BHP Did Early Work on UNV's Poplar Copper Project

BHP Group (BHP) a $169 billion market cap company the world's #1 largest publicly traded copper miner by market cap and #3 largest publicly traded copper miner by output did the early work on Universal Copper (TSXV: UNV)'s Poplar Copper Project from 1974 through 1982 when it drilled 77 holes totaling 18,858m.

Canada's #1 largest open pit copper mine today is Teck Resources (TECK)'s Highland Valley Copper Mine and just like UNV's Poplar Copper Project it is located in central British Columbia and it is the same type of Copper-Molybdenum deposit.

TECK's average copper grades at their Highland Valley Copper Mine are 0.30%.

UNV’s Poplar Copper Project hosts a current 43-101 indicated resource of 152.3 million tonnes grading 0.32% copper, 0.009% molybdenum, 0.09 g/t gold, and 2.58 g/t silverUNV's Poplar Copper Project indicated resource contains over 1.09 billion lbs of copper!

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