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MOSS MINE PROJECT ADVANCING TO COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION Gold-Silver Production | Commences Q4 2017
orthern Vertex Mining Corp. (TSX.V: NEE) has moved decisively over the past six years to establish an NI 43-101 gold-silver resource on its Moss Mine Project, complete a Bankable Feasibility Study and conduct a successful pilot production program that substantially de-risked the project. The Company is now poised to advance its Moss Mine Project from the construction phase to near-term gold and silver production.
MOSS PROJECT // N.W. ARIZONA, U.S.A. 1. Mine construction and earthworks underway
High IRR – 48% (after tax) AISC (LOM) - US$662 / Gold EQ. Oz Payback Period - 2.3 years
Greenstone Resources Directors + Officers Insider’s Associates Gold 2000 High Net Worth / Private Banking
MINE DEVELOPMENT / PRODUCTION PLAN Commercial Production slated for Q4 2017 5,000 TPD producing 42,000 Gold EQ. Oz per year Metallurgical recoveries projected at – 82% gold – 65% silver Initial mine plan restricted to private land only Development growth targeting 10 year mine-life with +200,000 Resource of Gold
MANAGEMENT & DIRECTORS
EQ. Oz to be evaluated for mine life extension
Ken Berry, President & CEO Christopher Park, CFO and Corporate Secretary Dr. David Stone, Construction Project Manager Joe Bardswich, General Manager & Director Michael Haworth, Director David Farrell, Director Gordon D. Ulrich, Director Jim McDonald, Director
ONGOING RESOURCE EXPANSION PROGRAM Exploration upside – only 5% of property explored Multi-phase drill and expansion program underway Numerous high priority targets identified High-grade gold mineralization recently discovered at depth below established gold-silver resource
RESOURCES + RESERVES Moss Mine Resource Category
Moss Mine Reserve ROM
3 .3 0 Mt
Measured & Indicated
Low Grade Ore
Grade Gold Eq
Contained Gold Eq
* NI 43-101 Technical Report Feasibility Study, “Mohave County Arizona” Report by M3 Engineering, Effective date June 8, 2015 calculated the Mineral Reserve Estimate within a pit-constrained LG pit with maximum slope angles of 65◦. Metal prices of US$1,250/ oz and US$18.50/oz were used for gold and silver respectively. Metallurgical recoveries of 82% for gold and 65% for silver were applied. A variable gold cut-off was estimated based on a mining cost of US$2.75/t mined, and a total process and G&A operating cost of US$6.48/t of ore mined. Primary ore is based on a cut-off of 0.25 g/t Au, and low grade ore is based on a cut-off of 0.2 g/t Au. The gold equivalent (“AuEq”) formulae, applied for purposes of estimating AuEq grades and ounces, are as follows: • Factor A (gold) = 1 / 31.10346 x metallurgical recovery (82%) x smelter recovery (99%) x refinery recovery (99%) x unit Au price (US$1,250 / oz) • Factor B (silver) = 1 / 31.10346 x metallurgical recovery (65%) x smelter recovery (98%) x refinery recovery (99%) x unit Ag price (US$18.50 / oz) • AuEq grade = Au grade + (Ag grade x [Factor B / Factor A]) AuEq ounces = (AuEq grade x material tonnes) / 31.10346