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Manas Highlights

Gold developer in the Kyrgyz Republic
Total JORC Resource base 1.18Moz
Exploring for Carlin‐style gold deposits

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Resources and Reserves Tables

Manas Resources has a Mineral Resource base of 1.18 million ounces of gold in two deposits, Shambesai and Obdilla, located 7km apart.

The Mineral Resource is compliant with the JORC code.

Note: The Mineral Resource was estimated within constraining wireframe solids based on a nominal lower cut‐off grade of 0.2 g/t Au. The Mineral Resource is quoted from all blocks above a cut‐off grade of 0.3 g/t Au for Oxide Resources and 0.75 g/t Au for Sulphide Resources. Low grade refers to blocks above cut‐off and below 2.0 g/t Au, while High Grade refers to blocks above 2.0 g/t Au.Differences may occur due to rounding

*Obdilla is reported at a gold cut-off grade of 1.0g/t gold.

Summary of Shambesai Mineral Resource Estimate

 
Reported according to JORC Category
Grade Tonnage Reported above a Cut‐off Grade of 0.3 g/t Au for
Oxide Resources
 
Tonnes
(Millions)
Gold Grade
(g/t)
Contained
Ounces Gold
Category
1.17
2.95
111,000
Measured
6.43
2.4
556,000
Indicated
0.46  1.8 29,000 Inferred
8.06
2.69
697,000
 

Summary of Shambesai Mineral Resource Estimate

 

 

Note: The Mineral Resource was estimated within constraining wireframe solids based on a nominal lower cut‐off grade of 0.2 g/t Au. The Mineral Resource is quoted from all blocks above a cut‐off grade of 0.3 g/t Au for Oxide Resources and 0.75 g/t Au for Sulphide Resources. . Low grade refers to blocks above cut‐off and below 2.0 g/t Au, while High Grade refers to blocks above 2.0 g/t Au. Differences may occur due to rounding.

 

 
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