Faraday Copper brings experience of a senior mining company into the junior exploration space. As a result of our experience, intuition, and technical knowledge, we believe that Faraday Copper offers significant potential for growth relative to the junior exploration space.
At Faraday Copper, we are proud to pay tribute to the pioneering spirit of Michael Faraday, a scientist who changed the course of history with his groundbreaking discovery of electromagnetic induction. Michael Faraday's use of copper in his experiments was instrumental in this discovery, and it paved the way for the development of modern electircal power generation and distribution systems. Today, as we work towards a sustainable future, copper continues to be a vital component in the transition to clean energy. We see an opportunity to meet this demand with a new domestic U.S. supply of copper that will serve the needs of innovation for years to come.
Our mission is to support the global energy transition and promote a sustainable future through the responsible development of domestically sourced North American copper.
Within our project review process, we favoure properties that present low-risk, high-value return with a clear pathway to production. The Copper Creek Project has near-term potential in a top-tier mining jurisdiction with the support of over 200,000 meters of drilling. We have delievered a base case Preliminary Economic Assessment and a Technical Report for the Copper Creek Project, which forms an excellent basis for the future development of Copper Creek and is the beginning of the Faraday story. This base case forms a foundation on which the Company continues to add value through resource expansion, new discoveries on the property, the potential to add a gold by-product and various opportunities to increase the production capacity.
With senior-level experience from large mining companies, our team possesses a strong technical focus and a disciplined approach. We are building technical evaluations from the ground up. This starts with a robust geological model and is followed by comprehensive geotechnical exploration and detailed metallurgical test work programs.