Getty Copper is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company committed to increasing shareholder value through exploration, discovery and development of new base metal or gold deposits.
The Getty Project is in the Highland Valley near Logan Lake, in the Kamloops Mining Division of British Columbia, Canada. It borders Teck’s Highland Valley Copper Mine, (with Gold, Silver and Molybdenum by-products), one of the largest mines in the world.
- TSX Venture Exchange: GTC
- 269 sq. km (104 sq. miles) of mineral claims
- $23,000,000 in Financing
- 420 Diamond Drill Holes totaling 74,000 meters (242,782 feet)
- Geophysical Surveys
- Geochemical Surveys
- Metallurgical Studies
- Environmental Studies
Exploration to Date
Getty North Deposit:
- 302 diamond drill holes totaling 55,007 m (180,469 ft).
- 23 km (14 miles) of geochemical survey.
- Detailed geological mapping of deposit and surrounding areas.
Getty South Deposit
- 1,775 m (5,822 ft) of underground development by previous operators.
- 118 Diamond Drill holes totalling 19,003 m (62,345 ft) diamond drilling.
- 3,236 m (10,618 ft) diamond drilling by Getty Copper.
Getty West Zone
- 3,374 m (11,070 ft) reconnaissance diamond drilling by Getty Copper.
- Detailed geological mapping by Getty Copper
The history of the Highland Valley properties including those now owned by Getty Copper, dates back to approximately 1898, when it was explored by surface prospecting, and underground work near high grade copper showings.