Large-scale copper-gold projects located in southern Ecuador, an emerging Tier 1 mining jurisdiction

Titan’s primary focus is the exploration and development of its large-scale gold and copper projects in the Loja Province, southern Ecuador.

Titan is the 100% owner of four large-scale projects:

The Projects lie proximal to a major flexure in the Andean Terrane where porphyry copper and epithermal gold-silver mineralisation are associated with early to late Miocene aged magmatism along the margin of the extensive Cretaceous aged Tangula Batholith.

The majority of porphyry copper and epithermal gold deposits in southern Ecuador are associated with magmatism in this age range, with several of these younger intrusions located along the margin of the extensive Cretaceous aged Tangula Batholith, forming a favourable structural and metallogenic corridor for intrusion activity where Titan minerals holds a significant land position.

Titan Minerals Projects, showing proximity to other large-scale projects and mines and surrounding Infrastructure


Titan’s Projects are well located, surrounded by infrastructure, are easily accessible, with year-round exploration.

Access to the projects is excellent, within close proximity to the Pan American and costal highways, with access via paved regional all-weather roads.

Regional airports are located approximately two hours by road from the projects with daily connections to Ecuador’s capital city, Quito.

Some key features include:

  • Low Elevation (600-1300m RL)
  • Catamayo Airport ~80 km east, daily flights
  • Pan-American Highway runs alongside Dynasty Project providing good project access
  • Existing tracks and roads within projects allow good access for exploration
  • Tumbes Port ~90km NW and Guayaquil Port, ~200km N
  • Majority (+90%) of Ecuador’s electricity sourced from Hydropower
  • Loja City ~100 km by road, skilled workforce readily available
  • Nearby towns provide labour and facilities to support exploration and mining