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Soltera Mining Exploration Program Produces Very Satisfactory Results
Jujuy, Argentina – ( April 2, 2013) - Dr. Fabio Montanari, President and CEO of Soltera Mining Corp. (OTC Pinksheets: SLTA) (www.solteramining.com) is pleased to announce that the 2012 field programs of bedrock sampling and geophysics on its El Torno property in Argentina produced very satisfactory results…Read Release
Soltera Mining Corp. (OTC: SLTA) is an exploration company that is concentrating on the major El Torno gold project in northern Argentina. El Torno is a 78 km2 area that has potential for world-class gold deposits of two types: vein gold in a very large quartz vein system that extends intermittently north-south for 14 km and has been worked underground in the past, and dispersed gold in suites of small veins and stockworks that are separate from the main system and appear to be possible open-pit targets.
All exploration projects are run personally by Soltera’s CEO/President, economic geologist, Dr. Fabio Montanari. Living near the El Torno Gold Project in Argentina, Dr. Montanari has a hands-on approach to operations.
JUJUY, ARGENTINA--(Marketwired - Apr 2, 2013) - Dr. Fabio Montanari, President and CEO of Soltera Mining Corp. (SLTA) (www.solteramining.com), is pleased to announce that the 2012 field programs of bedrock sampling and geophysics on its El Torno property in Argentina produced very satisfactory results.
The 78 square kilometer El Torno property in the high Andes of northern Argentina contains a very large quartz vein system extending intermittently for 14 kilometers. Gold is found in narrow veins both within and outside this main system. The central parts have been worked since the Incas, resulting in about 1 km of underground galleries; and exploration programs in the late 1990s by mining companies, Penoles and Puma Minerals, concluded there is potential for 2 million ounces of gold to a depth of 400 meters (not NI 43-101 compliant.)