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59 granted Mineral concessions in Ecuador.

SolGold has 4 new wholly owned subsidiaries that host the new concessions.

  1. Green Rock Resources
  2. Valle Rico Resources
  3. Cruz del Sol 
  4. Carnege Ridge Resources. 

The 59 concessions amount to 2,500km² of un-explored ground and can be seen in the map below. 

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Potassic altered diorite outcrop from Porvenir project exhibiting disseminated chalcopyrite and strong secondary Cu mineralization, as indicated by fractures filled by malachite (green mineral).

Potassic altered diorite outcrop from Porvenir project exhibiting disseminated chalcopyrite and strong secondary Cu mineralization, as indicated by fractures filled by malachite (green mineral).

Hydrothermal breccia from Sharug project.  The clasts consist of siliceous diorite with disseminated chalcopyrite.  The breccia matrix contains tourmaline, magnetite and chalcopyrite and is reminiscent of surface mineralisation at the giant Los Bronces Project in Chile.

Hydrothermal breccia from Sharug project.  The clasts consist of siliceous diorite with disseminated chalcopyrite.  The breccia matrix contains tourmaline, magnetite and chalcopyrite and is reminiscent of surface mineralisation at the giant Los Bronces Project in Chile.