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Alamos

  • Project Alamos
    Commodity Primary: Silver
    Secondary: Gold, Copper, Lead, Zinc
    Location Southern Sonora
    Nearest City 8 km west of city of Alamos
    Nearest Major Mining Projects 45 km Northwest of Pan American's Alamo Dorado silver mine
    15 km South of Cobre Del Mayo's Piedras Verdes copper mine
    Ongoing Drilling 10,000 m drill program minimum underway
    Geology Epithermal vein system
    Land Package 37,000 has
    Exploration Highlights

    Hole AL 17-07
    8.25 m grading 1,760 g/t (57 opt) Silver, 1.6% Copper, 1.5% Lead, and 2.6% Zinc incl. 2.2 metres grading 5,098 g/t (164 opt) Silver, 2.76% Copper, 0.5% Lead, and 1.18% Zinc

    Hole AL 17-04
    20.15 m of 154 g/t Ag, 0.5% Cu, 2.3% Pb, 6.8% Zn; or 694 g/t Ag Equivalent.

    Hole AL19-018
    0.95 m of 425 g/t Ag, 0.32% Cu, 3.17% Pb, 1.31% Zn or 622 g/t AgEq

    Hole AL19-025
    3.80 m of 415 g/t Ag, 2.68 g/t Au, 1.37% Cu, 6.20% Pb, 9.19% Zn or 1,430 g/t AgEq*including 0.95 m of 1,566 g/t Ag, 6.72 g/t Au, 4.48% Cu, 9.27% Pb, 10.08% Zn or 3,321 g/t AgEq

    Hole AL19-026
    1.05 m of 134 g/t Ag, 0.31% Cu, 1.25% Pb, 3.89% Zn or 412 g/t AgEq

    Access & Infrastructure Paved and gravel roads, mining labour force, power and water
    Project Interest Under Option

    Project

    The Alamos silver project contains a wide, high-grade epithermal vein system hosted by Cretaceous limestone, Laramide batholith and Tertiary volcanic rocks which historically produced approximately 200 Moz of silver from three separate mines. Historic reports indicate mine widths of up to 20m grading in excess of 2,000 g/t Ag and 3-4% Copper.  Silver-bearing veins in the Sierra de Alamos were first discovered by Spanish miners around 1682.  The district produced an estimated minimum 120 million ounces of silver from the 1680s to the early 20th century, with the great majority of production from the Promontorio, La Quintera, and Zambona (Minas Nuevas) mines.  In the latter part of the 19th century, silver production from the district supported a mint in the nearby town of Alamos.  Mining activities diminished just before and during the 1910-1920 Mexican Revolution, with the Zambona mine shutting down by 1925.  Various operators attempted to revive the mines during the 20th century, but with only minor production, mostly from the re-working of mine dumps. 

    Prior to Minaurum, the project had never been controlled by a single company nor seen modern exploration. Minaurum commenced the first systematic exploration program over the district resulting in the identification of over 16 new vein systems with a total of 23 vein systems identified, drilled high-grade silver intercepts in 10 of the 14 vein systems drilled to date.

    Alamos hosts excellent infrastructure with the central area (Quintera-Promontorio vein system) permitted from exploration through to production. The project is 8 km west of the city of Alamos, 45km northwest of Pan American's Alamo Dorado silver mine, and 15 km south of Cobre Del Mayo's Piedras Verdes copper mine. The total size of the project is 37,000 hectares.

  • Geology

    Upper Jurassic–lower Cretaceous limestone is the oldest known lithologic unit in the Alamos district.  Late Cretaceous-early Tertiary batholithic granodiorite intrudes the limestone, subjecting it to extensive recrystallization and skarn-hornfels alteration.  A several hundred metre-thick sequence of Tertiary andesitic lavas and coarse agglomerates overlies the limestone-granodiorite basement package.  Bedded pyroclastic rocks overlie the lava/coarse agglomerate group.  These are andesitic in the lower part and their upper part is composed of a thick rhyolite ignimbrite.

    Granitic, monzonite, and dacite-porphyry stocks and intermediate to felsic dikes cut the basement and volcanic rocks. 

    Northwest/southeast and north-northeast/south-southwest faults and fractures dominate the structural grain of the Alamos district.  The NW/SE faults appear to be older than the NNE/SSE faults.  The NNE/SSE faults bound a series of horsts and grabens, form striking topographic linears and form the host structures for most of the known precious metal mineralization.  These structures host all of the significant past producing mines.  Both sets of faults appear to have been periodically reactivated.  Cobre del Mayo’s Piedras Verdes porphyry copper mine lies about 16 km to the NNE of the central part of the Alamos district, along the projection of the +main fault trend. 

    Low-sulfidation silver and base-metal mineralization occurs in epithermal veins emplaced along the NNE-SSW striking fault zones and within fault-bounded blocks.  Multiple phases of vein emplacement and fault movement are evidenced by cross-cutting veins and breccias.  Historically mined high grade mineralization occurs in steeply plunging shoots.  Records of the La Quintera mine show that the mined shoot plunged steeply to the southwest for more than 450 m.   Its horizontal dimensions were approximately 250 m long along strike and up to 20 m thick.

    Exploration Methodology

    Minaurum Director and Co-Founder Dr. Peter Megaw and VP Exploration, Mr. Stephen Maynard developed a “Piano-Key” faulting model based on the historical mines at Alamos to drive the exploration program at the Alamos project. In this exploration model, faulting generates a series of parallel elongated multi-kilometre long fault blocks that alternate as up and down-thrown blocks.  Just like a piano, veins in the high-standing blocks (black piano keys) were eroded to a deep level (as in the historically mined parts of the district) and veins in the down-thrown blocks (white piano keys) were protected from erosion so that narrow stringer veins on surface in the down-thrown blocks may be indications of intact economic veins at depth.  This model indicates that the narrow stringer veins seen on the surface throughout Alamos, may just be the upper extreme portions of intact veins lying at depth. 

    Minaurum's exploration program, analysis and interpretation of the results further explains why production only occurred at the core part of the Alamos project. In the core area (La Quintera and Promontorio), up-thrown blocks had high grade portions of veins exposed on surface leading to their development. Down-thrown blocks to the west and east are exposed on surface at a higher level (or not at all in the case of blind veins).  Exposed at a higher level, these veins are spottier or lower grade and as such were not put into production.  “Blind” veins were intersected in holes AL17-007 and AL17-008, confirming the “Piano-Key” model of veins with little or no surface expression in down-dropped blocks.  See below for photo illustration demonstration the 'Piano-Key' model.

     

     

    Minaurum’s exploration program has consisted of detailed geological mapping and rock-chip sampling, as well as a core drilling.  Minaurum geologists have covered more than 75 sq km with detailed geological mapping and the geochemical database has more than 1500 rock samples.  Company geologists have identified 20 vein zones in the Alamos district; surface mapping, sampling, and vein zone identification are on-going.  

    The company’s strategy at Alamos is to drill each of the identified vein zones with one to three long (400-600 m) holes drilled at shallow angles across the intervening blocks to maximize chances of cutting the identified zones close to perpendicularly and to maximize the chance of encountering mineralized vein zones in intervening down-dropped fault blocks.

    Minaurum's exploration team has expanded the Alamos district footprint to 10 km x 5.5 km or 5,500 hectares, which is only 15% of the total concession package with 85% yet to be systematically explored.  Since September 2018, Minaurum has completed 12,000 m of drilling and once testing is complete, Minaurum will temporarily pause drilling in order to compile data towards the goal of prioritizing the next phase of systematic drilling of the highest priority vein targets with multiple drill rigs.

    Over 25 Veins Mapped at Alamos Project

     

    Exploration Highlights

    # Vein System Drill Hole
          1  Minas Nuevas

    17.95 m @ 96 g/t Ag (AL17-001)

    2 Promontorio

    20.15 m @ 154 g/t Ag, Au, 0.5% Cu, 2.3% Pb, 6.8% Zn (AL17-004)

    3.80 m of 415 g/t Ag, 2.68 g/t Au, 1.37% Cu, 6.20% Pb, 9.19% Zn, or 1,430 g/t AgEq; including 0.95 m of 1,566 g/t Ag, 6.72 g/t Au, 4.48% Cu, 9.27% Pb, 10.08%Zn, or 3,321 g/t AgEq (AL19-025)

    13.10 m 119 g/t Ag, 1.37% Zn (AL 19-023)

    3 San Jose

    9.60 m @ 198 g/t Ag, 0.22% Pb, 0.88 % Zn (AL18-015)

    4 Europa-Guadalupe

    8.25 m @ 1,760 g/t Ag,1.60 % Cu, 1.48% Pb, 2.6 % Zn 9 (AL17-007)

    5 Nueva Europa

    1.20 m @ 542 g/t Ag, 0.28% Cu, 0.44% Pb, 0.88% Zn (AL17-007)

    6 Amalia

    1.30 m @ 1.73% Pb, 1.99% Zn (AL18-012)

    0.25 m of 113 g/t Ag, 150 ppb Au, 0.28% Cu, 2.60% Pb, and 5.74% Zn (AL19-019)

    7 Tigre

    0.90 m @ 391 g/t Ag, 0.42% Pb, 0.29% Zn (AL18-012)

    8 Ana

    2.85 m @ 25 g/t Ag, 2.29% Pb, 10.58% Zn (AL18-011)

    9 Travesia

    9.60 m @ 88 g/t Ag, 0.37% Pb, 0.33% Zn (AL17-008)

    10 El Creston

    0.20 m @ 20 g/t Ag, 0.85% Cu (AL18-014)

    11 Europa Sur

    0.95 m @ 425 g/t Ag, 3.17% Pb 1.31% Zn 0.50-m interval assaying 719 g/t Ag, 172 ppb Au, 0.57% Cu, 5.92% Pb, and 2.37% Zn (AL19-018 – Europa SW)

    12 Promontorio Sur

    31.40 m mineralized zone containing 0.20m interval assaying 304 g/t Ag, 1.41% Cu, 2.5% Pb, 3.36% Zn (AL19-020)

     

    Exploration Agreements

    The Alamos project is situated on land belonging to the ejidos of La Aduana and Tetajiosa and the community of Minas Nuevas. Exploration agreements are in place with all three along with annual rental payments to maintain the agreements.

    An Environmental Impact Statement (MIA) was obtained from the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) in 2012, to conduct exploration on the La Aduana and Tetajiosa lands. The MIA activities include surface exploration, including sampling and construction of drilling pads, rehabilitation of existing mines for exploration and exploitation purposes, temporary stockpiling of rock material, and haulage of extracted material by truck off-site for process and the recovery of ore.

    Part of the Alamos project lies within the Sierra de Alamos – Río Cuchujaqui Reserve, which overlaps ejido lands. Authorization was received from the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) to explore in the Reserve Area. The reserve area land inside the project area is categorized as an “area of sustainable exploitation of natural resources”, which is defined in the reserve area management plan as use that does not negatively affect future generations. A coordination agreement between the Protected Area authorities and SEMARNAT was established in July of 2013 and is valid for the life of the project.

    Alamos project concession and reserve boundary

  •  Minas Nuevas Target

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag (g/t)
    AL17-001 71.95 89.60 17.65 95.9
    including
    71.95 73.50 1.55 155.0
    77.00 78.00 1.00 150.0
    80.45 81.45 1.00 279.0
    84.45 85.75 1.30 172.0
    86.55 89.60 3.05 110.1
    AL17-002 76.25 89.30 13.05 53.7
    including
    85.40 86.90 1.50 181.0
    155.55 159.00 3.45 68.1
    including
    158.55 159.00 0.45 156.3

     

    Blind-Vein/Southern Nueva Europa Target

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag (g/t) Au (ppb) Cu (%) Pb (%) Zn (%)
    AL17-003 274.90 275.15 0.25 7.7 25 0.01 0.93 2.38

     

    Promontorio Target

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag (g/t) Au (ppb) Cu (%) Pb (%) Zn (%)
    AL17-004 81.90 102.05 20.15 154.1 234 0.5 2.3 6.8
    including
    84.10 85.70 1.60 235.6 697 0.5 11.8 20.0
    AL17-005 124.00 132.50 8.50 81 129 0.14 3.23 2.72
    including
    126.05 128.80 2.75 126.7 275 0.15 8.91 5.26
    135.35 138.50 3.15 322.3 276 0.47 1.65 3.29
    including
    135.35 136.35 1.00 557 207.5 0.65 0.77 2.17

     

    Europa-Guadalupe & Nueva Europa Targets

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag (g/t) Au (ppb) Cu (%) Pb (%) Zn (%) Comment
    AL17-006 94.05 110.8 16.75 11.8 11 0.13 0.04 0.05 Gap Vein System
    AL17-007 181.1 181.6 0.5 81.1 13 0.92 0.1 0.18 Blind Vein
    273.3 274.5 1.2 541.5 16 0.28 0.44 0.88 Nueva Europa Vein Zone
    499.1 500.1 1 218 23 0.42 0.33 0.73 Blind Vein
    521.55 524.6 3.05 114 4 0.19 0.07 0.22 Europa-Guadalupe Vein System
    534.65 542.9 8.25 1,760 58 1.6 1.48 2.6
    including
    534.65 536.85 2.2 5,098 42 2.76 0.47 1.18
    AL17-008 201.30 201.65 0.35 185 16 1.05 2.37 1.44 Blind Vein
    229.20 238.80 9.60 88 14 0.24 0.37 0.33 Gap Vein System
    including
    229.75 232.40 2.65 147 24 0.25 0.21 0.28

     

    San José, Ana, Tigre & Amalia, El Creston, Minas Nuevas Vein Systems

    Hole From (m) To (m) Drill Width (m) Ag (g/t) Au (ppb) Cu (%) Pb (%) Zn (%)
    AL18-009  126.9  128.55  1.65  21  0.19  <0.01  0.02 
    378.5  401.05  22.55  25  <1  0.03  <0.01 0.06
    AL18-010  no significant values
    AL18-011  394.1  396.95  2.85  25  14  2.29  10.58
    including
    395.2 396.95 1.75 40 18 0 3.57 16.54
    419.15  422.1  2.95    0.38  1.72 
    including
    421 422.1 1.1 7 2   0.74 3.23
    455.95  457.05  1.1    0.22  1.71 
    467.35  467.6  0.25  19    0.3  1.84 
    519.65  520.05  0.4    0.21  1.19 
    533.4  535.5  2.1    0.14  1.14 
    548.8  549.5  0.7    0.1  1.57 
    551.45  551.8  0.35    0.12  1.16 
    569.5  570.5    0.21  1.19 
    578.05  579.35  1.3    0.14  1.21 
    AL18-012  123.15  125.3  2.15  345  0.01  0.08  0.64 
    179.15  179.9  0.75  21    0.74  2.67 
    203.75  204.65  0.9  391 17  0.11  0.42  0.29 
    212.9  213.4  0.5  18  0.01  0.1  2.18 
    466.45  467.75  1.3  10  0.01  1.73  1.99 
    696.15  698.8  2.65  17  17    0.79  1.18 
    including
    697.6 698.45 0.85 41 34   1.6 2.35
    AL18-013  12.2  13.7  1.5  <1  323    0.01  0.01 
    295.35  296.65  1.3  16  11  0.08  0.33  0.42 
    AL18-014  96.85  97  0.15    0.01 
    252.35  252.85  0.5  56  0.32  0.14  0.23 
    320.35  320.55  0.2  20  14  0.85    0.03 
    364.05  364.3  0.25    0.39  1.04 
    448  448.35  0.35  <1    0.17  1.45 
    AL18-015  57.75 62 4.25 146 13 0.16 0.52 0.56
    including
    59.15 60.05 0.9 302 20 0.21 0.49 0.78
    and
    61.5 62 0.5 171 36 0.36 1.76 1.01
    127.6 137.2 9.6 198 24 0.17 0.22 0.88
    including
    129.1 131.15 2.05 274 41 0.26 0.28 2.6
    and
    129.1 129.95 0.85 398 21 0.24 0.27 1.73
    and
    133.2 136.2 3 224 28 0.22 0.24 0.36
    180.15 182.15 2 109 8 0.12 0.08 0.13
    192.9 196.7 3.8 140 35 0.1 0.99 1.12
    including
    193.65 195.7 2.05 181 62 0.14 1.64 1.57
    AL18-016 164.35 165 0.65 3 584  0 0.07 0.18
    166.85 175.6 8.75 22 17 0.03 0.16 0.31
    180.5 181.7 1.2 19 1 0.1 0.42 1.16

     

    Promontorio, Europa Sur, San José, Azulacas, Europa-Guadalupe, Promontorio Sur, Amalia, Tigre, La Quintera Vein Systems

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag g/t Au ppb Cu % Pb % Zn %
    AL19-017 111.25 117.25 6.00 58 5 0.16 0.11 0.10
    including
    115.95 116.45 0.50 124 36 0.26 0.10 0.25
    155.85 156.9 1.05 118 34 0.19 0.01 0.04
    including
    155.85 156.05 0.20 365 3 0.75 0.01 0.03
    280.35 280.6 0.25 116 1 0.50 0.03 0.05
    303.75 305.85 2.10 55 2 0.16 0.06 0.03
    including
    303.75 304.10 0.35 103 3 0.28 0.09 0.03
    329.3 330.5 1.20 67 8 0.14 0.29 0.30
    including
    329.30 329.80 0.50 110 19 0.18 0.14 0.29
    393.6 395.35 1.75 84 12 0.13 0.03 0.10
    including
    395.00 395.35 0.35 105 25 0.27 0.06 0.15
    AL19-018 95.45 97.75 2.30 41 5 0.15 0.12 0.21
    308.15 309.10 0.95 425 91 0.32 3.17 1.31
    including
    308.60 309.10 0.50 719 172 0.57 5.91 2.37
    433.10 441.40 8.30 68 78 0.11 0.58 1.58
    including
    433.10 436.90 3.80 33 84 0.07 0.64 1.55
    and
    437.55 439.60 2.05 88 86 0.13 0.81 2.31
    and
    440.70 441.40 0.70 237 75 0.21 0.30 2.00
    AL19-019 69.50 71.05 1.55 2 5 0.13 0.22 1.62
    264.80 266.95 2.15 4 36 0.04 0.84 1.49
    337.40 337.65 0.25 7 19 0.00 1.05 2.80
    347.35 347.65 0.30 4 10 0.00 0.73 2.21
    367.20 368.00 0.80 6 11 0.00 0.79 1.85
    376.35 376.85 0.50 5 15 0.00 0.78 2.45
    489.80 490.25 0.45 29 31 0.00 1.01 2.08
    512.25 512.50 0.25 33 33 0.11 0.29 1.91
    539.45 539.60 0.15 30 39 0.04 0.09 1.23
    582.30 583.50 1.20 50 41 0.16 0.48 0.80
    650.10 650.50 0.40 16 139 0.05 1.11 2.84
    654.10 654.35 0.25 113 150 0.29 2.60 5.74

     

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag g/t Au ppb Cu % Pb % Zn %
    AL19-020 226.00 226.30 0.30 7 2910 0.00 0.01 0.01
    234.65 266.35 31.70 7 80 0.05 0.73 1.85
    including
    234.65 235.70 1.05 146 98 0.93 0.53 0.81
    (which includes)
    234.65 234.85 0.20 304 352 1.41 2.50 3.36
    and
    237.15 238.70 1.55 4 1278 0.01 0.55 1.03
    (which includes)
    237.15 237.60 0.45 4 3260 0.00 0.04 0.02
    and
    242.30 245.60 3.30 2 12 0.00 0.81 2.33
    and
    247.50 251.40 3.90 3 16 0.00 1.90 4.99
    and
    256.25 257.75 1.50 2 9 0.00 0.88 1.88
    and
    260.05 264.90 4.85 3 13 0.00 1.05 3.21
    273.00 273.60 0.60 9 12 0.00 0.36 2.36
    282.20 282.60 0.40 5 5 0.00 0.42 2.37
    286.50 286.85 0.35 26 68 0.03 1.23 2.47
    391.95 392.25 0.30 2 26 0.00 0.84 2.79
    397.75 398.45 0.70 4 35 0.02 1.20 3.54
    400.30 401.00 0.70 3.41 51 0.01 1.16 2.85
    403.00 403.50 0.50 3.67 19 0.00 0.75 2.57
    411.75 412.05 0.30 9 10 0.00 0.28 2.50
    AL19-021 3.05 9.60 6.55 91 5 0.12 0.16 0.16
    AL19-022 349.25 349.55 0.30 6 116 0.00 0.47 1.66
    435.70 436.15 0.45 7 4 0.00 0.08 2.28
    AL19-023 0.00 12.25 12.25 122 23 0.21 0.21 1.42
    including
    0.00 7.85 7.85 141 34 0.29 0.31 1.82
    20.15 21.35 1.20 74 13 0.19 0.20 0.36
    90.80 91.00 0.20 5 330 1.25 1.34 0.77
    124.80 125.95 1.15 66 150 0.22 0.45 0.45
    170.25 170.80 0.55 46 29 0.05 0.31 0.92
    AL19-024 150.65 150.85 0.20 5 19 0.01 3.98 1.73
    AL19-025 443.80 451.55 7.75 20 82 0.13 0.62 2.18
    including
    448.90 450.05 1.15 39 129 0.48 0.84 5.78
    463.25 474.10 10.85 154 986 0.52 2.68 4.42
    including
    463.85 467.65 3.80 415 2676 1.37 6.20 9.19
    including
    463.85 464.80 0.95 1566 6719 4.48 9.27 10.08

     

    Hole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Ag g/t Au ppb Cu % Pb % Zn %
    AL19-026 129.20 129.70 0.50 23 38 0.24 0.37 0.83
    240.00 241.35 1.35 169 11 0.18 0.25 1.04
    426.25 426.55 0.30 259 3 0.52 0.58 0.47
    436.45 436.75 0.30 55 56 0.08 0.28 3.17
    452.60 452.85 0.25 129 56 1.27 0.46 5.18
    464.35 465.40 1.05 134 131 0.31 1.25 3.89
    including
    464.35 464.80 0.45 231 159 0.38 2.48 7.83
    476.85 477.65 0.80 160 39 0.37 1.71 3.55
    478.85 479.10 0.25 77 12 0.21 1.10 1.33
    515.60 517.10 1.50 50 9 0.08 0.30 1.68
    AL19-027 398.00 398.30 0.30 282 24 0.31 0.30 1.59
    461.20 461.55 0.35 194 122 0.69 0.06 0.12
    468.70 468.90 0.20 44 55 0.29 0.55 0.30
    471.90 472.10 0.20 160 1 0.95 0.07 0.31
    484.10 484.70 0.60 6 34 0.01 0.56 1.69
    AL19-028 170.80 171.25 0.45 52 18 0.06 0.12 0.30
    236.85 240.95 4.10 51 11 0.14 0.17 0.58
    including
    238.40 239.55 1.15 60 19 0.12 0.24 1.31
    364.20 367.25 3.05 55 3 0.04 0.07 0.12
    including
    365.45 366.00 0.55 126 12 0.16 0.28 0.54
    AL19-029 130.65 143.45 12.80 37 39 0.04 0.21 0.40
    including
    130.65 133.75 3.10 48 97 0.06 0.34 0.87
    AL19-030 427.05 436.85 9.80 31 4 0.02 0.06 0.13
    488.15 490.10 1.95 261 15 0.11 0.16 0.27
    including
    489.00 489.40 0.40 1100 59 0.38 0.27 0.58
    AL19-031 338.65 345.70 7.05 65 1 0.12 0.20 0.53
    including
    342.65 344.25 1.60 132 1 0.21 0.32 0.80
    363.45 363.85 0.40 150 11 0.02 0.03 0.22
    366.50 368.20 1.70 206 2 0.05 0.08 0.14
    including
    366.50 367.40 0.90 337 2 0.08 0.11 0.16
    373.20 375.90 2.70 142 4 0.04 0.16 0.27
    including
    374.30 375.20 0.90 307 7 0.08 0.23 0.37
    377.15 377.50 0.35 112 13 0.05 0.70 0.88
    381.80 383.10 1.30 97 30 0.08 1.67 2.95
    386.45 387.50 1.05 65 14 0.13 0.39 0.41
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