Hat Porphyry Complex

Hat is a dynamic porphyry complex extended over an area of 3 x 4 kms. It hosts a cluster of porphyry copper-gold systems within a northwest trending structural corridor of intermediate andesitic volcanic and intrusive rocks. Hat is a classic example of alkalic porphyry copper-gold deposits in northwest British Columbia. The Cu-sulfide mineralization is associated with intense calc-potassic alteration and veins within multiple crosscutting stocks and dykes of augite-hornblende diorite intrusions in Anomaly B (Lisle zone), Anomaly E, A, C, D and the “Hoey zone” as our prime exploration targets.