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General Overview

About Metminco

Metminco (MNC), incorporated in Australia, is an ASX and AIM listed exploration and mining company. It has a portfolio of exploration projects located in Chile and Peru, mainly focused on copper, but with exposure to molybdenum, gold and zinc. Projects range from early stage exploration, through advanced exploration, to feasibility.

Metminco’s premier project is the 100% owned world class Los Calatos copper and molybdenum porphyry deposit in southern Peru, with an estimated mineral resource of 1.42 billion tonnes at a Cu grade of 0.47% and a Mo grade of 0.022%. The mineral resource estimate follows the completion of a Phase 4 drilling program in October 2012, a Mining Scoping Study in March 2013, and a Mine Production Study in August 2013. Mineral resources amenable to open pit mining to a vertical depth of 700 metres below surface total 493 million tonnes at a Cu grade of 0.38% and a Mo grade of 0.023% (at a cut-off of 0.15% CuEq), whereas the mineral resources amenable to bulk mining below this depth total 926 million tonnes at a Cu grade of 0.51% and a Mo grade of 0.022% (at a cut-off of 0.35% CuEq). A pre-feasibility study has been planned, pending the availability of funding.

Metminco’s other projects are located in Chile, the most advanced of which are the Mollacas (copper leach) and Vallecillo (polymetallic) projects, both of which have mineral resources that have been reported in accordance with the JORC Code (2004). In addition, the Company has a large, early stage, copper-molybdenum porphyry project (Loica Project).

History

Metminco was incorporated in May 2006 as a private company registered in Victoria, Australia. After converting to a public company and acquiring a portfolio of Australian exploration assets, Metminco listed on the ASX as a diversified mineral explorer in October 2007. In December 2008, Metminco made a scrip offer to acquire 100% of the issued capital of Hampton Mining Limited (Hampton). The offer closed on 8 July 2009 with Metminco having acquired a 36.5% interest and becoming the major shareholder in Hampton. Hampton was a public unlisted Australian company with a portfolio of six projects located in Chile and Peru.

In Chile, Hampton held a 50% interest in the Mollacas, Vallecillo, Loica and Isidro projects, and a 100% interest in part of the Camaron Project with an option to acquire the adjoining Genesis tenements. In Peru, Hampton held an option to acquire the Los Calatos Project from North Hill Group Holding Inc (North Hill), which was subject to a conditional buy back right by Barrick Corporation with respect to a 51% interest in the project.

In September 2009, Metminco entered into an option agreement with Junior Investment Company to acquire a further 31.9% interest in Hampton (JIC Option). On 7 December 2009 the Company entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire North Hill from Highland Holdings Resources, conditional on exercise of the JIC Option. The Company then elected to divest its Australian projects.

During the first half of 2010 Metminco raised funds through an AIM listing in London (granted on 1 April 2010), increased its holding in Hampton to 69.4% by exercise of the JIC Option, and completed the purchase of North Hill. On 6 December 2010, Metminco completed the acquisition of Hampton's minority shareholder's interests resulting in Hampton becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Metminco.

On 28 April 2011 the Company completed the acquisition of a further 50% interest in the Mollacas, Vallecillo and Loica projects, resulting in these projects becoming 100% owned, in addition to purchasing Barrick's conditional buy back right with respect to the Los Calatos Project.

Having secured a 100% interest in its advanced projects (Los Calatos, Mollacas and Vallecillo), Metminco embarked on an major work programs at these projects. During 2014, and following the conclusion of initial exploration programs, the Company abandoned the Isidro, Camaron and La Piedra project's, the latter of which was acquired in June 2011.

The remaining projects, as summarised below, are located in the well-constrained metallogenic belts of Peru and Chile:

  • Los Calatos Project (100% owned) covers an area of 275 square kilometres, located in a well-defined copper-molybdenum porphyry belt in southern Peru, approximately 80 kilometres to the southeast of Arequipa, and 33 kilometres northwest of Moquegua;
  • Mollacas Project (100% owned) covers an area of 33 square kilometres, located in Region IV, Chile, approximately 65 kilometres east of the town of Ovalle, and 160 kilometres by road from the port of La Serena, Chile;
  • Vallecillo Project (100% owned) covers an area of 179 square kilometres, located approximately 50 kilometres northeast of Ovalle, Chile and 25 kilometres north of the Mollacas Project; and
  • Loica Project (100% owned) covers an area of 35 square kilometres located approximately 100 kilometres to the southeast of Ovalle, Chile.

Metminco has the requisite experience base to explore and develop these projects, with the vision of becoming a mid-tier copper producer.

Mission

Metminco is an Australian exploration and mining company, listed on stock exchanges in Sydney (ASX) and London (AIM).

They are committed to explore, develop and operate mining projects within world class mineral provinces, with a focus on copper and gold.

They are committed to the use of advanced technology, and application of industry best practice, in evaluating and developing projects in order to maximise economic value.

Values

To maximise returns for their shareholders.

To perform in a responsible and efficient manner in the conduct of their work systems and procedures.

To actively engage with all of their stakeholders with a focus on sustainable development.

To promote industry best practice, occupational health and safety among their workers and business partners, permanently controlling the risks inherent in their operations. They will comply with applicable laws and regulations of the countries in which they operate.

To promote the ongoing care and protection of the environment within which they operate throughout the life of a project, from exploration through to the decommissioning phase of an operation.

To encourage our suppliers and partners to become part of our commitment to safety, quality, the environment and to develop a strong social conscience within the communities in which they operate.

They acknowledge that their people are their greatest asset, and are thus committed to providing a decent and safe work environment, offering opportunity for personal and professional development, and promoting self-protection, austerity, ethics, integrity and honesty.

Environment

Metminco recognises that the protection of the environment in the areas in which it operates is of paramount importance, both in terms of its business imperative and its moral and legal responsibility.

Although the Company is committed to complying with all relevant regulatory requirements applicable to the environment in which it operates, it strives towards meeting the World Bank and IFC guidelines with respect to environmental management.

Key aspirations in this regard include the following:

  • Implement and maintain a structured Environmental Management System that drives continuous improvement;
  • Minimise operational footprints, and develop and implement extensive and well researched Environmental Management Plans and programmes so as to minimise the negative impact thereof on the environment and its biodiversity;
  • Identify environmental issues and assess and manage the associated risks;
  • With the active involvement of employees, local communities, government organisations and other interested and affected parties, develop written procedures to ensure safe, acceptable and effective systems of work;
  • Set environmental objectives on a regular basis to ensure measurement, monitoring, reporting and improvement;
  • Reduce, re-use and recycle water to minimise consumption, and promote efficient use of natural resources;
  • Prevent and reducing all forms of pollution by applying appropriate technologies;
  • Ensure adequate financial provision for the rehabilitation of the environment and the sustainability thereof, on conclusion of operations;
  • Comply with legal requirements (as a minimum) of the national and local authority in the jurisdictions within which the Company operates;
  • Review the level of implementation of Environmental Management Systems, their objectives and targets on a regular basis, so as to ensure they remain current and effective; and
  • Promote the effective use of energy resources to optimise consumption.

Projects

Los Calatos Project

The Los Calatos Project (“Los Calatos” or “the Project”) is located in southern Peru near, and in a similar geological setting to, three large operating copper-molybdenum mines, namely Cuajone, Toquepala and Cerro Verde.

Production from mines in this region exceeded 600,000 tonnes of copper metal in 2012. With the proposed upgrade to the Toquepala, Cuajone and Cerro Verde mines and the development of the Tia Maria and Quellaveco projects, production from this belt is expected to increase to more than 1.3 million tonnes of copper metal per annum. Molybdenum constitutes a significant by-product of copper mining from this belt.

Los Calatos can be accessed via the Pan American Highway from Moquegua, and a 50 kilometre unsealed road north of the highway to the Project.

The Project, which covers an area of 275 square kilometres, is located on state owned land approximately 80 kilometres to the southeast of Arequipa and 33 kilometres northwest of Moquegua, and occurs at an altitude of approximately 2,900 metres above mean sea level.

Following the conclusion of a Mining Scoping Study by NCL Ingeniería y Construcción Ltda (“NCL”) and a Mine Production Study by Runge Pincock Minarco (“RPM”), Los Calatos is well placed for development as a low cost, long life, mining operation in an investment friendly jurisdiction.

Furthermore, the project is highly deliverable, with the designated status of a ‘Project of National Interest’ by the Peruvian government that enables Hampton Peru (a 100% held subsidiary of Metminco) to acquire surface title for infrastructure by direct purchase from the State. In addition, there is no competing land usage, seawater is planned to be used for metallurgical processing purposes, and power costs are low by comparison to similar operations in Chile.

History

The Los Calatos Project was first claimed by Acuarios Minera y Exploradora S.R.L in the 1990’s. Between 1995 – 1996, Phelps Dodge held an option on the project from Arequipa Resources (Acuarios’ affiliate), who in the interim had sold their assets (including the Los Calatos tenements) to Barrick Gold Corporation (Barrick).

Phelps Dodge completed geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys, which culminated in the drilling of 26 Reverse Circulation dill holes (4,188 metres) and 5 diamond drill holes (2,183 metres) in 1996. They concluded that Los Calatos had a potential 20Mt of mineralised material at a grade of 1% Cu.

In early 1997, Barrick drilled 8 diamond drill holes (1,946 metres) on a 100 metre spacing over the main zone of mineralisation identified by Phelps Dodge. The results were reviewed for Barrick by Mr J David Lowell in March 1997, who concluded that the “deposit contains 20 to 40 Mt of ±0.86% Cu which has a reasonably low stripping ratio and probably has good leaching characteristics”, “that a viable medium sized heap leach SX/EW copper mine could be developed”.

In November 2006, Minera Cerro Norte,a wholly owned subsidiary of North Hill Holdings (“North Hill”) entered into an option agreement with Barrick to acquire the Alpha, Gamma and Nelson tenements (which then comprised the Los Calatos Project) from Placer Dome Del Peru SAC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Barrick.

On 5 September 2007 Hampton Mining Limited (“Hampton”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Minera Hampton Peru SAC (“Minera Hampton”), entered into an option agreement with North Hill to acquire the Los Calatos Project. Minera Hampton then completed two phases of diamond drilling (23 drill holes, totalling 15,485m) at Los Calatos for the period to July 2010. The main outcome of this drilling suggested that a large porphyry system was evident at Los Calatos and demonstrated that the earlier view of a small copper leach project was misguided.

In December 2008 Metminco made a scrip offer for all the shares in Hampton. The offer closed on 8 July 2009 with Metminco having acquired a 36.5% interest, and becoming the major shareholder in, Hampton. Hampton was a public unlisted Australian company with a portfolio of six projects located in Chile and Peru.

In September 2009, Metminco entered into an option agreement with Junior Investment Company (“JIC”) to acquire a further 31.9% interest in Hampton. On 7 December 2009 the Company entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire North Hill from Highland Holdings Resources, conditional on exercise of the JIC Option.

During the first half of 2010 Metminco raised funds through an AIM listing in London (granted on 1 April 2010), increased its holding in Hampton to 69.4% by exercise of the JIC Option, and completed the purchase of North Hill. On 6 December 2010, Metminco completed the acquisition of Hampton’s minority shareholder’s interests resulting in Hampton becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Metminco.

On 28 April 2011 the Company acquired Barrick’s conditional buy back right with respect to the Los Calatos Project. Having secured a 100% interest in Los Calatos, Metminco embarked on a major drilling program at Los Calatos, completing a further 101,574m of drilling from December 2010 to late in 2012.

The following sequence of events summarise the key events that led to Metminco advancing the project from a potential resource of 20 to 40Mt at ±86% Cu to a Mineral Resource Estimate of 1.4Bt at a Cu grade of 0.47% and a Mo grade of 0.022%. Key to the substantial increase in the mineral resource was the recognition of the fact that Los Calatos is a typical Andean-type porphyry deposit, the geometry of which was defined as a culmination of a comprehensive drill hole programs using inclined diamond drill holes:

  • January 2009: Phase 1 drilling completed (6,385m), with the realisation that Los Calatos potentially represents a major porphyry system.
  • July 2010: Phase 2 drilling completed (9,100m), which confirms that Los Calatos is a typical (southern Peru) porphyry system.
  • October 2012: Drilling Phases 3 and 4 completed, totalling 101,574m.
  • March 2013: Mining Scoping Study completed by NCL Ingenieria Y Construccion S.A. (NCL).
  • August 2013: Optimised Mine Production Study completed by RungePincockMinarco (RPM).
  • August 2013: Estimated Mineral Resource of 493Mt amenable to open pit mining to a depths of 700 metres below surface and 926Mt amenable to underground block caving below this depth (totalling 1.4Bt at 0.47% Cu and 0.022% Mo).
  • Importantly, and apart from the substantial increase in the estimated mineral resource, Metminco attained a very competitive discovery cost, as indicated below:
  • Discovery Cost of 0.33 US ¢ per lb contained Cu (Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource categories).
  • Discovery and Acquisition Cost of 0.96 US ¢ per lb contained Cu (Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource categories).

In July 2013 the Peruvian Government approved an increase in the area that Hampton Peru may purchase under the Project of National Interest designation from 2,800 ha to 12,700 ha to accommodate the surface infrastructure required to exploit the Los Calatos porphyry copper – molybdenum deposit. The surface infrastructure required for the proposed mine includes the open pit and underground workings, waste and ore stockpiles, plant, mine and administration structures and a tailings dam.

In October 2014 the Company received notification that the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Perú, had passed Ministerial Resolution No. 416-2014-MEM / DM, which recommends that the National Superintendent of Public Assets or SBN, approve the reservation of 12,700 hectares of surface title for the planned development of Los Calatos. The area, which incorporates sixteen mining concessions, is reserved for an effective term of six years from the date of issue of the Resolution, during which time the relevant surface title can be purchased.

In accordance with Supreme Decree No. 007-2008-VIVIENDA, the SBN, acting on behalf of the Peruvian State, and at the request of the relevant Peruvian Department (in this case the Ministry of Energy and Mines), is required to identify and approve the reservation of property to be allocated to projects of National Interest.

Geology

The mineralised porphyry system at Los Calatos is typical of the Andean type porphyry systems found in Chile and Peru, with copper and molybdenum mineralisation being associated with both the porphyry and adjacent wall rock. High grade copper and molybdenum mineralisation also occurs around the edge of a younger diatreme complex, which is typical of many of these systems (e.g. El Teniente in Chile).

High grade zones of mineralisation also occur in association with hydrothermal breccias, believed to be a product of the evolution of the porphyry complex. However, a review of certain, select, drill hole cores in late 2014, has confirmed that the high grade mineralisation associated with the hydrothermal breccias is related to the intrusion of a suite of porphyritic dykes of differing ages.

Work has therefore commenced on the detailed re-logging of the Los Calatos drill core to determine the geological relationship between the dykes and the high grade mineralisation, as well as to establish the geometry and continuity thereof, with a view to undertaking resource modeling of these high grade zones.

Exploration

Extensive, regional scale mapping, geochemical and geophysical programs have historically been undertaken by Metminco over the project area, which identified 8 targets.

The Company re-evaluated the prospectivity of the broader project area in August 2014, which resulted in the definition and refinement of several exploration targets. These targets have been classified into those targets which are drill-ready, and those which require further exploration to better constrain the targets for follow-up drill testing.

Four drill-ready targets (TD 1 to TD 4) were identified, all of which are located within two kilometres of the known extent of the main Los Calatos deposit. In addition, four target areas were identified which require further exploration work (TE 1 to TE 4) in the form of geochemical sampling, geophysical surveys and geological mapping in order to better define the extent of these targets prior to drill testing. These areas are located up to 7 kilometres from the existing main Los Calatos deposit but, importantly, lie along the same northwest-southeast trending corridor which is known to control the main elements comprising the Los Calatos Porphyry Complex.

Of the three drill ready targets, target TD 3 has the highest priority, whereas of the four exploration targets, TE 2 has the highest priority, both targets of which are located to the southeast of the main Los Calatos deposit. A site inspection in October 2014 of the latter two targets, suggests that the Los Calatos Porphyry Complex extends in a south-easterly direction into these two target areas.

The Company plans to explore these targets on a systematic basis using soil geochemistry, geophysical (Titan) surveys to better constrain drill targets for follow-up drilling. In addition to determining the extent of the porphyry complex in this area, the exploration would aim to identify additional mineral resources that would be amenable to open pit mining.

Mineral Resources

During 2012 Metminco completed a 65,677 metre diamond drill program which culminated in an updated Mineral Resource Estimate announced on 4 March 2013. The Mineral Resource Estimate, which was completed by SRK, incorporates the drilling results from 134 drill holes totalling 125,376 metres, of which 103 drill holes intersected the interpreted mineralised unit.

In order to establish a regular sample support length for modelling purposes, samples were composited to 5 metres with a total number of 12,560 composites used to interpolate the model. The block model provided for a block size of 15 x 15 x 15 metres, and densities for the mineralised unit were based on 65 drill holes and 5,654 density determinations.

The Mineral Resource Estimate provides for mineral resources that are amenable to open-pit mining and underground bulk mining. Mineral resources amenable to open-pit mining are identified as those resources occurring near surface to a vertical depth of 700 metres (viz. above an elevation of 2,300 metres above sea level), whereas the resources amenable to underground bulk mining are identified as those resources occurring below this depth Tables 1, 2 and 3).

Mollacas Project

The Mollacas Project, which occurs at an altitude of 1,500 metres above sea level, covers an area of 33 square kilometres and is located in Region IV, Chile, approximately 65 kilometres east of the town of Ovalle near the small settlements of Valdivia and Las Mollacas, and 160 kilometres by road from the port of La Serena. The project can be accessed from Ovalle via a 53 kilometre asphalt road to the town of Rapel, and then by 12 kilometres of a well-maintained dirt road east of Rapel.

History
Ownership

Hampton Mining Limited entered into an option agreement with MN Ingenieros (a private Chilean company) to acquire an interest of up to 75% in the Mollacas, Vallecillo and Loica projects in December 2005. Following the satisfaction of certain obligations under the option agreement, Minera Hampton Chile Limitada (Hampton Chile), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hampton Mining Limited, exercised the option to acquire a 50% interest in the Mollacas, Vallecillo and Loica projects in September 2007, and a joint venture company was formed with MN Ingenieros (Sociedad Contractual Minera Ovalle). In April 2011 Hampton Chile, now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Metminco group, completed the acquisition of Sociedad Contractual Minera Ovalle, resulting in the latter three projects becoming 100% owned by Hampton Chile.

Exploration

Mollacas was largely unexplored until Inversiones EM Dos Limitada (a wholly owned subsidiary of MN Ingenieros) (EM Dos) acquired the property in 2002, at which point in time a small prospecting pit measuring 50 by 50 metres to a depth of 2 metres, was located on the property within a copper oxide zone. During late 2002, and early 2003, EM Dos conducted a geological mapping and geochemical sampling program on the property, and identified a porphyritic intrusive with a central potassic core and concentric zones of phyllic, propyltic and argillic alteration.

Hampton Chile completed a Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling program comprising 10 drill holes (2,342m) in May 2006. On the basis of the RC drilling results, Hampton Chile conducted a further diamond drill hole program of 46 drill holes (6,808m) that was completed in April 2007. Over the period September 2008 to September 2011, 70 additional drill holes were completed totalling 6,892 metres, which effectively resulted in a final mineral resource estimate for the project. While additional drilling was completed in late 2011 and 2012 (2,559m), the drilling was for geotechnical and sterilisation purposes.

Title

The Company holds title to 20 Exploitation Licences covering the Mollacas deposit and surrounding area, as well as 179 hectares of surface rights, the latter of which were acquired for the establishment of mine infrastructure such as the leach pads, processing plant, administration facilities and mine workshops. Importantly, Metminco owns the water rights to approximately 175 litres/sec from two canals which traverse the property. The estimated water usage for the planned mining operation is 40 litres/sec.

In view of the fact that the Company was not able to purchase the surface rights from a private landowner that cover the majority of the Mollacas deposit (100 hectares) at the time of commencing its initial exploration activities, Metminco's wholly owned subsidiary, Minera Hampton Chile Limitada (Hampton), acquired a Right of Access (Easement) to conduct its planned exploration programs. The Easement was granted in 2004 by the First Court of Ovalle (Original Easement). In March 2014, the Court of Appeal of IV Region, ruled that Hampton's First Easement Extension, granted on 11 November 2011, was invalid, thereby precluding the Company from conducting mining activities on the privately owned land. Metminco, through their legal counsel in Chile, is rigorously contesting this through both the Chilean Supreme and Constitutional Courts.

Geology

Mollacas is located along a north-south trending sequence of volcanics, which has been intruded by younger porphyritic dacites. The copper deposit is associated with an alteration zone that measures 800 metres by 600 metres, where the defined resource is limited to an oxide and supergene "blanket" that occurs above a primary, low grade, porphyry.

Drilling Program

Metminco completed its final resource definition drilling program at Mollacas during the third quarter of 2011, comprising 2,200 metres of diamond drilling and 1,154 metres of reverse circulation drilling, with the objective of providing sufficient data to upgrade the November 2007 mineral resource to Measured and Indicated Mineral Resource categories, as well as to acquire sufficient material by ore type for further permeability and tall column leach testwork. The results of the diamond drilling program are summarised in the Significant Results - Table 3 section of the website.

Following the completion of the resource definition drilling program, 11 geotechnical drill holes (totalling 1,405m) to a maximum depth of 150 metres were completed, as well as 14 sterilisation drill holes (totalling 1,154m) to a maximum depth of 94 metres.

Life of Mine Financial Model

With the benefit of the pit optimisation study completed by the Company in 2013, and the Phase 3 metallurgical testwork results, the Scoping Study completed by SRK in 2008 was updated, inclusive of revised operating costs and capital estimates.

The Life of Mine production schedule incorporated the results of the pit optimisation work completed in 2013, with a modeled inventory of 14.5 million tonnes at a CuT grade of 0.52% (0.42% Cu_Sol), with an in situ soluble copper content of 60,753 tonnes. However, as the pit optimisation study of 2013 does not provide for the updated mining and processing costs, and given the substantial changes in the acid consumption rate, further optimisation work will be conducted during the planned Feasibility Study.

At a mining rate of 6,108 tonnes per day, the project has a Life of Mine of some 7 years, producing up to 8,000 tonnes of cathode copper per annum. The results of the Life of Mine Financial Model are summarised in Table 2 below, which support the robust nature of the economics, and hence the decision to progress with a Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Assessment.

Land Access and Title

Metminco holds title to 20 Exploitation Concessions covering the Mollacas deposit and surrounding area, as well as surface title over 179 hectares of land adjacent to the proposed open pit operation. The Company also owns water rights to approximately 175 litres/sec from two canals which traverse the properties, albeit that the estimated water usage for the envisaged mining operation will be 40 litres/sec.

The surface titles on which the proposed open pit is to be located are held by a private land holder (100 hectares), who since 2004 has filed various actions in relation to land access matters (Figure 6).

An easement over these surface titles allowing exploration activities was granted in 2004 (Original Easement). In 2007, an application for an extension of the Original Easement to, among other things, enable mining activities on the Mollacas deposit was submitted, and in November 2011 the First Court of Ovalle granted the extension (the First Extension). In March 2014, the Court of Appeal of the IV Region in La Serena (Court of Appeal), confirmed the Original Easement, but ruled that the First Extension was invalid. Hampton Chile, through its legal counsel in Chile, is rigorously contesting the decision of the Court of Appeal through both the Chilean Constitutional Tribunal (Tribunal) and the Supreme Court (Supreme Court).

On 6 August 2014 the Tribunal dismissed the defences of the surface title holder and declared Hampton Chile's lawsuit to be admissable. Should the Tribunal rule in favour of Hampton Chile, then the Chilean courts will not be able to rely on the Court of Appeal's interpretation of various civil and mining codes, in particular mining Code 15 on which the Court of Appeal relied when it determined that the extension of an easement to permit mining activities cannot be granted without the surface title holder's permission should a 'plantation' exist in the specified area. The Supreme Court proceedings remain suspended pending a decision by the Tribunal, which is anticipated to be handed down by the end of 2014.

Vallecillo Project

Locality

The Vallecillo Project covers an area of 179 square kilometres, and is located approximately 50 kilometres northeast of Ovalle and some 25 kilometres north of the Mollacas Project, at an altitude of 1,800 to 2,500 metres above mean sea level.

Geology

The project hosts porphyry related base and precious metal mineralisation that occurs in an arcuate polymetallic belt that has been defined on the basis of a soil geochemical sampling program conducted by Metminco during 2009 and 2010 (Figure 1). Four polymetallic targets have been identified (namely targets V1 to V4), of which the V1 target (La Colorada deposit) has been drilled extensively, such that a mineral resource has been estimated in accordance with the JORC Code (2004).

The mineralisation at La Colorada is hosted by a porphyry related breccia, which contains gold, silver, zinc, lead and copper mineralisation. The mineralisation displays a horizontal zonation, with gold, silver and lead grades showing a general increase in a northerly direction (over the strike extent of the mineralised zone), as opposed to copper grades which increase in a southerly direction. Zinc grades by comparison tend to be relatively consistent. From a depth perspective, the high grade zones invariable occur at depths of less than 300 metres below surface, and hence render the deposit amenable to open pit mining.

Drilling Program

A drilling program comprising 9,155 metres of diamond drilling and 3,768 metres of reverse circulation drilling was completed in Q4 of 2011. The 12 reverse circulation drill holes targeting the Portezuelo Cu-Au porphyry target to the west of the polymetallic belt returned uneconomic Cu, Mo and Au grades.

The diamond drilling program, which focussed on the La Colorada deposit (28 drill holes) and some of the adjoining polymetallic targets (6 drill holes), was completed in early Q1 2012. The drill holes completed at La Colorada formed part of a 25 x 25 metre drilling grid aimed at upgrading the July 2009 Mineral Resource Estimate into predominantly Measured and Indicated Mineral Resource categories.

Additional Projects

Loica Project
Location

The Loica Project covers an area of 35 square kilometres and is located approximately 100 kilometres to the southeast of Ovalle, 30 kilometres south of the Mollacas Project, and occurs at an altitude of 2,000 to 2,800 metres above mean sea level.

Geology

The Loica-Victoria area comprises a hydrothermal alteration system measuring 5 by 2.5 kilometres, which hosts a "porphyry copper" style of mineralisation. The deposit is related to a dacitic porphyry which has intruded volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks of the Vinita Formation. The outcropping lithological units have been mapped, and indicate the presence of a large hydrothermal alteration system with a potassium silicate nucleus surrounded by an extensive envelope of quartz-sericite altered rocks, which are in turn enclosed within a propylitically altered halo.

Mineralisation is found to be quite diffused at the surface and has been weathered to form copper oxides. The most anomalous areas are located at the central sector of the dacite porphyry, and in the contact zones between the porphyry and the andesites, including a belt of intrusive breccias, which extend in a northerly direction. The mineralisation is clearly related to the Loica porphyry and the resulting potassic and quartz-sericitic alteration.

As the porphyry system has been subjected to significant erosion that has exposed the potassic altered core, the dominant mineralisation style is likely to be that of a hypogene sulphide type, concentrated in hydrothermal breccias.

Exploration Results

Earlier exploration programs comprised regional mapping and rock-chip geochemistry (1965) which highlighted the close relationship between the lithologies of interest (dacite porphyry and hydrothermal breccias), hydrothermal alteration (potassic and quartz-sericite) and anomalous copper and molybdenum occurrences. An Induced Polarisation and resistivity geophysical survey was also undertaken at the time, which delineated an arcuate zone with a relatively high chargeability, coincident with the concentric transition zone between the quartz-sericite and propylitic alteration zones (viz. pyrite halo).

Over the period June 2006 to early 2007 Minera Hampton Chile Limitada (a wholly owned subsidiary of Metminco), completed 8 inclined Reverse Circulation drill holes (4,426m) and 3 inclined diamond drill holes (2,001m). All of the drill holes intersected low grade mineralisation over large drill intercepts within a depth range of 0 to 659 metres. The the best results were returned for drill hole LR 07 (Reverse Circulation) located near the core of the porphyry system (32 metres at 0.36% Cu and 128ppm Mo).

Future Work

A exploration program is planned to establish the lateral and depth extents of the porphyry system using deep-penetrating geophysical methods and a staged diamond drilling program, in order to assess the tenor of the porphyry style mineralisation at greater depths than those tested to-date.


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Metminco Limited

Level 6
122 Walker street
North Sydney, NSW
Australia, 2060

Phone: +61 2 9460 1856
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Email: info@metminco.com.au
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