Drilling has kicked off at the Dynasty gold project in southern Ecuador, testing extensions to the Kaliman porphyry gold-copper and Brecha-Comanche epithermal vein hosted mineralisation.

The program will focus on significant intersections returned from Titan’s (ASX:TTM) 2021 drilling, with three main targets being tested – Cerro Verde, Brecha-Comanche, and Kaliman.

TTM says significant epithermal gold and porphyry gold-copper mineralisation across all three prospects remains open both laterally and at depth.

The company’s technical team have spent several months studying the vein and porphyry systems through surface mapping and diamond drill core relogging, culminating in the creation of an integrated and robust 3D geological model to facilitate the drill design.

Work programs unveil new mineralised areas at Dynasty

TTM’s CEO Melanie Leighton says the company is excited to have begun drilling at Dynasty with a suite of compelling targets set to feature in the program.

“Titan’s technical team have made considerable advances in their understanding of mineralisation controls at the Cerro Verde prospect at Dynasty, with several targets set to be tested including epithermal vein hosted gold at the Brecha-Comanche target and extensive porphyry gold-copper mineralisation at the Kaliman prospect.

“Generative work programs including mapping and surface geochemical sampling continue to unveil new mineralised areas at the Dynasty project, adding further support to the potential to add considerable ounces to the existing resource through systematic exploration.”




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