Ireland & Sweden
Includes five licence areas covering an area of 136km2 renewed for six years in Q3 2019, which comprise the Abbeytown Project in County Sligo.
The area is a proven mineral district, centred on the old lead-silver mine of Abbeytown and has good industrial infrastructure: road, power, rail and port are all available nearby. Abbeytown is a brownfields exploration project with underground access and evidence of mineralisation extending southwards from the historic workings to new targets near the Ox Mountains Fault Zone. The project is on care and maintenance as the Company looks to identify a partner or purchaser to take the project forward.
|26 March 2019||Abbeytown Soils Update 26.03.19 with Maps|
|12 September 2018||High grade Zinc-Lead-Silver Returned at Abbeytown Project, Ireland|
|16 July 2018||Abbeytown Drill Results|
|05 July 2018||Abbeytown First Drill Results 05.07.18|
|21 June 2018||Abbeytown Project – Underground Workings|
|22 February 2018||Start of Drilling at Abbeytown and new Galway Project, Ireland|
|30 January 2019||High Grade Underground Drill Results at Abbeytown|
is located in the heart of the Skellefte Mining District in Sweden, 10.8km from active Maurliden mine and in the same district as the +2M Oz Björkdal gold deposit.
Comprising four permits, gold is in sheeted quartz-arsenopyrite veinlets and stockworks within competent volcaniclastics. Previous investment by Centerra of $670k enabled the Company to undertake drilling and geophysics focused on one area, which generated positive results including Hole BB004 – 17.2m @ 1.93g/t Au and 0.26% Cu from 160.90m-178.10m. With mineralisation open at depth, Brannberg has the potential for a large gold system with other untested target areas. The project is on care and maintenance as the Company looks to identify a partner or purchaser to take the project forward.