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Flor de Cobre

Flor de Cobre is a copper porphyry located in the Southern Peru Copper Belt, 45 km south of Arequipa. Some of the world's largest copper-molybdenum porphyry deposits and mines including Cerro Verde (Freeport), Cuajone, Toquepala (Southern Copper), and Quellaveco (Anglo/Mitsubishi) reside in the Southern Peru Copper Belt.

Flor de Cobre is located ~30 km southeast of the large copper mine at Cerro Verde and ~7 km northwest of the Chapi copper mine.

The Flor de Cobre property consists of the Atravesado target, which E29 continues to advance permitting for our large, untested Atravesado porphyry zone (over 1.5 by 2.5 km) on the Flor de Cobre project. Atravesado is a very exciting target in this prolific belt, especially given its large size and its location just 26 km southeast of Freeport’s large Cerro Verde copper mine (the world’s fifth largest copper mine). It has never had any direct drilling and has abundant copper mineralization at surface and a coincident geophysical signature.

On March 1, 2024 Element 29 Receives Environmental Permit for Flor de Cobre Project and Announces Partnership with GlobeTrotters on Exploration Activiies

Flor de Cobre Project Summary

Flor de Cobre Project Map

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