The Company has chosen the Esperanza deposit as the best area to finish its drilling program given the fact that the current location is feeding Cobra Oro gold processing plant. Recent stripping over an area covering 15,000 square meters has exposed a network of quartz veins up to 2 meters in thickness. The veins are found within ankerite-limonite altered volcanic rocks returning values as high as 13 grams gold per ton from samples analyzed at Cobra’s laboratory.
Based on the last dore production of recent weeks, an averaged of 2.5 grams gold was recovered from approximately 1000 tons excavated at random from the deposit. The drilling program aims at providing a better knowledge of the mineralization and bring a greater level of certainty regarding the ore being hauled to the plant. The program will also help to determine if an open pit operation can continue to be deployed on a larger scale that would warrant further exploration, drone surveys and geological studies.
Gilles Laverdière, P.Geo, has read and approved the technical content of this News Release.
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