The Llahuin Copper Gold Moly Project is an advanced Copper-Gold-Moly deposit of currently 428kt Cu, 597koz Au in the expansion phase.
The deposits are located close to the city of Illapel, in the Coquimbo Region, 250 kms north of Santiago in Chile, at an elevation of 1,300m, and 8km East of the large El Espino Copper-Gold mine development operated by Santiago listed copper producer Pucobre.
The Company owns 100% of concessions covering approximately 14km².
The company is growing the current Copper/Gold resource:
-428kt Cu, 597k Oz Au
-149mt @ 0.41% CuEq
A drilling program to begin in November 2021 targeting a number of new unexplored copper porphyry targets identified from on ground sampling and recently completed drone magnetics flown over the project area.
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The Llahuin Project, and surrounding prospects within the company’s tenure, have numerous targets to substantially grow the resources.
Initially concentrating at shallow levels, and then expand to economic depths.