Adventus, Salazar Intersect 26.8% Copper Equivalent Over 9.1 Metres

Adventus Mining Corporation (TSXV: ADZN) and Salazar Resources Limited (TSXV: SRL) today released their final infill drilling results from the El Domo volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit located within central Ecuador at the Curapamba project. The partnership intercepted 26.8% copper equivalent over 9.1 meters.

Several drill holes saw their assays released this morning, with the highlight figure coming from hole CURI-385. Notably, the two firms only provided charted intersection data for three holes, with a total of six holes released this morning. One hole did not hit significant results.

The venture primarily highlighted two drill holes, which included:

  • Hole CURI-385 intersected 9.06 meters at 3.25% copper, including 19.08 g/t gold, 242.5 g/t silver, 30.56% zinc, and 3.19% lead for 26.78% copper equivalent.
  • Hole CURI-382 intersected 30.86 meters at 2.05% copper, 0.92 g/t gold, 9.2 g/t silver, 0.16% zinc, and 0.02% lead for 2.74% copper equivalent.

Both companies intend to use all of the results from the program to update the mineral resource estimate for El Domo to provide a basis point for the ongoing feasibility study for the project. The study is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of this year.

Adventus Mining Corporation last traded at $1.16, while Salazar Resources Limited last traded at $0.37 on the TSX Venture.

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