Promontorio (BRI 100%): Copper-Gold-Silver
The Promontorio Project hosts two deposits with Mineral Resources totalling 2.9M tonnes containing 39,600 tonnes of copper at 1.4% Cu, 151,000 ounces of gold at 1.5g/t Au, and 3,260,000oz of silver at 35g/t Ag.
Promontorio is located in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua and comprises four mineral concessions covering 10,520 hectares. All four of these concessions are 100%-owned by Bendito.
The property is situated within a district containing numerous, multi-million-ounce gold-silver mines currently in operation, including the Ocampo, Pinos Altos, Coñcheno, Mulatos and Dolores mines, all located within 100km of the project.
The Promontorio deposits comprise high-sulphidation epithermal and hydrothermal breccia mineralisation and these mineralised bodies are sourced from an underlying copper-mineralised porphyry system. The wider Promontorio project area is recognised as having excellent potential for hosting more precious and base metal deposits.