Curraghinalt Project
Country Ireland 
Close to Omagh
Latitude / Longitude 54 N 43 / 7 W 06
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Curraghinalt Project
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Light
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Title(s) of the Curraghinalt Project
Tournigan Energy Limited
Owner: 100%
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Minco PLC.
Back in right: 2%
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Location of the Curraghinalt Project
The Curraghinalt property is located in County Tyrone in central Northern Ireland, approximately 127-km west of Belfast and approximately 15-km northeast of the town of Omagh.
History of the Curraghinalt Project
Ennex International plc (“Ennex”) began exploring for gold on the Licenses in the early 1980’s and drilled 17,783 metres in 255 drill holes plus 697 metres of underground development and 2,856 metres of surface trenching.
Geology of the Curraghinalt Project
The geology on the License consists primarily of the Mullaghcarn Formation, a Dalradian aged sequence of meta sedimentary rocks including pelites, semi-pelites, and psammites. Gold occurs in quartz veins ranging in thickness from a few centimeters  more...
Data last updated on : 12/5/2007
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