A Mineral Exploration Company With a Focus on World Class Deposits
Canamex Resources Corp. (Canada: TSX.V:CSQ) (US: OTCQX:CNMXF) (Frankfurt: FSE:CX6) is focused on two gold exploration projects: Nevada Bruner Gold Project, USA and Aranka North Gold Project, Guyana, South America.
The Nevada Bruner Gold Project is located in central Nevada, about 45 miles northwest of the Round Mountain Mine which has produced over 10 million ounces of gold over a 30 year period. Historic production at Bruner includes approximately 100,000 ounces at an average grade of 0.56 ounces per ton. On July 18, 2012, the company announced what is believed to be the best intercept ever drilled at the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada. Drill hole B-1201 intersected 360 feet grading 0.119 oz/ton (118.11 meters of 4.08 gpt) Au between 290-650 feet, including 5 feet grading 3.864 oz/ton (1.64 meters of 132.5 gpt) Au between 455-460 feet. In addition, the drill hole intersected 55 feet grading 0.045 opt Au between 180-235 feet located above the thicker and higher-grade 360 foot intercept. Mineralization at this depth could be accessible by open pit.
The Aranka North property consists of 98,057 acres in a highly prospective gold region on trend with major gold discoveries by Guyana Goldfields at Aurora, Sulphur Rose and Aranka and Sandspring Resources at Toroparu. There are active alluvial gold mining operations within Canamex’s land package, and initial interpretive work on airborne magnetic and radiometric data has identified 15 large, discrete anomalies, all of which have dimensions of two to four kilometers long and one to three kilometers wide, within large shear zones which bear similarities to the shear zones that host some of the major multi-million ounce gold deposits in Guyana and adjacent Suriname.