Copper Creek Project

Copper Creek is a vast, 3-kilometer-long porphyry copper deposit located in Pinal County, less than two hours northeast of Tucson, Arizona.

The Copper Creek Project is located within a prolific mining district with nearby resources and infrastructure.

The property is located in the heart of the prolific southwestern North America porphyry copper province. It lies at the intersection of a major northwest-trending belt, which includes the well-known copper mines in the Miami-Globe and Ray mining districts, with a major east-northeast trending copper belt made evident by the former BHP Kalamazoo Mine in San Manuel, Arizona. The Project consists of approximately 65 square kilometers and has a rich history of exploration and mining across patented and unpatented claims. The area is politically-secure and has access to established mining infrastructure.

Key Project Details

Through our advanced exploration methods and deep understanding of resource development, we’ve demonstrated that the combination of high-grade breccia deposits along with large-scale porphyry deposits has the potential for a significant, low-cost long-life copper operation.

  • ~73 square kilometer property, 100% owned by Faraday Copper
  • ~3-kilometer-long resource area, open in all directions
  • Copper Creek hosts multiple breccia and porphyry copper deposits
  • More than 560 drill holes and over 200,000 meters of drilling to date
  • Over 300 known breccias, with less than 40 drill-tested, and 17 included in the Mineral Resource Estimate

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