Australian company Blina Minerals aims to diligently work at the Maintirano copper project based in Madagascar as several samples collected from this area during the last observation show excellent results. In particular, specialists registered 37.5% copper and 33ppm silver in one of 59 fragments.
According to the statement made by the company, the results have provided further encouragement that mineralisation at Maintirano is similar to the one at the Keweenaw Copper Province in Michigan — one of the most notable places in the industry, where 11 billion pounds of refined copper was produced from ores grading between 1.5% and 3% copper over a 100 year period.
In the near future the company is going to deliver airborne surveys to the Maintirano which will help in project development. With new technology assistance Blina hopes to discover other copper veins or even deposits.