The Pilar Gold Project
The Pilar Gold-Silver property is interpreted as a structurally controlled low-sulphidation epithermal project hosted in andesite rocks. Three zones of mineralization have been identified in the north-west part of the property from historic surface work and drilling and are referred to as the Main Zone, North Hill and 4-Trench. Structural features and zones of mineralization within the structures follow an overall NW-SE trend of mineralization. Over 22,700 m of drilling have been completed to date.
*Brodie A. Sutherland, P.Geo., CEO for Tocvan Ventures Corp. and a qualified person (“QP”) as defined by Canadian National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information on this website.
- The Pilar Gold Property is in the Sonora Gold District hosted precious metal deposits and porphyry copper deposits in the Sierra Madre Occidental geological province.
- The Property has a Guadalupana Concession and an adjacent La Sorora Concession with significant soil, drilling and geophysical mineralization features.
- The 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 with quick turn-around results.
- Extensive trenching, soil sampling, drilling and geophysics completed with drilling only to 125 M in depth.
- Low Sulfidation, Epithermal, Volcanic host, Fractured, Oxidized, Altered. At and near surface, to open at depth epithermal Au-Ag deposit.