Camino Minerals will expand drilling activities at Chapitos

The Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines (MINEM) has approved the Camino Minerals (TSXV: COR; OTCQB: CAMZF) EIA permit, which allows for expansion of drilling activities along the Diva Trend, at the 22,000ha Chapitos Copper-Gold project, near Chala, Southern Peru.

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The Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines (MINEM) has approved the Camino Minerals (TSXV: COR; OTCQB: CAMZF) EIA permit, which allows for expansion of drilling activities along the Diva Trend, at the 22,000ha Chapitos Copper-Gold project, near Chala, Southern Peru.

CEO John Williamson commented, “The permit will allow the company to better locate drill collars in optimum locations to both test the Diva structure and other structural and stratigraphic copper opportunities while potentially minimizing drill costs”.

The 2019 exploration program is ongoing and includes detailed geological mapping and structural analysis, chip/channel and trench sampling, road building, all in preparation for geophysics and drilling. The program has been specifically designed to further define the mineralization on the Diva trend and examine the new Lourdes and Lidia zones to identify possible drill targets for the 2019 program.

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