The area is located in the IV Region of Chile, approx. 10 km west of the Combarbala city, 100 km NE from Los Vilos Mining Port (Punta Chungo of Antofagasta Minerals) and 250 km north of Santiago. Paved road. Easy access to energy through the nearby high voltage line and 50 km from the sea. An eminently mining district, without relevant environmental and community problems.
1.- Target La Viuda. Porphyry Cu-Mo-Au and Cu-Ag Stratabound. This mineral, due to the characteristics of mineralization-alteration-structure and lithology, could be classified as a hybrid deposit, with geological features of Cu-Au-Mo porphyry and at the same time, with elements of a stratabound ore deposit. Similar situation exists in the Carmen de Andacollo of Teck mineral deposit, and in part of the Megalo Project.
2.- Target Megalo. Porphyry Cu-Au (Mo). According to what is observed in the field, the mineralization of disseminated oxidized copper is totally disseminated and hosted in a dioritic intrusive, and mainly with quartz vein type B, with central suture, in strong sericitic alteration. In some small mining operations, the pirquineros obtained relict copper sulphides (chalcocite and chalcopyrite). The DRX and chemical results of the samples show contents of 0.6% at> 5% CuT; 15-198 ppm Mo. Additionally, 117-566 ppm Zn; 23-87 ppm Pb; 31-1668 Ace; 294-2938 ppm Mn; 2493-6987 Ti.
3.- Target Megalo Norte. Stratabound mineralization (Cu-Ag). In the Megalo Norte Project, the volcanic rocks of the Quebrada Marquesa Formation are mineralized with mantles and veins, with green oxidized copper, especially atacamite, and in some places antlerite; and also black copper oxides. However, in some artisanal mining works at approximately 2 meters of depth, it is possible to observe chalcocite. Approximately less than 4 meters is bornite and less chalcopyrite, the most outstanding is the absence of pyrite.