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Ecuador continues to open its doors to the mining industry

Ecuador’s government is continuing to support the development of the country’s mining industry, which for historical reasons is at an immature stage relative to other neighbouring countries such as Chile and Peru, with the full support of President Lenin Moreno. One of the major recent initiatives includes overhauling the mining tax regime and removing aRead more

Positivity from PDAC

Earlier this month SolGold attended “Ecuador Day” at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference in Toronto. The day was an opportunity for the mining community of Ecuador to come together to showcase Ecuador’s great potential as a mining destination with competitive advantages and world class infrastructure. SolGold joined government officials, indigenous leaders, investorsRead more

Our Pan-Ecuadorian Blueprint for Success

Here at SolGold, we are all about copper or, more specifically, top-tier porphyry copper-gold projects across the up-and-coming mining jurisdiction of Ecuador. To that end our pan-Ecuadorian strategy, first unveiled in May, is going from strength to strength with the country’s Department of Mines recently awarding us 21 new concessions. These take our total EcuadorianRead more

Trifecta of honours for SolGold and Ecuador

Our successes to date in developing the Cascabel copper-gold project in Ecuador have been recognised with the company winning two gongs at the prestigious Mines and Money Americas’ annual achievement awards. Just as importantly, Ecuador itself has been acknowledged for its measures to further its mining industry, winning the Latin America Country Award for 2017.Read more

Ecuador: the new magnet for copper explorers

With copper prices at two-year highs amid bullish demand dynamics and supply constraints, the major mining houses are once again focused on exploring for the world’s most widely used industrial metal. The trouble is, many of the geographies with the best deposits of the red metal are under a cloud for political or regulatory reasons.Read more