Developing the largest un-mined molybdenum deposit in the world.
CuMoCo has discovered one of the largest deposits of molybdenum, copper and silver in North America near Boise, Idaho, USA. The Company is advancing its CuMo Project towards feasibility and its goal is to establish itself as one of the world’s largest and lowest-cost primary producers of molybdenum.
CuMoCo owns 100% of the CuMo Project, which is not only rich in molybdenum, but also contains very significant credits of silver and copper; in fact, enough silver to place it among the Top 25 silver deposits on the planet.
The CuMo Project has two distinct layers of diversification: the upper half contains higher grades of silver and copper compared to molybdenum; the lower half is rich in molybdenum, with lower grades of silver and copper. The total recoverable value of both layers is what gives the CuMo Project such excellent economic potential. An independent NI 43-101 preliminary economic analysis prepared in 2009 by Ausenco points to the CuMo Project’s potential to become the world’s lowest-cost molybdenum producer.
The CuMo Project is not only rich in molybdenum, but contains significant quantities of silver and copper; in fact, enough silver to place it among the Top 25 silver deposits on the planet.
Shaun Dykes, M.Sc. (Eng); P.Geo (#20044), a non-independent Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, who is responsible for the review of all scientific and technical information contained on this website.