- Potential world-class deposit;
- Concessions fully permitted for exploration and construction;
- Significant gold resource upside -- Multiple geophysics and soil anomalies; and
- Growing 878,700 oz. of resources on LaPava and Quema/Quemita.
The project area is located on the Azuero Peninsula in the Los Santos Province of Southwestern Panama, about 45 km southwest of the city of Chitre and about 190 km southwest of Panama City by air. The UTM coordinates for La Pava deposit are 549,486 to 550,303 East and 834,554 to 834,891 North (NAD83) The project has an excellent access and is near high-voltage power lines. A fully functional exploration camp has been built next to the concessions with water, power and communication services. Regular access to the site from Chitre, the nearest town with regular air service, is by paved highway for 75 km via the northern villages to the small village of Rio Quema, then by all-weather road for 5 km to the project site. The portion of the access road between Rio Quema and the southern concession boundary is a public road.