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Bell Copper Corporation engages in the acquisition and exploration of mineral property interests in North America. The company explores for copper. Its principal property is the Kabba property covering approximately 8031 acres located in Mohave County, Arizona. The company was formerly known as Bell Resources Corporation and changed its name to Bell Copper Corporation in April 2008. Bell Copper Corporation was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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Bell Copper Corporation Announces Kabba Drilling Program Update

Bell Copper Corporation announced that drilling on its K-11 drillhole on the Kabba prospect encountered a long interval of visible copper and molybdenum mineralization hosted entirely by strongly altered and veined Laramide porphyry. A new hole, K-12, is being permitted to follow up on the pyrite-rich mineralization seen in K-11. Brown Drilling of Kingman, Arizona has been selected to drill a 400-meter precollar for K-12 and Godbe Drilling LLC of Montrose, Colorado will drill the core tail. Hole K-11 penetrated postmineral gravel and basalt cover rocks and entered oxidized, leached, and sericitized porphyry 542 meters below surface before cutting a 14- meter-thick blanket of supergene chalcocite starting at a depth of 564 meters. The thickness of this chalcocite interval is believed to be nearly a true thickness, in that the overlying postmineral rocks were bedded at an average angle of 80° to the vertical drillhole. The supergene blanket consisted of sooty- to steely-gray coatings of chalcocite on abundant disseminated and veinlet-style pyrite. Beneath the supergene chalcocite blanket was a long interval from 578 meters to about 1410 meters that typically carried around five volume percent disseminated- and veinlet- style pyrite, common quartz-molybdenite veinlets, and variable but generally low amounts of chalcopyrite. In most intervals pyrite greatly exceeded chalcopyrite in abundance. A short interval near 1185 meters depth was characterized by bornite-digenite copper minerals, again closely associated with pyrite. This uncommon mineral association is characteristic of the high grade upper parts of the giant Resolution deposit, also in Arizona, and it attests to the capacity of the Kabba system to produce high sulfidation-state copper minerals. Late stage fluorite, another mineral common to the Resolution system, was observed as veinlets in K-11. Hole K-11 was finally terminated at a depth of 1431 meters in propylitically and potassically altered dacite porphyry carrying scattered pyrite and ankerite veinlets. Quantitative determination of the amount of copper encountered in the K-11 core will require splitting and sampling followed by assaying at an independent analytical laboratory.

Bell Copper Corporation, Annual General Meeting, Aug 31, 2015

Bell Copper Corporation, Annual General Meeting, Aug 31, 2015.

Bell Copper Corporation Provides Update on Kabba Porphyry Copper-Molybdenum Project in Mohave County, Arizona

Bell Copper Corporation announced that drilling of hole K-11 is now underway on its Kabba porphyry copper-molybdenum project in Mohave County, Arizona. Godbe Drilling LLC of Montrose, Colorado was selected to drill the hypothetical copper-rich center of the Kabba target. Drilling of K-11 is expected to take approximately 30 days to complete. If the core is sufficiently mineralized to warrant further study, the ensuing splitting, sampling and assaying would be expected to take an additional 30 days.


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