EMX acquires 18 Chilean royalties from Revelo

Cerro Buenos Aires project. (Image courtesy of Revelo Resources).

Revelo Resources (TSX-V: RVL) has finalized the sale to EMX Royalty (TSX-V: EMX) of 18 generative net smelter return royalty interests over exploration properties in Chile for a total of $1.16 million. 

In a press release, the companies said that of that amount, $369,907 was applied to fully repay EMX for an outstanding loan due from Revelo. 

Revelo said that subsequent to the completion of the transaction, it plans to implement other corporate initiatives to put the company on a firm footing for future activities.

Among the properties included in the transaction are the 14,000-hectare Arrieros project, which hosts copper, molybdenum and gold; the 10,000-hectare Block 3 project, which hosts molybdenum and gold; the 7,700-hectare Cerro Buenos Aires project, which hosts copper, molybdenum, gold and silver.

Revelo’s total exposure to mineral tenements in northern Chile, either wholly-owned or through royalty interests, is around 200,000 hectares.

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