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About This Webinar
Chakana Copper cordially invites you to join CEO David Kelley for a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday January 13th at 11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific. David will be giving a presentation on Chakana Copper and providing a corporate update on recent drill results and strategy for the Company. The presentation will be followed by a live question and answer session where attendees will be able to ask any questions they may have.

Chakana Copper Corp. is a Canadian based minerals exploration company that is currently advancing the expanded Soledad copper-gold-silver project in the Ancash region of the highly prolific Miocene mineral belt of Peru. The Soledad Project consists of high-grade copper-gold-silver mineralization hosted in tourmaline breccia pipes. Chakana is well into its fully-funded 15,000 m Phase III drill program at Soledad (which started August 15th, 2020) that has featured a number of promising results from the Paloma East and West targets and the Company has now commenced drilling on the Huancarama target. Chakana expects to commission a maiden resource estimate for Soledad in 2021.
Agenda
  • Update on Recent Drilling and Corporate Activities (30 - 40 min)
  • Live Q&A With President & CEO David Kelly (20 min)
Presenter
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    David Kelley
    President & CEO - Chakana Copper Corp.
    Mr. Kelley is an economic geologist and exploration geochemist with more than 25 years of international exploration experience throughout the Americas, Central Asia and Australasia. Most recently David was responsible for developing the exploration program at Las Bambas for MMG as the General Manager Exploration - Americas. Prior to this he worked for Oz Minerals, Zinifex, Newmont, WMC, BHP, Westmont Mining and Gold Standard. He was directly involved in the discovery of the Zuun Mod Mo-Cu deposit in Mongolia, the Wayamaga Au deposit in French Guiana, and the High Lake East VHMS deposit in Nunavut. He obtained a B.Sc. degree in geology from Colorado State University in 1985 and an M.Sc. degree in geology/geochemistry from the Colorado School of Mines in 1989. He is a past President of both the Society of Economic Geologists Foundation and the Association of Applied Geochemists