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Gramalote Information

  • General 2015-05-10
    The Gramalote property is contained within and underlain by medium- to coarse-grained tonalite and granodiorite of the Cretaceous Antioquian Batholith. Gold mining in the Gramalote area has been carried out since Pre-Colombian times to the present. The mineralization at the Gramalote property consists of intrusive hosted, structurally controlled quartz and quartz-pyrite veining and stockwork associated with carbonate-sericite, quartz-sericite and potassic alteration.

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Nearby Location News

  • Brazil Resources lifts Colombia project resource 2016-11-01
    Vancouver-based Brazil Resources has filed a technical report with Canadian securities regulators outlining a significant gold resource at its Titiribi gold/copper project, located in Antioquia Department, Colombia. According to the company, the Titiribi resource estimate comprises 4.63-million ounces gold in the measured and indicated categories, grading 0.5 g/t, with 3.25-million ounces gold grading 0.49 g/t in the inferred category at a 0.3 g/t gold cutoff.
  • Antioquia Announces Cisneros Project Update 2016-10-05

    CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Oct. 5, 2016) - Antioquia Gold Inc. ("Antioquia" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:AGD) wishes to report on progress at its Cisneros Project in Colombia. The following is a summary of additional milestones that have been achieved at the Cisneros Project:

  • Gran Colombia Gold Resumes Normal Operations in Segovia 2016-09-30

    TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - September 29, 2016) - Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (the "Company") (TSX: GCM) (OTC PINK: TPRFF) announced today that the civil situation in Segovia and Remedios in the Department of Antioquia, Colombia, has come to a peaceful conclusion following extensive discussions between representatives of the national and regional governments, the Company and the local mining collective that instigated the civil strike last week which impeded the Company's workers from safely reporting to work. To resolve the situation, the parties agreed to create a Mesa Institucional, a roundtable with representatives from all parties, to analyze and propose solutions to improve social and economic matters in Segovia and Remedios. In addition, the Company will continue its negotiations with each of the illegal mines located within the Company's mining title at its Segovia Operations to enter into contractual relations similar to those it has with 41 other mining cooperatives working within its mining title. The first set of negotiations, supported by USAID and/or the government of Antioquia acting as moderator, will commence in the second week of October with representatives of the Cogote mine.

  • Gran Colombia Gold Resumes Normal Operations in Segovia 2016-09-30

    TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - September 29, 2016) - Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (the "Company") (TSX: GCM) (OTC PINK: TPRFF) announced today that the civil situation in Segovia and Remedios in the Department of Antioquia, Colombia, has come to a peaceful conclusion following extensive discussions between representatives of the national and regional governments, the Company and the local mining collective that instigated the civil strike last week which impeded the Company's workers from safely reporting to work. To resolve the situation, the parties agreed to create a Mesa Institucional, a roundtable with representatives from all parties, to analyze and propose solutions to improve social and economic matters in Segovia and Remedios. In addition, the Company will continue its negotiations with each of the illegal mines located within the Company's mining title at its Segovia Operations to enter into contractual relations similar to those it has with 41 other mining cooperatives working within its mining title. The first set of negotiations, supported by USAID and/or the government of Antioquia acting as moderator, will commence in the second week of October with representatives of the Cogote mine.

  • Brasil Resources unveils high-grade multimillion-ounce resource at Colombia project 2016-09-15
    Two weeks after closing the acquisition of the Titiribi gold/copper project, in central Colombia, Brazil Resources has published a maiden multimillion-ounce and high-grade resource estimate on the deposit. Vancouver-headquartered Brazil Resources announced a National Instrument 43-101-compliant resource estimate totalling 4.63-million ounces gold in the measured and indicated categories, and an inferred resource of 3.25-million ounces gold at a 0.3 g/t gold cutoff.

Gramalote News

  • Gramalote gets environmental licence 2015-12-18
    Gold project passes significant environmental hurdle in Colombia

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