American Copper’s Lordsburg project is strategically located in a porphyry-rich copper region of southwest New Mexico at the intersection of the NE trending Santa Rita Lineament and the NW trending Texas Lineament. Significant historical production from the district includes 3-4M tonnes from polymetallic veins with average hypogene grades of 2-3% Cu, 2-3 opt Ag, and ~0.11 opt Au. Regional geophysical and geochemical suggest the potential for multiple porphyry centers on the property. Increasing copper grades are found at depth on the Lordsburg property with historically drilled intercepts from underground of +4% Cu. Nearby deposits include Chino-Tyrone-Bisbee-Cananea and Superior-Resolution-San Manuel. With abundant infrastructure and power generation options in the area, Lordsburg represents an excellent opportunity to develop a large-scale porphyry copper and/or associated skarn deposit.