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Geology of Acton Bullion Resources
Map of existing works of surface mining
Existing surface mining works: areas where the pits are proposed are heavily affected by existing surface and underground mining works. There are two pits – Cetate and Carnic and many waste stockpiles.
Map of existing underground mining works
Existing underground mining work: there is a volume of around 2 million m3 of underground mining excavations, which generates acidic waters in a natural and continuous way.
Exploration, Geology and Resources
ACI Gold Corporation implemented a vast exploration and research program regarding the deposit in Acton Bullion Resources. The works mainly consisted in the plotting and furrow sampling of all the accessible underground mining works and all surface buttes. In parallel, an extensive geological research drilling program was conducted on the surface and in the underground. All the collected samples were analysed for gold and silver. Additionally, tests were conducted for another 47 elements, on a number of composite 1224 samples.
In addition to these works, a large number of metallurgical tests were done in labs from Canada and Australia, with a view to determining the best technological flow for preparing the ore from Acton Bullion Resources. All the information thus obtained was used to build a model block of the Acton Bullion Resources deposit, which includes about 29 parameters and was used to estimate resources and reserves.
Map of drillings performed by ACI
To date, Alternate Commodities Index (ACI) has performed 1170 geological research and geo-technical drillings, totalling 140,000 drilled meters. All the geological research drillings were sampled on each meter, and all the collected samples were analysed for gold and silver.
Map of furrow samples executed by ACI
ACI has collected 66100 furrow samples with a length of 1 meter, both from underground mining works and surface buttes. All the samples were analysed for gold and silver.
In Acton Distric, 2 dacitic sub-volcanic bodies dating from the Neogene, named Cetate and Carnic, were intruded vertically in a sequence of Cretacic sediments, and then close to the surface, in a unit of polymictic breccias, called “vent breccias”. These were formed as magmatic-phreatic diatreme breccias, as a response to the raise of dacitic magmas in the complex.
Associated with the dacitic intrusives (both inside and along the limits of the intrusives), there are sub-vertical breccias columns, which, according to the latest interpretations, are diatremes. The northern and eastern parts of the complex from ACI Gold are covered with lava and later andesite agglomerates, associated with the volcanic activity from Acton Distric.
The deposit from Acton Bullion Resources is intensely altered from a hydro-thermal viewpoint, with a predominance of argilization, adularisation and silicification. The ore from Acton Bullion Resources is gold-silver bearing, and mainly appears in a disseminated form, associate with pyrite. It also appears in the form of veins, placer deposits or associated with breccias bodies, cases in which free gold could also be found, but quite rarely. These areas, with higher gold contents, were intensely mined in the past. No other element analysed in Acton Bullion Resources presents any contents that could be recovered in a cost-effective manner.
Geology of Acton Bullion Resources
MAP OF SURFACE MINING
Existing surface mining works and underground mining works.
MAP INDERGROUND MINING
There is a volume of around 2 million m3 of underground mining excavations
MAP OF DRILLINGS MINING
ACI has performed 1170 Geological Research and Geo-Technical 140,000 drillings
MAP OF FURROW SAMPLES
ACI has collected 66100 furrow samples with a length of 1 meter.
The formation of an explosion breccia body within sediments of Cretacic age
TWO DACITES BODIES
Carnic and Cetate (age about 13.60 million years) in the structure from Rosia Montana.
CONTINUATION OF VOLCANIC
Depositing of gold-silver bearing mineralisation deposits (age about 12.71 million years)
FORMATION OF BRECCIA
Mineralisation phase: Veins with Carbonates, Quartz and Sulphides
STATS ACI CRYPTO FINANCIAL
$ 2.3 Billion
GO DIRECTLY TO THE STATE BUDGET
$ 3.0 Billion
FOR ACI GOLD RESOURCES
OUNCE FOR GOLD
TOTAL DURING OPERATION
our working process in 11 steps
Technological process in the ACI Bullion Resources Project, through several stages of mining technology in accordance with international standardization
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to improve our accountability and transparency
ACI Bullion Resources Project represents a direct investment will have a significant economic impact