Khvav Project

Syndicate is a significant shareholder and cornerstone investor of Continental Copper, whose main project is the Khvav copper porphyry project in Cambodia.

Regional and project-based mapping by Continental Copper has discovered a previously unrecognized and unexplored 200km² high-sulphidation alteration system, with a regionally extensive sub-horizontal massive silica-pyrite lithocap. Within this lithocap vertical structures host vuggy silica zones and hydrothermal breccias with abundant oxides after sulphides up to 400 metres wide. To the south and east of the licences there are two Cu-Au mines and mills.

The planned 2022-23 program which has commenced includes surface geochemistry and diamond drilling. Systematic grid sampling and low detection ICPMS geochemistry to map the alteration system and target potentially Cu-Au bearing intrusions and epithermal mineralization is in progress. Diamond drilling will target outcropping vuggy silica-sulphide zones with 500-metre-deep diamond drillholes

See more

See more of this project on Continental Copper's website.