Asset Overview

  • Ownership: 100% owned by Xiana
  • Location: Region IV, Chile, 400km north of Santiago and 35km south of Ovalle
  • Commodity: Copper, Gold
  • Current operations: 3,600tpd central processing plant fed by 1-4 operating units
  • Resources(1):
      • Reserves (P&P): 2.01Mt @ 1.10% Cu and 3.24g/t Ag
      • Resources (M&I): 6.98Mt@ 1.24% Cu and 5.50g/t Ag (not inclusive of reserves)
      • 2018 Depletion: 4.27kt
  • Geology: The mining properties are comprised of stratabound replacement manto Cu-Ag+/-Au of an IOCG style and the vein style Los Mantos mineralization and are located in a prolific copper-gold district Infrastructure: Abundant water and power available. Well connected direct highways from Santiago and La Serena airports. Closest port is Coquimbo (~130kms from site),
  • Employees: Established mining district with 90% of labour force employed locally
Punitaqui Region IV,
Provincia Limari

MAP MINING CAP AND INFRASTRUCTURE OVERVIEW – a proven well established camp with a central processing facility

Current Operations and Expansion Areas

Notes (1) Source: Xiana Technical Report 2018. Source Xiana Technical Report 2018. Resources & Reserves as of 31 December 2017 Qualified Person:  Robert Baxter (FAusIMM),  a  Director  of  Xiana Mining and  a  qualified person  as  defined  by  National  Instrument  43-101,  has  reviewed  the  scientific  and  technical  information  that  forms  the  basis  for  this Presentation. Xiana is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or reserves. Xiana has not undertaken any independent investigation of the resource estimates nor has it independently analyzed the results of the previous exploration work in order to verify the resources, and therefore the historical estimates should not be relied upon. However, Xiana believes that these historical estimates provide a conceptual indication of the potential of the occurrences and are relevant to ongoing exploration.  Mr.  Baxter  is  not independent of the Company.

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