Por: Erika J. Dávila, geóloga de Exploraciones; David G. Portocarrero, geólogo de Exploraciones; Kevin B. Heather, Chief Geological Officer; Hubert B. Gamarra, Country Manager – Perú, y Stewart D. Redwood, geólogo consultor Antakori Project, Regulus Resources Inc.AbstractRegulus Resources Inc.'s Antakori project is located 53 km northwest of the city of Cajamarca in the Hualgayoc mining district and is part of the Miocene Cu-Au-Ag deposits basin of northern Peru. It has an indicated resource of 250 Mt with 0.48% Cu, 0.29 g/t Au and 7.5 g/t Ag and an inferred resource of 267 Mt with 0.41% Cu, 0.26 g/t Au and 7.8 g/t Ag (Eggleston et al., 2019). The geology consists of a Cretaceous basement of sedimentary rocks (Farrat, Inca and Chulec formations) intruded by several porphyry dikes that generate alteration and skarn-type mineralization with Cu-Au-Ag mineralization and massive sulfide bodies. Subsequently, a porphyry type system associated with quartz-feldspar-(biotite) porphyry dikes and breccia bodies with Cu-Au-Ag-(Mo) mineralization is developed. Miocene volcanic rocks are deposited on the sedimentary sequences, originated from the Tantahuatay volcanic center, intruded by subvolcanic dikes/stocks, both affected by a strong advanced argillic alteration with high sulfidation epithermal mineralization of pyrite-enargite with Cu-Au-Ag-As-Sb. An intermediate sulfidation epithermal system with Carbonate-Base Metal type mineralization of Au-Ag-Pb-Zn-Cu, associated to dikes of hornblende porphyry constitutes the last mineralization event in the Antakori project.