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The Escacena Project is located approximately 40 kilometers northeast of Seville, Spain, within the most prolific volcanic hosted massive sulphide (VMS) district in the world. The prospective Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) has hosted more than 80 known deposits mined for pyrite, copper, zinc, gold, silver and tin, including 8 giant deposits with greater than 100 million tonnes of massive sulphide. 

Comprised of a significant land package, the Escacena Project covers approximately 5,458 hectares. Since 2019, Pan Global Resources has been actively exploring a massive sulphide copper deposit called La Romana Target and was granted an exploration permit for the adjacent Al Andaluz property in November 2021.

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