CEO Rudi Fronk says 2014 should be a ‘big year’ for Seabridge Gold’s (TSX: SEA; NYSE: SA) KSM gold-copper project in northwestern British Columbia.
Some major goals this year include: publishing an initial resource estimate for the Deep Kerr deposit, receiving an environmental assessment approval, initiating a major drill program, and hopefully securing a joint venture partner for the sizeable project.
Located 70 km north of the town of Stewart, KSM hosts four large gold-copper porphyry deposits: Mitchell, Sulphurets, Kerr and Iron Cap. Altogether, the deposits have reserves of 38.2 million oz of gold and 9.9 billion lb of copper from 2.16 billion tonnes grading 0.55 g/t Au and 0.21% Cu. The project also has significant silver and molybdenum credits.
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