The CentroGold Project is considered to be one of the largest undeveloped gold projects in Brazil.
CentroGold is located in the state of Maranhão in northern Brazil, between the cities of Belém and São Luis and close to existing infrastructure including sealed roads, power, water and skilled labour.
The region is lightly to moderately vegetated, with flat to lightly undulating ground and cattle farming. The climate is tropical and humid with two distinct seasons. The dry season extends from June to October and the rainy season from November to May.
The larger CentroGold area is believed to host exceptional exploration potential. Interpretation of a vast database of historical information, including drilling and numerous studies suggests substantial potential associated with the proximal Chega Tudo deposit and eight other known targets.