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Colt Resources Inc. (COLTF) has assembled and is developing one of the most significant gold and tungsten lease portfolios in Portugal, a stable European country with excellent infrastructure and experienced labor force, high mineral potential, and a mining history dating back 2,000 years. Within three short years, Colt has not only become one of the largest holders of mining and exploration rights in Portugal, a country well-known for its rapidly growing resource market, but has also established a strategic presence in the Middle East as well.

Backed by a close working relationship with the Portuguese Government, Colt is aggressively developing its advanced-stage projects in Portugal: the Boa Fé Gold Project and its Tabuaço Tungsten Project. These 100%-owned high-grade gold and tungsten projects are expected to be in the production stage starting in the next 18 to 36 months, respectively.

The company also a 38% stake in Colt Resources Middle East (CRME), a company focused on securing near-term, world-class production assets in emerging mining areas in the Middle East. The company’s current areas of interest are in Pakistan and Afghanistan, specifically in the Tethyan belt, one of the world’s largest mineral deposits. Leveraging an experienced team with a diversified skill set essential for de-risking mining projects at all stages of the mining cycle, CRME’s long-term strategy is to build a major diversified world class mining company.

Collectively, Colt’s portfolio consists of three experimental mining licenses, four exploration concessions, and two active joint ventures in Portugal, as well as a 38% stake in Colt Resources Middle East mining projects. Colt is a triple-listed public company, trading on the OTC marketplace, the Toronto Stock Exchange, and the Frankfort Stock Exchange.

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Investment Highlights

  • Aggressively Developing its Advanced-Stage Projects in Portugal
  • Close Working Relationship with the Portuguese Government
  • One of the Largest Holders of Mining and Exploration Rights in Portugal
  • Presence in Middle East, Home to One of the World’s Top Mineral Deposits
  • Seasoned Management Team with Presence in Canada and Portugal

 


Projects and Concessions

Colt has become one of the largest holders of mining and mineral exploration rights in Portugal Leveraging its high-caliber management team, multiple environmental and community initiatives, and close relationships with the Portuguese Government, Colt anticipates the development of several mines in small, but resource-rich country. Current concessions:

Concession Type* Commodity Area
Boa Fé
Advanced Stage Gold Project
EML Gold 47 km2
Tabuaço
Advanced Stage Tungsten Project
EML Tungsten 45 km2
Santo António EML Gold 35 km2
Montemor EC Gold 728 km2
Cercal EC Gold 455 km2
Cedovim EC Gold 218 km2
Borba EC Gold/Copper 634 km2
Total Area     2,162 Km2

*Note: EML – Experimental Mining License; EC – Exploration Concession

Advanced-Stage Projects

The Boa Fé Gold Project (46.78 km²) is located in the northern central section of the Montemor Gold Exploration Concession (728.22km²), located in the Alentejo region of southern Portugal. The Montemor Gold Exploration Concession is rectangular in shape with the walled city of Évora on the eastern border and Vendas Novas on the western edge. The Boa Fé Gold Project is located along a 33km shear zone in the Escoural Formation which trends northwest-southeast between Fonte Santa and Chaminé and north-south between Ligeiro and Braços, about two kilometres north of is the city of Montemor-o-Novo. Colt Resources was granted the mineral exploration rights for the Montemor Gold Exploration Concession, and holds a wholly owned Experimental Mining License (BF-EML) for the Boa Fé Gold Project. The Boa Fé Gold Project hosts several gold deposits such as Banhos, Casas Novas, Chaminé, Ligeiro and Braços. The property is easily accessible all year via state-of-the-art infrastructure and is conveniently located near the Portuguese National Electrical Grid which allows for uninterrupted power.

Project Highlights

  • Concession located 100km east of Lisbon.
  • 100% ownership of the Montemor Gold Exploration Concession.
  • Experimental Mining License for wholly owned Boa Fé Gold Project
  • Boa Fé Gold Project hosts several gold deposits.
  • Several high grade outcropping gold deposits identified with significant untested strike and depth potential.
  • Multiple large lower grade gold anomalies not drill tested.
  • The Boa Fé / Montemor areas with multiple historic deposits identified.
  • Bulk of historical work focused on near surface zones of mineralization (18km strike length) out of an estimated total of 111km of gold mineralization.
  • Initial metallurgical test work has demonstrated that the gold at Boa Fé/Montemor is readily recoverable using a combination of conventional methods such as gravity, flotation, and cyanide technologies.
  • Aggressive exploration program is currently underway to upgrade a Sub-Million Ounce Mining Project to a potentially World Class Multi-Million Ounce Mining District.

Boa Fé Next Steps

  • Resource definition and infill drilling will continue to improve confidence in near-term mining production targets.
  • Geophysical testwork to model mineralization close to known deposits.
  • Targeted deep drilling to continue to test deep gold mineralization potential close to planned mining operations.
  • Environmental impact studies will continue so as to optimize the mining and processing facilities and minimize their environmental impact.
  • Geotechnical and Hydrological testwork will continue to provide data for pit design.
  • Metallurgical bulk sampling to provide sufficient representative volumes for final plant design and gold recovery optimization.
  • Advance the project to construction during 2014 and full production by 2015.

NI 43-101 Resource Estimates

Colt’s NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for six deposits within the Boa Fé and Montemor area has reported Indicated Resources* of 340,310 oz and Inferred Resources* of 84,200 oz.

NI43-101 Compliant Resource Classification Tonnage Grade g/t Au Contained Metal Oz Au
Indicated Mineral Resources 6,070,000 1.74 340,310
Inferred Mineral Resources 1,554,000 1.69 84,200

The Tabuaço Experimental Mining Licence (EML) in North-Eastern Portugal covers a total area of 45.13 km², and has been granted to Colt following, and as a consequence of, the exploration project undertaken by the company at its Armamar-Meda exploration concession between 2007 and 2012. It is located 300 km north, north-east of Lisbon, 100 km to the east south-east of Porto and 25 km to the south-east from Peso da Régua. Surrounding towns include: Armamar, Moimenta da Beira, Penedono, S. João da Pesqueira and Tabuaço. The EML encloses the Tabuaço skarn-type tungsten (scheelite) deposits, which include the São Pedro das Águias (SPA) and Aveleira tungsten resource areas,and the adjacent exploration targets of the SPA-Aveleira Gap, the Quintã-Távora zone, as well as on the East bank of the Távora river.

Since acquiring the exploration rights over this area in late 2007, as part of its Armamar-Meda exploration concession, Colt carried out extensive outcrop sampling work, and then embarked on an exploration and evaluation diamond drilling program which to date involved in excess of 100 drill holes, totaling more than 11,400 metres.

A portion of the deposit underlies a port wine vineyard on the western terraced slope of the Távora River valley. Though surface rights are subordinate to mining rights, often exploration and development activities are hampered by delays imposed by land owners. Therefore, in August 2011, Colt acquired 140 hectares of surface rights, which includes a vineyard and operational winery producing Senhora do Convento port and red table wines, along with a former Cistercian monastery. By securing the land over the majority of the deposit area, the company has unencumbered access to the most of the project area during the drilling program. In addition, the land is suitable for the entrance to the planned underground mine. Additional acreage will be required to accommodate the mine’s infrastructure upon development, specifically for the mine tailings disposal facility and tungsten ore concentrator plant; however, management plans to procure a site within three kilometers of the proposed mine entrance.

Project Highlights

Classification of the Mineral Resource is based on quality control data, geological continuity, and borehole spacing. The estimate is considered to have reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction, as it is constrained by a cut-off grade derived from reasonable underground mining and processing costs;

  • A cut-off grade of 0.3% WO3 has been used to constrain the Mineral Resource estimate;
  • This cut-off grade is based on a WO3 price of US$300/mtu2, an underground mining cost of US$30/t and a processing cost of US$22/t, as supplied by SRK Denver, and agreed by Colt Resources;
  • The deposit remains open in all directions.

NI 43-101 Resource Estimates

  November 2011 Resource Estimate October 2012 Resource Estimate
Resource Category Tonnage (thousand tonnes) Grade (% WO3) Contained Metal (MTU WO3)* Tonnage (thousand tonnes) Grade (% WO3) Contained Metal (MTU WO3)*
Indicated Mineral Resources 760 0.58 440,000 1,495 0.55 815,000
Inferred Mineral Resources 1,330 0.57 760,000 1,230 0.59 720,000

 

Table 1 - Tabuaco/Aveleira Tungsten Project Resource Highlights (0.3% WO3 Cut-off Grade)

* The term “MTU” is an abbreviation for one “Metric Tonne Unit” and is equal to 10Kg of material.

 


Portugal

Portugal’s diverse geology and significant mineral potential have led to the occurrence of a considerable number of ore, industrial, and ornamental stone deposits. Mineral exploitation in Portugal is presently at a considerably high level, originating from world class deposits, such as Neves-Corvo (Cu, Zn) and Panasqueira (W), but also from a lot of some other deposits producing salt, feldspar, kaolin, ball clay and fire clay, ornamental stones and some other mineral substances. Portugal is presently one of the main EU producers of copper, tin and tungsten (ranking fifth in the world after China, Russia, Bolivia, and Australia) concentrates and an important world producer of ornamental stones.

Exploration activity is at a high level considering the relative small extent of the territory (roughly 90,000 Km2). Several international companies conduct exploration focus on base and precious metals. Despite this, the country remains largely overlooked and underexplored.

The mining of mineral resources in Portugal was initially carried out by the Phoenicians, but was intensely developed by the Romans, so the country has a long tradition in mining.

Portugal has world-class well-developed infrastructure; modern roads, efficient power and communication networks, and easily accessible ports and airports and is ranked 34th out of 155 countries by the World Bank in their 2011 Logistics Performance Index.

The country has significant and favorable European Union and Portuguese government financial incentive programs, which can be benefited from as the projects advance towards the development and production phases.

Portugal has a supportive government and favorable mining laws that encourages mineral exploration and mine development.

The Portuguese government’s geology and mining agencies the Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia and the Direcção-Geral de Energia e Geologia encourage and promote the advancement of projects geared toward the exploitation of the country's mineral resources, like the recent published “National Strategy for Geological Resources – Mineral Resources” states.

 


Colt Middle East

Colt also has a 38% stake in Colt Resources Middle East (CRME), a company focused on securing near term, world-class production assets in emerging mining areas in the Middle East. The company’s current areas of interest are in Pakistan and Afghanistan, specifically in the Tethyan belt, one of the world’s largest mineral deposits. Leveraging an experienced team with a diversified skill set essential for de-risking mining projects at all stages of the mining cycle, CRME’s long-term strategy is to build a major diversified world class mining company.

The company sees an opportunity to apply its expertise in mineral exploration, mine development, and mine operation to enhance the quality of life as well as supporting the economic independence in a number of emerging regions of the world that are naturally endowed with economically viable deposits while simultaneously enhancing shareholder value.

Principal areas of interest for Colt Middle East in Pakistan (Chagai Hills Balochistan)

The deposits, which are the focus of Colt Middle East Pakistan’s interest, are all located in the Tethyan belt, which runs from Asia to Europe and comprises one of the largest mineral deposits on earth. Our particular area of interest is in the Chagai Hills, an area explored in detail in the 1970s by the geological survey of Pakistan. To date the only significant mining operation being carried out here is by Chinese State companies in a location called Saindak, which was put into production in the 1980s as a copper mine. It is estimated that there could be over a substantial wealth of recoverable mineral resources in the region which if further investigated could be exploited for the greater benefit of the Baloch people and the Pakistani nation. All the surveys conducted so far have supported this assumption.

Regional Geology

Most of the area is situated on Tethyan belt, one of the most well-known belts in the world for natural resources. The sub-duction of Arabian plate into Afghan micro plate resulted in magmatic eruptions in the region which mainly comprise a submarine environment with the oldest being the Sinjarani volcanic group and the youngest multiple phase porphyry intrusions in the NE, NW portion as well as sedimentary sequences in the SE, SW portion.

 

Pakistan Mining

Our potential areas of interest are focused within one of the world's major metal producing belts, the Tethyan belt.

Principal areas of interest for Colt Middle East in Pakistan (Chagai Hills Balochistan)

The deposits, which are the focus of Colt Middle East Pakistan’s interest, are all located in the Tethyan belt, which runs from Asia to Europe and comprises one of the largest mineral deposits on earth. Our particular area of interest is in the Chagai Hills, an area explored in detail in the 1970s by the geological survey of Pakistan. To date the only significant mining operation being carried out here is by Chinese State companies in a location called Saindak, which was put into production in the 1980s as a copper mine. It is estimated that there could be over a substantial wealth of recoverable mineral resources in the region which if further investigated could be exploited for the greater benefit of the Baloch people and the Pakistani nation. All the surveys conducted so far have supported this assumption.

Regional Geology

Most of the area is situated on Tethyan belt, one of the most well-known belts in the world for natural resources. The sub-duction of Arabian plate into Afghan micro plate resulted in magmatic eruptions in the region which mainly comprise a submarine environment with the oldest being the Sinjarani volcanic group and the youngest multiple phase porphyry intrusions in the NE, NW portion as well as sedimentary sequences in the SE, SW portion.

Other advantages

  1. Very large magnetic anomaly on map.
  2. Close to Nok-Kundi Town (District Chaghi).
  3. Close to the Quetta-Taftan highway (RCD High Way).
  4. Close to the Quetta-Zahidan Railway Track.
  5. Dispersed population and generally lowly populated area.
  6. Local people are very supportive.

Most mining and geological who have reviewed the area have confirmed that if modern techniques of exploration and production are employed in this area then many more recoverable grade deposits will be uncovered.

Afghanistan

Mining in Afghanistan is controlled by the Ministry of Mines and Industry. Afghanistan has more than 1,400 mineral fields, containing barite, chromite, coal, copper, gold, iron ore, lead, natural gas, petroleum, precious and semiprecious stones, salt, sulfur, talc, zinc, among many other minerals. Gemstones include high-quality emerald, lapis lazuli, red garnet, and ruby. Some reports have suggested that the country could hold up to $3 trillion in untapped mineral deposits.

Afghanistan’s significance from an energy standpoint stems from its geographical position as a potential transit route for oil and natural gas exports from Central Asia to the Arabian Sea. This potential includes the construction of the Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline gas pipeline. The first Afghan oil production began in October 2012.

 


Leadership

To provide maximum oversight and leadership, Colt’s highly qualified senior management team has strategically divided its presence between the administrative and field offices in Beloura, Tabuaço and Escoural, Portugal, with a corporate office in Montreal, Canada.

Nikolas Perrault, President & Chief Executive Officer

Nikolas Perrault is a Chartered Financial Analyst who has spent the first 15 years of his career working with some of Canada’s largest financial institutions, including National Bank, Merrill-Lynch, CIBC, and Scotia Capital. His focus throughout his career has been on small cap resource companies worldwide, which has allowed him to develop an extensive international network. In May 2007, he founded a management consulting company providing strategic advice to early stage energy and resource companies. Mr. Perrault is also an independent director of TSX listed Calvalley Petroleum as well as NEX listed Bitumen Capital. Perrault holds a Bachelor of Commerce and obtained his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1997.

 

Shahab Jaffrey, Chief Financial Officer

Shahab Jaffrey is an experienced chartered accountant possessing strong commercial and technical skills with core expertise in financial reporting and advisory related issues having worked with large International and Canadian accounting firms. He possesses more than 13 years of experience across Australia, Canada, Russia, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and the Middle East with major clients being listed companies in the Mining and Oil & Gas sector. His last role was with Sherritt International Corporation as part of their senior internal audit and risk management team.

 

 

Declan Costelloe, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Declan Costelloe is a chartered engineer (UK Engineering Council) and a mining geologist with over 25 years of experience. In addition to his roles at Colt, Costelloe also serves as President of Celtic Mining Ltd. and independent mining consulting firm. In 2007, he served as a portfolio manager with the Goldfish Fund, a Colorado-based investment fund with a diversified portfolio primarily directed at the mining and natural resources exploration and development field. From 2003 to 2006, Costelloe served as an investment manager with Veneroso Associates Gold Advisors, an investment company focused on the gold industry, prior to which he served as research director from 2000 to 2003. He also currently serves as a director of Homestake Resources Corp., a Canadian exploration company. During his mining career he held positions with several resource focussed companies including BHP Gold, SRK (UK), Monarch Resources and Golden Star Resources. Costelloe holds a B.Sc. in Geology from University College, Galway and a B.Sc. in Mining Geology from the University of Wales College Cardiff.

 

David A. Johnson, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary

David A. Johnson is an attorney and trade-mark agent with his own law firm based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Johnson specializes in corporate law, commercial transactions, and intellectual property. He also practises across several industries including mining, software, energy, manufacturing, clean tech, transportation, and entertainment. His international legal experience includes work in France, Portugal, Germany, Albania, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and Israel. Johnson has several years’ experience at the senior management level in a variety of companies and not for profit organizations. He is presently a director and the Secretary-Treasurer of the International Law Association, Canadian Branch, a registered charity. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from Queen’s University, a Master of Urban Planning (M.U.P.), Bachelor of Common Law (LL.B.), and a Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.) from McGill University. He also completed the Directors Education Program at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and has been certified at the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D), the International Executive Program for Mining Leadership at the School of Business, Queen’s University, and the Canadian Securities Course at the Canadian Securities Institute.

 

Filipe Faria, Vice President, Exploration

Filipe Faria is a geologist with has more than 30 years of experience in mineral exploration. Over the last 13 years he has been a partner and the principal consulting geologist of GEOLOG – Gabinete de Geociências Lda, a geological consultancy based in Lisbon, Portugal. Prior to that, Faria worked for Rio Tinto plc, Ashanti Goldfields Ltd, European Gold Resources Inc., and as an independent consultant. Over the course of his career, he has been responsible of numerous geological and mineral exploration/evaluation projects for a number of domestic and international companies focusing in Western Europe and Southern Africa. Fluent in Portuguese and English, Faria has been a member of the Portuguese Association of Geologists since 1982 and the Geological Society of Portugal since 1978.

 

João Carlos Gaspar de Sousa, Vice President, Operations

Joao Carlos Gaspar de Sousa previously worked as the senior project geologist of Genius Mineira, Lda., an Angolan company. He is a Senior Exploration Geologist with 28 years of experience including five years as the Country Manager for Iberian Resources Portugal (the former owner of Colt’s Montemor project), more than two years with Empresa de Desenvolvimento Mineiro, S.A. and its subsidiary, 13 years with Rio Tinto and 5 years with Lundin Mining Corporation (EuroZinc Mining Corp.) which owns the "Neves-Corvo" copper mine in Portugal. Gaspar de Sousa has a Geological degree from Faculdade de Ciências de Lisboa.

 

Jorge Valente, Vice President, Engineering and Development

Jorge Valente is a Portuguese citizen and resides in Brazil. Valente has more than 40 years of extensive experience in the mining industry. He is a mining engineer (graduated from IST, Lisbon, 1970), specializing in Geomathematics (mineral resources and ore reserves estimation and mine planning). He also teaches post-graduate courses at the School of Mines of UFOP (Ouro Preto Federal University), and is a certified CP (“competent person”, by SME – USA). He is the author of two books and many articles dealing with subjects of his specialty, some of which have been published in English.

 

Luís Martins, Advisory Board Chairman and Director Business & Development Europe

Luis Martins is a geologist with 30 years of experience in the exploration and mining sector. He graduated from the Faculty of Sciences of Lisbon (1973) and has a MsC in Economic Geology from the same faculty (1995) and also several national and international post-graduation courses. He was a former Director of the Mineral Resources Department at the Geology and Mining Institute (the Geological Survey) and a former Director of the Mines and Quarries Department at the Directorate-General of Energy and Geology (the Mining Authority). He has participated in several national and international research projects, especially in the mineral exploration, environmental geology and mining heritage fields, the majority of them with co-ordination functions and coordinated several international working groups, like the "Mineral Resources Topic Network" and the "Minerals Policy Sector" of the EuroGeoSurveys (1997-2002) and the CYTED Ibero-American Network "Land Use and Mineral Resources" (2002-2007). He was the Portuguese representative on the “Raw Materials Supply Group” of DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission (June 2010-August 2012) and, as an expert, on the “UNECE Expert Group on Resource Classification” (October 2010-August 2012). He has published over 100 national and international peer-review publications. He has participated in 350 conferences, workshops and seminars where he has presented papers in 80 of them and taught more than 20 graduate level short courses.

 


Colt Resources, Inc.
2000 McGill College Avenue, Suite 2010
Montreal, Quebec H3A 3H3
Canada
Phone: (514) 843-7178
www.ColtResources.com
Info@ColtResources.com

 

 

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#98   Wow, last post 2 years ago and what Peron 03/09/16 09:26:45 AM
#97   COLTF Maintains Rapid Pace Toward Gold, Tungsten Production QualityStocks 07/01/14 05:22:09 PM
#96   COLTF Explores for Gold and Tungsten in Portugal QualityStocks 06/24/14 03:41:11 PM
#95   COLTF On Track in Mineral-Rich Portugal QualityStocks 06/18/14 09:18:53 AM
#94   Colt Resources, Inc. (COLTF) Portuguese Gold and Tungsten QualityStocks 06/11/14 09:59:38 AM
#93   COLTF Executive Chairman to Purchase Colt Resources Middle QualityStocks 06/04/14 09:19:47 AM
#92   COLTF: Playing Strong on Gold in Portugal QualityStocks 05/29/14 05:39:39 PM
#91   COLTF Eyes Production Progress Tabuaço Tungsten and Boa QualityStocks 05/21/14 05:15:06 PM
#90   COLTF Affiliate in Middle East Enters Exclusivity Agreement QualityStocks 05/13/14 10:03:01 AM
#89   COTLF Steered by Experienced Management Team QualityStocks 05/06/14 04:47:52 PM
#88   COLTF Leverages Ties with Portuguese Government to Advance QualityStocks 04/28/14 03:49:07 PM
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#86   COLTF Capitalizing on Mining Gold and Tungsten Rich Portugal QualityStocks 04/21/14 05:05:51 PM
#85   COLTF One of the Biggest Gold and Tungsten QualityStocks 04/14/14 07:49:29 PM
#84   Company History QualityStocks 04/11/14 04:46:59 PM
#83   Latest Corporate Presentation: http://www.coltresources.com/en/presentations QualityStocks 04/11/14 04:46:10 PM
#82   To provide maximum oversight and leadership, Colt’s highly QualityStocks 04/11/14 04:45:36 PM
#81   COLTF is “One to Watch” QualityStocks 04/07/14 10:13:42 AM
#80   April 7th-8th Pump Pump Pu Pu Pu Pump WHITEMIKE 04/06/14 06:32:39 PM
#79   Colt awarded Mining Licence gsfl 02/20/13 06:24:24 PM
#78   Colt Resources Inc. (TSXV: GTP) intersected high-grade gold gsfl 12/17/12 02:39:44 PM
#77   Good To Go canucklehead80 05/14/12 01:46:01 AM
#76   Colt Resources intersects 5.42g/t Au over 23.58m, including gsfl 04/30/12 02:18:50 PM
#75   Colt to Start Portugal Gold Mine in Early gsfl 04/23/12 03:48:52 PM
#74   Colt Resources intersects 4.46g/t Au over 19.60m, including gsfl 03/27/12 03:25:54 PM
#72   Auguries—You Bet Your Life canucklehead80 03/08/12 01:52:56 PM
#71   Colt Resources intersects 0.41%WO3 over 14.46m, including 0.74% gsfl 02/23/12 08:17:12 AM
#70   Colt Resources intersects 11.96g/t Au over 10.83m, including gsfl 02/08/12 11:10:14 AM
#69   Colt Resources Strengthens its Operations Team in Portugal gsfl 01/25/12 10:20:39 AM
#68   Colt Resources intersects 9.98g/t Au over 19.40m, including gsfl 01/18/12 02:40:19 PM
#67   Colt Welcomes Mikhail Y. Gurfinkel to its Advisory Penny Roger$ 11/15/11 02:03:29 PM
#66   Colt Engages Wenzhao “Connie” Wang as Special Advisor gsfl 11/15/11 09:23:54 AM
#65   Initial NI 43-101 Resource Estimate for its 100% gsfl 11/08/11 08:32:54 AM
#64   Colt Earns 100% of the Mining License for gsfl 11/04/11 09:30:41 AM
#63   Mining License Approved for the Boa Fé Gold gsfl 10/25/11 09:46:05 AM
#62   Colt Resources intersects 0.95% WO3 over 10.75m, including gsfl 10/12/11 09:49:19 AM
#61   Colt Resources intersects 0.76% WO3 over 12.59m, including gsfl 10/04/11 12:16:56 PM
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#58   Colt Resources Intersects 1.08% WO3 over 7.65m at gsfl 05/10/11 09:20:59 AM
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#56   Colt Resources Intersects 0.89% WO3 over 15.00m including gsfl 03/24/11 03:00:23 PM
#55   Colt Resources Inc. Announces NI 43-101 Technical Report gsfl 03/10/11 02:15:45 PM
#54   Colt Resources Inc. Receives Positive Scoping Level Metallurgical gsfl 03/03/11 09:40:59 AM
#53   Colt Appoints Declan Costelloe as Executive Vice President gsfl 02/28/11 11:56:15 AM
#52   Colt Appoints Jean Depatie to the Board of gsfl 02/19/11 04:53:13 PM
#51   Colt Resources Inc. Receives NI 43-101 Technical Report gsfl 02/17/11 12:44:02 PM
#50   Colt Resources to Commence Trading on the TSX gsfl 02/08/11 09:54:16 AM
#49   Colt Resources Contracts SRK Consulting (U.S.) Inc. to gsfl 01/19/11 09:52:17 AM
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