Tepal project


The Property is located within the Coastal Range of southwestern Mexico, south of the Neogene Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Basement rocks consist of Cretaceous to early Tertiary intermediate plutons, stocks and plugs intruding weakly metamorphosed sedimentary and volcanic rocks of probable Jurassic to Cretaceous age.Three mineralized tonalite stocks have been identified on the Property. The mineralization is characteristic of porphyry copper-gold deposits consisting of disseminated copper sulphides in structurally controlled, multi-phase intrusive zones.The North and South Zones have a gold enriched core with a copper dominant periphery and then to barren pyritic halos. There is a distinct oxide zone in the three deposits but the majority (85 to 90%) of the mineralization is sulphides.