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A Strategic Portfolio


Management with a track record of making world-class discoveries

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A Strategic Portfolio


Management with a track record of making world-class discoveries

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THE TARGETS


 

The Cobrasco Copper Project is located 100 kilometres southwest of Medellin in the Choco Province of western Colombia. This highly prospective copper project is situated in an emerging yet under-explored district that hosts exciting geological potential. 

The San Antonio Gold Project is a porphyry-type stockwork system that management believes to be similar to a number of the most significant Mid-Cauca gold-silver deposits.

Rugby recently acquired an extensive portfolio of gold projects in Colombia (Rugby's Colombian Gold Projects). The portfolio includes projects in Mid- Cauca and Bucaramanga - regions prospective for both epithermal gold and porphyry gold mineralisation.

 

 

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THE TARGETS


 

The Cobrasco Copper Project is located 100 kilometres southwest of Medellin in the Choco Province of western Colombia. This highly prospective copper project is situated in an emerging yet under-explored district that hosts exciting geological potential. 

The San Antonio Gold Project is a porphyry-type stockwork system that management believes to be similar to a number of the most significant Mid-Cauca gold-silver deposits.

Rugby recently acquired an extensive portfolio of gold projects in Colombia (Rugby's Colombian Gold Projects). The portfolio includes projects in Mid- Cauca and Bucaramanga - regions prospective for both epithermal gold and porphyry gold mineralisation.

 

 

Rugby owns 100% of the Cobrasco project, subject to a 1% NSR. The Cobrasco Copper Project hosts an undrilled, large scale porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold target which was recognised during a joint German-Colombian government sponsored exploration program conducted in the mid-1980’s. No systematic exploration or drilling has been conducted since that time. The final permit required for Cobrasco drilling is outstanding and further studies are proposed.

 

 

The Company is currently working closely with the Colombian Mining Association to foster strong relationships with stakeholders and obtain industry related advice necessary for approaching a future permit application process. The Colombian Mining Association is also working diligently with mineral exploration and mining companies, including Rugby, to promote educational information about the benefits of a developed copper industry to the people and government of Colombia. Copper is believed to be a viable future source for jobs and significant government revenues, similar to neighboring countries like Chile and Peru. 


Certain information contained herein can be considered forward Looking. Please click here to review the Company's cautionary statement for investors. Francisco Montes, the Company’s Chief Geologist and a “qualified person” within the definition of that term in NI 43-101, has supervised the preparation of the technical information contained on this webpage.