The Company is currently producing from three orebodies at Guanacevi: Milache, El Curso and SCS. Exploration drilling is ongoing at El Curso and SCS (view longitudinal section here).
Highlights from the latest drill results include:
- 3.27 grams per tonne (gpt) gold and 2,753 gpt silver for 2,982 gpt silver equivalent (AgEq at an 70:1 silver:gold ratio) over a 4.1 metre (m) true width (87.0 oz per short ton (opT) AgEq over 13.5 feet (ft)), including 0.6 gpt gold and 18,752 gpt silver for 18,794 gpt AgEq over 0.3 m (548.2 opT AgEq over 1.0 ft) in drill hole UCM-48
- 4.29 gpt gold and 3,464 gpt silver for 3,764 gpt AgEq over a 2.6 m true width (109.8 opT AgEq over 8.5 feet (ft)), including 25.7 gpt gold and 19,390 gpt silver for 21,189 gpt AgEq over 0.3 m (618.0 opT AgEq over 1.0 ft) in drill hole UCM-50
“Ultimately, we anticipate that Porvenir Cuatro, El Curso and Milache will all connect to form one continuous orebody over a 1,500 m length by 400 m vertical extent. This would make it comparable to the original Porvenir Norte orebody which supported production at Guanacevi for over 14 years. The future is looking bright for Guanacevi.”
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