Zacatecas projects


The Zacatecas project areas include San Acacio, Lucita, Panuco, and Lagartos, located in the state of Zacatecas in the renowned Zacatecas silver mining district in north-central Mexico. The project lies in close proximity or on trend to several of the largest silver producers Zacatecas state including: the polymetallic Cozamin mine operated by Capstone Mining Corp and the Fresnillo silver mine, the world largest primary silver mine operated by Fresnillo Plc. The project is close to power and has paved road access, favorable topography, and key infrastructure (power, water) including a skilled labor force in the nearby communities and the city Zacatecas. To date, mapping, sampling, and drilling confirm numerous silver occurrences on the properties and indicate that there are also several untested base and precious metals targets. The project has no current mineral resources. The San Acacio project also contains appreciable gold values, as well as lead and zinc values, which have not been included in any historic mineral resource estimates. The Lucita project is an emerging exploration target area that contains multiple untested vein structures to the north of the main Veta Grande vein along the Palenque structure. The Lucita project also contains the on-strike extension of the 19 million ounce Ag-Equivalent Panuco deposit. The Lagartos project area within the Zacatecas project is located on the Mala Noche trend, which has been associated with high-grade polymetallic mineralized zones, such as Capstone’s Cozamin Mine.


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