Pilar Gold Project
Suaqui Grande, Sonora Region, Mexico
Pilar Gold Property is in the Sonora Gold District hosted precious metal deposits and porphyry copper deposits in the Sierra Madre Occidental geological province.
Property has a Guadalupana Concession and an adjacent La Sorora Concession with significant soil, drilling and geophysical mineralization features.
Sonora Gold District has the largest share (36.8%) of annual gold production in Mexico, and the Sonora District of Mexico is #1 for annual world silver production.
Sonora mining operations have excellent infrastructure, water and power, access roads, well-trained labor force and support vendors.
Extensive trenching, soil sampling, drilling and geophysics completed with drilling only to 125m depth.
Low Sulfidation, Epithermal, Volcanic host, Fractured, Oxidized, Altered. At and near surface to open at depth epithermal Gold-Silver deposit.
Rogers Creek Property
Lillooet Mining District, Southwestern British Columbia
Rogers Creek Property rests in the Lower Lillooet River valley, about 90 km NE of Vancouver, B.C, with 47 contiguous mineral claims covering 212.34 km2 with Four Targets (I-IV).
The Property has porphyry Cu, Au and Mo mineralization from intrusive activity within a post-accretionary magmatic arc comparable to major Cu-Mo deposits in similar U.S. belts.
Geophysical surveys, stream sediment and soil sampling, mapping, and prospecting delineated Targets I, II as well as III and IV.
Porphyry-style (Cu-Au-Mo) with intrusions comparable to very large porphyry (Cu-Mo) deposits in Alaska and Washington.
Similar age magmatic belts worldwide contain (>1 billion tonnes) copper and molybdenum deposits with mega mines.