Okavango Copper Project

The Okavango Copper Project (OCP) consists of the 100% owned KML prospecting Licenses PL148/2017 and PL149/2017 and the Triprop JV prospecting licenses PL41/2012, PL42/2012 and PL43/2012. The OCP is located in the central portion of the Kalahari Copper Belt and is immediately along strike to the east of the published mineralised zones and code compliant resources of Cupric Canyon Capital (Zone 5 Deposit) and MOD Resources (T3 Project).

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Project highlights
  • Immediately along strike of published mineralised zones and code compliant resources of Cupric Canyon Capital (Zone 5 Deposit) and MOD Resources (T3 Project) located in a well-defined ‘Central Structural Corridor’
  • Historical TerraleachTM soil sampling (13,281 samples) confirms extensive Cu-mineralisation at interpreted redox contact within project area
  • Recently completed heliborne magnetic and electromagnetic surveys have mapped out marker conductors above the prospective mineralised contact as well as clearly defined fold-hinge targets.
  • Extensive untested mineralised contact extends through all the license blocks
Exploration programme

Completed regional airborne electromagnetic in combination with high resolution magnetic surveys provide valuable information on the underlying geology, location of prospective mineralised target, structures and potential trap-sites for high grade deposits. Based on the success of this first phase of work, further detailed electromagnetic surveys are planned for Q4 2018.

AEM layered earth inversion results, 5x vertical exaggeration,
looking N magnetic fabric, dykes, and interpreted mineralised contact highlighted

 

Isoshells of 40, 60 and 90 mS/m from the detailed AEM survey are illustrated
along with layered earth results from the regional lines. Magnetic fabric,
dykes, and interpreted mineralised contact highlighted. 5x vertical exaggeration, looking N.

 

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