BCM Resources Corp. (Symbol "B", TSX-Venture Exchange) is a Vancouver-based, resource company focused on the mineral exploration opportunities in the Utah portion of the Great Basin, one of the premier metallogenic provinces in the world.
The company's marquee project is the drill ready, drive to, Thompson Knolls Copper-Gold target, located approximately 200 km SW of Kennecott Copper's Bingham Canyon Mine. Thompson Knolls hosts a robust Copper-Gold Porphyry target, Several Copper-Gold Skarn targets and a robust Distal Disseminated Gold-Silver target. Drill pad locations and drill holes for both the Copper-Gold Porphyry and the Distal Disseminated Gold-Silver targets have been fully approved. There are two prolific water wells on the property. The town of Baker Nevada is 30 miles away and has all the requisite services/products required to support a major diamond drilling program at Thompson Knolls.
Utah holds a wealth of mineral potential, and with the exception of Bingham Canyon (one of the world's most productive mines), exploration work in this state has been sporadic and limited in scope. Utah is mining-friendly and welcomes mineral exploration. The State of Utah is consistently ranked in the top ten of the Fraser Institute's Mineral Potential Policy Index which is a report card to Governments on the attractiveness of their mining policies from the point of view of exploration managers world-wide.
The Company's Mantra is to fully maximize the mineral potential of its properties through aggressive drilling. Since going public in late September, 2006 the Company has completed approximately 13,000 meters of diamond drilling at its properties, the majority of which was focused at the Las Margaritas molybdenum discovery located at Shan South.