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    We interviewed ABN's VP Exploration when we were up there. Left out a piece of video you might find interesting.



      Presentation by Jim Pettit, CEO


        “We had three discovery holes in 2017, this year we had the jewellry box first hole, and then 7 more all from the NBZ.

        An early stage exploration play is all about DISCOVERY POTENTIAL. 1.6 kilometer away is the SBZ. Mineralization from the three holes drilled there this year is described as...

        "three holes (1,150m) have been completed on the southwest side of the valley at the “South Boundary” target, located 1.5km south of the strong gold and copper mineralization intersected at the North Boundary Zone. Drilling in this area targeted a prominent soil geochemical anomaly (Au, Cu) that trends southward over 2km. These three holes represent the first ever drill-holes collared in this target and have intersected numerous broad horizons of quartz-sulfide veins containing abundant pyrite and copper (chalcopyrite) mineralization. The mineralized veins are hosted within a package of Hazelton Group volcanic rock that display moderate to strong silica-sericite alteration with a variable chlorite and potassic alteration component. This combination of sulfide mineralization and alteration has been indicative toward the potential for associated precious metal values throughout the 4km x 2km Boundary Zone."

        "Jim Pettit, President and CEO of Aben Resources stated, " This new discovery of mineralization 1.5km south of the North Boundary Zone is a major development for the Company and further highlights the robust discovery potential at the Forrest Kerr Project. The mineralizing system at the property is apparently widespread and well-developed with high-grade mineralization being discovered at shallow depths over a large area. We believe we have only just scratched the surface at the newly discovered North and South Boundary Zones and an expanded drill program is currently underway with assays pending for most of the holes drilled to date."

        Watch the video, Cornell is standing is 1.6km south of the 11 holes of which most were mineralized. We have three holes from the SBZ, drilled within yards of where Cornell is speaking, that are described as 'abundantly mineralized.' Geo-chem and geo-physics have been going on in between the NBZ and the SBN. They have had two crews working geo-chem for a month, the valley runs north south, the Forrest Kerr fault is the west marker, the Red Line the east, they flew geo-physics at 50m spacings across, east to west, the whole length of the valley.

        Who knows, maybe they popped a hole or two in between? Won't have assays, best we could hope for is inclusion in the next NR about more abundant mineralization in a hole or two in between.

        Watch the video again.

        27 plus holes to come. Core orientation is being used. Geo-chem/geophysics results coming.”

        Watch this one...