Orogen holds 2% NSR royalty
Owned by Heliostar Metals
La Lola is owned by Heliostar Metals and Orogen holds a 2% NSR royalty.
La Lola is a large 6,301-hectare land package located ten kilometers southeast of the town of Esqueda, Sonora in the Sierra Madre in northern Sonora State.
Located within an emerging low to intermediate sulphidation epithermal. The project covers the La Barra vein, a five-kilometre long manganiferous calcite-fluorite vein with elevated gold, silver, and mercury values in flexures along the strike of the vein. Margins of the La Barra vein also display lattice-bladed quartz after calcite.
Collectively, widespread clay alteration and low temperature vein textures suggesting only minor erosion, these features are indicative of the higher levels of an epithermal vein system.
Potential exists for epithermal gold-silver targets at depth, none of which have been tested by drilling.
A news release published by Heliostar Metals on March 4th, 2021 states that drilling at La Lola has commenced, with a 1,500 metre drill program planned at this project.