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2018

September 19, 2018

Orca Gold Increases Indicated Resources to +3.3 Moz at its Block 14 Gold Project Sudan

VANCOUVER, Sept. 19, 2018 /CNW/ - Orca Gold Inc. (TSX.V:ORG) ("Orca" or the "Company") is pleased to announce an updated Mineral Resource Estimate (the "Estimate") for the Company's Block 14 Gold Project in the Republic of the Sudan. This estimate will form the basis for the Feasibility Study due for delivery in November this year.

Highlights

  • The Mineral Resource Estimate of the Galat Sufar South ("GSS") and Wadi Doum deposits comprises an Indicated resource of 79.9Mt grading 1.30g/t Au for 3.342 Moz of gold and an Inferred resource of 18.5Mt grading 1.2g/t Au for 0.711 Moz of gold (at a cut-off grade of 0.6g/t)
  • The increase in Indicated resources will directly impact the Estimate, which will form the basis for the Feasibility Study due for release in November 2018
  • Notable intercepts from the 2018 resource expansion drilling program include (*previously released):

 

GALAT SUFAR SOUTH:

   
     

GSRC727: 123m grading 1.96g/t*

GSRC753: 7m grading 20.77g/t

GSRC786: 10m grading 7.74g/t

     

GSRC728: 50m grading 3.05g/t*

GSRC768: 23m grading 5.02g/t

GSRC788: 26m grading 4.01g/t

     

GSRC734: 61m grading 1.67g/t*

GSRC773: 42m grading 2.08g/t

GSRC794A: 31m grading 2.61g/t

     

GSRC735: 78m grading 1.92g/t*

GSRC774: 23m grading 3.04g/t

GSRC796: 13m grading 3.90g/t

     

GSRC737: 71m grading 2.60g/t*

GSRC776: 12m grading 6.49g/t

GSRC797: 10m grading 8.49g/t

     

GSRC746: 68m grading 3.48g/t

GSRC779: 34m grading 2.22g/t

GSRC798: 27m grading 2.51g/t

     

GSRC746: 27m grading 9.47g/t

GSRC782: 28m grading 3.21g/t

GSRC805: 10m grading 3.95g/t

     
     

WADI DOUM:

   
     

GSRC806: 14m grading 8.96g/t

GSDD059: 12.6m grading 8.46g/t

 
     

GSRC807: 5m grading 15.23g/t

MET015DD: 6.8m grading 5.29g/t

 
     

GSRC810: 32m grading 1.88g/t

   
     

MET015DD: 4m grading 21.14g/t

   
 

 

  • The highlighted intercepts demonstrate a higher-grade core within both the GSS and Wadi Doum deposits. It is anticipated that this will result in the mining of higher grades in the early years of the project, significantly impacting economics
  • The latest Mineral Resource Estimate is based on 111,761 metres of drilling in 756 holes

Mineral Resource Estimate

The Mineral Resource Estimate was undertaken by MPR Geological Consultants of Perth, Western Australia ("MPR") as part of the Feasibility Study. MPR estimated mineral resources for the GSS and Wadi Doum deposits using Multiple Indicator Kriging ("MIK") based on mineralised domains interpreted by MPR and Orca.

Results of the Mineral Resource Estimate are shown below at a range of cut-off grades:

Table 1: Block 14 Mineral Resource Estimate

 

Deposit

Cut

Off

Indicated

Inferred

Mt

Au g/t

Ag g/t

Au Koz

Ag Koz

Mt

Au g/t

Ag g/t

Au Koz

Ag Koz

Galat Sufar

South

0.3

129.0

0.92

1.19

3,823

4,954

35.4

0.8

1.1

901

1,289

0.4

106.9

1.04

1.29

3,575

4,448

27.0

0.9

1.2

807

1,058

0.5

89.5

1.16

1.39

3,326

4,002

21.1

1.1

1.3

722

873

0.6

75.6

1.27

1.48

3,080

3,607

16.9

1.2

1.4

648

745

0.7

64.0

1.38

1.58

2,839

3,249

13.7

1.3

1.5

582

640

0.8

54.5

1.49

1.67

2,610

2,924

11.3

1.4

1.5

524

558

0.9

46.5

1.60

1.76

2,392

2,629

9.4

1.6

1.6

471

487

1.0

39.8

1.71

1.84

2,187

2,359

7.8

1.7

1.7

424

427

1.1

34.1

1.82

1.93

1,994

2,114

6.6

1.8

1.8

382

375

1.2

29.3

1.93

2.01

1,815

1,892

5.6

1.9

1.9

344

331

 

Wadi

Doum

0.3

7.8

1.23

4.70

311

1,184

4.9

0.7

3.1

106

477

0.4

6.3

1.46

4.98

293

1,003

3.3

0.8

3.2

89

337

0.5

5.1

1.68

5.22

277

862

2.3

1.0

3.4

75

250

0.6

4.3

1.90

5.45

262

751

1.6

1.2

3.6

63

191

0.7

3.7

2.12

5.65

249

664

1.2

1.4

3.8

54

149

0.8

3.2

2.32

5.84

237

595

0.9

1.6

4.1

47

119

0.9

2.8

2.52

6.00

227

540

0.7

1.8

4.3

41

97

1.0

2.5

2.71

6.15

218

494

0.6

2.1

4.5

37

81

1.1

2.3

2.89

6.27

210

456

0.5

2.3

4.7

33

69

1.2

2.1

3.05

6.39

202

423

0.4

2.5

4.9

31

59

 

Combined

0.3

136.8

0.94

1.40

4,133

6,137

40.3

0.8

1.4

1,007

1,766

0.4

113.2

1.06

1.50

3,868

5,451

30.3

0.9

1.4

896

1,395

0.5

94.6

1.18

1.60

3,603

4,864

23.4

1.1

1.5

797

1,123

0.6

79.9

1.30

1.70

3,342

4,358

18.5

1.2

1.6

711

936

0.7

67.7

1.42

1.80

3,088

3,913

14.9

1.3

1.6

636

789

0.8

57.7

1.53

1.90

2,847

3,519

12.2

1.5

1.7

571

677

0.9

49.3

1.65

2.00

2,619

3,169

10.1

1.6

1.8

512

584

1.0

42.3

1.77

2.10

2,405

2,853

8.4

1.7

1.9

461

508

1.1

36.4

1.88

2.20

2,204

2,570

7.1

1.8

1.9

415

444

1.2

31.4

2.00

2.29

2,017

2,315

6.0

1.9

2.0

375

390

 

 

Notes: The Mineral Resource has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum "CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves" (CIM, 2014). Numbers may not add up due to rounding. 

 

Relative to the previous Mineral Resource Estimates, this Mineral Resource Estimate is based on an additional 10,792mof drilling in 7 diamond holes and 57 reverse circulation ("RC") holes completed at GSS and an additional 1,882m of drilling in 3 diamond holes and 8 RC holes completed at Wadi Doum. All intercepts from 2018's drill program are outlined in Appendix I of this news release.

Results of the Mineral Resource update are shown below by oxidation category at a cut-off grade of 0.6g/t:

Table 2: Block 14 Mineral Resource Estimate by Oxidation (0.6g/t)

Notes: The Mineral Resource has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum "CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves" (CIM, 2014). Numbers may not add up due to rounding.

 

Deposit

Oxcat

Indicated

Inferred

Mt

Au

g/t

Ag g/t

Au koz

Ag koz

Mt

Au g/t

Ag

g/t

Au

koz

Ag koz

Galat

Sufar

South

Oxide

9.6

1.32

1.41

409

437

1.0

1.0

1.1

31

35

Trans

13.2

1.22

1.31

517

557

1.5

1.0

1.1

49

55

Fresh

52.7

1.27

1.54

2,153

2,613

14.4

1.2

1.4

567

655

Total

75.6

1.27

1.48

3,080

3,607

16.9

1.2

1.4

648

745

 

Wadi

Doum

Oxide

0.6

1.90

2.82

34

50

0.1

1.0

1.6

3

6

Trans

0.2

2.02

3.69

10

18

0.04

0.91

1.6

1

2

Fresh

3.6

1.89

5.93

218

683

1.5

1.2

3.8

59

183

Total

4.3

1.90

5.45

262

751

1.6

1.2

3.6

63

191

 

Combined

Oxide

10.2

1.35

1.49

443

487

1.1

1.0

1.2

34

41

Trans

13.4

1.22

1.33

527

575

1.5

1.0

1.2

50

57

Fresh

56.3

1.31

1.82

2,371

3,296

15.9

1.2

1.6

626

838

Total

79.9

1.30

1.70

3,342

4,358

18.5

1.2

1.6

711

936

 

 

 
 

"The drilling completed in 2018 has been specifically aimed at developing Mineral Reserves as part of the Feasibility Study. Given the increase in the scope of the Block 14 project, driven by the 2017 discovery of a major fresh water aquifer system and the successful resource drilling campaigns, we expect to see a significant positive change in the scale and scope of the project with the delivery of the Feasibility Study in November. Exploration will now focus on the expansion of high-grade zones identified at Wadi Doum towards further enhancement of the economics and production potential at Block 14 and drill testing of additional high-grade targets previously identified," commented Richard Clark, CEO and Director of Orca Gold. "Block 14 has exceeded our expectations and continues to demonstrate that it has a lot more to offer. The delivery of our Feasibility Study will establish the initial economics of this project and will form the base for further growth of this exciting gold camp."

Exploration

Drilling in 2018 has continued to add to the geological understanding of GSS and Wadi Doum culminating in the latest Mineral Resource Estimate. Further upside remains in both deposits as this understanding continues to evolve.

Drilling is ongoing at Block 14 focusing for the remainder of the year on Wadi Doum and satellite targets outside the current Resource. The Company is looking to expand the high-grade zones at Wadi Doum and further test the Liseiwi discovery, where previous drilling intersected 24m grading 3.89g/t, 10m grading 15.32g/t and 8m grading 12g/t.

Feasibility Study

The Mineral Resource Estimate will form the basis of the Feasibility Study, which is on target for completion in November 2018. Below is the status of the Study:

  • Capital and operating cost estimates (Complete)
  • Geotechnical assessment (Complete)
  • Mining contractors have visited site and are preparing bids (In progress)
  • Pit optimisation, design and mine scheduling (In progress)
  • Fuel and power contracts (In progress)
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (Submitted to the Sudan Government for approval)
  • +100Mm3 Water Resource discovery (Permitted)

About Orca Gold Inc.

Orca Gold Inc. (TSX-V: ORG) is a Canadian resource company focused on exploration and development opportunities in Africa, where it is currently developing the 70%-owned Block 14 gold project in the Republic of the Sudan and the Morondo gold project in the West African country of Cote d'Ivoire. The Company has an experienced board of directors and management team and a strong balance sheet.

Qualified Person

The technical contents of this release have been approved by Hugh Stuart, BSc, MSc, a Qualified Person pursuant to National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Stuart is the President of the Company, a Chartered Geologist and a Fellow of the Geological Society of London.

The Mineral Resource estimate was carried out by Nic Johnson of MPR Geological Consultants of Perth, Western Australia who is considered to be independent of Orca Gold Inc. Mr. Johnson is a member in good standing of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and has sufficient experience which is relevant to the commodity, style of mineralization under consideration and activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43‐101. Mr. Johnson consents to the inclusion in this press release of the information, in the form and context in which it appears. Samples used for the results described herein are prepared and analyzed by fire assay using a 50 gram charge at the ALS Chemex facility at Rosia Montana in Romania in compliance with industry standards. Field duplicate samples are taken and blanks and standards are added to every batch submitted.

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This press release contains forward-looking information and forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities laws, including statements regarding Orca's (the "Company", the "Corporation", "we" or "our") plans and expectations relating to the Block 14 project ("Block 14") in northern Sudan and the Feasibility Study ("FS") currently being conducted by the Corporation. These statements relate to analyses and other information that are based on forecasts of future results, estimates of amounts not yet determinable and assumptions of management. Statements concerning mineral resource estimates may also be deemed to constitute "forward-looking statements" to the extent that they involve estimates of the mineralization that will be encountered if the property is developed. The assumptions, risk and uncertainties outlined below are non-exhaustive. Should one or more of these risks and uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results, performance or achievements of the Corporation, or industry results, may vary materially from those described in this presentation.

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Appendix I: All Results from Orca's 2018 Drill Program

GALAT SUFAR SOUTH 2018

 

Hole

From

To

Metres

Au g/t

Uncut

GSRC727*

41.0

164.0

123.0

1.96

218.0

259.0

41.0

2.07

GSRC728*

38.0

72.0

34.0

1.09

144.0

194.0

50.0

3.05

GSRC729*

137.0

164.0

27.0

1.87

GSRC730*

17.0

51.0

34.0

1.97

GSRC731*

112.0

124.0

12.0

8.36

GSRC732*

234.0

241.0

7.0

1.11

GSRC733*

60.0

99.0

39.0

1.29

GSRC734*

3.0

64.0

61.0

1.67

GSRC735*

32.0

110.0

78.0

1.92

GSRC736*

41.0

63.0

22.0

0.79

GSRC737*

10.0

81.0

71.0

2.60

84.0

93.0

9.0

1.26

99.0

120.0

21.0

1.38

GSDD050

158.0

169.0

11.0

1.56

179.9

188.0

8.1

0.62

191.9

224.0

33.0

1.32

GSDD051

165.0

172.0

7.0

0.91

188.0

202.0

14.0

1.28

217.8

233.0

15.2

0.81

236.0

252.0

16.0

1.67

294.0

305.7

11.7

1.12

GSDD052*

55.0

70.0

15.0

1.25

132.3

136.6

4.3

15.04

GSDD053

172.4

188.0

15.6

0.95

228.4

247.8

19.4

1.25

GSDD054

237.5

280.5

43.0

1.24

GSDD055

29.2

31.0

1.8

11.32

176.0

186.0

10.0

1.43

287.0

319.1

32.1

1.17

GSDD056A

168.6

178.5

9.9

1.02

182.0

190.4

8.4

0.78

204.0

218.0

14.0

1.74

230.7

244.0

13.3

0.75

286.0

311.0

25.0

1.34

336.2

367.0

30.8

1.34

GSRC738*

47.0

57.0

10.0

1.20

92.0

101.0

9.0

3.60

144.0

151.0

7.0

0.99

194.0

204.0

10.0

0.85

GSRC739*

3.0

8.0

5.0

1.57

16.0

21.0

5.0

1.74

23.0

29.0

6.0

1.68

35.0

57.0

22.0

0.96

73.0

78.0

5.0

0.70

86.0

102.0

16.0

2.24

GSRC740*

12.0

51.0

39.0

2.52

55.0

67.0

12.0

1.76

GSRC741*

60.0

80.0

20.0

2.72

93.0

109.0

16.0

0.77

GSRC742

90.0

95.0

5.0

1.47

110.0

115.0

5.0

1.43

GSRC743

No Significant Intercept

GSRC744*

51.0

56.0

5.0

6.60

GSRC745

0.0

14.0

14.0

1.58

32.0

40.0

8.0

1.08

GSRC746

4.0

72.0

68.0

3.48

86.0

98.0

12.0

1.27

119.0

127.0

8.0

2.14

138.0

165.0

27.0

9.47

GSRC747

1.0

9.0

8.0

1.23

GSRC748

0.0

12.0

12.0

1.44

16.0

42.0

26.0

1.49

46.0

52.0

6.0

1.57

132.0

147.0

15.0

1.60

GSRC749

32.0

49.0

17.0

1.18

63.0

69.0

6.0

0.82

72.0

105.0

33.0

2.46

GSRC750

No Significant Intercept

GSRC751

95.0

110.0

15.0

2.46

GSRC752

35.0

49.0

14.0

0.82

52.0

75.0

23.0

1.66

80.0

87.0

7.0

0.71

GSRC753

12.0

18.0

6.0

1.10

21.0

34.0

13.0

1.60

37.0

44.0

7.0

20.77

GSRC754

27.0

38.0

11.0

1.36

45.0

54.0

9.0

1.82

GSRC755

17.0

21.0

4.0

2.34

42.0

45.0

3.0

2.26

GSRC756

32.0

51.0

19.0

1.18

GSRC757

No Significant Intercept

GSRC758

No Significant Intercept

GSRC759

65.0

72.0

7.0

0.75

GSRC760

42.0

46.0

4.0

5.11

79.0

85.0

6.0

1.88

93.0

105.0

12.0

2.32

GSRC761

10.0

18.0

8.0

1.77

67.0

105.0

38.0

1.15

114.0

142.0

28.0

2.28

152.0

170.0

18.0

0.96

175.0

188.0

13.0

1.38

GSRC762

40.0

52.0

12.0

0.98

GSRC763

5.0

14.0

9.0

0.94

81.0

93.0

12.0

1.13

GSRC764

27.0

36.0

9.0

2.18

46.0

77.0

31.0

1.05

83.0

94.0

11.0

0.69

GSRC765

115.0

124.0

9.0

1.07

135.0

140.0

5.0

1.29

145.0

194.0

49.0

1.23

GSRC766

27.0

32.0

5.0

1.05

85.0

93.0

8.0

1.02

GSRC767

1.0

8.0

7.0

3.12

23.0

39.0

16.0

1.44

87.0

95.0

8.0

1.61

137.0

164.0

27.0

0.67

GSRC768

26.0

31.0

5.0

0.67

69.0

79.0

10.0

0.63

109.0

132.0

23.0

5.02

GSRC769

No Significant Intercept

GSRC770

27.0

44.0

17.0

1.06

50.0

72.0

22.0

1.12

GSRC771

54.0

90.0

36.0

1.76

GSRC772

No Significant Intercept

GSRC773

1.0

27.0

26.0

1.33

31.0

73.0

42.0

2.08

84.0

89.0

5.0

1.02

95.0

100.0

5.0

0.99

GSRC774

99.0

106.0

7.0

1.09

145.0

163.0

18.0

1.27

178.0

201.0

23.0

3.04

216.0

223.0

7.0

1.29

GSRC775

41.0

45.0

4.0

2.88

56.0

68.0

12.0

1.36

99.0

104.0

5.0

2.36

GSRC776

0.0

4.0

4.0

1.43

9.0

14.0

5.0

2.38

60.0

63.0

3.0

4.86

81.0

93.0

12.0

6.49

139.0

150.0

11.0

1.02

GSRC777

37.0

46.0

9.0

1.47

54.0

64.0

10.0

1.58

GSRC778

17.0

39.0

22.0

0.88

103.0

117.0

14.0

0.86

125.0

137.0

12.0

3.24

156.0

178.0

22.0

1.89

212.0

224.0

12.0

2.33

GSRC779

0.0

7.0

7.0

3.69

21.0

55.0

34.0

2.22

GSRC780

112.0

128.0

16.0

1.34

167.0

173.0

6.0

0.65

GSRC781

14.0

21.0

7.0

0.50

44.0

71.0

27.0

1.43

GSRC782

65.0

91.0

26.0

1.20

110.0

123.0

13.0

1.54

172.0

181.0

9.0

1.61

216.0

244.0

28.0

3.21

GSRC783

10.0

60.0

50.0

1.74

GSRD784

No Significant Intercept

GSRD785

No Significant Intercept

GSRD786

144.0

158.0

14.0

0.67

182.0

187.8

5.8

0.83

201.8

212.0

10.3

7.74

216.7

228.0

11.3

1.26

233.0

247.0

14.0

1.10

258.0

267.4

9.4

4.36

279.4

307.0

27.6

1.01

GSRC787

106.0

152.0

46.0

1.82

184.0

248.0

64.0

1.06

263.0

274.0

11.0

1.17

291.0

298.0

7.0

3.44

GSRC788

37.0

48.0

11.0

2.85

59.0

65.0

6.0

1.13

159.0

170.0

11.0

1.44

199.0

225.0

26.0

4.01

251.0

260.0

9.0

0.57

GSRC789

1.0

9.0

8.0

1.19

31.0

62.0

31.0

1.22

96.0

145.0

49.0

1.87

GSRC790

37.0

51.0

14.0

4.32

130.0

184.0

54.0

3.04

GSRC791

No Significant Intercept

GSRC792

40.0

44.0

4.0

8.00

GSRC793

29.0

36.0

7.0

3.06

GSRC794A

108.0

113.0

5.0

3.30

173.0

185.0

12.0

1.45

201.0

232.0

31.0

2.61

248.0

270.0

22.0

4.33

GSRC795

No Significant Intercept

GSRC796

77.0

89.0

12.0

2.46

96.0

104.0

8.0

4.56

109.0

115.0

6.0

6.60

144.0

157.0

13.0

3.90

163.0

180.0

17.0

3.34

GSRC797

46.0

52.0

6.0

2.24

57.0

67.0

10.0

8.49

GSRC798

34.0

38.0

4.0

1.74

60.0

64.0

4.0

2.90

84.0

111.0

27.0

2.51

GSRC799

82.0

88.0

6.0

2.16

98.0

108.0

10.0

1.79

122.0

133.0

11.0

0.63

GSRC800

No Significant Intercept

GSRC801

22.0

28.0

6.0

2.07

34.0

43.0

9.0

1.12

GSRC802

104.0

116.0

12.0

2.27

GSRC803

3.0

27.0

24.0

1.83

GSRC804

No Significant Intercept

GSRC805

1.0

11.0

10.0

3.95

 

WADI DOUM 2018

 

Hole

From

To

Metres

Au g/t

Uncut

GSRC806

100.0

114.0

14.0

8.96

GSRC807

65.0

70.0

5.0

15.23

77.0

80.0

3.0

3.81

105.0

110.0

5.0

1.54

119.0

124.0

5.0

3.59

184.0

192.0

8.0

4.02

GSRC808

No Significant Intercept

GSRC809

45.0

71.0

26.0

0.90

76.0

79.0

3.0

3.73

GSRC810

74.0

87.0

13.0

0.62

92.0

124.0

32.0

1.88

131.0

134.0

3.0

7.44

GSRC811

2.0

30.0

28.0

1.19

GSRC812

88.0

104.0

16.0

2.12

161.0

179.0

18.0

0.63

GSRC813

103.0

119.0

16.0

0.94

167.0

196.0

29.0

1.53

GSDD059

71.0

75.7

4.7

1.46

154.0

195.9

38.5

1.33

222.0

234.6

12.6

8.46

MET015DD

13.0

18.0

4.0

21.14

19.0

26.9

7.9

2.99

27.7

34.5

6.8

5.29

 

 

*Previously Reported Drill Intercepts

 

 

Note: True widths are between 50 and 80% of drilled intercept length

 

SOURCE Orca Gold Inc.

Elina Chow, Investor Relations, Catch Advisory Group Inc., 416.645.0935 x 226, info@orcagold.com

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