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Recent information received from the Company's prospecting team currently working to the west and north of the Santa Fe strongly suggests that bulk mineable gold (plus silver and copper) mineralization may now extend more than 5km in an east-west direction and 3.
As reported previously, most holes have encountered visible gold in quartz veins and vein stockworks, with high-grade mineralization across mineable widths.
of mineable reserves for this advanced stage fully permitted property.
Based on extensive exploration work to date SUR believes that if mined together as a single operation these veins and veinlets may constitute a potential world class bulk mineable gold deposit.
Increase ore reserves along strike and down dip of the existing workings, thereby extending mineable reserves by 1 million tons to a total of 2.
The Jenny Hill project has potential for bulk mineable gold mineralization and is considered one of Lincoln's best properties.
i) US $5 per ounce for each net ounce of gold in excess of the first 1,000,000 mineable ounces of gold and up to 1,500,000 mineable ounces of gold identified.
SRK Consulting considered that Jacobina has the potential to deliver "economically mineable tonnes" containing 2 million recoverable ounces of gold and that the optimum production rate at Jacobina was likely 5,200 tonnes per day or 154,000 ounces of gold per year.
The deposits are open in a number of directions and the company is optimistic about expanding the currently known mineable reserves.
Exploration over the past two field seasons has identified four areas of interest on the FogMess property three of which have potential to host large-scale bulk mineable gold-silver and copper-gold mineralization.
The proceeds raised from the Special Warrant offering will be used by the company to further develop the Andacollo Project in preparation for construction and to commence a drill programme with the objective of expanding the existing mineable deposits in addition to further testing 8 new deposits not previously included in the company's reserves.
Given the excellent leachability characteristics of the mineralization as demonstrated by the on-going bulk testing program, the Company is now viewing the Batoto project as a potential large bulk mineable project with two possible treatment routes: