SolGold expands Alpala in Ecuador

Canadian Mining

SolGold (TSX: SOLG; USOTC: SLGGF; LON:SOLG) is building momentum at its 85%-owned Cascabel copper-gold project, 180 km north of Ecuador’s capital Quito. The company expects to ramp up from five to eight drill rigs before delivering its first inferred resource estimate at the property’s Alpala porphyry cluster later this year.

Nicholas Mather, SolGold’s CEO, tells The Northern Miner during a phone interview that drilling has expanded Alpala’s mineralized footprint to 1.3 km along strike and up to 400 metres wide, with depths to 1,900 metres from surface. read Lesley Stokes full interview at The Northern Miner

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