ABOUT WORLD COPPER
We are focused on the exploration
and development of world-class
copper assets in Chile and USA.
ABOUT WORLD COPPER
World Copper is an oxide copper focused exploration and development company with two proven resources, one in Chile, and one in Arizona.
The world is renewing interest in copper as it is the prime metal used in electrification. From cellular devices to Electric Vehicles, copper is everywhere and demand will only continue to grow.
Combining two exciting copper exploration projects in Chile: World Copper’s Cristal property in Northern Chile and Trimetals’ Escalones project just south of Santiago.
The Escalones resource is 426 million tonnes of 0.367% copper representing, over 3.4 billion pounds of copper, with a recently established PEA of $1,499.6 million with a post-tax NPV using $3.60 copper. This makes Escalones the largest oxide copper project in development in Chile.
Both Escalones’ and Zonia’s oxide copper resources have tremendous potential for tonnage expansion in the upcoming drill programs.
World’s team has build an unique skill to navigate the mining scene in Chile with substantial Capital experience and broad-based shareholder support
We are actively combining two exciting oxide copper projects in two of the world’s best mining jurisdictions, Chile and Arizona.
The Zonia resource, 160 kilometres from Phoenix, Arizona, has an established Preliminary Economic Assessment with a net present value of $447 million using $4 copper.
Escalones’ and Zonia’s oxide copper resources would both use a Heap Leach Mining Method, one of the most environmentally-friendly copper mining methodologies available.
The Escalones copper porphyry-skarn deposit has a NI 43-101 resource estimate and recently established PEA, with significant expansion potential.
Zonia is located 160 kilometres from Phoenix, Arizona, has an established Preliminary Economic Assessment with a net present value of $447 million using $4 copper
John Drobe P.Geo., World Copper’s Exploration Manager, and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed the technical information that forms the basis for this webpage