Cononish (Fynegold) Project
Cononish (Fynegold)
Country U.K. 
Close to Scotland
Latitude / Longitude 56 N 27 / 4 W 43
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Cononish (Fynegold) Project
Status Risk : Mine development
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Cononish (Fynegold) Project
ScotGold Resources Limited
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Cononish (Fynegold) Project
The project is located in the Grampian Highlands of mid-western Scotland. The Cononish gold and silver deposit forms the core economic basis of the Company’s Grampian Project. The deposit is located on Cononish Farm within the north-western extremity of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and lies about 90km northwest of Glasgow.
History of the Cononish (Fynegold) Project
The Cononish gold and silver deposit was fi rst delineated by diamond drilling carried out between 1985 and 1988 and an underground development program was commenced in 1990. A total of 1280m of underground adit development was also completed, of which 590m was driven on the vein.
Geology of the Cononish (Fynegold) Project
The Cononish gold and silver vein is hosted by a meta-sedimentary sequence of pelites, psammites and calcareous rocks of the Appin and Argyll groups belonging to the Dalradian Supergroup. The gold and silver occurs within a steeplydipping quartz vein more...
Production Objectives
GOLD (oz)6,2006,2006,200
Data last updated on : 6/30/2008
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