Atlantic Gold

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Project Details:

Client:
Location: Nova Scotia
Resource: Gold
Services: 43-101 2014 PEA, 2015 Feasibility Stud, 2018 Pre-feasibility Study, 2016-2018 Commissioning and Engineering Support
Year: 2016-2018

Description:

Moose Mountain Technical Services (MMTS) is an ongoing partner with Atlantic Gold Corporation (AGC), working together on the development of the Moose River Consolidated Project (MRC). Through the years, MMTS has conducted several scoping studies to help AGC make critical decisions on project development direction. MMTS has also aided AGC with NI43-101 compliance on all of AGC’s publicly reported deposits.In 2014 we published AGC’s maiden PEA on the Touquoy, Beaver Dam and Cochrane Hill deposits.In 2015 we assisted on their NI43-101 Feasibility Study, focused on mine engineering and financials at the Touquoy and Beaver Dam deposits. The results of this positive study lead to the financing and construction of the Touquoy deposit in 2016, and first gold poured in 2017. MMTS has also assisted with detailed mine engineering through the construction period and first year of operations at Touquoy.In 2018 we assisted on their NI43-101 Pre-Feasibility Study, focused on mine engineering and financials at the 15 Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill deposits.


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