The Organullo Project is a 100%-owned exploration property located in Salta Province, northwest Argentina. The project has a large alteration and mineralization footprint with geochemical anomalies and targets over a 10km strike length making Organullo one of the largest untested geochemical anomalies in Argentina. The project was historically known as a gold exploration play with locally high-grade gold at surface and with historical small-scale mining having been recorded at the Julio Verne Mine in the 1930s. Gold potential remains a focus today but with newly recognized potential for copper porphyry systems.
Historical exploration includes approximately 10,000m of diamond and RC drilling, but only a small portion of the 10km strike length has been subject to exploration through drilling with most targets remaining untested.
Salta Province has seen a number of significant discoveries in recent years including the Taca Taca copper deposit (First Quantum) and the Lindero gold deposit (Fortuna Silver), both of which are moving towards development. The Organullo project is located closer to critical infrastructure, being just 20km south of the regional urban centre called San Antonio de los Cobres, 100km north of the Provincial capital Salta, and close to an electrical transmission line, rail line and gas pipeline.
As an exploration project, Organullo has multiple drill-ready targets as well as conceptual targets requiring additional surface exploration. Ultimately it requires significant drilling to test the potential of the project.