The Argelia project are mining applications that provide a target for multiple intermediate sulfidation epithermal veins within a structural corridor that extends at least 2.5km and has a width of 0.25 km. At least three distinct veins are inferred but workings suggest more veins remain to be identified. The veins typically range from 0.25 to 2m in width. Reconnaissance samples range from 0.51 g Au/t to 40 g Au/t. Silver to gold ratio is approximately 5 to 1 or higher.
Public records show that a private British mining company mined and produced gold on the project prior to 1950. The workings presumed to represent this activity have two levels spaced approximately 100m apart in elevation.