ISAM Holding | Emerald project
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Emerald project

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One of the most well known and studied deposits is that of Muzo, located 100 km from the north of Bogota; another two important mineralization Coscuez and Peñas Blancas, located 12 and 20 km from the north of the Muzo mine, respectively. The mineralization of Quipama, Yacopí and the Pita are also in this belt.

 

Our emerald mining concessions are mainly distributed in the two famous “L” shape faults “Rio Minero” and “Itoco” in the Colombia ́s historically emerald bearing belt “Western Emerald Belt” of the Muzo Mining District, which is estimated to hold about 60% of the world’s production. According to the Emerald Favorability Maps Developer by INGEOMINAS, concessions at the “L” shape faults lie precisely on areas of higher emerald exploration potential of Muzo, therefore implying a high potential of concentration of emerald mineralization of our licenses in the region.

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It corresponds to the municipalities of San Pablo de Borbur, Otanche, Maripi and Pauna. The main Geological Structures correspond to the faults of Río Minero, Peñas Blancas, San Martin, Florián, Tambrías and the Salina Fault System. Geological Formations correspond to Hilo, Furatena, Capotes and those of Interest Rosa Blanca and Muzo.

 

It corresponds to the municipalities of Yacopi, Victoria and Quípama. The main Geological Structures correspond to the Guadualito and Topaipi fault. The Geological Formations correspond to Hilo, Pacho, Furatena, Capotes and the one of Interest Muzo.

It corresponds to the municipalities of San pablo de Borbur, Otanche, Quípama, la Victoria, Muzo, Maripi, Paime y San Cayetano. The main Geological Structures correspond to the faults of Río Minero, Itoco, Peñas Blancas, Topaipi and Tambrías. The Geological Formations correspond to Hilo, Furatena, Capotes and the one of Interest Muzo.

 

It corresponds to the municipalities of Chivor and Ubala. The main Geological Structures correspond to the San Isidro fault. The Geological Formations correspond to Santa Rosa, Farallones Group, Lutitas de Macanal, Chivor and Ubala Formation.

 

It corresponds to the municipalities of Buena Vista, Muzo, Coper and Paime. The main Geological Structures correspond to the Río Minero fault. The Geological Formations correspond to Furatena, Capotes and the one of Interest Muzo.