Inca Minerals Limited, a junior resource company, explores for gold, silver, copper, and molybdenum porphyry deposits in Peru. Its flagship Chanape gold-silver-copper porphyry project comprises a group of 20 mining concessions covering an area of 805 hectares located approximately 90kms east of Lima.
The company was originally called Condor Nickel Limited. Condor Nickel was spun-out of ASX-listed Carrick Gold Limited in 2008 for the purposes of conducting nickel exploration in Western Australia. Condor Nickel achieved an ASX listing the same year (ASX code: CNK). In 2010, the company’s name was changed to Condor Metals and a new board of directors was assembled.