La Zarza Project
La Zarza
Country Spain 
Province Huelva
Close to Huelva
Surface 13 km² / 3,163 acres
Latitude / Longitude 37 N 45 / 6 W 57
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Risk and valuation analysis of the La Zarza Project
Status Risk : Mine development
Country Risk : Light
Title(s) of the La Zarza Project
Ormonde Mining PLC
Interest: 100%
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Location of the La Zarza Project
The Project comprises a group of 58 Mining Concessions covering a total area of 12.8 square kilometres in the Iberian Pyrite Belt mining district in southwest Spain, some 50 kilometres north of Huelva and 90 kilometres northwest of Seville.
History of the La Zarza Project
La Zarza was historically mined for pyrite from a large massive sulphide body (>110 Mt) by both open pit and underground mining. Unexploited gold and copper resources were evaluated by SEIEMSA, a subsidiary company of La Source (a joint venture in t more...
Geology of the La Zarza Project
The overall geology at La Zarza consists of a sequence of volcanics and sediments which dip steeply to the north and which host the massive volcanogenic sulphides, which are up to 110 metres thick. This sequence is cut by steeply dipping thrusts which lie parallel to the stratification.
Data last updated on : 2/6/2008
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