Projects

SNG has a portfolio of five 100% controlled copper and gold exploration projects in the tier-one mining jurisdiction of Nevada, USA.

Nevada is well-known for its large and extensive mineral discoveries, hosting more than 300 million ounces of gold and producing about 80% of the US’ gold output.

SNG’s project portfolio includes two recent discoveries: 1 the Blackhawk high-grade polymetallic silver-gold epithermal discovery and 2 the Blackhawk porphyry copper-gold discovery. Both of these projects are advanced, offering immediate drill-ready targets.

Other projects in SNG’s portfolio include Warrior, which features epithermal vein and disseminated gold and is analogous to the Round Mountain +20Moz gold system, offering high-grade drill-ready gold targets.

SNG’s New Pass and Colorback projects both have Carlin-style gold potential. New Pass has multiple high-grade gold veins and past production of 40,000oz at 15-17 grams per tonne gold, while Colorback is adjacent and analogous to the Cortez and Pipeline gold deposits (+50Moz) with significant near-surface mineralisation.

Sierra Nevada Gold – Nevada Project Locations

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We're pleased to provide our June 2022 Quarterly Report - our first since our #ASX listing in May: https://bit.ly/3BpLSt7

We expanded our #copper-#gold footprint & understanding at the Blackhawk porphyry project, Nevada, USA with plans to #drill at Blackhawk in Q3

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$SNX drilling key targets at Blackhawk Porphyry Project, USA: https://bit.ly/3vbnXtC

SNX has planned up to three holes for 2,500m to test several key positions which have undergone progressive modelling, using a wide range of exploratory techniques.

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IP survey of our Blackhawk #copper-#gold porphyry
project in Nevada, USA has expanded the sulphide footprint associated with the project: https://bit.ly/3PQIGvy

Drilling Blackhawk porphyry targets is expected in Q3 CY2022. $SNX

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