Inca Minerals receives archaeological clearance to progress with project
ICG’s Declaracion de Impacto Ambiental drill permit has now been published on the Ministerio de Energia y Minas’ electronic portal.
The archaeological clearance with ICG receiving its Certificate of the Non-Existence of Archaeological Remains (CIRA) signifies a major step forward in the Peruvian permitting process.
ICG is now able to confidently move forward with its exploration plans.
The drill permit application includes an allowance for up to 14,000 metres of drilling on 20 drill platforms and almost 3,000 trenches.
As results are some way off, those looking at ICG as a potential stock for their portfolio should seek professional financial advice.
Ross Brown, Managing Director of ICG said: “Receipt of the CIRA is one of the milestones signalling strong progress with our drill permit application. While there are more (milestones) to achieve, we can aggressively pursue our strategy to find, refine and define drill targets, confident there will be no cultural or archaeological challenges moving forward.”
With its third mapping and sampling exploration complete at Riqueza, further results from ICG’s program are expected to be out within 10-14 days.