HENDERSON, Nev., April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Trulan Resources Inc. (OTCPK:TRLR) (the "Company" or "Trulan") is pleased to report that its CEO, Robert Rosner, has broadened the Chilean itinerary to accommodate meetings with senior officials at the Mining Property, Geology & Mining National Survey, for the Government of Chile. This is in addition to several meetings with various governmental officials relating to the ongoing exploration and development of Trulan's IGP Iron-Gold-Platinum Project.
Presentations to appropriate officials and individuals within Chile's government, on both the national and local level, are intended to familiarize officials with the IGP Project and build or strengthen relationships as the Company moves through the various stages of development. Mining is Chile's top economic driver and it is imperative that Trulan engage in open and ongoing dialogue with governmental agencies at all levels early in the process.
Also scheduled is a site visit to the IGP Project with senior members of a private equity group that has expressed an interest in potentially financing a mining and processing operation to exploit the four known ore bodies. Such an operation is anticipated following a further planned exploration program and final determination of the size and grade of the iron ore, gold, platinum and other high value minerals known to be widely disseminated throughout the property.
About Trulan's IGP-Iron-Gold-Platinum ProjectTrulan recently entered into an agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the IGP Iron-Gold-Platinum Project ("IGP" or the "Project") in the IV Region – Region de Coquimbo – of Chile. The relatively small region has a long history of mining and several operations are currently in production, including the Los Pelambres Deposit, which is the world's fifth largest copper mine. The IGP Project totals 885 Hectares (2,186 Acres) of wide spread mineralization and ore bodies that contain high grades of Iron, Gold, Platinum and high value industrial minerals. There are eight known deposits in close proximity which have been tested to the point where an Indicated Ore resource has been delineated. The IGP comprises of four ore bodies with an Indicated Reserve in excess of 247 Million Metric Tons. Each of the four deposits have not been fully tested to determine ultimate size and they all remain open on all sides and at depth. Further exploration beyond the zones outlined to date is needed to realize the full extent of the mineralization and total size of the Ore bodies.