Blue Rose Joint Venture

The Blue Rose copper-iron-gold-molybdenum property is located in the Olary Region of South Australia.  Entrée has a 56.31% interest in the property, with Giralia Resources Pty Ltd., now a subsidiary of Atlas Iron Limited, retaining a 43.69% interest. The property consists of one exploration licence totalling 716 square kilometres. 

Magnetite iron formations and a molybdenum copper target (Netley Hill) occur in the southern portion of the tenement while copper oxide mineralization (Blue Rose) and a gold target (Golden Sophia) are located in the northcentral area of the tenement. The Blue Rose property is underlain by the late Precambrian metasedimentary rocks of the Adelaide Geosyncline, which include siltstone, quartzite, limestone and iron formation of the Burra, Umberatana and Wilpena Groups. To the southeast of the property, these rocks have been intruded by the early Ordovician Anabama Granite (Netley Hill molybdenum-copper target). In October 2013, the Blue Rose joint venture filed a native title application under the South Australia Mining Act and the Wilyakali and Ngadjuri groups registered as native title claimants. A native title agreement was signed with the Wilyakali group in December 2013 and an agreement with the Ngadjuri group was signed in March 2014.


Cañariaco Project Royalty

In July 2015, the Company entered into an agreement with Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT) ("Candente") to acquire a 0.5% NSR royalty on Candente's 100% owned Cañariaco project in Peru. The Cañariaco project includes the Cañariaco Norte copper-gold-silver deposit, as well as the adjacent Cañariaco Sur and Quebrada Verde copper prospects, located within the western Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes in the Department of Lambayeque, Northern Peru.

Updated:  April 2017