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Kinross announces robust initial mineral resource of 2.7 Moz. indicated and 2.3 Moz. inferred for Great Bear project

Kinross Gold Corporation
Kinross Gold Corporation

Figure 1

LP grade thickness long section demonstrating depth extension potential
LP grade thickness long section demonstrating depth extension potential

Figure 2

Highly prospective Great Bear land package
Highly prospective Great Bear land package


(This news release contains forward-looking information about expected future events and financial and operating performance of the Company. We refer to the risks and assumptions set out in our Cautionary Statement on Forward-Looking Information located on page 12 of this release.)

TORONTO, Feb. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kinross Gold Corporation (TSX: K, NYSE: KGC) (“Kinross” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce an initial mineral resource estimate for its 100% owned Great Bear project located in Ontario, Canada.

The initial mineral resource estimate consists of 2.737 Moz. of indicated resources and 2.290 Moz. of inferred resources. The Company’s initial open pit and underground mineral resource estimate is set out in the table below.

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Table 1: Mineral resource estimate1

 

Tonnes (000’s)​

Grade (Au g/t)​

Ounces (000’s)​

Indicated​

Open Pit ​

33,110​

2.57​

2,737​

 

 

 

 

 

Inferred​

Open Pit ​

8,400​

2.24​

606​

Inferred​

Underground​

11,636​

4.50​

1,684​

Total Inferred​

20,037​

3.56​

2,290

Additionally, the majority of the resource is contained in a high-grade core illustrated in the table below, which is a subset of the resource with cut-off grades increased to 0.9 g/t in the open pit and 3.5 g/t in the underground. Kinross plans to target this higher-grade mineralization in the early years of potential production.

Table 2: Sensitivity table with elevated cut-off grades (see technical report for detailed sensitivity tables)2

 

Tonnes (000’s)​

Grade (Au g/t)​

Ounces (000’s)​

Indicated​

Open Pit ​

21,686

3.57​

2,491

 

 

 

 

 

Inferred​

Open Pit ​

5,076

3.28

536

Inferred​

Underground​

5,989

6.07

1,169

Total Inferred

 

11,065

4.79

1,705

Kinross’ focus for 2022 was drilling the first ~500 metres at the LP Fault zone to increase confidence in the upper portion of the deposit and facilitate the delivery of the initial mineral resource. The Company drilled over 250 kilometres in 2022, including 225 kilometres of diamond exploration drilling. Combined with the drilling completed by Great Bear since 2018, a total of over 550 kilometres of drilling has now been completed on the property. The results continue to support Kinross’ view that the LP Fault zone is expected to host a long-life, high-grade, open-pit and underground mine.

Kinross completed comprehensive data analysis to build high quality lithology, alteration, and structural models which feed the Company’s mineral resource estimation domains. Kinross also completed a 35-kilometre confirmatory grade control program on a tighter spaced 8 by 10 metre grid with larger diameter holes as compared to the exploration drilling. This program, which covers approximately 1.5 million tonnes of the open pit resource, was used to verify the Great Bear resource model, providing a high level of confidence in our stated resource, which is important given the high amount of visible gold in the deposit.

“The Great Bear initial mineral resource estimate marks an exciting milestone for the Company’s future development,” said J. Paul Rollinson, President and CEO. “In just one year since acquiring the property, we have validated our belief for this to potentially become a world class asset. The initial mineral resource estimate and continuity of high grades and widths at depth reinforces our vision for a high-quality open pit and sizeable underground mine.

“We believe the resource we have defined today is just the beginning. The drill results below our resource support our hypothesis that the deposit remains open at depth with high grade and visible gold intercepted down to depths of one kilometre, as illustrated in the long section below.

“These results solidify our expectation that Great Bear will become a top quality, tier one asset in our portfolio, providing long-term upside for our shareholders.”

Figure 1: LP grade thickness long section demonstrating depth extension potential is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/ef51480a-b489-4877-b013-687372ef980b

There are multiple zones of high-grade mineralization across the property as seen in the figure below, which will be the target of further drilling activities in 2023 and beyond.

Figure 2: Highly prospective Great Bear land package is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e9cc08fa-96ce-48b9-9003-d267dc71ca61

The Company has received additional assay results that are not included in the initial mineral resource. See Appendix B for a full list of recent significant, composited assay results.

Project Details

Infrastructure in the Great Bear area is well developed with the project located 25 kilometres southeast of the town of Red Lake, Ontario. A paved highway, natural gas pipeline, and provincial power line runs parallel to the project, and the property hosts a network of well-maintained logging roads that facilitate access.

The Company initiated a comprehensive metallurgy testing program in 2022, which is indicating excellent recoveries from an industry standard Gravity + CIL process. Initial test work indicates a high gold recovery of ~95%, that includes a high proportion of gravity recovery. The metallurgy testing will continue in 2023 to obtain higher confidence on the initial recoveries. Additionally, initial geotechnical drilling and testwork is indicating excellent rock strength for the angle of the open pit slopes and integrity of the underground mine.

Kinross is voluntarily releasing a technical report focused on geology and metallurgy that supports this initial mineral resource estimate concurrently following this press release. The technical report has been prepared pursuant to Canadian Securities Administrator's National Instrument 43-101, and may be found at www.kinross.com or under the Company's profile at www.sedar.com.

Baseline environmental surveys, local community socio-economic studies and preliminary engineering activities required for the permitting process are progressing well. Kinross has opened a community office and is continuing its local stakeholder engagement program with local communities and with its partners, Wabauskang and Lac Seul First Nations, on whose traditional territories the project is located.

2023 Focus

Kinross’ drilling and exploration focus for 2023 is to continue to add inferred resource ounces, define deep mineralization, continue exploration along strike, and identify new targets around the property.

The Company is also progressing studies and permitting for an advanced exploration program that would establish an underground decline to obtain a bulk sample and allow for more efficient exploration of deeper areas of the LP Fault, along with the nearby Hinge and Limb gold zones. Kinross is targeting a potential start of the advanced program as early as 2024.

Kinross continues to advance detailed studies and permitting activities, with plans to release the results of this work in the form of a preliminary economic assessment in 2024.

Conference call details

In connection with this news release, Kinross will hold a conference call and audio webcast on Monday, February 13, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. ET to discuss the results, followed by a question-and-answer session. To access the call, please dial:

Canada & US toll-free – +1 (888) 330-2446; Passcode: 4915537
Outside of Canada & US – +1 (240) 789-2732; Passcode: 4915537

Replay (available up to 14 days after the call):

Replay Toll Free Number: +1 (800) 770-2030
Outside of Canada & US: +1 (647) 362-9199
Conference ID: 4915537

You may also access the conference call on a listen-only basis via webcast at our website www.kinross.com. The audio webcast will be archived on www.kinross.com.

About Kinross Gold Corporation

Kinross is a Canadian-based global senior gold mining company with operations and projects in the United States, Brazil, Mauritania, Chile and Canada. Our focus is on delivering value based on the core principles of responsible mining, operational excellence, disciplined growth, and balance sheet strength. Kinross maintains listings on the Toronto Stock Exchange (symbol:K) and the New York Stock Exchange (symbol:KGC).

Media Contact
Victoria Barrington
Senior Director, Corporate Communications
phone: 647-788-4153
victoria.barrington@kinross.com



Investor Relations Contact
Chris Lichtenheldt
Vice-President, Investor Relations
phone: 416-365-2761
chris.lichtenheldt@kinross.com


APPENDIX A

(1) Unless otherwise noted, the Company’s mineral resources are estimated based on a gold price of $1,700 per ounce. Open pit Mineral Resources are estimated at a cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au. The LP Zone pit shell was selected at an input gold price of US$1,400/oz (for volume); however, resources are reported based on a US$1,700/oz cut-off value. Underground Mineral Resources are estimated at a cut-off grade of 2.3 g/t Au for LP and Hinge and 2.5 g/t for Limb. The mineral resource estimates are reported in contained units based on Kinross’ interest and are estimated based on an exchange rate of one Canadian Dollar to $US 1.30.
(2) The Company’s mineral resource estimates as at December 31, 2022 are classified in accordance with the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (“CIM”) “CIM Definition Standards - For Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves" adopted by the CIM Council (as amended, the “CIM Definition Standards”) in accordance with the requirements of National Instrument 43-101 “Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects” (“NI 43-101”). Mineral resource estimates reflect the Company's reasonable expectation that all necessary permits and approvals will be obtained and maintained.                                                                        
(3) Cautionary note to U.S. investors concerning estimates of mineral reserves and mineral resources. These estimates have been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Canadian securities laws, which differ from the requirements of United States’ securities laws. The terms “mineral reserve”, “proven mineral reserve”, “probable mineral reserve”, “mineral resource”, “measured mineral resource”, “indicated mineral resource” and “inferred mineral resource” are Canadian mining terms as defined in accordance with NI 43-101 and the CIM Definition Standards. These definitions differ from the definitions in subpart 1300 of Regulation S-K (“Subpart 1300”), which replaced the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Industry Guide 7 as part of the SEC’s amendments to its disclosure rules to modernize the mineral property disclosure requirements. These amendments became effective February 25, 2019 and registrants are required to comply with the Subpart 1300 provisions by their first fiscal year beginning on or after January 1, 2021. While the definitions in Subpart 1300 are more similar to the definitions in NI 43-101 and the CIM Definitions Standard than were the Industry Guide 7 provisions due to the adoption in Subpart 1300 of terms describing mineral reserves and mineral resources that are “substantially similar” to the corresponding terms under the CIM Definition Standards, including the SEC now recognizing estimates of “measured mineral resources”, “indicated mineral resources” and “inferred mineral resources” and amending its definitions of “proven mineral reserves” and “probable mineral reserves” to be “substantially similar” to the corresponding CIM Definitions, the definitions in Subpart 1300 still differ from the requirements of, and the definitions in, NI 43-101 and the CIM Definition Standards. U.S. investors are cautioned that while the above terms are “substantially similar” to CIM Definitions, there are differences in the definitions in Subpart 1300 and the CIM Definition Standards. Accordingly, there is no assurance any mineral reserves or mineral resources that the Company may report as “proven mineral reserves”, “probable mineral reserves”, “measured mineral resources”, “indicated mineral resources” and “inferred mineral resources” under NI 43-101 would be the same had the Company prepared the mineral reserve or mineral resource estimates under the standards set forth in Subpart 1300. U.S. investors are also cautioned that while the SEC recognizes “measured mineral resources”, “indicated mineral resources” and “inferred mineral resources” under Subpart 1300, investors should not assume that any part or all of the mineralization in these categories will ever be converted into a higher category of mineral resources or into mineral reserves. Mineralization described using these terms has a greater amount of uncertainty as to its existence and feasibility than mineralization that has been characterized as reserves. Accordingly, investors are cautioned not to assume that any measured mineral resources, indicated mineral resources, or inferred mineral resources that the Company reports are or will be economically or legally mineable. Further, “inferred mineral resources” have a greater amount of uncertainty as to their existence and as to whether they can be mined legally or economically. Therefore, U.S. investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of the “inferred mineral resources” exist. Under Canadian securities laws, estimates of “inferred mineral resources” may not form the basis of feasibility or pre-feasibility studies, except in rare cases. As a foreign private issuer that files its annual report on Form 40-F with the SEC pursuant to the multi-jurisdictional disclosure system, the Company is not required to provide disclosure on its mineral properties under the Subpart 1300 provisions and will continue to provide disclosure under NI 43-101 and the CIM Definition Standards. If the Company ceases to be a foreign private issuer or loses its eligibility to file its annual report on Form 40-F pursuant to the multi-jurisdictional disclosure system, then the Company will be subject to reporting pursuant to the Subpart 1300 provisions, which differ from the requirements of NI 43-101 and the CIM Definition Standards.
 For the above reasons, the mineral reserve and mineral resource estimates and related information in this presentation may not be comparable to similar information made public by U.S. companies subject to the reporting and disclosure requirements under the United States federal securities laws and the rules and regulations thereunder.
(4) The Company's mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates were prepared under the supervision of and verified by Mr. John Sims, who is a qualified person as defined by NI 43‑101. Mr. Sims was an officer of Kinross until December 31, 2020. Mr. Sims remains the Company’s qualified person as an external consultant.
(5) The Company’s normal data verification procedures have been used in collecting, compiling, interpreting and processing the data used to estimate mineral reserves and mineral resources. Independent data verification has not been performed.
(6) Rounding of values to the 000s may result in apparent discrepancies.                                        
(7) Mineral resources are exclusive of mineral reserves.        
(8) Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have to demonstrate economic viability. Mineral resources are subject to infill drilling, permitting, mine planning, mining dilution and recovery losses, among other things, to be converted into mineral reserves. Due to the uncertainty associated with inferred mineral resources, it cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to indicated or measured mineral resources, including as a result of continued exploration.     

APPENDIX B

Great Bear – recent full assay results with key intercepts highlighted


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-546

 

254.0

259.0

5.0

4.5

3.20

Yuma

BR-546

and

299.2

302.8

3.6

2.8

0.91

 

BR-546

and

335.8

349.0

13.3

11.1

0.52

 

BR-546

and

355.3

372.6

17.4

15.4

0.70

 

BR-546

and

387.0

400.4

13.4

10.7

1.51

 

BR-546

and

406.1

411.8

5.7

4.4

0.31

 

BR-546

and

414.6

419.7

5.1

4.0

0.36

 

BR-546

and

471.3

475.0

3.8

3.3

0.55

 

BR-546

and

489.0

496.3

7.3

6.4

3.07

 

BR-547

 

742.0

758.0

16.0

14.4

4.05

Yauro

BR-547

including

750.3

757.0

6.7

5.1

8.99

 

BR-548

 

515.8

518.8

3.0

2.9

0.97

Yuma

BR-548

and

560.6

570.0

9.4

7.6

0.48

 

BR-548

and

579.0

612.3

33.3

25.6

0.78

 

BR-548

including

672.8

673.8

1.0

0.9

29.19

 

BR-548

and

631.0

634.0

3.0

2.7

1.34

 

BR-548

including

684.8

687.8

3.0

2.6

3.58

 

BR-548

and

671.7

702.0

30.3

26.7

2.09

 

BR-549

 

41.0

65.1

24.1

19.5

0.72

Yauro

BR-549

and

73.1

77.1

4.0

3.2

0.68

 

BR-549

and

98.8

103.5

4.7

3.5

1.80

 

BR-549

and

109.0

114.0

5.1

4.0

3.27

 

BR-579

 

777.1

804.3

27.2

21.2

0.84

Yuma


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-579

and

840.0

847.7

7.7

6.3

20.99

 

BR-579

and

857.2

883.9

26.7

24.6

15.52

 

BR-579

and

901.9

906.8

4.9

4.1

2.84

 

BR-589

 

794.0

797.0

3.0

2.4

0.71

Yuma

BR-589

and

806.8

809.8

3.0

2.8

0.60

 

BR-589

and

815.8

818.8

3.0

2.4

0.78

 

BR-589

and

852.8

874.5

21.7

16.5

2.11

 

BR-589

and

892.3

910.6

18.3

14.5

0.42

 

BR-589

and

946.3

951.6

5.3

4.3

0.96

 

BR-599

 

353.5

359.0

5.5

4.8

0.42

Bruma

BR-599

and

371.6

393.2

21.7

19.1

0.90

 

BR-614

No significant intersections

Auro

BR-615

 

442.1

442.7

0.6

0.5

44.70

Auro

BR-615

and

642.5

648.0

5.5

5.2

0.81

 

BR-616

No significant intersections

Auro

BR-617

No significant intersections

Viggo

BR-618

 

347.0

351.0

4.0

3.0

3.14

Viggo

BR-618

and

395.9

398.9

3.0

2.3

0.48

 

BR-619

 

416.8

421.7

4.9

4.4

1.05

Viggo

BR-625

 

747.0

754.5

7.5

5.6

1.23

Auro

BR-625

and

762.9

782.8

19.9

17.3

2.06

 

BR-625

including

779.6

780.6

0.9

0.8

25.40

 

BR-625

and

882.0

885.9

3.9

3.1

0.47

 

BR-626

 

738.0

745.5

7.5

7.1

1.54

Auro

BR-626

and

765.0

772.5

7.5

5.9

0.42

 

BR-626

and

813.0

819.3

6.3

4.8

1.24

 


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-626

and

829.5

834.0

4.5

4.2

0.79

 

BR-627

 

735.3

755.8

20.5

16.6

1.88

Auro

BR-627

including

745.0

748.3

3.3

2.8

5.68

 

BR-627

and

803.0

811.5

8.5

8.0

1.05

 

BR-628

 

586.6

592.5

5.9

5.5

0.41

Auro

BR-628

and

636.8

645.0

8.2

7.2

1.03

 

BR-628

and

712.5

721.4

8.9

7.0

0.61

 

BR-629

 

660.0

686.1

26.1

20.4

0.64

Auro

BR-629

and

792.0

796.5

4.5

3.4

0.55

 

BR-645

 

417.8

418.3

0.5

0.4

40.60

Auro

BR-648

No significant intersections

Auro

BR-649

 

203.7

213.7

10.0

9.0

5.95

Auro

BR-649

including

206.0

207.0

1.0

1.0

52.70

 

BR-649

and

226.4

240.6

14.2

10.6

2.99

 

BR-649

including

226.4

227.2

0.8

0.7

34.10

 

BR-649

and

366.5

373.8

7.4

5.7

6.70

 

BR-652

 

931.5

938.9

7.4

5.7

0.81

Discovery

BR-657

 

294.4

306.3

11.9

10.0

0.90

Discovery

BR-657

and

315.3

367.7

52.4

47.2

1.05

 

BR-657

and

388.5

401.8

13.4

10.5

0.78

 

BR-657

and

415.9

418.9

3.0

2.7

0.46

 

BR-657

and

448.1

451.1

3.0

2.4

1.06

 

BR-657

and

598.9

603.9

5.0

4.1

0.52

 

BR-658

 

271.0

275.0

4.0

3.6

0.45

Discovery

BR-658

and

289.3

301.6

12.3

10.8

0.76

 

BR-658

and

309.5

386.4

76.9

58.4

1.48

 


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-658

including

377.0

382.5

5.5

5.0

5.91

 

BR-658

and

391.5

397.5

6.0

4.7

1.21

 

BR-658

and

402.6

409.5

6.9

5.5

0.63

 

BR-664

No significant intersections

Discovery

BR-665

 

454.5

457.5

3.0

2.6

1.36

Discovery

BR-665

and

576.9

580.2

3.3

3.0

0.58

 

BR-665

and

647.3

651.9

4.6

3.6

0.49

 

BR-666

 

534.0

544.5

10.5

9.0

0.78

Discovery

BR-666

and

552.4

556.0

3.6

3.4

0.92

 

BR-666

and

580.8

586.5

5.7

4.3

0.82

 

BR-666

and

614.3

622.8

8.5

6.4

0.71

 

BR-666

and

629.9

655.0

25.2

23.1

1.06

 

BR-668

 

219.0

241.4

22.4

16.8

0.58

Discovery

BR-668

and

260.1

304.1

44.0

33.8

0.84

 

BR-668

and

310.8

316.8

6.0

5.5

0.33

 

BR-668

and

352.3

366.4

14.1

12.4

0.54

 

BR-668

and

378.4

390.9

12.5

11.5

0.74

 

BR-668

and

471.4

480.2

8.8

7.7

0.41

 

BR-668

and

487.5

501.4

13.9

10.6

0.84

 

BR-672

 

386.8

394.9

8.1

7.2

0.38

Viggo

BR-672

and

412.5

417.0

4.5

3.5

2.14

 

BR-676

 

476.2

484.5

8.4

7.3

0.71

Viggo

BR-677

No significant intersections

Viggo

BR-678

No significant intersections

Viggo

BR-681

 

655.7

662.5

6.9

5.8

4.91

Yuma

BR-681

including

660.5

661.5

1.0

0.9

26.70

 


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-682

 

773.3

785.7

12.4

11.2

0.95

Yuma

BR-682

and

799.7

802.7

3.1

2.8

6.72

 

BR-682

and

874.8

879.4

4.6

3.5

5.76

 

BR-683

 

795.1

802.0

6.9

5.7

4.04

Yuma

BR-683

including

795.1

796.3

1.1

1.1

20.20

 

BR-683

and

874.1

880.0

5.9

5.1

5.04

 

BR-683

and

917.5

973.6

56.1

47.1

2.14

 

BR-683

including

917.5

929.5

12.0

11.2

6.65

 

BR-683

and including

941.9

942.5

0.6

0.5

45.70

 

BR-684

 

741.5

746.3

4.8

3.7

0.77

Yauro

BR-684

and

829.5

835.5

6.0

5.2

2.15

 

BR-684

and

854.0

930.0

76.1

62.4

4.51

 

BR-684

including

880.0

881.4

1.4

1.3

213.36

 

BR-685

 

545.9

553.0

7.1

6.7

5.04

Yauro

BR-685

including

551.8

553.0

1.3

1.0

26.90

 

BR-685

and

627.0

630.0

3.0

2.7

0.48

 

BR-685

and

728.2

732.2

4.0

3.4

0.36

 

BR-686

 

312.0

324.2

12.2

9.1

0.43

Yauro

BR-686

and

551.6

563.3

11.7

10.1

0.49

 

BR-687

 

367.0

506.0

139.0

111.2

3.19

Yauro

BR-687

including

375.3

377.0

1.7

1.6

29.58

 

BR-687

and including

461.0

469.6

8.6

6.5

15.67

 

BR-687

and including

486.7

500.9

14.2

13.4

11.37

 

BR-687

and

516.0

519.1

3.1

2.4

0.52

 

BR-687

and

562.6

576.9

14.3

12.4

2.04

 


Hole ID

 

From
(m)

To
(m)

Width
(m)

True
Width
(m)

Au
(g/t)


Target

BR-687

and

600.7

630.2

29.5

24.8

1.75

 

BR-687

including

617.0

625.0

8.0

7.2

4.29

 

BR-688

 

617.2

628.0

10.8

9.8

0.40

Yauro

BR-688

and

644.9

659.2

14.3

12.7

1.29

 

BR-688

and

672.0

681.6

9.6

9.1

1.09

 

BR-688

and

695.8

710.5

14.8

12.1

3.33

 

BR-688

including

701.1

708.6

7.6

5.7

5.86

 

BR-688

and

730.8

734.1

3.3

2.9

1.00

 

BR-688

and

770.0

777.5

7.5

6.1

0.62

 

BR-688

and

941.5

948.0

6.5

5.2

1.14

 

BR-689

 

676.5

680.7

4.1

3.8

0.65

Yauro

BR-689

and

686.9

698.2

11.3

9.3

2.42

 

BR-689

including

691.8

695.6

3.9

3.3

6.08

 

BR-691

 

1,011.3

1,015.2

3.9

3.3

0.36

Bruma

BR-691

and

1,023.8

1,051.2

27.4

24.6

0.75

 

BR-691

and

1,124.8

1,128.0

3.3

2.7

2.41

 

BR-692

 

576.7

579.8

3.0

2.9

1.20

Bruma