The São Jorge project hosts near surface gold mineralization that is potentially amenable to open pit extraction and gravity-CIL processing. The project is 4 km west of Highway BR163 and is accessed by several gravel roads that cross the property.

Overview

The São Jorge project hosts near surface gold mineralization that is potentially amenable to open pit extraction and gravity-CIL processing. The project is 4 km west of Highway BR163 and is accessed by several gravel roads that cross the property. Eldorado Goldꞌs feasibility stage Tocantinzinho deposit and Serabiꞌs Palito mine, occur along the same major structural zone that hosts the São Jorge deposit. Gold mineralization at São Jorge is hosted in granitic rocks and is associated with northwest-southeast striking shear zones. The deposit is open at depth and is prospective to the southeast.

See Global Resource Statement page for assumptions and notes for each respective resource estimate.