Miocene Metals Limited is a Private Company focused on exploring for and developing porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum deposits within the Cascade Magmatic Arc of south-western British Columbia. The company has acquired seven properties covering approximately 1300 km2 in what is considered as a poorly documented belt of prospective Miocene-age intrusive rocks that has seen little modern exploration activity. The Cascade Arc stretches from Northern California to the Alaska Panhandle and contains a wide variety of porphyry types including copper-gold, copper-molybdenum, and copper-molybdenum-tungsten deposits that largely formed during the Miocene geological age. The Cascade Arc shares many geological characteristics with the Miocene-age porphyry belt that stretches the length of Chile and Argentina in South America and hosts some of the world's largest porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum deposits including Chuquicamata, El Teniente and Los Bronces. This region of southern British Columbia has a reasonably well-developed power, road and rail infrastructure and generally is within three to four hours of tide-water.