October 7, 2021
Vancouver B.C., October 7, 2021 – MAX RESOURCE CORP. (“Max” or the “Company”) (TSX.V: MXR; OTC: MXROF; Frankfurt: M1D2) is pleased to report new assay results expanding the URU zone from 12-km² to over 48-km², located along the CESAR North 80km-long belt, within the wholly-owned CESAR project in NE Colombia (refer to Figure 3).
- 14.8% copper and 132 g/t silver outcrop over 1.5m x 0.8m panel (876798)
- 6.5% copper and 6 g/t silver outcrop over widths of 1.0m chip channel (876931)
- 5.6% copper and 87 g/t silver outcrop over 1.0m by 1.0m panel (879972)
- 4.0% copper and 42 g/t silver outcrop over 1.0m by 1.0m panel (879975)
- 3.7% copper and 14 g/t silver outcrop over widths of 5.0m chip channel (876486)
- 2.9% copper and 7 g/t silver outcrop over widths of 10.0m representative (876460)
- 2.1% copper and 3 g/t silver outcrop over widths of 10.0m representative (876478)
- 2.0% copper and 20 g/t silver outcrop over widths of 10.0m representative (876922)
- URU’s continuous copper-silver mineralization now spans over 48-km², extending along strike over 12-km and down dip over 4-km from the elevation of 1200m down to 410m, and is open along strike and down dip (refer Figure 1, 2 and 4).
- Eighteen rock samples collected over widths ranging from 1.0 to 10.0m returned values in excess of 2.0% copper. Thirty-two returned values greater than 1.0% copper. Highlight values are 14.8 % copper and 132 g/t silver (refer to Table 1).
“The URU 48-km² zone remains open in all directions and potentially represents a zone of major proportions when compared to the world class Kupferschiefer and the Central African Belt deposits,” commented Max CEO, Brett Matich.
“In addition, MAX is conducting on-going exploration at the other four zones (CONEJO, SP, AMN, AMS, refer to Figure 3) within the CESAR North 80-kilometre-long-copper-silver belt of significant regional potential,” he continued.
“The world’s transition to clean energy can only be accomplished with copper to build power grids, solar and wind farms, electric vehicles which typically require upwards of 180 pound of copper per vehicle. Copper’s rapidly declining reserve base necessitates the need for new major discoveries of copper, positioning Max to take advantage of the copper shortfalls with the potential district size of the CESAR discoveries,” he concluded.