Cabo Drilling has declared that Cabo Drilling (Pacific) has received a labour contract to carry out near-surface and deep hole drill program at Canadian Zinc’s Prairie Creek Minesite. This project is situated in the Northwest Territories of Canada.
According to the agreement terms, the company will supervise two skid mounted diamond drilling rigs and provide drill crews to the fly-in Prairie Creek property. Specialty drilling to a depth of up to 1,900 m and many wedges will be included in the program at the property.
Cabo and Canadian Zinc will closely work to give technical help and consultation regarding the drilling processes and techniques, requirement for drill equipment, drilling operations management, environmental and safety policies and procedures, drilling additives, consumables and down hole products.
According to the President and Chief Executive Officer of Cabo, John Versfelt, this is considered to be a great chance for the company to work closely with Canadian Zinc professionals in order to additionally expand an important deposit. The company will share its expertise and knowledge to perform a safe and eco-friendly drill campaign and become part of a training group that targeted the communities enclosing the Prairie Creek project.
Drilling services are provided by the company to main, junior exploration and mining, and mid-tier firms and it offers project knowledge that ranges from early-stage reconnaissance drill campaign to advanced phase of mining and resource definition.
North Vancouver-based Cabo Drilling offers specialty drill and mining related services through its divisions located in Springdale, Newfoundland; Kirkland Lake, Ontario; Montréal, Quebec; Surrey, British Columbia in Canada.