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Agam Regency in Western Sumatra, Republic of Indonesia has high potential for Iron Sand, which was known from the Dutch colonization era.
Geologically, the location is on a low land which sand sedimentation is formed from the stream or as result from chemistry and physic processes of Ultra-Mafic Rocks.
Iron sand observed in layered strato-paleochannels which was related to the volcanic activities of Mount Talamu Volcano, Mount Singgalang Volcano and Mount Tandikat Volcano, which all three volcanoes were dominated by Andesitic lava flows.
An initial drilling program of total of 20 holes test pits drilled by Coziron Resources to identify the mineralized Iron Sand Layers at Agam tenement. This primary program will be followed by an intensive 8000m Rotary Air Blast (RAB) drilling program to fully explore the entire Agam tenement for Iron Sand Formations.
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