Volatus is focused on exploration and development of resources in gold and the green economy that have strong demand profiles. The company's main focus are the JD Project, immediately adjacent to Benchmark Metals (BNCH) Lawyers property; the Williams Extension Project, adjacent to Copaur Minerals (CPAU) Williams Gold / Porphyry Property, both located in the prolific Golden Horseshoe of the Toodoggone Region of British Columbia; as well as the 20-per-cent-owned Leigh Creek magnesite project in South Australia.
About the JD project
The JD property is located 280 kilometres northeast of Smithers, B.C., in the historically significant Toodoggone gold district of north-central British Columbia. It lies adjacent to the north and east of Benchmark's Lawyers property, adjacent to the south of the Porphyry Pearl and Oxide Peak properties, and approximately 15 kilometres south of Evergold's Golden Lion property. Guardsmen's Ranch property is adjacent to the west.
The Kyba Red Line, predictive for epithermal gold and porphyry copper mineralization, is on the JD property. As a result of Kyba's work, the Triassic Stuhini group/Jurassic Hazelton group stratigraphic contact is an essential guide to a geological environment that is favourable for the formation of major metal deposits in proximal Hazelton group rocks. Kyba recognized that most of the major deposits in the region occur within two kilometres of a regional stratigraphic contact; there are lithological and structural clues to narrow that window even more.