Cioloș își servește stăpânii, goldsteinii ”canadieni” cu aur – ”the second largest gold deposit in Europe” s-a livrat, cretinilor de hipsteri de hăuleați cu Roșia Montană și ați cerut ”guvernul străzii”…
Toată lumea tranca tranca zi de zi, eroii tastaturii luptă de se rup, iar în timpul ăsta Cioloș muncește din greu pentru prosperitatea celor care l-au pus pe scaun, cu stiloul în mână. Ipochimenul semnează zi de zi din astea. Unde sunt cretinii urlători cu sticluțe de cola bio ce zdrângănesc pietricele și ”salvează” aurul românesc? Unde sunt protestatarii și manifestanții iubitori de patrimoniu românesc?
Poftim, Cioloș salvează aurul românesc direct în buzunarele goldsteinilor ”canadieni”…să vedem dacă măcar o singură publicație preia tema, că la povestea serviciilor aduse Moscovei de Cioloș chair absolut nimeni n-a percutat.
”Euro Sun mining company is focused on the exploration and development of its 100%-owned Rovina Valley gold and copper project located in west-central Romania, which hosts the second largest gold deposit in Europe.”
Euro Sun Granted New Prospecting Permit In Romania
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Oct. 18, 2016)
-Euro Sun Mining Inc., (TSX:ESM) (‘Euro Sun’ or the ‘Company’) is pleased to announce that it has obtained a new prospecting permit from Romania’s National Agency for Mineral Resources for the Stanija area, located approximately 3 kilometres east of its Rovina Valley Mining Licence, in west-central Romania. The Stanija property covers 42 square kilometres in the highly prolific Golden Quadrilateral mining district in the South Apuseni mountains. The permit is valid for three years and exploration work will begin immediately.
Extensive exploration activities were conducted in the Stanija area after the modern mining law became effective, in 1998; initially from 2000 to 2004 by European Goldfields, and again by Euro Sun’s subsidiary, SAMAX Romania SRL, in 2007. Based on results from this historical work, Euro Sun has already identified several exploration targets within the two target areas.
Stanija Western Target
Previous exploration work has intersected porphyry-style gold-copper mineralization in surface trenches, underground works, outcrop rock chip sampling, and RC and DDH drilling. Three areas within this western target will be subject to detailed geological mapping and rock chip sampling this quarter.
Stanija Eastern Target
Samax Romania SRL, European Goldfields and the Romanian State mining company had conducted extensive exploration within this target area which indicates porphyry-style mineralization at depth and mineralized epithermal vein-style mineralization at near surface. Euro Sun will conduct discrete soil geochemistry on these target areas with detailed surface mapping, rock chip sampling, and additional geophysics.
G. Scott Moore, President and CEO of Euro Sun Mining stated, ‘The granting of this new prospecting permit by the Romanian Government clearly demonstrates that the country is supportive to new mining projects. We have been in continuous dialogue with the government since taking over management in May of 2016 and feel we are well aligned with respect to the ratification of our mining licence, as well as our commitment to developing a sustainable long-life mining asset in Romania. In addition, the prospectivity of the Stanija area is enhanced by its proximity to our Rovina Valley Project for which a feasibility study is planned in 2017.’
Figure 1 – Stanija Prospecting Permit Location is available at the following link : http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/1072978_fig1.pdf
Recent Corporate Developments
In September 2016, Euro Sun successfully re-launched the Rovina Valley Project with a new brand identity and website. The Company graduated to the Toronto Stock Exchange on September 12, 2016 under its new ticker symbol, ESM. In parallel with the TSX listing, the Company implemented a share consolidation, resulting in approximately 50 million shares outstanding.
About Euro Sun Mining Inc.
Euro Sun is a Toronto Stock Exchange listed mining company focused on the exploration and development of its 100%-owned Rovina Valley gold and copper project located in west-central Romania, which hosts the second largest gold deposit in Europe.
Cioloș a cedat încă din octombrie 2016 goldsteinilor ”canadieni” a doilea cel mai mare zăcământ de aur din Europa, dar absolut nimeni nu s-a sesizat, serviciile mucles, presa mucles, ”sursele” mucles.
Am primit eu atenționarea de la un frend atent la detalii și o dau mai departe, să vedem cine publică, așa de curiozitate.
”Patrioticul” PSD când va veni la guvernare ar trebui să ia ia puricat tot ce a semnat nenorocitul ăla de Cioloș și să-i anuleze toate gheșefturile. Hai să vedem dacă o să facă asta.
”The Stanija property covers 42 square kilometres in the highly prolific Golden Quadrilateral mining district in the South Apuseni mountains.” – după explorare urmează…exploatare desigur.
Concesiunea de la Rovina este situată în Munţii Apuseni, la circa 20 de kilometri de Roşia Montană.
De sute de ani este cunoscut potențialul aurifer al zonei, apoi rușii au făcut hărți geo exacte, ca să știe cât ne fură, așadar explorarea este o formalitate. De fapt pe următorii trei ani, nimeni nu știe exact ce vor face goldsteinii în perimetrul ”lor” – ”the Stanija property”.
Pe property-u lor pot să pună de jur împrejur gard de cinșpe metri și să facă acolo ce vor mușchii lor. Până una alta au intrat pe bursă cu știrea, deci deja scot bani, în avans.
Povestea zonei este mai veche, goldsteinii au lucrat și cu Ponta care, generos, i-a scos din faliment.
”Ponta Government saves Carpathian Gold from bankruptcy by granting them the mining license for Rovina” – extras din presa străină, că aia ”românească” mucles.
Carpathian Gold – salvată de Ponta de faliment – deține și exploatarea Riacho dos Machados Gold din Brazilia, la care este singurul proprietar.
Subsidiara din România a Carpathian Gold, Samax România,este înregistrată la Baia Mare. SAMAX Romania srl este 100% owned by Euro Sun Mining.
”A Canadian company received a new mining license in Romania. Samax Romania, a subsidiary of Carpathian Gold received a gold and copper mining license, for 20 years in the Rovina area, 20 km away from Rosia Montana.
The new mining project proposes two open pit mines, with a diameter of 500-600 meters and depth of 300-400 meters each, thus exceeding even the dimensions of the proposed mine at Rosia Montana.”
Exploration, discovery and geology of the Rovina Valley porphyries, Romania
Randall Ruff, Carpathian Gold Inc., Toronto, Canada
The Rovina Valley Project (RVP) in west-central Romania lies within the historic gold-mining district known as the ‘Golden Quadrilateral’ (GQ) with estimated +55 Moz of gold produced since the Roman period (ca 2000 yrs ago). The bulk of this historic production has come from Neogene volcanic-hosted low-to-intermediate sulfidation epithermal veins. Since opening-up to western exploration companies, a further 12.5 Moz gold reserves have been defined associatedwith these systems. The GQ is also host to copper-porphyry deposits of similar age which can occur in proximity to the epithermal gold mineralization.
The RVP is comprised of three porphyry deposits occurring along a linear trend of North 20 degrees east. Carpathian Gold drilling, in 2007, discovered the Au-rich Colnic porphyry and defined a significant gold component in the previously-recognized Rovina porphyry.
Colnic occurs 2.5 km south of Rovina, with both containing small isolated outcrop occurrences of AuCu stockwork mineralization. Drilling in 2008 discovered the ‘blind’ Ciresata Au-rich porphyry
4.5 km south of Colnic where mineralization starts 50-100 m below the surface.
Carpathian employed traditional exploration techniques including surface geochemistry, magnetics and surface mapping. Critical field observations were important, including recognizing subtle
alteration features consistent with phyllic overprinting of earlier prograde porphyry alteration.
The Rovina, Colnic, and Ciresata porphyry deposits are centered on Neogene poly-phase subvolcanic intrusive centers of intermediate composition.
Each deposit has multiple mineralized intrusive phases with later phases more weakly mineralized and large phyllic alteration halos.
The gold grade and contained gold increases from north-to-south with Rovina considered a CuAu porphyry and Colnic and Ciresata Au-Cu porphyries.
In 2012, Carpathian completed a NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate update for the RVP.
On a consolidated basis, in the M+I resource categories, this resource estimate contains 7.2 Moz Au and 1.4 billion pounds of Cu within 406 Mt at an average grade of 0.55 g/t Au and 0.16% Cu using base-case cut-off grades (2012 Technical Report, SEDAR). Importantly, each of the three deposits has a higher-grade core that vectors outward toward lower grade. Ciresata, for example, at the higher cut-off grade of 1.0 g/t Au-equivalent, has M+I resource of 65 Mt at 1.01 g/t Au and 0.18% Cu
The high Au-grade of Colnic and Ciresata make them unique to the GQ and comparable to the Au-rich porphyry deposits of the Maricunga belt in Chile.