TYPE OF PRODUCT OBTAINED FROM IT: CaF2
TYPE OF DEPOSIT:
The Fluorita vetiform deposit is located in the geologic province of The North Patagonian Massif to the south of the Province of Chubut where most fluorite occurs in Jurassic volcanic rocks. This region comprises a big mining district. This was the result of the regional lineament Moro – Guanacote that controlled fluorite mineralization in an extensional condition environment in pre-rift and rift stages.
Delta and Guanacote Veins are one of the largest and most financially attractive. They extend for 1200 meters with a thickness from 2 to 28 meters. The ore is composed by fluorite with chalcedony. The measured resources for Delta vein equals 3,600,000 tones with a grade of 52% CaF2 and the measured resources for Guanacote vein equals 2,550,000 tones with a grade of 48% CaF2.
OVERVIEW OF THE PROJECT
To evaluate the remaining resource of fluorite veins and carry on with exploration activities that are key in order to expand the project lifecycle.
To be responsible for building a sustainable mining in the long-term to boost the comprehensive development of the provinces involved. To encourage local workforce hiring and local suppliers development.
Product: Fluorite (CaF2)
Reclaim Blockade area: 5244.57 ha
Deposit type: Hydrothermal veins
The Fluorita Project a group of properties and it comprises an area of 5,245 hectares. Eleven of these mining concessions are located in Sierra Grande, Province of Rio Negro and the other five are located northeast in the province of Chubut, 100 km of the town of Puerto Madryn.
AMOUNT OF HECTARES: 5244,577