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Despite their maturity as markets (owing much to dwindling local mineable reserves), the largest producers of mining equipment are generally found in the United States and the industrialized nations of Western Europe, as well as Japan.
The company also plans to resume drilling at North Briggs, with the objective of expanding mineable reserves.
This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy securities, and contains forward-looking statements regarding the Company within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act and Section 21E of the Exchange Act, including statements regarding the anticipated timing and approval of the applications and plans related to the Montanore permitting process, the elements comprising the underground evaluation program, anticipated commencement of underground activities at the Montanore Project, and the impact of the results of the evaluation program on mineable resources and operating costs.
Mining is progressing well and the development of the newly found ore zones continue to show they are economically mineable.
The company believes this area shows characteristics that could lead to future definition of a high grade underground mineable vein controlled gold system or an area of disseminated gold values that could be a bulk open pit minable gold deposit or perhaps both.
Wide zones of silver mineralization intersected in the initial drill program adjacent to historically mined high grade silver veins have demonstrated potential may exist for a bulk mineable silver deposit.
Geologic data suggest that uranium mineralization of underground mineable grade will occur between 900 and 1,500 feet below the surface.