Eloro Resources is making significant strides with its Iska Iska project in Bolivia, a silver-tin polymetallic discovery with the potential to become one of the world’s largest bulk tonnage operations. Inspired by New Pacific Metals’ success in Bolivia, Eloro, led by CEO Tom Larsen and Dr. Osvaldo Arce, a former head of the Geological Society of Bolivia, has made considerable progress. After three years of development, they have identified 670 million tonnes of potential commercial material, including silver, tin, zinc, and lead. The project’s unique appeal lies in its potential tin reserves, a metal in high demand with few recent discoveries. Additionally, Iska Iska’s proximity to essential infrastructure like roads, rail, and water hydro facilities enhances its viability. With a clear development roadmap and a focus on tightening resource estimates, Eloro aims to attract a major partner for commercial production, leveraging its preliminary economic assessment and the project’s promising potential.

One thought on “Eloro Resources – Unveiling a Major Silver-Tin Discovery in Bolivia with Global Impact Potential

  1. John Galt III says:

    Go to the 2022 Fraser Mining Survey. Bolivia is a nightmare for now as is much of Latin America. Witness the Cobre Panama copper/gold mine shutdown in Panama in the last two weeks hurting both its parent company and Franco Nevada that has its largest royalty stream there. Well, there goes the $1,250,000,000 royalty stream down the drain for FNV

    Also, Venezuela voting to take over Guyana. Bolivia ranks near the bottom of the world’s mining jurisdictions. Hopefully, that will change for the better but for now the greatest mine in the world within a lousy Left Wing Marxist country is money down the toilet it appears. Be careful.

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