Company: Newlox Gold Ventures Corp
Listings : Canadian Securities Exchange, Frankfurt
Tickers: LUX , NGO
Market cap at time of publication: $ 49 MCAD
Stock price at time of publication: $0.335 CAD
Number of shares fully diluted: 190,390,637
Business: Environmentally friendly and socially responsible gold mining
Market Size: US$180bn
|Vancouver, BC, 29 September 2021 – Newlox Gold Ventures Corp. (“Newlox” or the “Company”) (CSE: LUX Frankfurt/Stuttgart: NGO | PINK: NWLXF) is pleased to announce grab sample results as high as 77.1 grams per tonne gold from the most accessible portions of the historic Boston Mine in Costa Rica. The Boston Mine is currently being exploited by Newlox Gold’s local mining partners with whom Newlox has partnered to supply primary feedstock to the Company’s Boston Processing Plant, which is now at an advanced stage of construction.
At the Boston mine, historical records and recent local mining indicate four mining levels, targeting a system of steeply dipping northeast-trending veins up to 5 meters thick, with grades up to 77.1 grams per tonne, that are readily accessible for immediate exploitation. As with other concessions in this area, bonanza-type shoots with higher grades may be anticipated.
Newlox plans to operate the mill at Boston capable of processing 150 tonnes per day of material grading +- 15 grams per tonne gold with an anticipated gold recovery of 90%. All feedstock is to be provided by Newlox’s mining partners, with profits to be split evenly between the parties. The Company expects the Boston Project to contribute significantly to Newlox’s near-term growth.
A Message from Ryan Jackson, President and CEO:
“These first outstanding high-grade gold results from grab sampling at the historic Boston Mine support both historical exploration results and confirm mining reports provided by the Company’s local mining partners.
We are encouraged that the easily accessible vein structures within the Boston Mine, which are currently slated for immediate exploitation by the local miners, have returned gold grades in excess of 70 grams per tonne. Although the grab sample results do not necessarily indicate the mineralization in general for the deposit, the findings support historical and current data on the Boson Mine.
Positive sampling results from the Boston Mine are especially timely since construction at the Boston Plant is nearing completion. Like many of the Company’s initiatives in 2021, construction at Boston is behind schedule but is progressing nicely.
This year, we have been frustrated by significant delays due to the pandemic and the associated global supply chain disruptions. The Company has had key members of its management and engineering team affected directly by the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, equipment and consumables were delivered over three months later than expected.
These challenges have led the Company to lose time but not resolve.”
Newlox Gold enjoys both a robust treasury, and an experienced technical team that has implemented numerous strategies to overcome supply chain challenges at operations. Our team is completing the ramp-up of Project 1 (our operational tailings remediation project), which is already cash-flow positive and improving each month. The team will complete the construction and commissioning of the Boston Project and will then be positioned to support both our regional growth strategy in Central America, and our new activities in Brazil.
These results strengthen our confidence that the “Boston project” will be very profitable and take part in funding future expansion. We look forward to seeing the “Boston project” be up and running before the end of the year.
According to the companies presentation, at full capacity this plant will reach 20 000 ounces (566 990 grams ) of gold each year. This number may very well be exceeded if the ore gradings on the median average are anywhere near what the samples indicate.
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