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Pan Global gets access to Torrubia copper target in Spain

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Pan Global Resources was able to negotiate access to the Torrubia copper target in the Aguilas project, located near the city of Cordoba in southern Spain.

In a media statement, the Vancouver-based company said that being able to enter Torrubia provides access to approximately 1.9 kilometres of strike with the widest and strongest soil copper geochemistry in the north part of the Torrubia trend, with rock grab samples of up to 8.4% Cu in boulders and 1.2% Cu in outcrop.

This northern soil copper anomaly wasn’t tested whilst access to the area was being negotiated.

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“The company is pleased to have resolved access with the landowner to the highest priority part of the Torrubia copper target. The recently completed drilling shows copper increasing towards this area associated with IOCG breccia style mineralization. We look forward to drilling the target in 2019,” Tim Moody, President and CEO of Pan Global, said in the press release.

According to Moody, five drill holes are planned for this year at the 16,333-hectare property.

Source: mining.com

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