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The project includes the Sanoula exploration permit covering 31.5 km2. Robex owns 100% of the permits and 1% NSR is liable.
It is located around 58km NNW of the town of Kenieba and 120km south of the city of Kaye, which is accessible by trails.
Geologically, it is located in the northern part of the Kédougou Kéniéba window, in the inferior Proterozoic age Birrimian bedrock, which can be found in the central and northern part of the gold deposits of Sadiola, Loulo and Tabakoto. The project is located on the Senegalese-Malian Accident (ASM), which marks the boundary between the Kofi formation to the east and the Kéniébandi Formation in the West, and is located between the Sadiola, 56km NNW, and Loulo, 26km SSE, deposits.
The licensed area has been explored in detail since 2000, soil geochemistry, geophysics, geology, and surveys found a linear gold mineralized area. Approximately CAD $ 1 million has been invested on that permit in the past and Robex invested CAD 0.1 million since 2005.
The area was drilled in 2006 and 2007 following the discovery of a geochemical anomaly associated with a resistivity anomaly. A total of 966 meters was drilled; the mineralization intersection is contained in a highly distorted sedimentary tourmaline formation. Gold occurs mainly in strongly dipped pyritized quartz veins, in moderately silicified tourmaline enclosed rock. This type of gold mineralization characterizes the Loulo deposit.