Blackstone Minerals Limited announced that infill drilling has commenced at King Snake, with immediate success achieved in drill hole KS21-34 which has intersected 8.5m of massive sulfide vein (MSV), semi-massive sulfide vein (SMSV) and net textured sulfide (NTS). King Snake is one of three advanced MSV prospects at the Ta Khoa Nickel Copper- PGE Project in Northern Vietnam. King Snake is a MSV prospect, located 1.5km north-east of the processing facility. At King Snake, MSV and high-grade brecciated Ni-Cu-Co-PGE sulfides and gossans are associated with tremolite-altered mafic-ultramafic rocks. Blackstone's drilling at King Snake has been focussed on Electro-magnetic (EM) targets which extend down plunge to the west of historic drilling. Assay results indicate greater thickness of sulfide mineralisation down plunge of historic drilling. The higher power surface EM targeting has accurately guided the down plunge drilling hundreds of meters from the historic surfaces showings. In addition, downhole EM (DHEM) has further directed investigations to wider higher-grade zones throughout this consistent, high grade and highly planar massive sulfide vein.