Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSX.V:KDK, OTCQB:KDKCF) is focused on the discovery of copper for a low carbon future by sustainably and responsibly exploring its copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA.
Kodiak Copper was founded by Chairman Chris Taylor, the founder and CEO of Great Bear Resources which was acquired by Kinross Gold in 2022 for $1.8B. The Company is led by Claudia Tornquist (former GM at Rio Tinto) and is a member of Discovery Group. The management team has shown the ability to raise capital while protecting a tight share structure and attracting strategic investors such as Teck Resources.
The Company's most advanced asset is the 100% owned MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in southern British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization in 2020 at the Gate Zone, which has since been expanded to considerable size. MPD has all the hallmarks of a district-scale, multi-centered porphyry system with several targets with similar signatures to the Gate Zone yet to be tested, and multiple new targets being generated across the large 147 square kilometre property. 2022 saw the discovery of a parallel porphyry trend at the nearby Prime Zone adding further upside and size potential to the Gate Zone, and the discovery of the Beyer Zone, a new high-grade gold-silver zone. With a lot more potential to be unlocked at MPD, Kodiak is looking forward to continuing its disciplined and systematic approach to exploration to generate value for shareholders through discovery success.