The AZRAR Project


The AZRAR Project

The AZRAR Project

  • Project consists of 8 licences covering 99.3 km2.
  • The Azrar Project is situated in the western Anti-Atlas Mountains, 155 km southeast of the port city of Agadir and 45 km southeast of the Tizert copper mine, which is operated by Managem Group.
  • The western Anti-Atlas is dominated by Palaeoproterozoic to Neoproterozoic age inliers overlain unconformably by Cambrian to recent sedimentary and volcanic sequences.
  • The Lower Cambrian Adoudounian Formation comprises sediments known to host significant sedimentary copper deposits in the Western and Central Anti-Atlas, including the Tizert mine.
  • The Tizert copper deposit is considered the largest copper deposit in the western Anti-Atlas, with resources estimated to be 57 Mt grading 1.03 % Cu and 23 g/t Ag.
ATN Aug 2023 Anti Atlas Cu low res
Aterian plc - Azrar Project

AZRAR : Reported Highlights

The AZRAR Project

Previously reported highlights for this Project are:

· High copper and silver grades were reported from outcrop sampling.

· Results include 3.79 % Cu and 23 g/t Ag in a fault breccia sample.

· Copper and silver mineralisation identified across 5 target areas.

· Work to date covers less than 50% of the Project area.

· Multiple occurrences of historic hard rock artisanal mining have been mapped.

· Potential for stratiform sediment-hosted and contact breccia copper-silver mineralisation.

Prospective green metal portfolio

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Primarily targeting Copper – Silver, in addition to Au, Sn, Zn & Pb

  • Projects are located mainly in the Anti-Atlas Mountains, as well as the High Atlas and Central Morocco.
  • The Anti-Atlas is highly prospective for sedimentary-hosted copper.
  • Tata Project: up to 2.05 % Cu from sediments, over 25 km of mineralised strike
  • Jebilet Est Project: up to 4.43 % Cu from quartz-carbonate vein swarm
  • Izougza Project: initial assay grades up to 8.37 % Cu in breccia
  • Azrar Project: initial assay grades up to 3.41 % Cu and 56 g/t Ag in breccia and 1 % Cu and 16 g/t Ag from ferruginous stratiform sample.
  • Jafra Project: up to 170 g/t Ag and 22.2 % Pb from quartz veins and fault beccias

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