Led by an experienced production team, Telson Resources has an advanced stage gold & silver project in Mexico. Telson plans to be in production by year’s end – becoming the next new producer in Mexico.
Telson Resources is a Canadian-based junior resource company focused on the development towards production during 2017 of its advanced stage Tahuehueto gold-silver project in northwestern Durango State, Mexico. The 7,492-hectare property covers at least 12 mineralized zones hosted within a structurally controlled epi-thermal system that has been traced for more than 6 km. Exploration programs have confirmed significant gold-silver mineralization with associated base metals at many of these zones.
Telson Resources controls 100% of the Tahuehueto Project through a 99%-owned subsidiary, and acquired the district-scale property for its potential to host multiple deposits and discoveries. The project lies within the Sierra Madre mineral belt, which hosts most of Mexico’s producing mines and active exploration and development projects, and has geological similarities to epi-thermal deposits being exploited in nearby mining districts. In addition to vast geological potential, Mexico offers the advantages of social and political stability and a favorable investment climate.
Telson Resources is managed by a team experienced in mining engineering, metallurgy and geology plus other mining professionals employed and committed to adding value to Tahuehueto and increasing shareholder returns through cost-effective programs conducted in a socially and environmentally progressive manner. Management has set a targeted goal of reaching commercial production at Tahuehueto near the end of 2017. Initial production is targeted at 550 tonnes per day and management intends to potentially double that production during the first year of mining operations.
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