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After-tax NPV5% of C$1.4B (US$1.1B) and a 56% IRR at US$1,550/oz Au and US$22/oz Ag

Pre-production capital expenditures (CAPEX) of C$488M (US$381M)

After-tax payback period of 1.4 years at US$1,550/oz Au and US$22/oz Ag

How Soon Can Eskay Creek Be Permitted?

Skeena is a proud co-founder of the BC Regional Mining Alliance – an alliance between government, First Nations and industry to promote mining investment in the Golden Triangle. 

Eskay Creek is located within the Tahltan Territory. The Tahltan consider themselves a mining nation as they have been mining obsidian for the last 10,000 years. Their land is home to three producing mines – Brucejack, Silvertip and Red Chris. 

Pretivm’s Brucejack mine was permitted in just under 2 years from beginning to end.

How Can Skeena Increase The Value Of Eskay Creek?

Current Activity 
Skeena plans to do 35,000 metres of exploration drilling at Eskay Creek in 2021. In addition, the company is aggressively advancing Eskay Creek towards a Feasibility Study which is expected to be released in Q1 2022.  

  

The results of Skeena's PFS may not have been surprising for early investors. This is because the pit sits on top the former highest-grade underground gold-silver mine in the world!

Eskay Creek was in production in the late 90's when gold prices were $300/oz, which meant that only extremely high-grade ore could turn a profit. Fast forward to today, the gold price is over $1700/oz and all of the ore that wasn’t profitable historically, is now economic. 

Eskay Creek is Among The Highest-Grade Open-Pit Assets in the World

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In comparison to open-pits around the world, Eskay Creek sits in the 95th percentile with an average grade of 4.57 g/t AuEq, more than 3 times higher than worldwide average! 

The Golden Triangle of British Columbia is a favourable place for mining investment, and here is proof:

Open-pit permits are common in the area with Red Chris, KSM and Galore Creek all being permitted within the last decade.

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Exploration Upside
In 2020, Skeena discovered two new zones at Eskay Creek, the Eskay Deeps and the Lower Mudstones! Highlights include 15.38 g/t gold equivalent over 3.18 metres in the Eskay Deeps and 12.27 g/t gold equivalent over 5.99 metres in the Lower Mudstones. 

Skeena has only scratched the surface of exploration potential at Eskay Creek and we look forward to following it up this year! 

Skeena geologist logging core (2019)

Chad Day (President, Tahltan Central Government) & Walter Coles (CEO, Skeena)


WORLD'S FORMER HIGHEST GRADE GOLD-SILVER MINE GOING BACK INTO PRODUCTION? 

Skeena Resources released a 5.1 Moz, 4.2 g/t AuEq, 
Open-Pit Resource at Eskay Creek

Given Skeena's Prefeasibility Study results, the company should be on the watchlist of any serious gold or silver investor.

Here’s what you need to know:

Skeena released an open-pit reserves statement of 3.88 million ounces at 4.57 g/t gold equivalent for Eskay Creek in July 2021. Additional highlights from the Prefeasibility Study include:

Eskay Creek - A Low Carbon Emission Mine

Eskay Creek is projected to be one of the lowest GHG Emission open-pit gold mines worldwide!

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WORLD'S FORMER HIGHEST GRADE GOLD MINE GOING BACK INTO PRODUCTION? 

Skeena Resources recently released a 3.88 Moz, 4.57 g/t AuEq 
open-pit reserves statement for Eskay Creek 



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WORLD'S FORMER HIGHEST GRADE GOLD-SILVER MINE GOING BACK INTO PRODUCTION? 

Skeena Resources released a 
5.1 Moz, 4.2 g/t AuEq, 
Open-Pit Resource at Eskay Creek