Since 2009 our group is dedicated to search new frontiers for the growing placer gold mining industry of the Yukon. After the exploitation of the historical claims, today we are witnessing a strong demand for new mineable ground.
The higher gold price now offers the possibility for a successful mining of ‘low-grade’ areas, considered not economical when the price was 3-4 time lower.
This modern gold rush boosted the demand for new placer deposits and is pushing geologist and prospector to extend the boundaries of the historical goldfields, and also to re-open the doors to old properties neglected in the past for been considered ‘not rich enough’ when the price was at its lower peak. With this new gold price, many of the old/unexploited claims are now holding a great potential for successful investments.
For these reasons we decided to address our search in two main direction: 1) scouting for new ground outside the exploited Klondike Plateau and 2) test again the most promising of the old goldfields abandoned after the first gold rush, after WWI and WWII, or when the gold price was too low to mine it.
Our method of research combines historical information with geological analysis (bedrock geology, geochemistry, structural geology).
After passing through archives and minfiles, we choose only the creeks that are giving us serious reasons to start a research with good margins for success. Then we perform a previous analysis of geological maps/data and satellite pictures. Then again we start our field work: prospecting at first and afterwards performing extended bulk-sampling campaigns. Months of work and big investment of energies and men-power. Only the ground with the best results will be finally converted in a gold mine, with all the license and the permits in order to start a real gold production.
We use the latest technology and modern heavy equipment to perform our research. We have good geological background and years of direct knowledge of the Yukon territory.
Our work is to find the mining ground for your enterprise!