Exploration of the most valuable strategic reserves in Esfahan

25 January 2005 | 12:54 Code : 4684 Geoscience events
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Polymetal ore deposit located in Chahpalang-e-Jonoubi (near Esfahan) is one of the most valuable mineral reserves in copper, gold and tungsten mineralization.
Polymetal ore deposit located in Chahpalang-e-Jonoubi (near Esfahan) is one of the most valuable mineral reserves in copper, gold and tungsten mineralization.
   It can be a good foreign currency raising source for Iran. The executive director of Iran’s tin and tungsten exploration project announced, “Abandoned mine and Chahpalang-e-Jonoubi polymetal ore deposit is located in 68km of southeastern Esfahan and it is one of the surroundings of Anarak. It is a rich ore deposit of gold, copper and tungsten.
   National Iranian Copper Company and Mines Science Development Company of Naeen carried out a lot of activities to recognize abandoned ore deposits and available indices in 2000. Countrywide exploration plan is the only authority in tin and tungsten exploration. To realize the mineralization situation inside the ground and mining exploration planning,
   several boreholes will be used in the region. With regard to the obtained carats, continuation of exploration operations seems to be essential.
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