Overview

  • Veracruz State, Mexico
  • Copper & Gold
  • 100% Azucar owned

The El Cobre Property claim block covers approximately 11,860 hectares, which contains copper-gold porphyry mineralization over a strike length of at least four kilometers.

The property is located adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico approximately 75 km northwest of the city of Veracruz in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Veracruz is a major port city and naval base with an international airport with numerous daily flights to and from Mexico City and other national and international destinations.

To date, Azucar has discovered five copper-gold porphyry zones within the property along an approximately 4km trend, stretching from Norte down to Encinal in the southeast. These zones are defined by distinct Cu-Au soil anomalies, discrete, positive magnetic features, a large IP chargeability anomaly, and drilling.

Location

El Cobre is located adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico approximately 75 km northwest of the city of Veracruz in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Veracruz is a major port city and naval base with an international airport with numerous daily flights to and from Mexico City and other national and international destinations. The Property can be accessed easily from Veracruz via the Veracruz-Alamo Highway (HWY 180) and the Tinajitas-Palma Road.  A network of secondary and dirt roads provide access to most of the Property.

Geology: Copper-Gold Porphyry

The altered porphyritic diorite intrusive suite, disseminated, and stockwork-vein style base and precious metal sulphide mineralization observed at the El Cobre Project is consistent with the porphyry copper-gold-silver-molybdenum (Cu-Au+/-Ag+/-Mo) deposit model. Distinct Pb-Zn-Ag-Au soil anomalies, coindicant with quartz vein float and clay and sulphate (acid-sulphate) altered volcanic rocks may represent a younger (or a higher-level) intermediate-high sulphidation epithermal mineralization episode.


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