Warintza

World Class Discovery, Southeast Ecuador

Primary Infrastructure: Natural Cost Advantage

Two-Pronged Strategy: Growth and Discovery

Warintza Drilling

Summarized drilling for Warintza can be found here. A 3D model incorporating all Warintza drilling completed to date is available on the website homepage.

Extensive System of Outcropping Porphyries

Plan View

Warintza - Plan View

Long Section of 3D Geophysics Looking Northeast

Warintza - WC Full

Note: Image looks northeast and depicts high-conductivity geophysical anomaly (defined at 100 ohm-m) generated from 3D inversion of electromagnetic data, encompassing from left to right Warintza West, Central, East and newly-discovered Yawi target (Warintza South lies off image to south).

Long Section of 3D Geophysics Looking Northeast at Warintza South

Long Section of 3D Geophysics Looking Northeast at Warintza South

Undrilled Regional Targets

Responsible Mining – Inclusive Approach

Community Involvement is Key to Warintza Success, Resilience

The Warintza Success Story

The Warintza Model

¹Copper-equivalence calculated as: CuEq (%) = Cu (%) + 3.33 × Mo (%) + 0.73 × Au (g/t), utilizing metal prices of Cu - US$3.00/lb, Mo - US$10.00/lb and Au - US$1,500/oz.

Notes:

  1. The technical information contained on this webpage has been reviewed and approved by Donald Taylor, MSc., PG, Director of Solaris who is a “Qualified Person” as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. Donald Taylor is a Registered Professional Geologist through the SME (registered member #4029597).
  2. The Warintza Mineral Resource estimate was reported in “Resource Estimate of the Warintza Central Cu-Mo Porphyry Deposit" prepared by Equity Exploration Consultants Ltd. with an effective date of December 13, 2019.
  3. The drill result disclosure on this webpage is based upon Solaris news releases dated Feb 16, 2021, Jul 7, 2021, Jul 20, 2021, and Sept 7, 2021