: Roxgold Inc. schneidet 23,3 g/t Gold über 6,7 m
Roxgold Inc. veröffentlichte gestern neue Ergebnisse des kürzlich abgeschlossenen Einfüllbohrprogramms bei der Konzession Yaramoko in Burkina Faso. Dabei stieß das Unternehmen bei zwei Bohrungen in der Zone 55 auf hochgradige Goldmineralisierungen:
• Bohrloch YRM-DD-13-289: 12,7 g/t Gold über 14,2 m; darin 23,3 g/t Gold über 6,7 m • Bohrloch YRM-DD-13-284: 13,0 g/t Gold über 11,2 m; darin 28,9 g/t Gold über 4,7 m
Roxgold meldet Produktionszahlen für 2017 und Ausblick für 2018
Mit einer Produktion von 127 koz Gold konnte Roxgold seine eigene Prognose von 110-120 koz übertreffen. Für 2018 wird eine Förderung zwischen 110-120 koz Gold in Aussicht gestellt zu AISC von 780-830 $/oz.
For the three and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2018, the Company:
Achieved production of 30,532 ounces of gold in Q3 2018 (28,410 ounces in Q3 2017) and YTD 2018 production of 106,812 ounces (91,970 ounces in YTD 2017);
Realized a record quarterly processing throughput of 78,357 tonnes - 15% above nameplate capacity;
Reduced operating costs per tonne processed by 7% in Q3 2018 and a 6% reduction in operating cost1 per tonne processed for YTD 2018;
Achieved a cash operating cost1 of $454 per ounce produced and all-in sustaining costs1 of $788 per ounce sold and $409 per ounce produced and $716 per ounce sold for the three and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2018, respectively;
Higher EBITDA1 of $16.9 million in Q3 2018 ($14.3 million in Q3 2017) and $68.9 million for YTD 2018 ($44.6 million for 2017 YTD);
Achieved strong EBITDA margin1 of 45% in Q3 2018 (40% in Q3 2017) and 50% for YTD 2018 (39% for 2017 YTD);
Generated cash flow from mining operations1 totalling $18.6 million in Q3 2018 ($0.05 per share) and $75.1 million ($0.20 per share) for YTD 2018;
Maintained a strong balance sheet with cash on hand of $71.2 million;
entgehen und bin dabei ! Die Story ist stimmig: Produzent > 140KOz/Jahr mit Potenzial nach oben, Cashflow, pralles Kapitalpolster und ein weiteres aussichtsreiches Projekt mit hervorragenden Bohrergebnissen in der Hinterhand, passt !
der Ausblick ist Kacke ;) Die Goldproduktion geht zurück weil das Erz schlechter wird. Die Explorationsausgaben steigen und somit die AISC. Hatte überlegt einzusteigen , das lasse ich ... bin schon überproportional in Semafo, brauche nicht noch eine Mine in Burkina Faso.
Roxgold Continues to Return High Grade Gold Assays From Séguéla including 19.8 GPT Over 12 M & 57.7 GPT Over 4 M
Drill Results Gold Côte d?Ivoire TSX: ROXG www.roxgold.com Mr. John Dorward reports: Roxgold Inc. (?Roxgold? or the ?Company?) (TSX: ROXG) (OTCQX: ROGFF) is pleased to announce further infill and extension drilling results from the Company?s Ancien prospect at the Séguéla Gold Project (?Séguéla?) located in Côte d?Ivoire.
Highlights of Ancien Results (Graphic: Business Wire)
Séguéla Gold Project, Côte d?Ivoire: Highlights from Reverse Circulation (?RC?) and Diamond (?DD?) drilling
12 metres ("m") at 19.8 grams per tonne gold ("g/t Au") in drill hole SGRD761 from 156m including 1m at 52.1 g/t Au from 162m and 3m at 52.9 g/t Au from 164m 4m at 57.7 g/t Au in drill hole SGRD748 from 202m including 2m at 114.2 g/t Au from 202m 15m at 10.9 g/t Au in drill hole SGRD747 from 226m including 3m at 39.8 g/t Au from 238m; and a separate interval of 4m at 9.2 g/t Au from 245m
22m at 6.5 g/t Au in drill hole SGRD740 from 187m and also 6m at 7.8 g/t Au from 213m 11m at 8.2 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC760 from 177m including 2m at 37.6 g/t Au from 182m ?The exploration successes we continue to demonstrate at Séguéla builds our confidence that the Feasibility Study, due for completion early next year, will outline a larger more robust project than what was defined in the Preliminary Economic Assessment,? stated John Dorward, President and Chief Executive Officer. ?The continuing high grade results from infill and extension drilling at Ancien further underpin the emerging potential of the deposit to improve the mine plan. With three rigs currently turning, we are confident that further upside will be realized at the existing deposits and the suite of early stage targets which are slated for near-term testing.?
Paul Weedon, Vice President Exploration commented ?Ancien continues to demonstrate its high grade credentials with these recent results extending the depth of the central high grade core in holes SGRD747 and SGRD748 well beyond the margin of the PEA conceptual pit shell. Similarly, the strength of the hanging wall lode is evident in the 12m at 19.8 g/t Au intersected in SGRD761 and 11m at 8.2 g/t Au in SGRD760, further underpinning confidence Ancien will be a significant contributor to the mine plan.?
Roxgold Announces New High Grade Discovery at Séguéla Hitting 19m at 26.1 GPT Au and 12m at 32.1 GPT Au at Koula Prospect
Drill Results Gold Côte d?Ivoire TSX: ROXG www.roxgold.com Mr. John Dorward reports: Roxgold Inc. (?Roxgold? or the ?Company?) (TSX: ROXG) (OTCQX: ROGFF) is pleased to announce the discovery of a new high grade prospect, Koula, at the Séguéla Gold Project (?Séguéla?) located in Côte d?Ivoire.
19 metres (?m?) at 26.1 grams per tonne gold (?g/t Au?) in drill hole SGRC877 from 189m including 2m at 23.0 g/t Au from 192m and 2m at 52.6 g/t Au from 195m and 1m at 283 g/t Au from 202m 12m at 32.1 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC854 from 84m including 4m at 92.1 g/t Au from 90m 8m at 14.8 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC875 from 45m including 2m at 46.2 g/t Au from 45m and 1m at 14.4 g/t Au from 50m 12m at 4.7 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC876 from 95m including 2m at 20.4 g/t Au from 100m ?Rarely do you see results of this tenor in the very first drill holes into a new target,? stated John Dorward, President and Chief Executive Officer. ?Koula is a recent addition to what is already a considerable portfolio of prospects, yet with these first batch of holes, Koula is demonstrating many similarities to Ancien ? with comparable consistency and style of the high grade core, alteration style and steep southerly plunging nature.
?Our goal this year at Séguéla has been to build upon the PEA and demonstrate the potential for the project to grow in quality, scale and scope. We believe that this year?s stream of exploration results, coupled with today?s announcement of a discovery, reinforce the potential for Séguéla to achieve this goal. With three rigs currently turning, we are confident that further exploration upside will continue to be realized. Permitting discussions continue to progress well and the Feasibility Study remains on track for completion early next year.?
Paul Weedon, Vice President Exploration commented ?I am very pleased with the success of the Séguéla exploration team in discovering and rapidly advancing this new discovery. Results from an initial 10-hole RC reconnaissance program have been very successful in defining high grade mineralization extending over a projected strike of more than 300 metres across 5 drill lines, with the deepest intersection approximately 150 metres below surface. I look forward to the results of the Scout RC drilling program which will progressively work across the high priority Séguéla prospects. This drilling program is following up on the mapping and reconnaissance sampling at Séguéla which continues to emphasise the regional prospectivity of the property.?
Located approximately 1km to the east of Antenna, Koula was discovered through field reconnaissance and mapping in an area previously considered to be a lower exploration priority.
Results from an initial 10-hole RC reconnaissance program were successful in defining high grade mineralization over a projected strike of greater than 300m across 5 drill lines, with the deepest intersection approximately 150m below surface. Three diamond core holes will be completed in September, testing further depth extents as well as providing diamond drill core for structural interpretation, and will form part of a program of infill drilling to approximately 50m centres.
Displaying similar characteristics to those of Ancien in terms of host geology, mineralization style, high grade tenor and coarse visible gold, Koula remains open to the south with an interpreted southerly plunge remaining to be fully tested. The weathering profile at Koula is very shallow with oxidized material generally less than 15m below surface.
Figure 2. Koula assay results and assay status
Highlights from the first 10-hole reconnaissance drilling program at Koula include:
19m at 26.1 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC877 from 189m including 2m at 23.0 g/t Au from 192m and 2m at 52.6 g/t Au from 195m and 1m at 283 g/t Au from 202m 12 m at 32.1 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC854 from 84m including 4m at 92.1 g/t Au from 90m 8m at 14.8 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC875 from 45m including 2m at 46.2 g/t Au from 45m and 1m at 14.4 g/t Au from 50m 12m at 4.7 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC876 from 95m including 2m at 20.4 g/t Au from 100m 2m at 3.3 g/t Au in drill hole SGRC852 from 89m Exploration activities at Séguéla have continued to infill and test the extensions of the existing Inferred Mineral Resources at Antenna, Ancien, Agouti and Boulder in support the upcoming Feasibility Study, while scout RC drilling and auger drilling continues on other high priority prospects within the project land package.
Click here to view the full listing of drill results from the recent drilling programs at the Séguéla Gold Project. Note: all results are reported as down-hole intervals which represent approximately 80% of true width.
Catalysts and Next Steps
Timing Ongoing infill, expansion and Feasibility-support drilling program at Séguéla
Q3 2020 Satellite target exploration at Séguéla
H2 2020 Drilling results from Boussoura
H2 2020 Underground drilling program in 55 Zone at Yaramoko Mine Complex
H2 2020 Feasibility Study for Séguéla
H1 2021 Séguéla construction decision
H1 2021 Quality Assurance/Quality Control
All drilling data completed by Roxgold utilized the following procedures and methodologies. All drilling was carried out under the supervision of Roxgold personnel.
RC drilling used a 5.25 inch face sampling pneumatic hammer with samples collected into 60 litre plastic bags. Samples were kept dry by maintaining enough air pressure to exclude groundwater inflow. If water ingress exceeded the air pressure, RC drilling was stopped, and drilling converted to diamond core tails. Aircore (?AC?) drilling was collected in one metre intervals and sampled in a similar fashion to RC methods. Once collected, RC and AC samples were riffle split through a three-tier splitter to yield a 12.5% representative sample for submission to the analytical laboratory. The residual 87.5% sample were stored at the drill site until assay results were received and validated. Coarse reject samples for all mineralized samples corresponding to significant intervals are retained and stored on-site at the Company controlled core yard.
DD drill holes were drilled with HQ sized diamond drill bits. The core was logged, marked up for sampling using standard lengths of one metre. Samples were then cut into equal halves using a diamond saw. One half of the core was left in the original core box and stored in a secure location at the Company core yard at Séguéla. The other half was sampled, catalogued and placed into sealed bags and securely stored at the site until shipment.
All Séguéla RC, AC and DD core samples were shipped to ALS Laboratories preparation laboratory in Yamoussoukro for preparation. Samples were dried and crushed by the Lab and a 250-gram split prepared from the coarse crushed material, prior to pulverization and preparation of a 200g sample. Samples are then shipped via commercial courier to ALS?s analytical facility in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso where routine gold analysis using a 50-gram charge and fire assay with an atomic absorption finish was completed. Quality control procedures included the systematic insertion of blanks, duplicates and sample standards into the sample stream. In addition, the Lab inserted its own quality control samples.
Paul Weedon, MAIG, Vice-President, Exploration for Roxgold Inc., a Qualified Person within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical disclosure contained in this news release, including the QA/QC, sampling, analytical and test data underlying this information. Mr. Weedon verified the information in the news release by reviewing the drill logs, geological interpretations and supporting analytical data. No limitations were imposed on Mr. Weedon?s verification process. For more information on the Company?s QA/QC and sampling procedures, please refer to the Company?s Annual Information Form dated December 31, 2019, available on the Company?s website at www.roxgold.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.