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Turns out, at Goldstrike, they’d only scratched the surface.

  • 12 historical open-pits on the edge of a district.
  • Goldstrike has Carlin-style geology, grades, and metallurgy.
  • Mined from 1988-1994 with gold at $350/oz.
  • Shallow pits only where gold was exposed at surface, none deeper than 100 metres deep.
  • What’s changed? The price of gold. Sophisticated technology.
    The Science of Discovery ©.
  • District scale re-interpretation and targeting feeder structures.
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Between 1988 and 1994, Goldstrike produced 209,000 ounces of gold. At an average grade of 1.2 g/t. At 75% - 78% recovery, on 50% Run-of-Mine and 50% two-inch crush.

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Long Canyon

Moira led our team that discoveredThe Great Basin ‘sweet spot’ that became Long Canyon, now a fully- functioning mine pouring gold since 2016. Newmont purchased it for $2.3 billion.

Goldstrike is yet another exceptional ‘sweet spot’ discovered by our brilliant team of scientists led by Moira Smith.

 

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  • We know The Great Basin.
  • We’re driven to discover large-scale deposits that can be mined profitably in open-pit and leach pad scenarios.
  • This group is responsible for discovering and / or developing 2 of the world’s 7 new heap leach gold mines including the Long Canyon Mine which went into production in 2016, and responsible for 6 gold mines operating in the world today.
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Strategically unlocking Goldstrike’s district scale potential.

  • 74.5 km2 project area, 12 historic open pit mines. 100% control.
  • Data from 1,519 historic drill holes.
  • 84% historical hit ratio of detectable gold in all drill holes.
  • 2016 to June 2017, Liberty has been focused in a 4.7km2 area.
  • Liberty Gold is currently drilling hole 397.
  • Now we have total project access.
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More than half of Goldstrike is underpinned by the Claron Formation.
Our hypothesis? Gold mineralization continues under shallow cover for over 22 km2.
This is drill confirmed.

  • 12 historic mines are now linked into 3 new zones
    • Main Zone: 3 km long by 400-500 meters wide
    • Dip Slope Zone: 2.25 km by 1 km
    • West Zone: 3 km and open to the north TBD
  • Mineral Mountain – TBD
  • Leaving 18 km2 for initial drill testing extending off of drill-confirmed mineralized zones
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Diamond Drill Hole PGS044C
Grade 0.74 g/t Au, Goldstrike Project

The Grade at Goldstrike?

  • In the upper grade range of current heap leach gold mines in the Great Basin.
    • Today, open-pit mining operations around the world average 0.6 g/t Au.
    • Tests to date show 0.6 to 0.7 g/t at Goldstrike as well as higher grade areas along newly discovered feeder faults.
    • Grade and metallurgy together create excellent economics.
  • 83% of our recent drill holes intersected significant gold mineralization inline with historical drill results.
rapid recovery

85%. Rapid recovery. On Run-of-Mine ore.
Heap Leach process. Low cost.
The metallurgy at Goldstrike is as simple as it gets.

The Recovery Rate?

  • The result of 20 column leach tests, at 0.5 inch to 1.0 inch particle size:
    • Weighted average recovery of 85.9%.
    • 81% recovery in 8 days. 
  • Projection of 80% recovery at 6 inch particle size – simulating Run-of-Mine conditions.

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
- Leonardo da Vinci

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The Top 5 Reasons to Believe.

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Great Basin USA
- Home Sweet Home.

Our Purpose is simple. Have no small dreams. Be creative and focused in leveraging the Science of Discovery© to discover the ‘sweet spot’© in places which others have ignored, overlooked, or abandoned. To discover and expand large-scale gold deposits.

Our Focus is the world-famous Great Basin region – under the endless blue skies of the Western USA – here, in the world’s most stable gold mining jurisdiction.

Our Flagship project, Goldstrike, is located in the eastern Great Basin, immediately adjacent to the Utah/Nevada border, similar in many ways to the prolific deposits located along Nevada’s Carlin trend. This 74.5 km2, 100%-controlled property has a proven history of profitable open-pit mining. Our scientists have reinterpreted the data from 1,519 historic drill holes. We are aggressively drilling hundreds of strategic new holes to further map and model the potential for a new District Scale discovery which can be mined profitably in open-pit and leach-pad scenarios.

Our immediate Goal is to rapidly expand the size and scale of Goldstrike, and advance it to production. And relentlessly drive shareholder value and profitability.

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The Science of Discovery© is at the core of our business model and strategic focus. Disciplined, methodical, and intensely focused on finding the Sweet Spot.

  • Opportunities are often overlooked, ignored, or abandoned by others.
  • Our scientists locate, identify, and investigate hundreds every year.
  • Our discoveries are the deliberate result of independents science, creative thinking, and deep experience.
  • We are Data Miners: Goldstrike, Black Pine, Kinsley

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Dr. Moira Smith

Moira led our team that unlocked value at The Great Basin ‘sweet spot’ that became Long Canyon.

Newmont purchased it for $2.3 billion and it is now a fully- functioning mine pouring gold since 2016.

Goldstrike is yet another exceptional ‘sweet spot’ being explored by our brilliant team of scientists led by Moira Smith.

greatBasin1
  • We know The Great Basin.
  • We’re driven to discover large-scale deposits that can be mined profitably in open-pit and leach pad scenarios.
  • This group is responsible for advancing and / or developing 2 of the world’s 7 new heap leach gold mines, Karma and Long Canyon, which both went into production in 2016 and individual members of this team contributed to six gold mines operating in the world today.
  • We’ve compiled over 1519 historical drill holes, and have drilled over 450 of our own, to come up with a robust mineralization model for the district.