Bolangitang gold mineralization occurs in narrow lenticular quartz-dolomite veins with minor pyrite, quartz stock-work and in the silicified matrix of hydrothermal breccias. The veins are dominantly trending NNE and believed to be a result of the dextral movement along NW trending faults. With this structural framework, the potential of finding parallel veins within the area is good and the target is open to the south under recent cover.
Bulagidun contains numerous porphyry copper-gold targets within a series of related copper-gold bearing breccia pipes. Mapping indicates that the Matinan Prospect represents a separate centre of fluid activity that alone is probably not economic. However the deposit is part of a very large system that measures 7km x 3km oriented in a ENE direction that remains largely un-explored.