Recently, Daily Dive host Cassandra Leah sat down with James Macintosh, CEO of Monterey Minerals (CSE: MREY), to discuss the opportunity presented to the company in terms of mining within the Philippines.
Within, we discuss with James the opportunity that this unique gold jurisdiction presents, and what specifically is different about the region as compared to other global operations. We then delve into Monterey specifically, and discuss recent sample results and drilling activity that took place on the property.
Monterey Minerals is a junior gold exploration firm focused on its flagship asset, the Alicia Gold Project, which is located in the Philippines. The project comprises of 932 hectares of land, where the company has indicated at least eleven veins are present on the property with a combined strike length in excess of 11 kilometres. High grade samples including 1.2 metres of 116 g/t gold, 1,263 g/t silver, 6.3% copper, 6.5% zinc, and 47.9% lead have been found on the property to date, with current drilling remaining ongoing.
Check out the full interview below.
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