Mactung Project
Country Canada 
Province Yukon territory
Close to Tungsten
Latitude / Longitude 63 N 17 / 130 W 10
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Mactung Project
Status Risk : Feasibility
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Mactung Project
North American Tungsten Corp.
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Mactung Project
The Mactung property is located in the Selwyn Mountain Range and covers the area around Mt. Allan on the Yukon/NWT border, approximately eight kilometres northwest of MacMillan Pass. The nearest settlement accessible by road, Ross River, is 250 km away to the southwest along the Canol Road, a drive that takes about six hours.
History of the Mactung Project
The Mactung deposit was discovered in 1962 by James Allan, a geologist of Amax Northwest Mining Co. Ltd. (Amax), probably as a result of follow-up prospecting to a regional stream sediment survey carried out as part of the Ogilvy Reconnaissance Proje more...
Geology of the Mactung Project
The Mactung deposit is located in the eastern Selwyn Basin, an outer miogeoclinal basin that formed on the then western margin of the North American continent. The dominantly thin-bedded siliciclastic rocks (shale, chert, and basinal limestone) grade more...
Data last updated on : 4/27/2007
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