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The AntaKori project is located approximately 600 km north of Lima and 50 km northwest of the city of Cajamarca, on the world-class Miocene Au-Cu-Ag belt of northern Peru (Figure 7).

The AntaKori claim group is located immediately adjacent to the Tantahuatay high-sulphidation epithermal (HS) Au mine (Compañía Minera Coimolache, Buenaventura-Southern Peru); 7 km NW of the Cerro Corona porphyry Cu-Au mine (Gold Fields); and 32 km NW of the Yanacocha HS gold mine (Newmont-Buenaventura), all within the prolifically mineralized Yanacocha-Hualgayoc mining district in the Department of Cajamarca.

Figure 7: AntaKori Project Location Map

Closest Mining Projects/Mines:

Tantahuatay Mine

  • Coimolache JV (Buenaventura [operator]; Southern Copper; ESPRO)
  • Oxide Au heap leach

Cerro Corona Mine

  • Goldfields
  • Cu-Au porphyry
  • 6km to SE

Yanacocha Mine

  • Newmont and Buenaventura JV
  • Oxide Au heap leach
  • Largest Au mine in South America
  • 45km to SE


Figure 8: AntaKori Region and Infrastructure
  • Located 60km northwest of city of Cajamarca with daily commercial flights from Lima
  • Accessible year round by paved and gravel roads from Cajamarca airport in 1.5 hours
  • Proposed port facility of Eten for concentrate exports located 230km to the west
  • Abundant ground water sources
  • Transmission line crossing property

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