Mexican Hat PEA Update

Project Highlights:

  • Preliminary Economic Assessment
  • Heap Leach

Tierra Group conducted an update of the Mexican Hat Project’s Preliminary Economic Assessment. Tierra Group’s update included the heap leach facility design and preliminary stacking plan, waste rock storage pad, and crushed rock storage pad design.

Project Highlights:

  • Preliminary Economic Assessment
  • Heap Leach

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