Friday, July 20, 2018

Harvest Gold Sells its Suriname Properties



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Short Update on Novo

Source: Bob Moriarty for Streetwise Reports   07/20/2018

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold discusses the reasons behind the slow pace of assay results.

The chat boards on Novo Resources Corp. (NVO:TSX.V; NSRPF:OTCQX) have been a hive of activity pondering the issue of why only five assays have been released in the past year. Is Quinton Hennigh involved in some devious conspiracy to hold down the price of his own shares? Is Novo maneuvering to take over Artemis or Kirkland Lake? Or is Quinton simply incompetent?

None of the above actually comes even close to the truth.

The conglomerate gold story based around Karratha is similar to one of those good news/bad news stories. Due to the size of the gold, it is virtually impossible to measure with accuracy. I have said before and I will repeat it again. You can't measure this gold, you can only mine it. I don't give a damn what anyone calls it, a bulk sample is mining, albeit on a tiny scale.

Everyone keeps trying to run the exploration program just as if you are exploring a many million-ounce gold deposit. Which it most certainly is. But thinking of it as a giant hard rock property is causing all of the companies involved, not just Novo Resources, to see the trees and miss the forest.

The conglomerate gold story is a placer story. And with placer gold, you have exactly the same good news/bad news story. Depending on the size and grade of the gold it varies from measuring with a 35% plus or minus guess at the grade to simply wetting your finger and holding it in the breeze to see which way the breeze is blowing. Or better put, giving a SWAG (Stupid Wild-Assed Guess). It's between hard to measure to impossible to measure.

However the good news is really good news. Placer gold is really easy to process. The bigger the gold, the easier and cheaper it is to process.

After figuring out that a large core drill rig could drill nice wide pretty holes, Novo also figured out that you couldn't blow the gold, with an specific gravity of about 19, back up the hole so you could measure it scientifically.

If you can, just imagine the drill supervisor looking down a wonderful wide hole three meters deep at a pile of gold nuggets at the bottom and saying, "Yup. You got a lotta gold here."

So Novo went the mining route bulk sample process as I suggested. I think that started back in November when they figured out the large diameter drill was a write off. And the company went to one of the best and most qualified assay labs in Australia, SGS. SGS was going to design and build a small plant just for processing the bulk samples.

Since December SGS has managed to process and release two samples. In seven months.

That's absurd.

There are two issues that caused this utter failure. One is that unbeknownst to most people, Australia has a severe labor problem. With the iron and coal mines working 24/7 it's damned hard to find and keep qualified labor.

The other issue is that everyone, including SGS, is making the conglomerate gold issue too complicated. It's placer gold that just happens to be in hard rock. Crush it and run it across a sluice box. But SGS makes a lot more money if they come up with a complicated solution.

They don't need a complicated solution, they need a simple solution. Simple solutions work. Complicated solutions fail.

I talked to Quinton a little while back and asked just what it was that held things up; after all, all they are doing is building a mini plant. He said there were issues with the hardness of the rock and they seemed to have a crusher that didn't work.

Rocks tend to be hard. That is what makes them rock. If they were soft, they would be dirt. If you try running a certain species of rock through a crusher and the crusher has a problem with it, get a bigger hammer. No problem.

I had a placer project in Mexico and used a screen deck and a short sluice box to recover most of the gold from what was fairly fine gold. Certainly not coarse. It cost about $50,000 all in, design, fabrication, customs, transportation and set up. And it worked even though the guys working for me specialized in breaking equipment. The life span of a truck was about six months.

I had another placer gold project in Tanzania with ultra fine, fly spec gold. We used $3000 all in, hand fed sluice boxes larger but similar to this. A pan of dirt to be sampled might have 400 colors. It was really hard to pan, the gold was so small. But those tiny almost home-made recovery plants worked.

When I was in Karratha a year ago, we drove out to Comet Well and Purdy's and passed a shallow gravel pit on the way to the projects. Someone working on a road crew a few months before saw some gold in the gravel on a job they were on and asked around about where the gravel came from. He and a mate bought a metal detector and tested the gravel pit. It wasn't big, maybe 100 meters across and maybe 1-2 meters in depth. They took home hundreds of ounces of gold from a weekend. I'm certain they declared all the gold and paid taxes on it.

There is a boatload of gold in Karratha. It could easily be mined at great profit if people would stop making it so damned complicated. If metal detectors work, buy some and rip the ground with a D-11 dozer with a ripper. Run the crap across a sluice box and recover 98% of the gold. Easy Peasy.

SGS has stopped the conglomerate gold rush in its tracks just by keeping their head where the sun don't shine. It would be wonderful to have a Jorc or 43-101 and know to a gnat's ass just how much gold there is in the Pilbara.

But I could put it in production in a weekend with a blasting permit, a D-11 and a sluice box. For a couple of million dollars. If two guys can recover $400,000 of gold in a weekend with a $10,000 metal detector, it really need not be rocket science.

Novo Resources has about 1.2 million warrants at $1.25 expiring on August 12. Some warrant holders will probably be selling shares to exercise. Expect higher prices once the selling pressure lets up.

I'm a big fan of Novo and have been for nine years. They are still my biggest holding and naturally I am biased. Do your own due diligence.

Novo Resources
NVO-V $3.83 (Jul 20, 2018)
NSRPF $2.88 OTCQX 159 million shares
Novo Resources website

Bob and Barb Moriarty brought 321gold.com to the Internet almost 16 years ago. They later added 321energy.com to cover oil, natural gas, gasoline, coal, solar, wind and nuclear energy. Both sites feature articles, editorial opinions, pricing figures and updates on current events affecting both sectors. Previously, Moriarty was a Marine F-4B and O-1 pilot with more than 832 missions in Vietnam. He holds 14 international aviation records.

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

New Discovery Returns Gold Grades Up to 336 g/t

Source: Streetwise Reports   07/19/2018

The results highlight a mineralized trend in a new area near the existing mine site.

Cabral Gold Inc. (CBR:TSX.V; CBGZF:OTC.MKTS) announced in a July 19 press release initial sampling and exploration results from an ongoing program assessing the potential of newly discovered high-grade veins at the Machichie site, within the Cuiú Cuiú Project, Pará State, northern Brazil.

"Initial results have highlighted a newly recognized mineralized trend with no previous drilling that is located only 500 meters north of the Cabral's MG deposit. MG is one of four deposits with defined resources at Cuiú Cuiú," noted the company.

The newly discovered Machichie mineralized structures extend at least 300 meters and lie along an easterly trend, roughly parallel to the MG deposit, according to the company.

"The discovery is highlighted by a line of recently sunk artisanal shafts that are exploiting high-grade gold-bearing quartz veins hosted in soft, shallow weathered bedrock," explained the company in the release. "The structure is defined as a subtle magnetic low that corresponds to a coincident gold-in-soil geochemical anomaly (100-315ppb Au)."

"A composite grab sample of mineralized rock returned 336 g/t Au from a 1-meter-wide quartz-pyrite vein in an artisanal shaft at Machichie," note the company. "Channel sample results include 54.6 g/t Au over 0.80 meters, 13.2 g/t Au over 0.75 meters, 13.8 g/t Au over 1.5 meters and 5.8 g/t Au over 1.75 meters."

The Cuiú Cuiú Project includes the largest of the historical placer gold camps in the Tapajós region of northern Brazil. The project has yielded an estimated 2 Moz of gold from the overall 20-30 Moz gold produced during the Tapajós gold rush from the late-1970s though the mid-1990s.

"Placer workings cover over 850 hectares on the property but are largely exhausted," according to the news release. "The few remaining artisanal workers now process gold from palaeo-valley placer deposits and in places exploit high-grade gold mineralization from quartz veins in saprolite (shallow highly weathered bedrock)."

Exploration from 2006 through 2012 identified multiple bedrock sources for numerous placer workings, largely discovered through following up pronounced surface gold-in-soil geochemical anomalies. Many potential source areas remain untested, and recent work by artisanal workers is uncovering additional new targets, noted the company.

Earlier this year, Cabral reported an updated a Mineral Resource Estimate totaling 5.9 million tons grading 0.9 g/t Au (Indicated) and 19.5 million tons grading 1.2 g/t Au (Inferred), or 0.2 Moz and 0.8 Moz of gold, respectively. That estimate was based on four deposits drilled prior to the cessation of drilling in 2012.

"The Company's current program is designed to improve understanding and expand existing prospects, evaluate newly identified discoveries, prioritize drill targets, and to build upon the existing resource inventory. One focus is on the definition of gold targets that are strategically close to existing resources. The Machichie area is one such target, as it lies within 500 meters of the MG deposit," the company noted.

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Upside Could Lie in Explorer's Secondary Vein Targets on Nevada Property

Source: Streetwise Reports   07/19/2018

Moving into the next exploration phase means a shift in this company's areas of focus.

American Pacific Mining Corp. (USGD:CSE;USGDF:OTCPK) intends to expand its Tuscarora gold project in Elko, Nevada, beyond the South Navajo vein to an additional 13 or so previously mined targets identified during historical work. "These vein sets and stockworks will be a main focus in our exploration efforts moving forward," said American Pacific Mining President Eric Saderholm. "This is the upside of the Tuscarora property," which is located northeast of Nevada's Carlin trend, southwest of the Jerritt Canyon deposit and east-northeast of the Midas deposit.

Listed by geographical location, from west to east, the targets to be further explored include: Battle Hill, Modoc Hill, Silica, Kings Pinto, Navajo Hill, Navajo North and South, Revenue, Schoolhouse, Independence, DuFreese, Grand Prize and East Pediment. "All of these veins, or vein clusters, project into the pediment with fewer than 10 drill holes to test them aside from the South Navajo vein," Saderholm said.

In late June, American Pacific released the initial assays from the first drilling phase at Tuscarora. It should announce results for the remaining 11, Phase 1 holes soon.

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Healthcare Tech Company Receives US Patent

Source: Streetwise Reports   07/19/2018

The U.S Patent and Trademark Office has granted the allowance to a technology company whose platform allows healthcare organizations to buy, sell and trade equipment and supplies.

H-Source Holdings Ltd. (HSI:TSX.V; HSCHF:OTCQB) recently announced it has received allowance by the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for U.S. Patent Application No. 12/772,019.

"We are pleased the USPTO has allowed our patent, "Perishable medical product management systems, perishable medical product management methods, and perishable medical product resale methods." Intellectual property (IP) has been a focus for us from the beginning. Combined with our granted patent in Japan and additional pending applications, we are committed to growing our IP portfolio. Our current allowed and granted patents not only support our existing platform but will also provide us new opportunities to innovate and offer breakthrough healthcare solutions," explained Murray Walden, president of H-Source.

H-Source Holdings Ltd. is a technology company operating within the healthcare industry with offices in Seattle and Spokane, Wash.

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Gold Miner Signs Letter to Fund Copperstone Gold Development and Production

Source: Streetwise Reports   07/19/2018

Letter of Intent signed for US$27.6 million.

Kerr Mines Inc. (KER:TSX; KERMF:OTC; 7AZ1:FRA) recently announced the signing of a Letter of Intent with Pandion Mine Finance for US$27.6 million to fund the development and production of gold at the Copperstone Mine by Q4/19.

The financing is subject to the execution of a Prepaid Forward Gold Agreement. Additionally, there is an anticipated initial tranche of US$19.6 million targeted for August 2018 and a second tranche of US$8 million in July 2019. It has been anticipated that Pandion will sign a Definitive Agreement in August 2018; the proceeds from it will be mostly used to fund the Copperstone Mine into production by Q4/19.

"After careful review of the financing options available, we are pleased to select Pandion Mine Finance as our funding partner. We believe the terms of this financing are competitive and create value for our shareholders. It is another key milestone that our team has achieved in just over a year since taking the helm of the Company," explained Claudio Ciavarella, the CEO of Kerr Mines.

The 2018 drilling program will be started by the company to convert a significant proportion of Measured, Indicated and Inferred Resource into Proven and Probable to extend the mine life and cash flows.

Some key highlights of the agreement are that Kerr will deliver to Pandion a total of approximately 95,000 ounces over a 40 month period. However, no gold shall be deliverable by the company during the first 22 months. Another is that all other production from the Copperstone will be sold at the market price. In addition, Pandion would have the option to elect at any time to receive common shares of Kerr Mines at a price of $0.40 per share, in lieu of delivery of up to 10,000 ounces of gold, subject to the prior approval of the TSX.

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Firm's 2018 Yukon Exploration Work to Target Four Areas

Source: Streetwise Reports   07/19/2018

The campaign aims to build upon recent findings at this Yukon property.

Victoria Gold Corp.'s (VIT:TSX.V) 2018 exploration program at Dublin Gulch has begun. Two diamond drills and heavy equipment are now on the property. Satellite camps have been erected so that efforts do not hamper building of the Eagle gold mine that, too, is underway. "While mine construction is Victoria's primary focus this year, the company does not intend to let the untapped mineral potential of the Dublin Gulch property remain untested," said Victoria Gold President and CEO John McConnell.

This year's exploration campaign at the Yukon asset will focus on the Olive-Shamrock, Bluto, Nugget and VBW targets. "Any of these target areas have the potential to host another Eagle or Olive-Shamrock style deposit, and we look forward to demonstrating additional, definable gold deposits across the highly prospective Dublin Gulch property in the coming years," McConnell added.

At Olive-Shamrock-Spinach, Victoria Gold will do stepout and definition drilling, aiming to expand the "known, near-surface, minable tonnage along the mineralized shear zone," the news release noted. The company will conduct advanced exploration at Bluto, Nugget and two high-priority targets on the Potato Hills Trend.

Along with the above drilling, work will encompass "mapping, prospecting, surface trenches, soils geochemistry, geophysical surveys and diamond drilling," the release noted.

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