Source Exploration Signs Two Year Extension on Las Minas Project

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THUNDER BAY – MINING – Source Exploration Corp. (the “Company” or “Source”) (TSX VENTURE:SOP)(FRANKFURT:4QW) is pleased to announce the successful negotiation of a two year extension to its option agreement to acquire the Pueblo Nuevo and La Luz 1 concessions located at its Las Minas property. These concessions are part of the six concessions held under option or wholly owned by Source at Las Minas, Veracruz State, Mexico.

The new agreement extends the term of the option agreement by an additional two years to May 3, 2017. Scheduled payments as per the terms of the agreement are:

  • US $12,500 cash consideration and US $12,500 in common shares of Source as soon as practicable following acceptance of the extension of the option agreement by the TSX Venture Exchange (the “TSX-V”)
  • US$12,500 cash consideration and US$ 12,500 in common shares of Source on April 22, 2016
  • Final option payment due on May 3, 2015 extended to May 3, 2017 and reduced from US$ 500,000 to US$150,000.

All payments are subject to VAT (Value Added Tax). All other terms of the original agreement remain unchanged – see press release dated October 13, 2010.

“I am very pleased with this substantial extension to the term of the option agreement.” said Brian Robertson, President and CEO. “The extension provides additional time to more fully explore these highly prospective concessions.”

The option agreement and the transactions contemplated therein are subject to the approval of the TSX-V.

About Pueblo Nuevo & La Luz 1 Concessions

The Pueblo Nuevo concession is the site of several historical underground mines and adits including the La Miqueta, La Miqueta Alta, Marangola, Murcielagos, Dos Rios and Banco de Cobre. The La Miqueta mine was extensively mined in the past and has 21 known levels. Historic mining activity was carried out on narrow (10-20 cm) quartz veins in both diorite and marble, extending approximately 100 metres on strike and over 100 metres vertically. Recent chip sampling of the vein structure averaged 8.35 g/t gold, 5.96 g/t silver and 0.013 % copper over 1.0 metre.

The La Luz concession is also the site of historic mining activity within an altered pyrite -rich zone hosted by a diorite intrusive. A large magnetic anomaly measuring approximately 1700 metres by 2600 metres lies on its western boundary.

About Las Minas

The Las Minas Project hosts near-surface gold-silver and copper skarn mineralization and high-grade gold-silver epithermal vein deposits. The project is comprised of six mineral concessions covering approximately 1,616 hectares (3,995 acres), with several small high-grade, past-producing mines and numerous untested targets.

The district is host to one of the largest under explored gold-silver and copper skarn systems known in Mexico, and has a production history that extends back to the Aztec era. The Las Minas granodiorite intrusive measures approximately 10 kilometres in diameter and underlies the Las Minas concessions. The mineralization controls and association with magnetite appear to be similar to parts of the Guerrero Gold belt, which is the site of the Los Filos and Morelos gold deposits.

Las Minas is an early-stage exploration project and does not contain any mineral resource estimates as defined by National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”). The potential quantities and grades disclosed herein are conceptual in nature and there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource for the targets discussed herein. It is uncertain if further exploration will result in these targets being delineated as a mineral resource.