Depi kelke tan yon konpayi ki rele Ste Genevieve ki gen sièj o Kebek nan kanada ap eksplwate yon minn lo ak kwiv nan rejyonTrou-du-Nord, Mont-Organisé, Vallières, Terrier-Rouge. Pa gen anyen ki pale sou aktivite konpayi sa, se silans konplè. Nou aprann tou rejyon tankou Plaisance, Milot, Grand Bassin, Carice, Cerca Cavajal plen resous minyè tou.
Men sa map mande pou komanse kisa konpayi Ste Geneviève ap ramanse an kantimini san rapo ofisyèl Ministè responsab. Paske dapre dènye nouvèl konpayi sa an operasyon e menm monte yon patenarya ak gouvenman Ayisyen. Yo te pwomèt rout, lekol ak latriye ak kominote nan rejyon Nodès sa ki bezwen sa anpil. Ki kote tout pwomès sayo rive.
Gouvenman Preval-Alexis rive sou Madan Pierre Louis pa rache yon mo sou rezilta dekouvèt operasyon yo, konbyen tonn lo yo ou lot mineral yo ranmase. Konbyen gouvenman Ayisyen benefisye nan patenarya sa ak konpayi Ste Geneviève jiska prezan.
Koulyè a se anko yon lot konpayi kanadien ki rele Eurasian Minerals ki lonje dwèt li sou yon lot filon do nan rejyon Linbe. Mezanmiro se te sou lo nou chita nan peyi yo di pi pov nan emisfè sa. Lajan komanse debouse pou eksplwate filon do ak kwiv sa anko. Eske gouvenman Preval la pa dwe pale de dosye sayo. Kote jounalis nou yo pou rantre 2 nawè yo nan dosye lo ak minn kwiv sayo.
Ala ti peyi pa gen chans, eske yo pral louvri zantray li, pran tout tout trezo l posede e pi kite bon pèp pitit li yo san anyen. Anko se modi etranje ak volo nasyono kap banbile. Pandan yo kite nou nan ignorans.
Eurasian Minerals Inc. Acquires Grand Bois Gold Deposit Property, Haiti
27/01/2009 16:32:00 Eurasian Minerals
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Jan. 26, 2009) - Eurasian Minerals Inc. (the "Company" or "EMX") (TSX VENTURE:EMX) is pleased to announce the acquisition of 100% interest of the Grand Bois Property in Haiti from Societe Miniere Citadelle (hereinafter referred to as "SMC"). The acquisition is focused on the Grand Bois historic, non-NI 43-101 compliant resource of 4.3 million tonnes with average grades of 2.24 g/t gold and 14.92 g/t silver. This historic non-NI 43-101 compliant resource is based on drilling that intersected near-surface, oxide gold mineralization, including an intercept of 49 meters averaging 6.06 g/t gold. Newmont Ventures Limited ("Newmont" or "NEM"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, has selected the Grand Bois property to be included in a "Designated Project" under the NEM-EMX Strategic Venture Agreement. Please see attached map and the Company's web site at www.eurasianminerals.com for more information.
Grand Bois Property Overview. The Grand Bois property covers an area of 50 square kilometers of mineral rights located 28 kilometers southwest of the port city of Cap Haitien, in northern Haiti, and is entirely surrounded by exploration licenses recently acquired by the Company (see Company news release dated December 17, 2008). The property is situated in mountainous terrain adjacent to National Highway #1 that connects Cap Haitien and the capital city of Port Au Prince. Prior to EMX's acquisition, the Grand Bois property was held by SMC, a Haitian private corporation, through a Mining Convention issued by the Bureau of Mines and Energy, Republic of Haiti. The Mining Convention essentially establishes a mining permit that is subject to terms and conditions of Haiti's mining law.
The Grand Bois gold mineralization is hosted within a high-sulfidation epithermal gold system that was recognized by Kennecott Exploration in 1975. The gold mineralization is near-surface, oxidized, and open for extension. The property has undergone historic exploration, including four drill campaigns totaling more than 7500 meters. The historic drilling returned intercepts including 49 meters averaging 6.06 g/t gold starting at surface (0-49 m, hole GBS-D6). A summary of the historic exploration work includes:
1975 - Kennecott Exploration completed mapping, pitting, trenching, soil geochemistry, geophysics and 10 diamond drill holes totaling 1,680 meters.
1978 - Penarroya completed mapping, trenching and 11 diamond drill holes for 1730 meters, nine of which are within the deposit area.
1983 - The United Nations Development Program ("UNDP") completed mapping, pitting, trenching, metallurgical work, and 51 diamond holes for 2,003 meters. The UNDP work produced an non-NI 43-101 compliant historical resource estimate, termed a "geological reserve", of 4.3 million tonnes averaging 2.24 g/t gold and 14.92 g/t silver. (Focsa, et al., 1986, Le Gisement d'or de Grand Bois/Limbe. Project HAI/84/016-02-P01 UNDP/BME). The historical resource was based upon a polygonal estimate at a 0.5 g/t gold cutoff. The UNDP historical "geological reserve" does not use the resource and reserve categories as defined in NI 43-101. A Qualified Person has not performed sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources, and EMX is not treating the estimate as current mineral resources. The historical estimate should not be relied upon until it can be confirmed by the Company. However, the drill-delineated Grand Bois gold mineralized deposit described by the UNDP report is considered relevant.
1997 - KWG Resources ("KWG") completed a topographic survey and 16 diamond drill holes totaling 2131.6 meters. KWG's drilling included twin and duplicate holes that generally supported and confirmed the prior drill results reported by the UNDP.
The Grand Bois gold deposit is located on the top and flank of a hill (elevations range from 580-720 m), that would have a favorable stripping ratio for a potential open-pit operation. The base of oxidation extends to a depth of 90 meters. The deposit as currently defined is roughly circular in outline, with dimensions of 300 by 350 meters, and consists of a poorly consolidated tabular body of mineralized and oxidized volcanic rock with an average thickness of approximately 20 meters. The gold mineralization remains open for expansion. A limited number of drill holes that extended below the oxide gold zone intersected significant copper mineralization, including 0.62% copper over 53.5 meters (64.9-118.4 m, hole DDH-1). The copper mineralization may be related to a porphyry system, and provides further upside exploration potential to the property.
The Grand Bois gold deposit area is located in the northern half of a polymetallic mineral district which covers roughly 24 square kilometers, and contains 46 prospective gold-silver, copper, zinc and lead mineral occurrences. Select historic rock sample assay results from massive barite, barite-sulfide, sulfide, and quartz-sulfide mineralization collected from Grand Bois mineral prospects contain up to 27 g/t gold, 627 g/t silver, 30.2% copper, 2.25% lead, and 23.9% zinc (Louca, 1989).
EMX Due Diligence Results. EMX due diligence work on the Grand Bois property included metallurgical test assays, as well as soil and rock sampling over the known mineralization and surrounding target areas. The preliminary metallurgical test assays were conducted on historic drill core pulps from 21 intervals, and yielded an average of 91% gold recovery using traditional oxide leach recovery technology. EMX's results are consistent with metallurgical test data outlined in historic reports from the UNDP and KWG. EMX conducted a soil geochemical survey over the known mineralization and Rivage Ridge areas totaling 585 samples. The gold-in-soil anomalies (i.e., greater than 0.1 g/t Au) define a 1000 by 530 meter north to northwest trending zone over the known deposit footprint, with a higher grade zone (i.e., greater than 0.3 g/t Au) measuring 690 by 320 meters. There are two additional northwest trending gold-in-soil anomalies over Rivage Ridge, measuring 620 by 200 and 920 by 200 meters. EMX also collected 104 rock-chip samples from a three square kilometer area covering the Grand Bois deposit and surrounding areas. The results include 21 samples (20%) assaying greater than 1.0 g/t gold. Significant gold and trace element anomalies were also confirmed in the Trompette-Fondbele area, the Rivage Ridge area, and the southern Grand Bois polymetallic area. The five rock samples from Trompette-Fondbele all report anomalous gold, with values up to 19.85 g/t gold. Rivage Ridge extends 800 meters to the southwest of the deposit area, and EMX rock samples returned up to 0.94 g/t gold. The combination of the historic non