The Way Linggo Project encompasses an area of 10,540 hectares (100km2) and is held under a highly prized 4th generation Contract of Work (“CoW”) Agreement with the Indonesian Government. It is located on the prolifically mineralized Trans-Sumatran Fault, which is part of the Pacific Rim of Fire. The area is considered highly prospective for low-sulphidation epithermal gold-silver deposits with a number of plus one million ounce mine camps located along it.
Numerous exciting targets have been identified within the broader CoW area and a comprehensive exploration evaluation program is currently in progress focusing on the infill of the existing Project scale dataset. This comprises the systematic remapping of areas by stream traverse and ridge and spur ground truthing with the aim to incorporate surface and alteration mapping, geochemical sampling and rock chips. The aggregated data set will allow for the ranking and prioritization of exploration targets.