INDOCHINE Mining is moving plant to its Mt Kare project as it plans its drilling program for 2015, the company has announced.

The company’s 2015 resource definition drilling program is set to better define the high grade zones in the north of the project area’s Western Roscoelite Zone (WRZ).

The comapny will also aim to find new exploration zones through the program – should it receive approval for its application to the PNG Mining Resource Authority.

All new drill holes are to be drilled Indochine’s underground exploration adit, for which the plant is being moved.

The adit is planned to start to the south of the Western Roscoelite Zone and initially track to the north-east for about 300 metres.

It will then deviate north and track along the eastern limit of the WRZ for about 490 metres.

Indochine has also renewed its letters of intent with two of its key contractors, GR Engineering Services and Australian Contact Mining.