6.2 metres of high-grade borates intersected

Erin Ventures Inc. [TSX-Venture: EV] announces assay results from the next two drill holes from its Piskanja boron project in Serbia.

Result Highlights

Holes EVP2011-117 and 118 are in-fill holes designed to help establish a compliant resource estimate, sufficient to qualify for a Serbian mining license. Consistent with past drill results, hole 117 (located on a gridline near the southeastern extremity of the deposit) returned a combined total of 6.2 metres of high-grade borates from three zones, including a 1.7 metre zone averaging 46.2 percent B2O3, and a 3.8 metre zone of 30.3 percent B2O3 including a 2.6 metre intersection of 36.2 percent B2O3. While hole 118 (near the south-central extremity of the deposit, located on the same horizontal gridline as hole 117) returned a total of 2.4 metres of 45.9% B2O3.

Current exploration program update

Erin’s exploration at Piskanja includes a diamond drill program of HQ and larger diameter vertical core drilling, consisting of in-fill drilling across the known mineralized area at Piskanja, on a 100 metre by 100 metre grid (with a tighter pattern already drilled over a portion of the license area). Engineering, hydrogeology, environmental and other studies are also underway in conjunction with this drill program, in the anticipation of a mining license application, and the transition into feasibility and mine development phases.

Holes #119 through 122 are complete, with samples enroute to SGS Canada Inc., Minerals Services in Lakefield Ontario for chemical analysis. Drilling is underway on holes #123 and 124.

Twenty-three drill holes (approximately 7,900 metres) have been completed in Erin’s current program. The drilling being conducted by Erin is intended to permit preparation of a 43-101 compliant technical report.

Erin is ensuring that the project is being developed to provide disclosure in compliance with internationally accepted NI 43-101 standards, as well as conforming to the requisite Serbian mining standards. By doing so, Erin’s mine development, planning and implementation will conform to the highest standards expected by both the international community, and potential strategic partners.

Chemical analyses are conducted as follows:

  • Results are stated as a percentage concentration
  • All measurements are metric
  • Chemical analysis was conducted by the SGS Canada Inc. in Lakefield, Ontario with sample preparation being conducted by SGS’s facility in Serbia
  • Analytical Methodology: standard chemical analysis using ICP mass spectrometer and X-ray Diffraction (Aqua Regia and KOH Fusion and/or Titration)
  • Location: Piskanja Project, Baljevac, Serbia
  • Sample type: HQ size diamond core drilling
  • Azimuth/dip: vertical hole, 90 degree dip
  • Sample interval is 0.5 metres


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On behalf of the Board of Directors,
Blake Fallis, General Manager

The technical information in this release was prepared and approved by James E Wallis, M.Sc. (Eng), P. Eng., a consultant to the company, who is a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101.

For further information, please contact:
Erin Ventures Inc. Canada
Blake Fallis, General Manager TSX Venture: EV
Phone: 1-250- 384-1999 or 1-888-289-3746 USA
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