Tombstone Exploration Corporation is poised for rapid production and financial success. Relationships and agreements are in place; properties are in hand and additional properties are under review and being acquired.
Initial geological studies have been completed indicating significant financial returns are highly probable. Initial projections indicate consistency with geological reports and historical recoveries for the Tombstone District.
The primary focus of operations will be to generate revenue from the production of silver, gold and barium as well as additional base minerals such as copper, lead and zinc. Through expansion, TEM will acquire new properties, as well as integrate the extraction of precious metals, rare earth and other minerals. The goal is to produce metals and minerals at or below standard industry costs. The historical nature of mining activities in the area and the acceptance of governmental agencies will enable easier startup here than in non-mining oriented locations.
The significant potential for copper recovery will likely draw considerable interest from major copper producing companies, as well as precious metals mining concerns. Arizona has consistently been a major producer of copper, and precious metals as by products. With the variety of the metals projected for extraction, the Company expects to attract major attention and support from the state, local and federal governments
The Company will initiate mineral extraction as soon as funding and permitting is secured. These efforts will provide an operating financial base from which to expand. Continuing geological research, testing and drilling is planned based on the initial geological report. This will assist in the identification of key target areas, as well as establish reserve categories.
Discussions with precious metal processing and consulting companies to assist in the design of the overall operation of the Tombstone property have been initiated. Relationships have already been established with refineries, assay companies and engineering firms supporting worldwide mineral processing operations.