The Canadian company, together with its Japanese partner JOGMEC, announced their plan for the first quarter of 2020 at this property located in southern Peru, bordering the Antilla and Cotabambas projects, which are also controlled by Panoro. The plan includes detailed geological mapping of the targets identified so far, a geochemical exploration that expects to collect 1,200 rock samples, 2D and 3D geophysical surveys, and drilling 2,400m at three identified targets.


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