On January 10, Three Valley Copper, (TSXV:TVC), a junior gold exploration, development, and production company based in Toronto, Canada, began trading on the OTCQB under the symbol “TVCCF”. Shares of Three Valley Copper continue to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange.
The move will expand the company’s accessibility across the border in the biggest capital market available, and allow U.S.-based investors to have more efficient access to trading TVC shares. This will ultimately broaden the company’s investor base.
Three Valley Copper’s primary asset, Minera Tres Valles in Salamanca, Chile, is the focus of the company’s efforts and the primary asset of interest for investors. It is a producing mine with 46,348 hectares at the property, with approximately 90% of the property remaining unexplored. The potential for new discovery is high at MTV, and a new exploration drilling program will begin shortly.
The company recently increased its ownership in Minera Tres Valles from 91.1% to 95.1%, gaining further operational control. The company is now in the process of expanding capacity at the site to increase copper production in 2022 and 2023. Planned exploration will continue in 2022, and shareholders on both sides of the border stand to gain significantly from the advancement of this project.