Cerro Blanco

The Cerro Blanco Project includes a 6,500 hectare land position in northern Chile approximately 130 km southeast of the coastal port city of Antofagasta, and in a similar geologic setting to Spence (BHP) and Sierra Gorda (KGHM & Sumitomo) copper mines.

The project targets partially outcropping porphyry and epithermal targets with post mineral gravel-covered (pampa) extensions. Work to date includes heli-borne magnetic survey, historical drilling and surface geochemical sampling. A significant magnetic anomaly partially underlays the Cerro Blanco hill and represents a magnetic intrusive center that is related to hydrothermal alteration seen at surface. Historical drilling has cut porphyry-style alteration; however alteration patterns are poorly understood to date. EMX believes this early-stage project has the components of a large porphyry copper system.

EMX acquired a 2% NSR on the Cerro Blanco property from Revelo Resources in 2020 (See EMX Press Release dated March 26, 2020).

Note: Nearby mines provide context for the project, but do not necessarily indicate similar styles of mineralization within the project.


Geological map of Chile with the location of the Cerro Blanco project (Source: Pampa Metals website, December 2021) Click to Enlarge
Cerro Blanco location map and geophysical magnetic survey map (Source: Pampa Metals website, December 2021) Click to Enlarge