Creating Value Through Delineation of Base and Precious Metal Resources in Peru

Also recently acquired Canadian Arrow Mines assets which includes two Ontario-based nickel-copper-(cobalt) properties

Tartisan Nickel Corp. Profile


Investment Highlights

  • Acquisition of Canadian Arrow Mines Limited includes two Ontario-based nickel-copper-(cobalt) properties
  • Canadian Arrow’s Kenbridge property has a measured and indicated resource of 7.14 million tonnes at 0.62% nickel, 0.33% copper
  • 20 percent equity stake in Eloro Resources and 2 percent NSR in their La Victoria property with drill program in progress
  • Strong management team with proven experience in advancing projects to production readiness and increasing shareholder value
  • Tightly held share structure with 50 percent owned by approximately 10 investors


Kenbridge Ni Project (ON, Canada)

  • Advanced  stage  deposit  remains open  in  three  directions,  is  equipped with a 623m  deep  shaft  and  has  never  been  mined. 
  • Preliminary  Economic Assessment completed in   2008   and later updated returned robust project 
    economics and operating costs including  a  NPV  of  C$253M  and  cash costs of US$3.47/lb of nickel net of  
    copper credits.
  • Plans for Kenbridge include updating the 2008 PEA, advancing the project through to feasibility and exploring 
    the open mineralization at depth

Don Pancho Zn-Pb-Ag Project

  • Excellent infrastructure: access via Lima by mostly asphalted roads, located 6 km east of the 15MW Tingo Hydroelectric Plant, and 9km west of Trevali Mining Corp.’s Santander Zn-Pb-Ag Mine
  • Exploration Targets Remain Open: 6 drillholes, interescted polymetallic mineralization (best intercept 4.4% Zn, 3.3% Pb, 61 g/t Ag over 1.15m) •
  • Carbonate Replacement Deposit model, drill program in design to test structural controls of mineralization at angles to previous drilling
  • Contracted GEADES Consulting SAC “GEADES”, a company specializing in Social and Environmental Studies to prepare all documents necessary to complete an environmental impact assessment (DIA) report
  • Company will submit the DIA Report to the Ministry of Energy and Mines in Peru in order to obtain a drill permit. The Company will initially apply for a permit allowing for the construction of up to 20 drill pads and an exploration adit of up to 50 metres.


La Victoria Au-Ag Project

  • Tartisan 20% equity interest through owning 6M shares, 3M warrants @ C$0.40, and 2% net smelter royalty with a 1% buyback for US$3M of Eloro Resources Ltd. (TSX.V: ELO)
  • Cott Oil can earn 25% of La Victoria from Eloro by spending C$5m before taxes
  • 8,000ha property package located in a gold belt that includes Pierina, Lagunas Norte/Alto Chicama, La Arena, and Sta. Rosa that are large, low cost gold producers
  • Excellent infrastructure: with easy road access, abundant water, and an industrial power corridor 4.3km from the site
  • Recently completed ground work including deposit scale mapping, infill geophysics, and regional sampling to qualify previously reported exploration results as relevant to bulk tonnage, heap leachable deposit exploration model
  • La Victoria is Exploration Drill Ready and has never been drilled


Ichuña Cu-Ag Project

  • 100% stake subject to a 2% NSR with a 1% buyback for US$0.5M
  • 1,000ha concession located in the Southern Peru Au-Ag Epithermal Belt •
  • Contiguous with Buenaventura’s San Gabriel Project and less than 3km north of the recently discovered San Gabriel Au deposit
  • Easy acces via road bisecting the property
  • Buenaventura’s San Gabriel Deposit discovery hole drilled a blind induced polarization geophysical target
  • Ichuña Project geophysical target represented by coincident chargeabilty, resistivity, and magnetic susceptibility anomaly
  • Exploration Targets Remain Open: 7 previous drillholes did not investigate the Ichuña geophysical anomaly
  • Surface exploration program in design to enhance the surface expression of the geophysical anomaly and delineate drill targets

Last changed at 20-Apr-2018 03:06PM by AGORACOM