Amarillo Project

Amarillo Property Exploration Update

Troubadour Mobilizes Field Crews to Amarillo Project, Southwestern B.C.

  • Troubadour Resources Inc. is pleased to announce it has mobilized field crews to its 100% owned Amarillo Cu-Au Porphyry project in southwestern B.C. (“Amarillo”).
  • The planned field work will consist of prospecting, geochemical sampling, geological mapping and a drone survey over high priority areas to further define drill targets for a follow-up exploration drill program commencing in the coming weeks.
  • The Amarillo remains the Troubadour’s flagship project and will be the focus of the Company’s exploration efforts for the foreseeable future.
  • Mapping and prospecting to be conducted in this phase of work will focus on the Trench and Cap anomalies, which will be priority targets for the forthcoming follow-up drill program.
  • The goal of the current field work is to further refine the drill targets and gain a better understanding of the significance of certain near surface geophysical anomalies.

In the Shadow of Copper Giants

The Amarillo Copper Property is strategically located in close proximity to major low cost copper producers which gives it a distinct advantage for future development potential.

The multi-element signature of the Amarillo Copper Project area is consistent with a large multi-phase mineralizing system and is acutely similar to some of the neighbouring world-class mining operations.

Troubadour Video Trench Anomaly IP

Troubadour Video Trench Anomaly IP

The Three Targets:

The Three Targets:

  1. Resistive ‘Lithocap’ Anomaly 
    • Pronounced, highly silicified and resistive ‘Lithocap’ or cap overlies a strong chargeability anomaly.
    • 1.6km to the Northeast of the Trench Anomaly.
  1. Copper Rich Skarn Deposit
    • 2018 exploration program increased the tungsten soil anomaly to 4km long by 3km wide.
    • Tungsten anomaly is closely coincident with magnetic high.
    • Multiple large Skarn targets
  1. North Copper Anomaly
    • Outcrop of copper-bearing veins adjacent to existing forestry road.
    • Porphyry-style veins hosted in rock in direct contact with porphyry dike.
    • Intense vein-related potassium and silica alteration associated with copper.

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