The Scottish-Irish Gold Hosted Dalradian Supergroup

  • Economic gold has been found in Ireland and Scotland, the most significant being Curraghinalt and Cavanacaw in Northern Ireland and Connonish in Scotland
  • These deposits lie within the same geological trend: ‘The Dalradian Supergroup’
  • The Dalradian Terrane is highly prospective for orogenic vein hosted gold mineralisation
  • GreenOre geologists identified the North East of Scotland to have significant potential for gold mineralisation
  • ‘A Crown Estate Option to a Mining Lease’ was obtained in 2013 by GreenOre surrounding an historic gold locality near in Aberdeenshire

Gold in the Southern Uplands

  • Gold has been well known in the Southern Uplands for centuries, the most famous locality being at Leadhills, South Lanarkshire
  • Following a review and investigation of all known gold occurrences in Scotland, a locality in South Ayrshire was itentified as having significant potential for a large scale gold deposit

Going Forward

  • Continue exploration within the expanded licence area in Aberdeenshire
  • Exploration within the Ayrshire licence area to develop drill targets
  • Review and investigate other prospects in the UK and Europe