Llahuin Copper Gold Moly Project2024-02-19T08:46:53+08:00

Llahuin Copper Gold Moly Project

 The Llahuin Copper Gold Moly Project is an advanced Copper-Gold-Moly deposit of currently 680,000t CuEq in the expansion phase with a drilling program carried out in late 2023 with first round results (incl. 156m at 0.51% CuEq) from January 2024 and all remaining results (incl. 76m at 0.44% CuEq) from February 2024 now released.

Llahuin’s 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.

For the latest breakdown of the Llahuin Project – download the Company Presentation released in February 2024.

Drone View of the Llahuin Copper-Gold-Moly Project in Chile.

Table 1: Llahuin Total Measured and Indicated Resource JORC – 2013

A 3D view looking northeast from Southern Porphyry (SP) to Central Porphyry, showing the scale of the Llahuin mineralising system.

Figure. Plan view, showing collar locations, surface geochemical anomalies, and target models (ASX Release 19 February 2024). Significant intercepts are shown in the Cerro-Ferro Link to demonstrate the exploration potential there.

Figure: Map of the Southern Porphyry greater target area (ASX Release 19 February 2024), showing the transition from copper dominated soil anomalies at Southern Porphyry, to gold dominated to the South.

Table 1: Llahuin Total Measured and Indicated Resource JORC – 2013

➕ Cerro-Ferro copper deposits link up (1.9km strike) = major growth zone. ➕ Scale comparison to the Kalgoorlie Super Pit.

The Company owns 100% of concessions covering approximately 14km².

Watch the Llahuin Story Presentation from November 2022 here

For the latest on the Llahuin Project please see the news feed on this page.

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.

Figure 3: Photo standing on Cerro looking South to Ferro of the advanced argillic alteration zone (approximately 300m wide)

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