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Centenera Mining Drill Result Soon, #Copper Project In Argentina

Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018 4:33 PM EST

I recently returned from a hectic trip to Toronto for an annual mining industry investment conference known as PDAC.  I met with 28 companies and spoke to dozens of investors.  I expected to talk a lot about Lithium & Cobalt— how the sell-off in those sectors could be close to over, how demand forecasts keep rising in the face of uncertain long-term supply, etc.

Although there were plenty of discussions on the, “battery metals,” I was surprised by the universal excitement over a metal that’s old school, but also indispensable to the future of electric vehicles & renewable energies….  A metal that needs no further introduction…. #Copper

One of the best stories I heard at PDAC was an update from Keith Henderson M.Sc., CEO & Director of Centenera Mining Corp. [TSX-V: CT / OTC: CTMIF], an Argentina-focused company with attractive Copper (“Cu”) & Gold (“Au”) exploration projects.  Upon a positive change in Argentina’s government in late 2015, Centenera was quick to jump more actively into the country. 

Drilling is underway at the Company’s flagship project, and management believes that it’s going quite well.  The first assay is expected around the end of March.  

The crown jewel asset and primary focus of Centenera this year is the 100% controlled, near-surface Esperanza copper-gold project — (formerly known as the Huachi project) — an outcropping CuAu porphyry system with a blockbuster discovery that included a drill hole intersection of 353 meters grading 0.49% Cu Eq., (incl. 243 m at 0.57% Cu Eq. & 88 m at 0.69% Cu Eq.).  Mineralization outlined at surface and found in shallow drilling is open in all directions and at depth.  {see Corporate Presentation}

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