Goff Corporation’s agreement with Geoconsultora Fenix gives the Company the caliber of in country expertise and exploration capabilities that are required to fully exploit the highly prospective mineral opportunities on our leases. - W. Calasse, President
Medellin, Colombia (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
Goff Corporation’s ("Goff" or “the Company”) (OTCQB: GOFF) wholly owned subsidiary Golden Glory Resources S.A. has entered a Technical Services Agreement with Geoconsultora Fenix, S.A.S, a leading Colombian based geological and mineral exploration firm. The agreement covers all aspects of mining exploration on Golden Glory Resources’ leases on LGC15011 or the “La Frontera Gold Project” in Caldas, Colombia.
The technical services to be applied by Geoconsultora Fenix include on site soil sampling and analysis, satellite interpretation, cross-cut diamond drilling and analysis, environmental compliance, technical support and in-depth reporting up to and including additional NI43-101 compliant Technical Reports and resource estimates as warranted.
The professional personnel spearheading the efforts are all senior personnel with years of experience on the ground in Colombia working with local mining companies in the region. The project head is Ricardo Valls, P.Geo., M. Sc., who also prepared and authored the March 2013 NI43-101 compliant report on the La Frontera Gold Project.
Ricardo Valls, P.Geo., M. Sc., is a professional geologist with over thirty years in the mining industry. He has extensive geological, geochemical, managerial skills, and a solid background in research techniques, and training of technical personnel.
Mr. Valls has been involved in various exploration projects worldwide, most recently in Colombia. His proven strengths include acquisition of new properties, geochemical and geological studies, management and organization, geomathematical analysis and modeling, compositional data analysis, structural studies, database design, QA&QC studies, exploration studies and writing technical reports. Among his recent achievements Mr. Valls sold Calvista Gold Corporation to AUX Colombia in December 2012.
Dr. Jorge Cruz Martín, the firm’s VP of Exploration, will join Mr. Valls. He obtained his Ph.D. degrees in Economic Geology from Spain in 2001 and Cuba in 2009.
Dr. Cruz has almost 30 years of international mining experience, having worked before for different Canadian companies in Latin America. He has also worked as the main consultant of the Geological Department of Bolivia and Venezuela, collaborated many years with the Geological Survey department of Brazil and was in charge of evaluating all the mining resources in Cuba between 1996 and 2004.
Most recently, Dr. Cruz played an essential role as part of the exploration team at Calvista Gold Corporation in the California district of Colombia.
The resource manager for this project will be Mr. Abdiel Diaz Carmona, M.Sc., an experienced geologist and mining engineer.
Mr. Diaz Carmona has almost 30 years of international experience, having worked internationally for companies in Cuba, Italy and Peru. He has direct experience in mining, mine design as well as expertise in the estimation of resources and reserves using Gemcom, Whittle 3D and other mining-related software packages. He also has expertise in geomathematical modeling and statistical analysis.
Geoconsultora Fenix also expects to utilize several local geologists that have been trained directly by the company in accordance to the CIM Best Practices.
Goff Corporation President Warwick Calasse states, “Goff Corporation’s agreement with Geoconsultora Fenix gives the Company the caliber of in country expertise and exploration capabilities that are required to fully exploit the highly prospective mineral opportunities on our leases. We have engaged the firm initially to carry out every aspect of the Phased Exploration Program on the La Frontera Gold Project. We intend to utilize all of their capacity and develop a strong working relationship that will set our course for any future exploration development and work in Colombia. It’s an excellent fit for both our companies.”
Golden Glory Resources’ leases on LGC15011 or the “La Frontera Gold Project” are comprised of 1227 hectares of mineral leases in the Aguadas area, Department of Caldas, located about 60 kilometers south of Medellin in Northern Colombia.
About Goff Corporation
Goff Corporation is a U.S.-based public company. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Golden Glory Resources S.A. is engaged in gold exploration with a view to developing highly prospective gold projects. The Company’s primary interest is the LGC15011 or “La Frontera” Gold Project in Aguadas, Dept. Of Caldas, Colombia. The project is being assessed for its potential as a low-grade, large bulk tonnage gold and silver prospect. Colombia is currently one of the leading gold mining areas in the world producing over 55,509 kilograms of gold (2011), primarily from the region where Goff’s subsidiary Golden Glory Resources holds leases on the La Frontera Property.
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