The 19,200-acre Oko project is located in the southeastern portion of the Cuyuni Mining District, approximately 120 km west-southwest of Guyana’s capital city, Georgetown, 60 km west of the town of Bartica, and directly north of Reunion Gold’s Oko West project. The project is accessed by a combination of boat and truck, using rivers and logging roads, from the town of Bartica and the Itaballi crossing on the Mazaruni River.
The project covers approximately 7,149 ha of land, coving 17 km of prospective strike length. Five discrete, multi-kilometer long zones of gold mineralization have been delineated by soil sampling and mapping of historical and current artisanal mining operations. Despite a long history of production, the Oko property had never been previously drilled or subjected to a modern exploration program.
To date, G2 Goldfields has drilled 116 (for +28,808 metres) holes within the Oko Zone, 18 holes at Aremu, 4 holes at NW Oko, and 2 holes at Tracy. The project is currently under multiple option agreements with local Guyanese mid-scale miners that entitles G2 Goldfields to conduct exploration activities and acquire a 100% interest in the project.