Why Invest with Us
- Ground floor opportunity in a brand new Lundin exploration vehicle
- Experienced, successful team backed by some of the most successful resource investors in the world
- Strong network to source new opportunities
- Los Helados- Exposure to rising copper and gold prices through ownership of a strategic resource in an operating mining district
Q3 2020 OPERATING HIGHLIGHTS
Opportunities Assessed as Business Development Initiatives Continue
Assessing opportunities for potential acquisition continued to be a primary focus of the Company during the three months ended September 30, 2020. Through these project generation activities, the Company seeks to identify prospective targets for acquisition, ultimately strengthening the Company’s thesis as a premier exploration-development investment opportunity.
As of the effective date of this MD&A, no discussions with counterparties have progressed to the execution of contractual agreements, and the Company continues to be patient and diligent in its search for its next cornerstone asset, which will complement its current exploration portfolio. While at any given time discussions and activities may be in progress on a number of these potential acquisition targets, there is no assurance that these corporate activities will ever progress to the stage where a potential acquisition might be successfully completed.
Successful Extension of Valle Ancho Option
In August 2020, the Company successfully renegotiated with the Argentina Province of Catamarca, and extended the option period for the Valle Ancho properties from August 2021 to December 2022.
The Valle Ancho Project consists of a significant land package in the Argentine Province of Catamarca, covering approximately 1,000 km2 of underexplored and highly prospective ground, located on the Argentine side of Chile’s renowned Maricunga Gold Belt. The initial exploration program at Valle Ancho consisted of a review of historical data, mapping and surface sampling, and the undertaking of an airborne geophysical survey over the project area to identify, develop and prioritize targets for further evaluation. This field program was successful in outlining a number of targets for further work including: two large targets with outcropping porphyry copper mineralization, two targets with outcropping epithermal gold mineralization; and a copper skarn target.