Adventus Zinc and Salazar Resources have announced additional drill holes from the 2018 infill drilling program at the Curipamba project, Ecuador.
Adventus Zinc (TSXV:ADZN) and Salazar Resources (TSXV:SRL) have announced additional drill holes from the 2018 infill drilling program on the El Domo volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit; which is part of the approximately 22,000-hectare Curipamba project located near Las Naves, Ecuador.
As quoted in the press release, chief executive officer of Adventus Christian Kargl-Simard said:
“Infill drilling at El Domo continues to highlight the high-quality nature of the Curipamba project amongst its peer group of copper deposits. Adventus is confident that as infill drilling continues, El Domo will continue to yield results that will contribute greatly to moving the project forward towards an updated Preliminary Economic Assessment for stakeholders in the first half of 2019.”
As highlighted in the press release:
- CURI-262 intersected 13.66 metres of 5.68 percent copper, 6.98 grams per tonne (g/t) of gold, 1.97 percent zinc, 59.3 g/t silver, and 0.21 percent lead for 11.8 percent copper equivilant;
- CURI-265 intersected 10.30 metres of 8.72 percent copper, 2.74 g/t gold, 0.15 percent zinc, 27.3 g/t silver, and 0.01 percent lead for 10.9 percent copper equivilant;
- CURI-266 intersected two adjacent intersections of 5.33 metres of 2.12 percent copper, 7.72 g/t gold, 9.70 percent zinc, 186.9 g/t silver, and 0.94 percent lead for 13.4 percent copper equivilant, followed immediately by 32.43 metres of 4.40 percent copper, 1.29 g/t gold, 1.84 percent zinc, 13.3 g/t silver, and 0.09 percent lead for 6.2 percent copper equivilant; and
- CURI-268 intersected 3.91 metres of 5.50 percent copper, 4.54 g/t gold, 5.71 percent zinc, 32.1 g/t silver, and 0.15 percent lead for 11.2 percent copper equivilant.