www.evolvinggold.com • 604.630.0792
Evolving Gold’s joint venture agreement with Agnico-Eagle in 2011 has brought significant resources to Evolving’s Rattlesnake Hills discovery in Wyoming. Describing it as a “highly strategic” move CEO Bill Gee says the joint venture allows Evolving to focus most of its efforts and all of its capital on exploring its Carlin-Humboldt project in Nevada. Situated firmly on the Carlin Trend, the project has produced high-grade results in recent drill campaigns. “Evolving Gold (TSX:EVG) has a large land position in the prolific Carlin Trend, including 24 gold targets and a gold discovery with thick high-grade gold intersects. Our mineralization is ideally suited to the processing facilities being operated by majors on the Trend,” says Gee. He discusses the two projects’ progress and key reasons to invest in the company.
(Note: Evolving Gold has accomplished some important milestones since this interview in March 2012. The company sold shares of a Newco, Prosperity Goldfields, which netted approximately $4 million in proceeds with no dilution to Evolving Gold. The company also announced 2012 exploration targets on its Carlin, Humboldt and Jake Creek targets, totally $5 million (fully funded). In addition the company announced new gold targets at Rattlesnake Hills, which could net additional upside on the project. Get the details at http://www.evolvinggold.com/.)
www.malbex.ca • 416.628.0215
The stream of impressive results from Malbex Resources (TSX-V: MBG) is rightfully boosting CEO Tim Warman’s confidence. In its second drill season, the company’s flagship Del Carmen project in the Argentina side of the rich El Indio Gold Belt outlined some stunning gold assays. These include hole 52, the best overall, with an intercept of 267 metres grading 2.05 g/t gold and 29.3 g/t silver. Under the guidance of a team of top-notch geologists, some of whom are former Aurelian executives, Malbex expects to reach a number of milestones over the next several months. “We will build on the track record we had at Aurelian, where we took a penny stock to a $1.2 billion company, which was sold to Kinross in 2008,” says Warman.