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Eagle: A very robust, large, low-cost gold project
20 Sep 16
Victoria Gold (VIT) has released an updated feasibility study (FS) for the Eagle Gold Project in the Yukon, which includes run-of-mine ore from Eagle, higher-grade Olive ore, and accounts for the lower mine construction costs in Canada and the current prices for materials and process reagents. These new inputs have positively influenced operating costs (C1 estimated at US$539/oz, AISC at US$638/oz) and shortened construction from two years to one, while maintaining environmental standards. Further, Eagle’s economics have been positively affected by a devalued Canadian dollar against the greenback over the period since the previous 2012 FS, as well as a resurgent gold price.
Drilling underway, consultants appointed
07 Apr 16
Victoria Gold has appointed consultants and project engineers to update its 2012 Eagle feasibility study (FS). The results are due to be included in a new FS, expected during Q316. The update will also include new drilling results being completed over the potential satellite ore feed deposits of Shamrock and Olive, both situated within 5km of the future Eagle plant. This 8,000m drill programme will run to mid-/end-June. Both the FS update and drill programmes are fully funded.
Defining Shamrock and Olive to enhance Eagle
24 Feb 16
In April 2016 Victoria Gold will initiate an exploration and resource definition programme over its Shamrock-Olive target area, 2km from the proposed Eagle mine. On completion, the company will have a far greater understanding of how the Shamrock-Olive area could complement and enhance Eagle’s economics, which will be published in an updated feasibility study (FS) by year end. Victoria Gold completed a C$3.6m flowthrough share financing in December; funds will be used to complete the upcoming work programme.
Eagle receives its final permit
17 Dec 15
Victoria Gold (VIT) has received the final (water) permit it requires to develop the Eagle Gold Project into a working mine, after a considerable two years of work for the company. Eagle is a shovel-ready, fully permitted, pre-financed gold project (ie all permits received with First Nation support in place), which has robust economics at current (and lower) gold prices. VIT is to complete further satellite deposit drilling with the aim of delineating new resources that will then refine Eagle’s production profile. VIT intends to publish a revised Eagle feasibility study by end 2016.
Olive met results support heap leaching
12 Aug 15
Metallurgical test results for the Olive satellite (to Eagle) deposit back up initial test results published in February and support Olive as a worthwhile potential higher-grade ore feed to the future Eagle processing plant. Additional testing at the Shamrock deposit is also anticipated, with early indications of potentially greater gold recoveries. Victoria Gold (VIT) had C$14.8m in cash at end February 2015 which, at current cash burn rates, should last well beyond end CY17.
19 Apr 17
We take a look at the supply and demand dynamics of the world’s largest diamonds. Less than 200 very large (>200 carat) gem quality diamonds have ever been found, yet 23 of these have been found in the past three years. This dramatic increase is being driven by a combination of the rapid increase in the number of billionaires and hence price and demand, combined with technological developments that have improved large diamond recovery and a certain amount of geological good luck.
Small Cap Breakfast
19 Apr 17
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