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  1. Here are some fresh news , just from today- as usual, they care for the environment andare keen on mentioning the efforts they are making to keep it clean. Nice to see that this stock went up smoothly, bought it just in time back then. (for the full article, please read https://www.anacondamining.com/prviewer/release_only/id/4864282 ) 1.81 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold over 30.0 metres (56.0 to 86.0 metres), including 10.00 g/t gold over 1.0 metre in diamond drill hole BN-21-496; 0.98 g/t gold over 6.0 metres (47.5 to 53.5 metres) in diamond drill hole BN-21-498; and 0.54 g/t gold over 10.0 metres (51.0 to 61.0 metres) in diamond drill hole BN-21-497. 5.72 g/t gold over 7.0 metres (30.0 to 37.0 metres) in diamond drill hole AE-21-184; 2.16 g/t gold over 13.0 metres (66.0 to 79.0 metres) in diamond drill hole AE-21-185; 5.25 g/t gold over 6.0 metres (28.0 to 34.0 metres) in diamond drill hole AE-21-169; and 1.04 g/t gold over 8.0 metres (29.0 to 37.0 metres) in diamond drill hole AE-21-174. Selected intersections from holes BN-21-496 to BN-21-507 from infill drilling at Stog'er Tight are shown in Table 1 below and selected intersection from holes AE-21-169 to AE-21-192 from delineation drilling at Argyle are shown in Table 2 below. The results of both the Stog'er Tight and Argyle Drill Programs will be used to update the Mineral Resources and Reserves at Point Rousse, anticipated in Q4 2021. "As we continue to mine at Argyle and move forward with development work at Stog'er Tight, we see an opportunity for optimization and continued mining operations at Point Rousse in the coming years. The advancement of geotechnical and environmental work at Stog'er Tight allows for the optimization of the Mineral Resource and open pit design. Similarly, the delineation drill results at Argyle have provided an opportunity to better optimize the pit design and mining techniques. With this information we have commenced preparing an updated Mineral Resource and Reserve estimate for our Point Rousse operation, that includes a new Mineral Resource for Stog'er Tight, supporting potential extended life of the mining operations. At the same time, we continue to develop other exploration targets throughout Point Rousse and Tilt Cove and are actively drilling a 6,000 metre diamond drill program and completing a 100-line kilometre geophysical survey to test the broader prospectivity of the Point Rousse Project." ~ Kevin Bullock, President and CEO, Anaconda Mining Inc. The Stog'er Tight Deposit is located three (3) kilometres east of the Pine Cove Mill, adjacent to existing road networks, and has been defined over a strike length of 1,250 metres to date. Anaconda produced a total of 17,102 ounces of gold from 349,942 tonnes of ore from the Stog'er Tight Mine between June 2018 and January 2020. Gold from Stog'er Tight was recovered through the Pine Cove Mill with an average head grade of 1.75 g/t gold at an overall recovery of approximately 87%. Preliminary environmental studies have been initiated at the expanded Stog'er Tight Deposit, including environmental baseline work associated with Camp Pond, which is anticipated to be impacted by potential development west of the Stog'er Tight Mine. The Company also continues to gather baseline data, including the installation of water monitoring wells, to support the submission of an enhanced Environmental Registration document to regulators in the fourth quarter of 2021. In addition, fish and fish habitat data is being collected to support the development of a Fisheries Act Authorization application and a fish habitat offsetting plan, which is also expected to be submitted in the fourth quarter.
  2. Does a good feasibility study guarantee ROI? For instance, this article from a mining company, do you think this is worth investing based on the numbers and initial studies? Positive feasibility study for sleeping giant mine modest investment of only $5M high yield rate Here is a summary of this technical report(1): General and History The Sleeping Giant mine is located 80 km north of Amos in north-western Quebec, Canada. It is accessible via road 109 that connects Amos to Matagami. This is a paved road and it passes less than 1 km from the mine site. Material and services are available at competitive prices. The mine was exploited from 1988 to 2014. It has been maintained dry since its temporary closing in 2014 and no infrastructure has been taken out or added. Currently, the Sleeping Giant mill treats ore from the Elder mine owned by Abcourt Mines Inc. and occasionally, some custom ore. The mill capacity is 700 to 750 tonnes per day. The activated carbon process is used to recover gold. Historically, the gold recovery on the Sleeping Giant ore, at that mill is 97.5%. The tailings pond complies with all governmental regulations and the dykes and the quality of water are checked every year by an external expert. The tailings pond has enough capacity to receive the tailings from Elder and those from the Sleeping Giant mine as indicated in section 16 of the technical report. The setting pond at the discharge of the tailings pond is used to treat the discharged water according to the rules and to control the quality of the water. Geology and Mineralization The Sleeping Giant property is located in the central part of the north volcanic zone affected by major E-W and NW-SE corridors of deformation. The geological units in the mine area consist of basalt, andesite and volcano-sedimentary rocks. Mineralization is in disseminated sulfides, in veinlets or in small massive bands parallel to bedding. The best veins contain four types of sulfides: pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite and sphalerite, which make up from 5 to 60% of the vein fillings. Beside gold, the veins contain silver and small amounts of copper and zinc. Note 1: For more information, see Sedar. Mineral Resources The mineral resources used in the feasibility study are extracted from a technical report prepared by Mr. Valère Larouche entitled “Estimation des ressources minérales de la propriété Géant Dormant”, May 2019. The Sleeping Giant ore body contains 10,900 tonnes of measured resources grading 12.20 g/t of gold (4,300 ounces of gold) and 475,625 tonnes of indicated resources with a grade of 11,20 g/t of gold (171,275 ounces of gold) and 93,100 tonnes of inferred resources grading 11.85 g/t of gold (35,400 ounces of gold). Abcourt Mines inc. has identified some substantial exploration targets on existing levels of the mine, ignored in the past. The company is planning an important exploration program and hopes to increase considerably its resources and reserves. Mineral Reserves The mineral reserves are estimated at 339,221 tonnes grading 7.9 g/t of gold (85,690 ounces). These mineral reserves are probable. Mining Method A mining plan has been prepared to extract 325,000 tonnes of reserves over a 4-year period including one year of pre-production (25,000 tonnes) followed by the three years with an annual production of 100,000 tonnes per year. The remaining 14,221 tonnes of reserves, not extracted by this mining plan, will be extracted later in subsequent operations following additional exploration and development work. There are good possibilities of extending the production period by doing additional exploration work on the indicated resources excluded from the mining plan and on the inferred resources and converting the latter into measured or indicated resources and eventually into reserves. The mineralization is typically in narrow veins. The dip varies between 30o and 80o. The mining methods will be shrinkage and room and pillars. The long-hole method is not favored but will be used where the other methods are not adequate. Project Infrastructures The access to the Sleeping Giant is facilitated by road 109 that passes through the property at less than 1 km from the mine site. All surface installation necessary for the opening of the mine are available on the site. The mill and tailings pond are functional. Electricity is provided by HydroQuebec. Mine water is used for the mine and mill. Water from a well is used in lunch rooms, toilets and showers. Telephone and internet services are provided by Telebec. Mill The process used in the mill to treat the gold ore is carbon in pulp. The mill capacity is 700 to 750 tonnes per day. This capacity is sufficient to treat the Elder and the Sleeping Giant ores. Historically, the gold recovery in this mill has been 97,5%. Environment, Permits, Social Impacts and Closing Plan Mining leases and certificates of authorization are valid. Studies are done regularly to comply with exigencies of the provincial and federal environmental laws and regulations. The waste rock is not acid generating and do not leach heavy metals. The re-start of the Sleeping Giant mine will have a positive economic impact on the region by creating about 100 jobs and by the local purchase of material and services. A closing plan was updated and filed with the ministry of “Energie et Richesses Naturelles du Québec” in October 2018. The estimated cost of restoration and closing by Abcourt is $3.6M. An amount of $4M has already been deposited in trust with the ministry of “Energie et Richesses Naturelles du Québec”. Hence, no additional amount is needed and it is not necessary to include this amount in the financial analysis. Capital and Operating Costs The capital cost for the pre-production of the Sleeping Giant mine is estimated at $4.6M, including operating costs of $8.5M, royalties for $0.125M, capital expenditures of $3.4M, a working capital of $1.3M and revenues of $8.7M. The pre-production period is 12 months. During the production period, the sustaining costs are $2.7M including on going capital expenditures of $4.0M and a refund of $1.3M in working capital. Total operating costs during the production period are $52.4M for an average of $174.84 per tonne treated. Royalty payment of $1.375M are not included in this amount. Check out the full content of this article in this link.
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