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Torq Identifies Mineralized Surface Porphyry Targets Adjacent to Caspiche Deposit at its Santa Cecilia Gold-Copper Project

Torq Resources Inc.

Figure 1: Illustrates the location of the Santa Cecilia project and the surrounding Caspiche and Cerro Casale deposits, held by Newmont and Barrick in the Norte Abierto joint venture, within the Maricunga belt.

Figure 2: Illustrates rock results from outcropping porphyry targets in the eastern region of the Santa Cecilia project within 1 – 2 km of the Caspiche deposit. These targets areas will be prioritized for the upcoming drill program, which is expected to begin in Q4 of this year.

Figure 3: Illustrates depicts typical banded quartz – magnetite – pyrite veinlets hosted within dacite and diorite porphyries from the Gemelos Norte and Pircas Norte target areas, respectively.

Figure 4: Illustrates gold-in-soil anomalies from the completed soil survey at the Santa Cecilia property. Importantly, in the southeast corner of the property, Filo Gemelos represents a new gold-in-soils anomaly that is coincident with molybdenum. This signature in the soil survey is similar to that observed at the Pircas Norte and Gemelos Norte porphyry targets.

Figure 5: Illustrates molybdenum-in-soils anomalies from the completed soil survey at the Santa Cecilia property. Importantly, in the southeast corner of the property, Filo Gemelos represents a new molybdenum-in-soils anomaly that is coincident with gold. This signature in the soil survey is similar to that observed at the Pircas Norte and Gemelos Norte porphyry targets.

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