“ROMANA SURPRISE: Drilling Extends Strike of Near-Surface Copper, Tin, & Silver Ore to 1.35 KM!
La Romana, a Pan-Global Resources exploration project based in Sonora, Mexico, recently announced that ongoing diamond drill radiating from the Andromeda target in the La Romana project has extended the strike of the mineralized zone to 1.35 kilometers. The La Romana project is a high-grade copper, tin, and silver mineralization with a Multi-Phase Porphyry-style structure and has been in focus since the discovery of the Andromeda target last year. During the same year, La Romana was the first mineralization that was intersected in diamond drill hole 19-006. Surface mapping and sampling, as well as high-grade tin, silver, and copper mineralization intersected in the diamond holes indicates that the mineralization at La Romana is extensive in area and to variable depths. Furthermore, the Andromeda target contains multiple drill-wide intercepts with intervals of thick disseminated and vein-style carbonate-rich quartz-tourmaline, magnetite halos and streaks with minor pyrrhotite. Overall, the mineralization in La Romana has been expanding from the Andromeda target to the north and strike since the zone of high-grade copper mineralization was first intersected in 19-006. Recent diamond drill radiating from the Andromeda target has now extended the strike of this mineralized zone to 1.35 kilometers. In the near term, Pan-Global Resources also plans to drill a series of shallow holes in and around the Andromeda target for further resource expansion and definition. Furthermore, exploring for additional targets in the present and peripheral La Romana geological environment will also be a priority. It is expected that, following this exploration, the true potential of the La Romana project and its associated mineralization will be revealed.