Angkor Gold Corp is a metal mining, exploration, and development company.
The Canadian firm portfolio of exploration and development assets comprises five mineral properties in Cambodia: Oyadao, Banlung, Andong Meas, Koan Nheak and Oyadao South. In addition to these, the firm also has oil and gas concession in the country.
Banlung Properties consists of gold mineralization and gold molybdenum porphyry spanning a total area of 150 square kilometers with hosts two primary zones, namely Okalla West and Okalla East.
Since 2017, the company claims to have invested nearly US$1.2 million, including conducting drilling and exploration programs. The company entered into an agreement for Banlung License amounting to US$3.65 million with Hommy 5 Resources Inc, a private company.
Andong Meas situated nearly 50 kms to Banlung’s east, consists of gold quartz stockwork in granodiorite covering a total area of 187 square kilometers. The gold property is a prospective area for porphyry mining with an epithermal vein, the mining firm claims.
The company’s another Cambodian property, Oyadao, lies near to the Vietnam Border and is a licensed area with geology comprising epithermal silicic argillic breccia and vertical quartz veins in gneiss. The total gold mineralization property is covered in an area of approximately 222 square kilometers.
Oyadao South (Halo) property consists of gold quartz stockwork in granite and epithermal silicic argillic breccia with a total area of nearly 247 square kilometers, the Canadian firm claims. In addition, it says that its license on this property was extended for three or four years in 2017.
Presently, Angkor claims to have a 100 percent stake in the Oyadao South License.
The copper-gold Koan Nheak property is situated in the south of the province of Mondulkiri. The deposits are covered in 189 square kilometers.
On July 12, 2017, the company entered into a definitive earn-in-agreement with Emerald Resources NL, Australia- based gold company.
The firm’s oil and gas block concession in Cambodia covers a total area of approximately 7,300 square kilometers. Angkor holds an exploration license in Cambodia through EnerCam Resources, a 100 percent owned subsidiary.
The firm, listed om TSX Venture Exchange, acquires mining properties in Cambodia, and operates through its head office located in Alberta, Canada. Its stocks trade on TSXV under ticker ‘ANK’.