Company Updates From Management – Thu 10 Jan, 2019

Auryn Resources – A Comprehensive Update for 2019

Auryn Resources has another busy year ahead of it as the Executive Chairman Ivan Bebek outlines. We discuss plans from Sombrero and Committee Bay as well as the overall gold market environment. Also Ivan outlines the possible budgets for each project.

If you have any follow up questions for Ivan or I please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.

Ivan Bebek – Auryn Resources Update

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Comments:
  1. On January 10, 2019 at 11:32 am,
    CFS says:

    Off Topic, but noteworthy.

    Corvus drills 115.82 m of 1.83 g/t Au at Mother Lode

    2019-01-10 08:42 ET – News Release

    Mr. Jeff Pontius reports

    CORVUS GOLD EXTENDS MOTHER LODE DEPOSIT TO THE NORTH, DEMONSTRATES EXTENSIVE, BROAD, HIGH-GRADE MINERALIZATION…

  2. On January 10, 2019 at 11:35 am,
    CFS says:

    Silvercrest drills 9.3 m of 6,336 g/t AgEq in Mexico

    2019-01-09 07:11 ET – News Release

    Mr. N. Eric Fier reports

    SILVERCREST ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL HIGH-GRADE RESULTS AT LAS CHISPAS, INCLUDING RECORD DRILL HOLE INTERCEPT; 9.3 METRES (TRUE WIDTH) AT 6,336 GPT ….

  3. On January 10, 2019 at 11:40 am,
    CFS says:

    TRIUMPH GOLD TRIPLES PROPERTY SIZE AT ANDALUSITE PEAK IN NW BRITISH COLUMBIA AFTER IDENTIFYING EXTENSIVE CU-AU-AG MINERALIZATION WITH GRADES UP TO 67% CU, 500 G/T AG AND 2.8 G/T AU

    Triumph Gold Corp. has released the results from two days of prospecting and alteration mapping conducted in July of 2018 on the Andalusite Peak property in northwestern British Columbia, Canada. Based on positive results from the sampling campaign Triumph Gold increased the Andalusite Peak land package from 9.87 square kilometres to 31.67 square km via staking. Highlights of results include:

    Two copper-gold-silver (Cu-Au-Ag) mineralized trends have been delineated, with grades in grab samples up to 67 per cent Cu, 500 grams per tonne Ag (sample C00030474) and 2.8 g/t Au (sample C00030466).

    (Don’t know if I believe the Cu%, unless they dug up some old buried pennies.)