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El Capitan Precious Metals

Our goal is to build long-term value for the Company's stockholders and execute a Strategic Plan that will culminate in the sale of the El Capitan Property.

We are committed to implementing green technology, fostering innovation, and knowing and serving the Company's stockholders as well as building trust through honest and open communications.



The El Capitan Story

While the El Capitan deposit comes with metallurgical challenges, the near-surface, pervasive nature of this deposit, all of which occurs above the regional water table, provides the potential for both a low mining cost and a long life operation. An investment in ECPN represents an investment in a late-stage exploration / early-stage development company with a gold, silver and platinum group metals discovery that has already seen almost 13,000 feet of successful core and reverse circulation drilling within a 200 acre resource block. In addition to developing a better understanding of the metallurgical issues associated with this deposit, the Company is focused on acquiring federal and state permits to conduct sub-surface exploration on a 2,000 acre claim block extending east, west and south of the current resource area. This prospective portion of the El Capitan land package contains a number of attractive targets identified through surface sampling, as well as gravity, magnetic, and hyperspectral remote sensing.
 ECPN is executing its strategy for the development of the El Capitan deposit in a manner that is conducive to steady and sustainable share value improvements. ECPN is targeting long-term value investors, and we are specifically avoiding the type of promotional activities that result in unsustainable temporary share price movements that typically attract short-term, trading oriented investors. We believe that our conservative approach to this asset, and to the financial markets, supports our goal of steady and sustainable share value enhancement. 
ECPN represents an important precious metals investment opportunity that should be part of the portfolio of the risk tolerant, mid-to-long-term investor looking for leveraged exposure to the precious metals market through a late-stage exploration / early-stage development asset.

The El Capitan deposit has been known as a potential iron ore resource for several decades. The U.S. Bureau of Mines drilled approximately 140 shallow holes through the outcropping, shallow-dipping magnetite skarn deposit in 1944 and 1948. The outcropping deposit was mapped at a scale of 1:3,600 in 1952 (Kelley, 1952). Small-scale iron ore production totaled approximately 250,000 tons in the years 1961-1988. El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. conducted a ground magnetic survey and a drill program of six shallow holes in 2002. Although only low precious metals values had been obtained from the deposit by "standard" fire assay over the years and no significant exploration had been conducted on the property, in May, 2004 El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. submitted a few samples of magnetite iron skarn to a metallurgical laboratory in Salt Lake City, Utah. The lab separated the samples into magnetic and non-magnetic fractions and reported significant gold and platinum results on the non-magnetic fractions using their proprietary caustic fusion assay method. These results prompted a 32-sample surface sampling and assay program conducted in January of 2005. The lab reported potential ore-grade gold and platinum results on all 32 samples; this caused El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. to undertake three stages of diamond core, open-hole rotary, and reverse circulation drilling to outline the existing 141 million tons of Measured Resource with a gold equivalent grade of 0.044 opt.

The El Capitan property consists of 354 Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lode claims and four patented claims. The claim block is located in Lincoln County, New Mexico and occupies a total of approximately 3,000 acres in townships T 7 S, T 8 S and range R 14 E. The BLM lode claims were staked and recorded by consultants employed by El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. and personnel of the company. The El Capitan property is owned by El Capitan Ltd., an Arizona corporation. El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. purchased a 40% equity interest in El Capitan Ltd. from Gold and Minerals, Inc. in 2002. In 2011 the merger of Gold and Minerals and ECPN was complete. ECPN now retains a 100% equity interest in the property.

 

Geology of the El Capitan Deposit

 

The El Capitan deposit is located at the most prominent structural intersection in New Mexico, within perhaps the greatest exposed concentration of Tertiary intrusions in New Mexico (Cather and others, 1991), and is apparently underlain by a large mafic or ultramafic intrusion. The structural intersection is formed by the north-south-trending axis of the Pedernal uplift-Mescalero arch and the east-west-trending Capitan lineament. In the south, the Pedernal-Mescalero axis closely parallels the Sacramento uplift, an east-tilted fault block with evidence of at least three periods of deformation (Precambrian to late Tertiary), and in the north it closely parallels a series of faults and folds in the Picuris-Pecos trend. The Pedernal-Mescalero structural zone coincides generally with a belt of crustal thickening and alkalic intrusions (Bird, 1984) that marks the boundary between the tectonically active Rio Grande Rift (a branch of the Basin and Range) and Rocky Mountains on the west and the tectonically stable Great Plains on the east. The Pedernal-Mescalero axis appears to be offset approximately 10 miles across the Capitan lineament (Cather and others, 1991). The Capitan lineament is a well- defined basement fracture and magmatic zone that may be traced for over 300 miles from Socorro, NM into western Texas; in the area of the El Capitan deposit the lineament is reflected by the Capitan pluton.

The Tertiary intrusions form the Lincoln County porphyry belt that includes at least 11 stocks and laccoliths. The east-west elongate, 20 mile-long Capitan pluton is a Miocene aplite (granitic) laccolith that plunges westerly and underlies the El Capitan deposit. Thompson (1991) concluded that magmas in the porphyry belt were generated from both lower crustal and upper mantle sources and McLemore (1991) concluded that a diversity of mineral deposit types in the El Capitan region resulted from several different complex magmatic fractionation and differentiation events. Roberts and others (1991), show a coincident steep-gradient aeromagnetic anomaly and a gravity anomaly. These anomalies cover an area of over 270 square miles, show northerly and easterly structural trends, and are interpreted as reflecting a large mafic or ultramafic intrusion that underlies the Lincoln County porphyry belt and the El Capitan deposit. It is possible that precious metals bearing hydrothermal fluids that formed the El Capitan deposit were differentiates from this buried mafic or ultramafic intrusion.

 

John F. Stapleton • Chairman of the Board/CFO

Mr. Stapleton has extensive experience with early-stage development companies and contributes a unique set of skills needed to achieve a focused strategy, early-stage funding, basic infrastructure and business model, all of which are central to creating a solid business platform to launch and scale a successful venture. Mr. Stapleton has a history of founding and supporting more than 25 emerging technology companies. As a senior officer and investor, Mr. Stapleton has been instrumental in the development and financing of several companies. Mr. Stapleton, age 66, currently serves as a director on the emerging company boards of Advanced Circulatory Systems and Dermatrends.

 

Charles C. Mottley • Director, President/CEO

Mr. Mottley was Chairman of the Board of Gold and Minerals Co., Inc. and has been since February 2009; He served on the Board of Trustees at Hampden-Sydney College (2007-2011). Mr. Mottley was President and a Director of El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. from July 2002 to April 2007, when he resigned as president, but continued to serve as a Director until September 2007. He also provided consulting services to our Company from June 2007 to June 2008. Mr. Mottley, 77, also served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Gold and Minerals Co., Inc., from 1978 until July 2005, at which time he resigned those positions. He was on the Board of the National Mining Association from 2005 to 2007 and has been employed in the mining industry in various capacities from equipment sales and services to active mining operations for over 35 years. Mr. Mottley is the author of five books and is the founder of the Fatherhood Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. Mottley received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Hampden - Sydney College in 1958.  



 

Richard A. Daniele • Metallurgical Engineer

Richard's Resumé


Clyde Smith, Ph.D • Geologist

Clyde's Resumé






Address:
8390 Via de Ventura, Suite F-110
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Phone: (480) 440.1449
http://www.elcapitanpmi.com/contact-us

Website: http://www.elcapitanpmi.com

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#493   why down 19%? Franky-vincent 08/26/16 03:01:23 AM
#492   MrGold hit the nail on the head. i_invest_utrade 08/25/16 08:16:42 PM
#491   Thanks for posting. Going to wait n see Chugit 08/25/16 04:24:54 PM
#490   So what can this be worth? I'm MrGold 08/25/16 01:20:34 PM
#489   Let me fill you all in. MrGold 08/25/16 01:08:09 PM
#488   July 28 2016 The company's processing agent has Chugit 08/24/16 05:33:17 PM
#487   Most small exploratory miners go out of business Pan4Au 08/24/16 03:42:52 PM
#486   The Extra 100 million is also for a troutbakk 08/24/16 03:34:04 PM
#485   Seems like Mr Gold knows what is going gettineven 08/24/16 02:53:19 PM
#484   Understood and thanks. So if they at one Pan4Au 08/24/16 01:38:38 PM
#483   That person is undoubtedly "Ista". He's an ex-employee MrGold 08/24/16 01:22:37 PM
#482   Yeah, I used to go on Yahoo until Samgot7 08/24/16 12:47:44 PM
#481   Yup, it must be 400M. I found this Pan4Au 08/24/16 12:44:36 PM
#480   Oh ok, so they want to sell an Samgot7 08/24/16 12:42:15 PM
#479   I think I saw 400M in one of Pan4Au 08/24/16 12:38:14 PM
#478   How many shares outstanding do they currently have? Samgot7 08/24/16 12:32:18 PM
#477   I see where they are asking for shareholders Pan4Au 08/24/16 12:17:28 PM
#476   Google Earth shows mining activity, I looked, so Pan4Au 08/24/16 12:12:49 PM
#475   So I've owned for several years, this could Jron 08/23/16 10:19:37 PM
#474   I'll defer to a longer term shareholder on Pan4Au 08/23/16 04:57:14 PM
#473   could we see a 5-10 bagger on this? Samgot7 08/23/16 04:52:01 PM
#472   How much of that $180M is earnings after expenses? Pan4Au 08/23/16 01:35:59 PM
#471   Is this company worth over $1 billion? If Pan4Au 08/23/16 01:33:33 PM
#470   news today - bolded part: tedpeele 08/23/16 09:59:10 AM
#469   Yep, just looked at 2009-2011 $.005 to $1.00+ blindjohn 08/21/16 08:05:52 PM
#468   ECPN bullish 0.12217 stocktrademan 08/19/16 10:04:01 AM
#467   Thanks. Pan4Au 08/18/16 12:01:50 PM
#466   Easily. Look back at past upward movements in Candlestick Jack 08/18/16 11:48:22 AM
#465   Easily. Look back at past upward movements in Candlestick Jack 08/18/16 11:48:22 AM
#464   Don't be sorry. Made a boat load Dogfish44 08/18/16 11:27:13 AM
#463   Could ECPN break past $1 when they announce Pan4Au 08/18/16 10:42:38 AM
#462   Sorry, I didn't realize you sold 12 million MrGold 08/18/16 10:25:56 AM
#461   12.28M shares traded! There's a reason for all Pan4Au 08/17/16 04:56:34 PM
#460   I suspect nearly all volume today were conversions Ecpnnn 08/17/16 04:49:05 PM
#458   Just the market makers taking their profits and MrGold 08/17/16 12:25:10 PM
#456   Boiler plate language for many penny stocks. Candlestick Jack 08/16/16 09:56:48 AM
#455   That boiler plate has been a part of MrGold 08/16/16 09:47:50 AM
#454   I posted the filing. glenrice67 08/16/16 09:18:33 AM
#453   Re-check the filing and the news. There were Ecpnnn 08/16/16 12:02:25 AM
#452   congrats to all capitains .. great ride 514 08/15/16 11:35:00 PM
#451   Weird. No one is talking about that stellar glenrice67 08/15/16 09:35:32 PM
#450   10q out today Tubal 08/15/16 02:29:08 PM
#449   So is something up with this stock ? gettineven 08/15/16 02:07:22 PM
#448   It must not be under everyone's radar, sure 10pointer 08/15/16 12:41:01 PM
#447   Up 37% in the first 2 hours of MrGold 08/15/16 11:49:23 AM
#446   Factor is a $Traded indicator. Hell of a Zardiw 08/14/16 07:07:55 PM
#445   What indicators. I have no clue what this Candlestick Jack 08/13/16 01:44:59 PM
#444   Early indicators that signaled a run..........et z Zardiw 08/13/16 10:05:06 AM
#443   What am i supposed to be looking at here? Candlestick Jack 08/13/16 06:24:23 AM
#442   DDAmanda® Chart on: $ECPNI: Click on the chart Zardiw 08/12/16 10:41:22 PM
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