Heliostar (TSX V: HSTR) is an aggressively growing junior mining company with a portfolio of high-grade projects in Alaska and Mexico.
The company’s recent acquisition is the Ana Paula gold mine in the Guerrero Gold Belt of southwestern Mexico. Located just 15 km from Torex Gold’s El-Limon mine, it will be the next gold producer in the region. It holds 1.47 million ounces of measured and indicated gold at 2.16 g/t.
The San Antonio Project, located on the southern portion of the Baja Peninsula is in permitting. It holds 1.7 million ounces of measured and indicated gold at 0.8 g/t
Heliostar’s Alaskan project, Unga, is a large gold project that covers portions of two adjacent islands. The project’s three major gold corridors cover an area three times the size of Manhattan. It also boasts Alaska’s first underground gold mine, Apollo, which produced at more than 10 g/t grade over its life.
The company has a portfolio of early stage exploration projects in Mexico as well ( Oso Negro, La Lola and Cumaro).