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FPL’s ’30-by-30′ plan reaches key milestone with more than 12 million solar panels generating electricity in the state of Florida

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JUNO BEACH, Fla., June 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) has achieved a major milestone by surpassing 40% completion of its groundbreaking “30-by-30” plan to install 30 million solar panels by 2030, which is one of the largest solar expansions in the United States. To date, FPL has installed more than 12 million solar panels in Florida, putting the company well on its way to achieving its “30-by-30” plan.

By the end of this month, FPL is on track to have 42 solar energy centers in Florida, including its Discovery Solar Energy Center at Kennedy Space Center, which just became operational, and one more, which is expected to begin powering customers with clean energy in the coming weeks. The solar panels installed across the company’s sites are expected to save customers approximately $421 million over the lifetime of the assets, while making Florida third in the nation for solar generation, with a trajectory to be a world leader in solar capacity by the end of the decade.

“Reaching this milestone is an important step in our commitment to increase zero-emissions energy as FPL builds a more resilient and sustainable energy future all of us can depend on, including future generations,” said Eric Silagy, president and CEO of FPL. “Despite the pandemic, our team has stayed laser-focused on executing our ’30-by-30′ plan. Eight new solar energy centers have begun powering customers with clean energy so far this year, and three more are scheduled to come online before the end of this year.

“Nobody in the country is building more solar than FPL,” Silagy continued. “We’re dedicated to providing our customers with clean, affordable and reliable energy, while keeping bills among the nation’s lowest – and our rapid solar expansion helps us consistently deliver on this promise. In total, FPL customers are expected to save approximately $421 million from the cost-effective solar investments the company has made to this point.”

By the end of this month, the company will have 42 large-scale solar energy centers installed throughout Florida, with more than 3,000 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity – more than any other utility in the U.S. Nearly every solar energy center that becomes operational in 2021 will also support FPL SolarTogether – the company’s popular community solar program, which is the nation’s largest. FPL expects to achieve another major milestone by early 2022 when it anticipates to have installed more than 15 million panels, which would put the company more than 50% of the way toward completing its “30-by- 30” plan.

By the end of 2030, FPL is planning to have more than 11,700 MW of universal solar capacity. To support its solar buildout, the company recently began installing the first components of the world’s largest integrated solar-powered battery system, the 400-MW FPL Manatee Energy Storage Center. Also, later this month, the company will demolish its last coal-fired plant in Florida, with plans to replace it with more clean, emissions-free solar energy power facilities.

“Since FPL first pioneered large-scale solar development in 2009, our industry has seen a transformation of what was once considered niche technology to solar becoming a dominant source of energy,” Silagy said. “Solar helps us reliably power our millions of customers, fuels our economy with jobs and benefits our environment.”

NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE), FPL’s parent company and the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun and a world leader in battery storage, recently released its 2021 Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) report at NextEraEnergy.com/sustainability. The report details the company’s clean-energy initiatives and all of its ESG accomplishments and commitments.

Visit www.FPL.com/solar for more information on the company’s solar energy expansion. 

Florida Power & Light Company  
Florida Power & Light Company is the largest energy company in the U.S. as measured by retail electricity produced and sold. The company serves more than 5.6 million customer accounts supporting more than 11 million residents across Florida with clean, reliable and affordable electricity. FPL operates one of the cleanest power generation fleets in the U.S and in 2020 won the ReliabilityOne® National Reliability Excellence Award for the fifth time in the last six years. The company was recognized in 2021 as one of the most trusted U.S. electric utilities by Escalent for the seventh consecutive year. FPL is a subsidiary of Juno Beach, Florida-based NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE), a clean energy company widely recognized for its efforts in sustainability, ethics and diversity, and has been ranked No. 1 in the electric and gas utilities industry in Fortune’s 2021 list of “World’s Most Admired Companies.” NextEra Energy is also the parent company of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which, together with its affiliated entities, is the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun and a world leader in battery storage. For more information about NextEra Energy companies, visit these websites: www.NextEraEnergy.com, www.FPL.com, www.NextEraEnergyResources.com.

Cautionary Statements and Risk Factors That May Affect Future Results

This news release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements are not statements of historical facts, but instead represent the current expectations of NextEra Energy, Inc. (NextEra Energy) and Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) regarding future operating results and other future events, many of which, by their nature, are inherently uncertain and outside of NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s control.  In some cases, you can identify the forward-looking statements by words or phrases such as “will,” “may result,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “believe,” “intend,” “plan,” “seek,” “potential,” “projection,” “forecast,” “predict,” “goals,” “target,” “outlook,” “should,” “would” or similar words or expressions. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which are not a guarantee of future performance. The future results of NextEra Energy and FPL and their business and financial condition are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause their actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements, or may require them to limit or eliminate certain operations. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, those discussed in this news release and the following: effects of extensive regulation of NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s business operations; inability of NextEra Energy and FPL to recover in a timely manner any significant amount of costs, a return on certain assets or a reasonable return on invested capital through base rates, cost recovery clauses, other regulatory mechanisms or otherwise; impact of political, regulatory and economic factors on regulatory decisions important to NextEra Energy and FPL; disallowance of cost recovery by FPL based on a finding of imprudent use of derivative instruments; effect of any reductions or modifications to, or elimination of, governmental incentives or policies that support utility scale renewable energy projects of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC and its affiliated entities (NextEra Energy Resources) or the imposition of additional tax laws, policies or assessments on renewable energy; impact of new or revised laws, regulations, interpretations or ballot or regulatory initiatives on NextEra Energy and FPL; capital expenditures, increased operating costs and various liabilities attributable to environmental laws, regulations and other standards applicable to NextEra Energy and FPL; effects on NextEra Energy and FPL of federal or state laws or regulations mandating new or additional limits on the production of greenhouse gas emissions; exposure of NextEra Energy and FPL to significant and increasing compliance costs and substantial monetary penalties and other sanctions as a result of extensive federal regulation of their operations and businesses; effect on NextEra Energy and FPL of changes in tax laws, guidance or policies as well as in judgments and estimates used to determine tax-related asset and liability amounts; impact on NextEra Energy and FPL of adverse results of litigation; effect on NextEra Energy and FPL of failure to proceed with projects under development or inability to complete the construction of (or capital improvements to) electric generation, transmission and distribution facilities, gas infrastructure facilities or other facilities on schedule or within budget; impact on development and operating activities of NextEra Energy and FPL resulting from risks related to project siting, financing, construction, permitting, governmental approvals and the negotiation of project development agreements; risks involved in the operation and maintenance of electric generation, transmission and distribution facilities, gas infrastructure facilities, retail gas distribution system in Florida and other facilities; effect on NextEra Energy and FPL of a lack of growth or slower growth in the number of customers or in customer usage; impact on NextEra Energy and FPL of severe weather and other weather conditions; threats of terrorism and catastrophic events that could result from terrorism, cyberattacks or other attempts to disrupt NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s business or the businesses of third parties; inability to obtain adequate insurance coverage for protection of NextEra Energy and FPL against significant losses and risk that insurance coverage does not provide protection against all significant losses; a prolonged period of low gas and oil prices could impact NextEra Energy Resources’ gas infrastructure business and cause NextEra Energy Resources to delay or cancel certain gas infrastructure projects and could result in certain projects becoming impaired; risk to NextEra Energy Resources of increased operating costs resulting from unfavorable supply costs necessary to provide NextEra Energy Resources’ full energy and capacity requirement services; inability or failure by NextEra Energy Resources to manage properly or hedge effectively the commodity risk within its portfolio; effect of reductions in the liquidity of energy markets on NextEra Energy’s ability to manage operational risks; effectiveness of NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s risk management tools associated with their hedging and trading procedures to protect against significant losses, including the effect of unforeseen price variances from historical behavior; impact of unavailability or disruption of power transmission or commodity transportation facilities on sale and delivery of power or natural gas by NextEra Energy, including FPL; exposure of NextEra Energy and FPL to credit and performance risk from customers, hedging counterparties and vendors; failure of NextEra Energy or FPL counterparties to perform under derivative contracts or of requirement for NextEra Energy or FPL to post margin cash collateral under derivative contracts; failure or breach of NextEra Energy’s or FPL’s information technology systems; risks to NextEra Energy and FPL’s retail businesses from compromise of sensitive customer data; losses from volatility in the market values of derivative instruments and limited liquidity in over-the-counter markets; impact of negative publicity; inability of FPL to maintain, negotiate or renegotiate acceptable franchise agreements with municipalities and counties in Florida; occurrence of work strikes or stoppages and increasing personnel costs; NextEra Energy’s ability to successfully identify, complete and integrate acquisitions, including the effect of increased competition for acquisitions; environmental, health and financial risks associated with NextEra Energy Resources’ and FPL’s ownership and operation of nuclear generation facilities; liability of NextEra Energy and FPL for significant retrospective assessments and/or retrospective insurance premiums in the event of an incident at certain nuclear generation facilities; increased operating and capital expenditures and/or reduced revenues at nuclear generation facilities of NextEra Energy or FPL resulting from orders or new regulations of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; inability to operate any of NextEra Energy Resources’ or FPL’s owned nuclear generation units through the end of their respective operating licenses; effect of disruptions, uncertainty or volatility in the credit and capital markets or actions by third parties in connection with project-specific or other financing arrangements on NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s ability to fund their liquidity and capital needs and meet their growth objectives; inability of NextEra Energy, FPL and NextEra Energy Capital Holdings, Inc. to maintain their current credit ratings; impairment of NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s liquidity from inability of credit providers to fund their credit commitments or to maintain their current credit ratings; poor market performance and other economic factors that could affect NextEra Energy’s defined benefit pension plan’s funded status; poor market performance and other risks to the asset values of NextEra Energy’s and FPL’s nuclear decommissioning funds; changes in market value and other risks to certain of NextEra Energy’s investments; effect of inability of NextEra Energy subsidiaries to pay upstream dividends or repay funds to NextEra Energy or of NextEra Energy’s performance under guarantees of subsidiary obligations on NextEra Energy’s ability to meet its financial obligations and to pay dividends on its common stock; the fact that the amount and timing of dividends payable on NextEra Energy’s common stock, as well as the dividend policy approved by NextEra Energy’s board of directors from time to time, and changes to that policy, are within the sole discretion of NextEra Energy’s board of directors and, if declared and paid, dividends may be in amounts that are less than might be expected by shareholders; NextEra Energy Partners, LP’s inability to access sources of capital on commercially reasonable terms could have an effect on its ability to consummate future acquisitions and on the value of NextEra Energy’s limited partner interest in NextEra Energy Operating Partners, LP; effects of disruptions, uncertainty or volatility in the credit and capital markets on the market price of NextEra Energy’s common stock; and the ultimate severity and duration of public health crises, epidemics and pandemics, including the coronavirus pandemic, and its effects on NextEra Energy’s or FPL’s businesses. NextEra Energy and FPL discuss these and other risks and uncertainties in their annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2020 and other Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, and this news release should be read in conjunction with such SEC filings. The forward-looking statements made in this news release are made only as of the date of this news release and NextEra Energy and FPL undertake no obligation to update any forward-looking statements.

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XCMG Publishes 2021 Hoisting Industry Chain Sustainable Development Report

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The Report details the hoisting industry’s achievements in terms of scale, quality and safety development, while pointing out the bottleneck issues that are affecting the industry’s sustainable development. It has raised the development goal of “reaching the top echelon of the global hoisting industry and becoming a world-class hoisting corporation with global trust and unique value.” The Report also highlighted “operational safety, equipment safety, use safety and social safety” initiatives.

“A normalized evaluation and review of the development status of the hoisting industry chain will help us better identify our development direction and assume industry responsibilities. For this reason, we’ve formulated this report to maintain the healthy and sustainable development of the hoisting industry and shoulder social responsibilities,” said Wang Min, chairman and CEO of XCMG.

The key findings of the Report center on risk awareness in both equipment design/maintenance/usage and company operation and highlight the need to:

  • Pay more attention to safety features in product design, introduce active safety technologies including high-precision moment limiter, boom anti-collision, luffing compensation and more;
  • Follow strict maintenance schedules and standards to ensure smooth operations;
  • Increase awareness of safety training to reduce major safety incidents;
  • For companies, it’s crucial to pursue a virtuous cycle of capital flow and balance of payments.

The Report also set the goal of entering the top echelon of the global hoisting industry by providing comprehensive and professional services, building impeccable organizational structure, establishing unified and integrated management standards and corporate culture, and emphasizing equipment maintenance and technological innovation.

The hoisting industry should also embrace those major opportunities that will promote the industry’s sustainable development, as stricter supervision and standardized management will accelerate its development, and a new generation of talent is growing into the backbone of the industry. China’s strong economic development and infrastructure investment will also bring development potential.

For more information, please visit XCMG.

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Hydrogen Fuels Australia Launches Integrated Modular Hydrogen Fuel Generation and Refuelling Operation

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MELBOURNE, Australia, June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hydrogen Fuels Australia (H2FA) is launching Australia’s first modular hydrogen production and integrated FCEV refuelling operation at its greenfield facility in Truganina, near Laverton, Victoria.

Founded on environmentally sustainable and “low impact” concepts, H2FAs operation uses its own electrolysis assets (in island mode) to convert renewable power into green hydrogen.  H2FA facilities will not be connected to the energy grid.

In addition to housing Victoria’s first integrated commercial hydrogen refuelling station, the Truganina site will also feature research and educational facilities to fully utilise and commercialise all available resources on the site, while showcasing innovative and imaginative industrial design.

“We are proud to be launching Australia’s first modular hydrogen fuel generation and commercial refuelling business.  We’re passionate about employing the unique attributes of hydrogen as a circular, environmentally responsible fuel source to power the next generation of commercial vehicles in Australia,” said Francesco Ceravolo, Managing Director of H2FA.

H2FA is partnering with some of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial hydrogen equipment through its work with Skai Energies.  H2FA will utilise Nilsson Energy (Sweden) RE8760 technology to manage the site micro-grid, allowing all facilities to operate as an island and be completely self-sufficient.  Contained within the Nilsson Energy solution is critical equipment from Green Hydrogen Systems (Denmark), designers and manufacturers of efficient, modular electrolysers to produce hydrogen, while Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG), providers of clean hydrogen and zero-emission fuel cells, will provide power to the site.  Rainwater will be used for the electrolysis process.  All necessary capital equipment for fuel generation and storage has been ordered, and pending permits, will be operational in February 2022. 

H2FA’s 5-hectare site will initially be capable of producing 60-90kgs of green hydrogen from its own 750kw solar array.  Ultimately the site will be scaled up to supply approximately 3,000kg with capacity to fuel 100+ vehicles per day.

Due to the modular nature of H2FA’s hydrogen power facilities, the site will have all equipment above ground, meaning that the operation can be re-located with minimal environmental impact and cost – a major advantage over legacy petroleum and diesel refuelling stations. “H2FA’s new, completely self-sufficient operation in Melbourne represents a replicable standard for future stations throughout Australia, taking maximum advantage of its modular concept while also benefiting from a low cost operating model,” said Craig Ehrke, CEO of Skai Energies.

H2FA’s CCO, Robert Grove, added, “The modular H2FA model will also enable us to expand rapidly across Victoria and Australia to meet growing demand for hydrogen refuelling, while allocating capital and other resources with optimal efficiency.”

About Hydrogen Fuels Australia

Hydrogen Fuels Australia is an industry pioneer in the development of next generation modular hydrogen production and integrated refuelling facilities based in Melbourne, Australia. For more information, visit: www.hydrogenfuelsaustralia.com

About Skai Energies

Skai Energies is an Australian H2 technology integrator focused on supporting companies in their transition to clean energy through its global technology leading partnerships.  Utilising core relationships with Green Hydrogen Systems (world leaders in modular pressurised alkaline electrolysers) and Nilsson Energy (world-first hydrogen based stand-alone power systems), Skai Energies brings together complete hydrogen solutions for localised power generation and use.

Media Contact: Terry Alberstein, [email protected], +61 458 484 921

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SilverCrest Reports Results of AGM

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VANCOUVER, BC, June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – SilverCrest Metals Inc. (“SilverCrest” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the results of its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (“AGM”) held in Vancouver, BC on June 15, 2021.

A total of 78,955,084 votes were represented at the AGM amounting to 54.66% of the issued common shares as of the record date.

Shareholders approved the fixing of the number of directors at seven.  The following is the tabulation of proxy votes in the election of the seven directors:

Directors

Tabulation of Votes in Favour submitted by Proxy

Tabulation of Votes Withheld submitted by Proxy

N. Eric Fier

58,077,796        (99.71%)

   168,161           (0.29%)

Laura Diaz

58,168,394        (99.87%)

     77,564           (0.13%)

Ross O. Glanville

54,283,976        (93.20%)

3,961,981           (6.80%)

Ani Markova

57,895,061        (99.40%)

   350,897           (0.60%)

Hannes P. Portmann

57,723,288        (99.10%)

   522,669           (0.90%)

Graham C. Thody

51,647,789        (88.67%)

6,598,168           (11.33%)

John H. Wright

50,521,903        (86.74%)

7,721,454           (13.26%)

The shareholders also approved the re‑appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Chartered Professional Accountants, as auditor of SilverCrest.

In addition, further to the Company’s news release dated June 4, 2021, the shareholders approved the adoption of a new “rolling 1.5%” Equity Share Unit Plan for the Company.

ABOUT SILVERCREST METALS INC.
SilverCrest is a Canadian precious metals exploration and development company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, that is focused on new discoveries, value-added acquisitions and targeting production in Mexico’s historic precious metal districts. The Company’s top priority is on the high-grade, historic Las Chispas mining district in Sonora, Mexico, where it has completed a feasibility study on the Las Chispas Project and is proceeding with mine construction. Startup of production at the Las Chispas Mine is targeted for mid-2022. SilverCrest is the first company to successfully drill-test the historic Las Chispas Property resulting in numerous high-grade precious metal discoveries. The Company is led by a proven management team in all aspects of the precious metal mining sector, including taking projects through discovery, finance, on time and on budget construction, and production.

N. Eric Fier, CPG, P.Eng
Chief Executive Officer
SilverCrest Metals Inc.

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Surge Copper recoupe 432 mètres de 0,61 % CuEq et 506 mètres de 0,43 % CuEq dans les résultats finaux du forage d’hiver de West Seel

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  • Le trou S21-243 a recoupé 432 mètres avec une teneur de 0,61 % d’équivalent cuivre dont 156 mètres avec une teneur de 0,76 % d’équivalent cuivre.
  • Le trou S21-242 a recoupé 259 mètres avec une teneur de 0,60 % d’équivalent cuivre dont 124 mètres avec une teneur de 0,74 % d’équivalent cuivre, le trou se terminant par une minéralisation
  • Le trou S21-235 a recoupé 506 mètres avec une teneur de 0,43 % d’équivalent cuivre
  • Les travaux de forage à West Seel ont repris avec deux carottages axés sur l’expansion et le forage de définition

Tous les résultats du programme de forage hivernal de 20 028 mètres de la société ont maintenant été reçus et publiés. La figure 1 montre les emplacements des trous de forage et les références des sections. La société a le plaisir d’annoncer que le programme de forage d’été d’au moins 5 000 mètres à Ootsa a commencé. Deux carotteuses se sont concentrées sur le gisement de West Seel et ont effectué des forages d’extension dans les zones où le gisement reste ouvert. En fonction de la planification finale et des résultats obtenus au cours de l’été, le programme devrait s’étendre vers l’extérieur pour tester d’autres cibles d’exploration proches des ressources.

Figure 1 : Carte des emplacements des trous de forage pour le programme de forage Ootsa 2020-2021.

Trous S21-235 et 241 à 244 – Gisement de West Seel

Les trous S21-235 et 241 à 244 ont tous été forés sur les marges du gisement de West Seel ou dans la zone située immédiatement entre les gisements de East et West Seel. Les cinq trous ont tous recoupé des zones significatives de minéralisation, comme le résume le tableau ci-dessous, et l’orientation et la profondeur totale de chaque trou sont résumées sur la figure 1.

Le trou S21-243 est l’échelon le plus au nord-est de la longue section de West Seel et est représenté sur la figure 2. Le trou a recoupé 0,61 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 432 mètres à partir de 274 mètres de profondeur, dont 0,76 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 156 mètres à partir de 468 mètres de profondeur. Ce long intercept de forte minéralisation continue de prolonger le cœur à haute teneur du gisement de West Seel vers le nord-est.

Le trou S21-235 a été foré sur le côté ouest de West Seel et est représenté sur la figure 3. Le trou a recoupé 0,43 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 506 mètres à partir de 380 mètres de profondeur, dont 0,68 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 40 mètres à partir de 622 mètres de profondeur.

Les sondages S21-241, 242 et 244 ont testé le côté est de West Seel. Les trous S21-242 et 244 sont représentés sur la figure 4. Les trois trous ont recoupé des zones de minéralisation proches de la surface. Le trou S21-241 a recoupé 0,31 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 122 mètres à partir de 94 mètres de profondeur. Le trou S21-242 a recoupé 0,24 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 42 mètres à partir de 26 mètres de profondeur, puis 0,60 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 259 mètres à partir de 458 mètres de profondeur. Cela comprend un intervalle à teneur plus élevée contenant 0,74 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 124 mètres à partir de 542 mètres de profondeur. Le trou S21-244 a recoupé 0,21 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 58 mètres à partir de 32 mètres de profondeur, dont 0,29 % d’équivalent cuivre sur 168 mètres à partir de 98 mètres de profondeur.

Résumé des résultats d’analyse des trous sélectionnés

Trou de forage

De

(m)

À (m)

Largeur

(m)1

CuEq

(%)2

Cu (%)

Au (g/t)

Mo (%)

Ag (g/t)

S21-235

88,0

96,0

8,0

0,66

0,02

0,71

0,000

1,3

S21-235

380,0

886,0

506,0

0,43

0,20

0,11

0,030

2,2

dont

438,0

460,0

22,0

0,52

0,26

0,10

0,040

3,5

dont

622,0

662,0

40,0

0,68

0,32

0,19

0,046

3,9

S21-241

94,0

216,0

122,0

0,31

0,14

0,11

0,020

0,6

S21-241

134,0

216,0

82,0

0,34

0,16

0,12

0,022

0,6

dont

184,0

210,0

26,0

0,47

0,20

0,19

0,029

0,7

S21-242

26,0

68,0

42,0

0,24

0,12

0,08

0,012

0,8

S21-242

420,0

717 EOH

297,0

0,56

0,22

0,27

0,025

2,3

S21-242

458,0

717 EOH

259,0

0,60

0,23

0,29

0,027

2,3

dont

542,0

666,0

124,0

0,74

0,30

0,31

0,044

2,9

S21-243

274,0

706,0

432,0

0,61

0,29

0,20

0,035

3,0

dont

468,0

624,0

156,0

0,76

0,37

0,23

0,044

3,5

dont

522,0

624,0

102,0

0,81

0,39

0,25

0,049

3,4

S21-244

32,0

90,0

58,0

0,21

0,10

0,06

0,013

0,8

S21-244

98,0

266,0

168,0

0,29

0,14

0,09

0,017

0,8

dont

152,0

202,0

50,0

0,35

0,19

0,09

0,021

0,9


1.

La largeur fait référence aux intersections de trous de forage, les largeurs réelles n’ont pas été déterminées. EOH = fin du trou

2.

CuEq (équivalent cuivre) a été utilisé pour exprimer la valeur combinée du cuivre, de l’or, du molybdène et

de l’argent en pourcentage du cuivre, et n’est fourni qu’à titre d’illustration. Aucune allocation n’a été

faites pour les pertes de recouvrement qui pourraient survenir en cas d’exploitation minière. Les calculs utilisent les prix des métaux de

3,00 $US/lb de cuivre, 1 800 $US/oz d’or, 10 $US/lb de molybdène et 22 $US/oz d’argent, selon la formule suivante

CuEq % = Cu % + (Au g/t x 0,875) + (Mo % x 3,33) + (Ag g/t x 0,0107).

 

Figure 2. La longue section B-B’ de West Steel montrant les résultats des trous S20-219, 220, 224, 226, et S21-240 et 243. Voir la figure 1 pour l’emplacement de la section.

Figure 3. La longue section 7NE de West Seel montrant les résultats des trous S21-235 et le S21-232 précédemment rapporté. Voir la figure 1 pour l’emplacement de la section.

Figure 4. La longue section 10NE de West Seel montrant les résultats des trous S21-242 et 244, et le S21-230 précédemment rapporté. Voir la figure 1 pour l’emplacement de la section.

Trous S21-236 à 238 – Côté ouest du gisement d’East Seel

Les trous S21-236, 237 et 238 ont testé une zone située immédiatement à l’ouest du gisement d’East Seel et ont rencontré une altération étendue et des anomalies en Cu-Mo mais aucun intervalle significatif de minéralisation.

Mise à jour du programme d’exploration de l’Ootsa

Un programme de forage d’au moins 5 000 mètres a commencé à Ootsa, avec deux carotteuses qui forent actuellement le gisement de West Seel. Le forage sera d’abord axé sur l’expansion et la définition des ressources à West Seel et pourrait s’étendre à d’autres cibles d’exploration au cours de l’été.

Un levé géophysique aéroporté Z-axis Tipper Electromagnetic (« ZTEM ») a débuté le 10 juin et est actuellement en cours de vol sur l’ensemble des revendications d’Ootsa-Berg. Des équipes de terrain sont en train d’être constituées pour effectuer un premier suivi au sol des anomalies ZTEM prioritaires, et pour effectuer des travaux de surface sur les cibles d’exploration existantes sur les propriétés, en préparation des essais de forage.

Contrôle qualité

Toutes les carottes de forage sont enregistrées, photographiées et coupées en deux avec une scie à diamant. La moitié de la carotte est emballée et envoyée pour analyse à Activation Laboratories Ltd. à Kamloops, en Colombie-Britannique (qui est accréditée ISO/IEC 17025), tandis que l’autre moitié est archivée et stockée sur place à des fins de vérification et de référence. La teneur en or est déterminée par pyroanalyse de 30 g, et 37 éléments supplémentaires sont analysés par la méthode ICP (plasma à couplage inductif) utilisant une digestion multi-acides (à 4 acides). Des échantillons en double, vierges et des normes certifiées sont inclus dans chaque lot d’échantillons, puis vérifiés pour garantir une assurance et un contrôle de qualité adéquats.

La personne qualifiée

Le Dr Shane Ebert P. Geo. est la personne qualifiée pour le projet Ootsa, tel que défini par la norme nationale 43-101 et a approuvé les informations techniques contenues dans ce communiqué de presse.

À propos de Surge Copper Corp.

La société détient une participation de 100 % dans la propriété Ootsa, un projet d’exploration de stade avancé contenant les gisements porphyriques de East Seel, West Seel et Ox situés à côté de la mine de cuivre à ciel ouvert Huckleberry et detenue par Imperial Metals. La propriété Ootsa contient des ressources de cuivre, d’or, de molybdène et d’argent soumises aux contraintes de la fosse, conformes à la norme NI 43-101 dans les catégories mesurées et indiquées.

La société obtient également une participation de 70 % dans la propriété Berg de Centerra Gold. Berg est un grand projet d’exploration à un stade avancé situé à 28 km au nord-ouest des gisements d’Ootsa. Berg contient des ressources de cuivre, de molybdène et d’argent soumises aux contraintes de la fosse, conformes à la norme NI 43-101 dans les catégories mesurées et indiquées. Combinées, les propriétés adjacentes d’Ootsa et de Berg confèrent à Surge une position foncière dominante dans le district d’Ootsa-Huckleberry-Berg et le contrôle de quatre gisements porphyriques avancés.

Au nom du conseil d’administration

« Leif Nilsson »
Président-directeur général

Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez contacter :
Téléphone : +1 604 416 2978 ou +1 604 558 5847
[email protected] 
http://www.surgecopper.com

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Le présent communiqué de presse contient des déclarations prospectives qui concernent des événements futurs. Dans certains cas, vous pouvez identifier les déclarations prospectives par des termes tels que « sera », « peut », « devrait », « s’attend à », « prévoit » ou « anticipe » ou par la négation de ces termes ou d’une autre terminologie comparable. Toutes les déclarations contenues dans le présent document, autres que les déclarations de faits historiques, sont des déclarations prospectives, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, les plans de la société concernant la propriété Berg et la propriété Ootsa. Ces déclarations ne sont que des prévisions et impliquent des risques connus et inconnus, des incertitudes et d’autres facteurs qui peuvent faire en sorte que les résultats, le niveau d’activité, les performances ou les réalisations réels de la société soient sensiblement différents de tous les résultats, niveaux d’activité, performances ou réalisations futurs explicites ou implicites par ces déclarations prospectives. Ces incertitudes et risques peuvent inclure, entre autres, des résultats réels des activités d’exploration de la société différents de ceux prévus par la direction, des retards dans l’obtention ou la non-obtention des approbations gouvernementales ou autres approbations réglementaires requises, la capacité d’obtenir un financement adéquat pour mener à bien ses programmes d’exploration prévus, l’incapacité de se procurer de la main-d’œuvre, du matériel, des fournitures en quantité suffisante et en temps opportun, des pannes d’équipement, les répercussions de la pandémie actuelle de coronavirus et le mauvais temps. Bien que ces déclarations prospectives, et toutes les hypothèses sur lesquelles elles sont fondées, soient faites de bonne foi et reflètent le jugement actuel de la société concernant l’orientation de ses activités, les résultats réels varieront presque toujours, parfois de manière considérable, par rapport aux estimations, prévisions, projections, hypothèses ou autres suggestions de performances futures contenues dans le présent document. Sauf si la loi applicable l’exige, la société n’a pas l’intention de mettre à jour les déclarations prospectives pour les rendre conformes aux résultats réels.

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