/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Untitled.jpg 662 1184 a.paul.gaudet /wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Aurania.Resources.340x156-2.1.png a.paul.gaudet2019-03-06 15:29:472020-04-01 11:24:54Swiss Resource Capital Interviews Dr. Keith Barron at PDAC 2019 Conference
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Aurania’s CEO, Dr. Keith Barron is interviewed by Mr. Jochen Staiger, of Swiss Resource Capital during the International Precious Metals conference in Munich, Germany. Dr. Barron discusses the Company’s recent high-grade copper results and how exploration results to date indicate that the Cutucu region could be a multi-mineral belt similar to the adjacent Cordillera de Condor that contains large gold, copper-gold and copper deposits.
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Aurania’s CEO Dr. Keith Barron provides a mid-year update to Mr. Jochen Staiger at Swiss Resource Capital.
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Swiss Resource Capital covers Aurania's Lost Cities - Cutucu Project through a video presentation on Commodity TV.
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Dr. Keith Barron, Chairman and CEO discusses the history behind Aurania's Lost Cities - Cutucu Project in Ecuador and the encouraging exploration results that have been received to date. Dr. Barron also explains how twelve years of historical research, including specific information noted in a 1628 Text from the Vatican library, led to obtaining 208,000 hectares of exploration concessions in the highly prospective Cordillera de Cutucu.