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caveat_emptor   Friday, 09/26/14 02:04:56 PM
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Dalradian Begins Underground Exploration Program at Curraghinalt Gold Project
Published on September 26, 2014 at 5:16 AM
Dalradian Resources Inc. announces that surface works have begun at site as the first stage of a planned underground exploration program ("Underground Program") in support of a Pre-feasibility Study ("PFS") at its 100% owned Curraghinalt gold project in Northern Ireland. Local contractor FP McCann was awarded the surface works portion of the program and they are currently on site (see photos below). SRK Consulting (Canada) Inc. has been appointed as principal consultant on the PFS and has begun work.

The PFS is part of a work program over the next 12-15 months with a fully-funded budget of approximately C$30 million and the goal of submitting a planning application for mine construction at Curraghinalt.

"With funding and planning permission in hand for our Underground Program, we are pressing full-steam ahead to move Curraghinalt toward production," commented CEO Patrick F. N. Anderson. "The Curraghinalt gold project is a premium product in a scarcity market, with strong economics, high gold grade, low-capex and a good jurisdiction. We're anticipating a very eventful year ahead as we de-risk the project and hit numerous milestones leading up to submission of a planning application for a full operation, including the completion of a detailed EIA and an underground drilling program of approximately 20,000 metres."

In addition, an updated PEA incorporating the company's latest resource estimate is expected to be completed in Q4 2014. Micon International Limited, who was the independent consultant on the 2012 PEA, is producing the updated PEA.

Highlights of the previous study include:

After-tax IRR of 41.9% and NPV of US$467 at a gold price of US$1,378 per ounce
After-tax IRR of 33.4% and NPV of US$331 million at a gold price of US$1,166 per ounce
Mine life of 15 years with average annual gold production of 145,000 ounces
Average gold recoveries of 92%
Initial capital costs of US$192 million (including a US$38 million contingency)

Underground Exploration Program

Dalradian's Underground Program commenced in September, with surface works undertaken by local contractor FP McCann, a Northern Ireland-based civil engineering company and manufacturer and distributor of concrete and other construction products. Surface works are expected to be completed within several months in preparation for going underground and include construction of:

Surface operations area;
Water treatment plant;
Waste rock storage area;
Internal access roads; and
Services.

To view "Photo 1: Sept. 9, 2014 Site preparation for the Underground Program" please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/969599-Photo1.jpg.

To view "Photo 2: Sept. 11, 2014 Surveying surface work area for the Underground Program; view from adit with silt fencing in background" please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/969599-Photo2.jpg.

The Underground Program entails extension of the exploration tunnel by approximately 1,000 metres in order to access, define, sample and test the mineralized material from the Curraghinalt deposit. The development will include underground drill bays for approximately 20,000 metres of infill drilling. The Underground Program is designed to:

Demonstrate continuity of thickness and grade of the mineralised veins;
Increase confidence in the existing mineral resources and move ounces from Inferred to Indicated;
Evaluate mining methods;
Assess underground geotechnical and hydrogeological conditions; and
Produce samples for offsite metallurgical testing.

Pre-feasibility Study & Environmental Impact Assessment

With the completion of the latest resource estimate in 2014, Dalradian intends to carry out a Pre-Feasibility Study, which will include an options analysis looking at alternatives to several aspects of the PEA, including but not limited to dry stack tailings and the addition of a flotation circuit. In parallel with the PFS, Dalradian will undertake an Environmental Impact Assessment ("EIA") which will examine the potential impacts of a full mine build, as well as options for their elimination or mitigation. The EIA report, together with the Project Description, will form the basis of a Planning Application for the full mine build to be submitted to the Northern Ireland Planning Service (Planning NI).

The PFS options analysis will investigate alternatives to the base case scenario outlined in the 2012 PEA, including mineral processing, tailings and waste rock management, and will identify potential locations for the mine surface infrastructure. These alternatives will be considered from a perspective of engineering and construction feasibility, capital and operating costs, operational risks, reclamation costs, as well as ease of permitting and acceptance by the local community and regulators. The PFS will incorporate the results of the options analysis, setting out the preferred options for mining, mineral processing, tailings and waste rock management along with an economic assessment of the project, in an NI-43-101 compliant Technical Report.

Qualified Person

Ian R. Hardesty, MS, CPG, Senior Production Geologist, Dalradian Resources Inc., is the Qualified Person who supervised the preparation of the technical data in this news release.

Source: http://www.dalradian.com/


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