The Titiribi project is located in the Mid Cauca Belt of central Colombia. Gold-copper mineralization is related to several porphyry centers with associated epithermal mineralization. Resource estimates have been completed on three of the nine prospects identified on the project. Nearby gold projects in the Mid Cauca Belt include San Matias (Cordoba Minerals and HPX Exploration), Buritica (Continental Gold), Zancudo (IAMGOLD and Gran Colombia) and Nuevo Chaquiro (Anglogold Ashanti and B2Gold).
Commodity: Gold, Copper
Infrastructure: Paved highway, water and nearby electrical power grid
Property Size: 3,919 Ha
Deposit Type: Gold-copper porphyry and epithermal
- Measured and Indicated: 285.8 Mt grading 0.50 g/t gold (4,630,000 oz), 0.10 % copper (654,400,000 lbs) or 0.68 g/t gold equivalent (6,200,000 oz) at 0.3 g/t gold cut-off
- Inferred: 207.9 Mt grading 0.49 g/t gold (3,250,000 oz), 0.02% copper (77,900,000 lbs) or 0.51 g/t gold equivalent (3,440,000 Moz) at 0.3 g/t cut-off gold cut-off
- Please refer to Resource Statement page for assumptions and notes for each respective resource estimate.
Drilling: 270 holes (144,779 m)
Technical Report: Titiribi 2016 Technical Report (Resource Estimate)
Images: Titiribi Images