The Company has entered into two agreements with the Cuban Government’s mining company, GeoMinera SA, with the exploration of major copper deposits expected to be funded from profits generated by two relatively small gold mines.
The latest diamond drill hole into the sulphide mineralisation of El Pilar has returned an outstanding copper intercept.
More high-grade results come among a series of strikes which have done little to dissuade against low-cost, near-term mining.
A flow of gold and copper returns have continued to support the near-term development a low capex mine in central Cuba.
Early exploration has returned indications of a significant copper porphyry system in Cuba.
Antilles could soon have two operating open-pit mines to its name and be placed at the very forefront of a refiring Cuban mining sector.
The continued return of top shelf intercepts reinforces the prospect for low-cost, open pit mining operations in central Cuba.