derived from historical documents and represent that at sometime in the past the then current operators undertook an estimate of the size or metal content of the deposit based on economic factors that existed at that time. If they are included herein, it is for illustrative purposes only and should not be relied upon as factual.

Investors are cautioned that a qualified person has not completed sufficient work and the information has NOT undergone rigorous geological review and QA/QC testing by a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101. Neither the Company nor its personnel treat this data as a current mineral resource, reserve, or results as defined under NI 43-101, nor do they rely upon them for evaluation purposes. However, this data is being used as a guide to exploration as the Company develops data to support any potential future mineral resource estimates in accordance with the requirements of NI 43-101.