Nippon starts thermal fragmentation work in Canada
Brossard (Quebec), March 8th, 2016 - Nippon Dragon Resources Inc. (the "Company" or "Nippon") (TSX-V Symbol: NIP), announces the start of thermal fragmentation operations at the Lac Herbin mine owned by QMX Gold Corporation and located near Val d'Or in the Abitibi region of Québec, Canada.
The work is divided into several phases and Phase 1 includes the fragmenting of pre-drilled 10 metre deep pilot floor holes over a total distance of 32 meters in drifts 1 and 2 both located on level 17. Thereafter the pre-drilled pilot roof holes over the same distance will be fragmented. A 600 mm thick mineralized structure must also be extracted with minimal dilution.
Nippon is active in the exploration and the development of gold resources in Quebec. The Corporation holds a gold property with resources recognized in accordance with NI43-101, a modular treatment plant and also an exclusive license for the Thermal Fragmentation mining method.
Management also wishes to correct information contained in the press release dated February 10th, 2016, it should have read, “This first tranche is for 1,676,111 units of the Corporation at a price of $0.09 per unit, for aggregate gross proceeds of $150,850.00.”
The company’s growth strategy is based on:
• The development of its gold deposits with the objective of producing revenue from its operations;
• Increasing the value of its mining assets by prioritizing the exploration targets; and
• The commercialisation and employment of its thermal fragmentation technology.
For additional information:
John Stella, Investor relations (514) 718-7976
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