Elementos (ELT) is an Australian-based exploration and development company initially incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX listed company, Orocobre. The Company was created to advance the prospective hard rock copper-gold-molybdenum assets owned by Orocobre by way of an asset de-merger and subsequent listing on the Australian Stock Exchange (23 December 2009). The company raised AUD$8.25 million before costs through the Initial Public Offering.
The Company's portfolio includes six exploration properties in three mineral provinces in two countries (Argentina and Australia). Tenements are located in world class and emerging mineral provinces. The portfolio of exploration projects, which are principally gold and base metal focused, is a carefully selected mix of different mineralisation types.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerCopper, Aluminum, Lead, Nickel, Tin, Zinc, Molybdenum, Gold
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