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caza gold corp (CZY) Details

Caza Gold Corp., an exploration stage company, acquires, evaluates, explores, exploits, and develops precious metal properties in Latin America. It holds 100% interests in various gold exploration projects in Mexico and Nicaragua. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2007

caza gold corp (CZY) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: C$75.9K
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Fi...
Total Annual Compensation: C$105.5K
Vice President of Exploration
Total Annual Compensation: C$150.1K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

caza gold corp (CZY) Key Developments

Caza Gold Corp. Commences Exploration on Piedra Iman and Las Lajas Projects, Nicaragua

Caza Gold Corp. announced the commencement of the 2015 exploration programs on the Piedra Iman Project near Villa Nueva, and the Las Lajas Project near Tecolostote in Nicaragua. In addition, exploration work continues on the Los Andes Project near Boaco. Piedra Iman: Piedra Iman is part of the 7947 hectare Aguas Calientes concession near Villa Nueva in northern Nicaragua. The Aguas Calientes concession is 100% owned by Caza. Initial work has identified a copper and gold anomaly on the surface covering an area of approximately 800 meters by 400 meters. Values up to 1.0% Cu and 11.0 g/t Au have been obtained from rock chip samples within a granodiorite intrusive complex. The periphery of the system is mostly covered, although copper minerals have been identified in road cuts and the mineralization appears to cover an area of several kilometers. Caza's geologists believe the mineralization may be related to a porphyry style copper gold system or an intrusive breccia system. Caza's work plan at Piedra Iman includes detailed outcrop mapping and sampling of the main area of exposed mineralization as well as work along the periphery to help determine the extent of the system. To the southwest of the Piedra Iman target, previous work has identified a number of gold anomalies in stream sediment and reconnaissance rock samples. Numerous older workings in this area suggest there is mineralization associated with a regional trend of quartz veins. Upon completion of the work at Piedra Iman, Caza plans to do follow-up reconnaissance prospecting on these anomalies. Las Lajas: Las Lajas is a copper-gold target some 12 kilometers northwest of the town of Tecolostote, in the Boaco Department, Nicaragua. The prospect lies within the 12,178 hectare La Borbona concession, and is 100% owned by Caza. The Las Lajas prospect occurs within a two kilometer northwest trending zone of altered andesitic volcanic rocks. Work to date has defined a two by two kilometer copper-in-soils anomaly with anomalous gold in places. Copper values up to 250 ppm were identified within the soil grid with gold-in-soils up to 40 ppb Au. Rock chip samples have copper assays up to 364 ppm Cu. Caza's geologists believe the alteration and mineralization at Las Lajas may represent the upper reaches of a porphyry copper-gold system. The Company plans to do detailed outcrop mapping.

Caza Gold Corp. Commences 2015 Drilling on Los Andes Project, Nicaragua

Caza Gold Corp. announced commencement of the 2015 drilling program on the Los Andes Project near Boaco, Nicaragua. The Los Andes Project is a district-scale exploration area covering over 6,500 hectares (65 sq. km). Exploration by Caza has identified a number of high-sulfidation epithermal centers within the district as well as low-sulfidation epithermal veins along the periphery. Tertiary andesitic volcanic rocks associated with multiple intrusive rocks and caldera complexes host alteration and Au-Ag mineralization. The Company has identified several targets along a structural corridor over 11 km long. Au-Ag mineralization has been identified on surface associated with silicification, argillic alteration, breccia pipes, and diatremes. The 2015 drilling program is underway at the Esperanza target discovered earlier this year in the southern part of the Los Andes Project. Mapping at Esperanza identified a large zone of alteration centered on a northwest trending fault zone in Tertiary volcanic rocks. The alteration zone, some 400 m long by over 100 m wide, has primarily massive silicification along with brecciation. The Company plans to drill two scout holes on this target then move the drill to the San Francisco prospect. At the San Francisco prospect the Company plans to follow-up on anomalous gold results from last year's trenching and drilling. Gold values up to 6.5 g/t Au have been encountered in surface sampling, while drilling and trenching encountered quartz-carbonate veins up to 6 meters wide. Additional detailed mapping, sampling, and structural interpretation were completed on this prospect early in 2015.

Caza Gold Releases Results of Aeromagnetic Survey over Los Andes Project, Nicaragua

Caza Gold Corp. provided an update on results of the airborne magnetic survey completed on the Los Andes Project near Boaco, Nicaragua. The Los Andes project is located one hour east of Managua along the Pan American highway and is close to major infrastructure. The Los Andes Project is a district-scale exploration area covering over 6,500 hectares (65 sq. km). Exploration by Caza has identified a number of high-sulfidation epithermal centers within the district as well as low-sulfidation epithermal veins along the periphery. Tertiary andesitic volcanic rocks associated with multiple intrusive rocks and caldera complexes host alteration and Au-Ag mineralization. The Company has identified several targets along a structural corridor over 11 km long. Au-Ag mineralization has been identified on surface associated with silicification, argillic alteration, breccia pipes, and diatremes.

 

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