The Storjuktan Project consists of seven contiguous licenses covering 30,000 hectares located in the northern portion Gold Line belt. Excellent infrastructure with regional highways, rail lines and hydroelectric dam all within 50km of the license package
The Storjuktan Project is a large, early-stage project strategically positioned north of the Barsele deposit. The Project contains over 60 kilometres of the regionally significant Gold Line structure which can be traced for over 200 kilometres in regional geophysics data. All mineralization discovered to date shows a spatial relationship to this structural corridor, occurring mainly on second and third order splay structures.
The Geology of the Storjuktan project consists of an inverted volcano-sedimentary sequence intruded by small pre- to syn-kinematic granitic intrusions within a broad, anastomosing high strain structural corridor. Lithologies are regionally metamorphosed to upper greenschist and amphibolite grade facies, and gold mineralization is associated with intense sericite, carbonate, biotite, and calc-silicate alteration assemblages and sulphide minerals pyrite, arsenopyrite, and pyrrhotite. These lithological sequences are highly prospective for orogenic gold deposits.
Historic work on the Storjuktan project consists limited amounts of mapping, boulder sampling, stream sediment and till sampling, top of bedrock drilling and diamond drilling. Historic operators have intersected gold mineralization at Duobblonbäcken, Långtjärn, Storliden, and Nippas targets. There is a high potential for expansion of known mineralization and new discoveries. Skärfonaset, Kalven, Stabburbäcken, Nymyran, Sikselberget are early-stage exploration targets that have clearly defined gold-in-till anomaliesGold Line Resources plans to follow up on this work with interpretation of magnetic data and systematic till and top of bedrock drilling along identified structural corridors to continue high priority target areas.