Endeavour Mining announces positive feasibility study for Houndé Gold Project in Burkina Faso

Endeavour Mining announces positive feasibility study for Houndé Gold Project 
in Burkina Faso 
VANCOUVER, Nov. 6, 2013 /CNW/ - Endeavour Mining Corporation ("Endeavour") 
(TSX:EDV, ASX:EVR, OTCQX:EDVMF) announces the results of a positive NI 43-101 
compliant Feasibility Study ("FS") of its Houndé Gold Project, an open pit 
gold mine with an initial life of mine ("LOM") of over 8 years. The FS will 
be presented to the government of Burkina Faso as part of the on-going 
permitting process. 
(All amounts in US dollars unless otherwise indicated) 
Houndé FS Highlights, on a 100% basis, include: 


    --  Average annual production of 178,000 gold ozs per year over an
        8.1 year LOM, with total LOM production of 1.44 million ozs.
    --  An average gold recovery of 93.3% via a SAG/ball mill (SABC)
        grinding circuit followed by gravity/CIL plant capable of
        treating 3.0 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of ore (nameplate
        capacity: 9,000 tpd).
    --  Owner operated open pit mining and Proven and Probable reserve
        of 25 million tonnes with an average grade of 1.95 g/t Au.
    --  Initial start-up capital of $315 million (including working
        capital, import duties, and contingency). LOM sustaining
        capital of $62 million, and $26 million of rehabilitation and
        closure costs.
    --  Forecast LOM direct cash cost of $636/oz (excluding royalties)
        and all-in sustaining cost of $775/oz (including royalties and
        rehabilitation and closure).
    --  The project yields, on an after-tax basis:

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|      |         |At $1,300/oz|At $1,500/oz |
|      |         |            |             |
|      |         | Gold Price | Gold Price  |
|      |         |            |             |
|      |         |(Base Case) |(Sensitivity)|
|______|_________|____________|_____________|
|NPV 0%|$ million|      $364  |      $593   |
|______|_________|____________|_____________|
|NPV 5%|$ million|      $230  |      $408   |
|______|_________|____________|_____________|
|  IRR |     %   |     22.4%  |      33.4%  |
|______|_________|____________|_____________|

Neil Woodyer, CEO, stated

"Houndé is a strong gold project with potential to produce approximately 
180,000 ozs per year at an all-in sustaining cost of under $800 per ounce. 
At a $1,300 gold price, Houndé has an attractive after-tax IRR of 22% 
illustrating strong cash flow generation. The project also benefits from 
excellent infrastructure, our current Agbaou mine building expertise, and our 
Burkina Faso operating experience at Youga. While work continues on 
obtaining the Houndé mining permit, we are evaluating how best to integrate 
Houndé into Endeavour's production growth plans."

Management Conference Calls - November 13 and 14, 2013

Endeavour's Management previously scheduled two conference calls to discuss 
the Q3/2013 operating and financial results on November 13 and 14, 2013. 
During these calls, Management will also discuss highlights from the Houndé 
FS. Details for the conference calls can be found in a news release on 
November 4, 2013.

Houndé Project Ownership

Endeavour, through its 100% owned subsidiary Avion Gold (Burkina Faso) SARL, 
has a 100% interest in the approximately 1,000 square kilometre Houndé Gold 
Project, situated in the South-western region of Burkina Faso (see Figure 1). 
Ownership upon achieving production will be 90% by Endeavour and 10% by the 
government of Burkina Faso. All current mineral resources on the Houndé 
property lie within the Kari Nord and Kari Sud concessions and are subject to 
a Transfer and Claw-Back Option Agreement with African Barrick Gold plc 
("African Barrick"). The FS resources of 1.87 million ounces of Measured and 
Indicated and 0.13 million ounces of Inferred (see Table 1) are less than 3 
million ounces, therefore African Barrick does not have claw-back rights but 
retains a 2% NSR. This royalty has been included in the FS financial 
analysis.

Houndé FS Summary

The Houndé Project FS focuses on the Vindaloo group of deposits that are 
located approximately 250 km South-west of Ouagadougou, the capital city of 
Burkina Faso. The deposits are approximately 2.7 km from a paved highway and 
as close as 200 metres from a 225 kV power line that extends from Côte 
d'Ivoire through to Ouagadougou (see Figure 2). The nearby town of Houndé has 
a population of approximately 22,000. A rail line that extends to the port of 
Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire lies approximately 25 km west of the deposit area.

Lycopodium Minerals Pty Ltd. was the FS study lead consultant with a focus on 
study coordination, metallurgy, infrastructure design and process plant 
design. Cube Consulting completed an updated Mineral Resource estimate. Knight 
Piésold Pty. Ltd. carried out pit and site geotechnical reviews, completed a 
water balance study and designed the tailings storage facility, water harvest 
dam and the water storage dam along with mine site drainage control elements. 
Orelogy Group Pty Ltd completed the mine plan and Mineral Reserve.

Mine environmental and social impact assessments ("ESIA") were completed under 
the lead of Genivar Inc. with SOCREGE and INGRID collecting social and 
environmental data, respectively. INGRID also completed an additional 
environmental and social study on the project's water supply. Knight Piésold 
provided high level oversight over all of these studies.

Copies of the FS and ESIA will be presented to the government of Burkina Faso 
on November 7, 2013.

The Vindaloo zones are hosted by Proterozoic-age, Birimian Group, intensely 
sericite- and silica-altered mafic intrusions and similarly-altered, strongly 
foliated and altered intermediate to mafic volcaniclastics and occasionally 
sediments. The mineralization is often quartz stockwork-style and is weakly to 
moderately pyritic. The Vindaloo trend has been drill tested for a distance of 
approximately 7.7 kilometres along strike and up to 350 metres depth. The 
intrusion-hosted zones range up to 70 metres in true thickness and average 
close to 20 metres true thickness along a 1.2 km section of the zone called 
Vindaloo Main. Volcanic- and sediment-hosted zones are generally less than 5 m 
wide. The entire mineralized package strikes north-northeast and dips steeply 
to the west to vertical. The mineralization remains open both along strike and 
to depth.

During Q4/2012 and Q1/2013, Endeavour completed 40,534 metres of drilling in 
358 holes with a specific goal of upgrading the Inferred in-pit Mineral 
Resources to Indicated Mineral Resources and some Indicated Mineral Resources 
to Measured Mineral Resources. Endeavour's drilling in conjunction with 
previous drilling comprise a drill database of 751 core and RC holes totalling 
103,677 metres that supported the creation of an updated, in-pit Mineral 
Resources statement, which is summarized in Table 1.

Table 1: Houndé Mineral Resources(1) (Cube, 2013)

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|              |            |       |        |Contained|
|   Resource   | Weathering |Tonnage| Grade  |         |
|              |            |       |        |  Gold   |
|Classification|    Zone    |  Mt   |  g/t Au|         |
|              |            |       |        |  (koz)  |
|______________|____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |  Saprolite |  0.45 |   2.08 |     30  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |Transitional|  1.56 |   2.64 |    133  |
|    Measured  |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Fresh  |  1.74 |   2.51 |    140  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Total  |  3.75 |   2.51 |    303  |
|______________|____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |  Saprolite |  1.64 |   1.45 |     77  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |Transitional|  1.40 |   1.93 |     87  |
|   Indicated  |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Fresh  | 22.62 |   1.94 |   1,407 |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Total  | 25.66 |   1.90 |   1,571 |
|______________|____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |  Saprolite |  2.09 |   1.59 |    107  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|   Measured & |Transitional|  2.96 |   2.31 |    220  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|   Indicated  |     Fresh  | 24.36 |   1.98 |   1,547 |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Total  | 29.41 |   1.98 |   1,874 |
|______________|____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |  Saprolite |  0.28 |   1.40 |     13  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |Transitional|  0.29 |   1.60 |     15  |
|    Inferred  |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Fresh  |  1.27 |   2.57 |    105  |
|              |____________|_______|________|_________|
|              |     Total  |  1.84 |   2.24 |    133  |
|______________|____________|_______|________|_________|

Note: Mineral Resources are constrained by a pit shell at $1,600/oz
and are reported at a cut-off grade of 0.35 g/t Au

The FS considered the owner operated development of five open pits in the 
Vindaloo and Madras NW zones over an 8.1 year time period, including 3 months 
of pre-strip. The Vindaloo pits would mine a series of closely spaced gold 
zones along an approximate 4.8 km strike length. The Madras NW pits would be 
mined along an approximately 900 metres long zone and would only mine 
saprolite and transition mineralization.

Diluted Proven and Probable Mineral Reserves total 24.64 million tonnes 
grading 1.95 g/t Au totalling 1.55 million ounces (see Table 3), reported at a 
range of cut-off grades from 0.35 g/t Au to 0.62 g/t Au depending on the zone 
and oxidation type. In addition, 660,000 tonnes of Inferred Mineral Resources 
grading 1.61 g/t Au lie within the pit envelope. However, only Measured and 
Indicated Mineral Resources were considered in the mine design and production 
schedule. The key FS parameters are summarized in Table 2 and the Mineral 
Reserves are summarized in Table 3.

Table 2: FS Parameters

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|Item                        |      Unit  |         FS   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|Revenue, Smelting & Refining|            |              |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Gold Price                 |    US$/oz  |      $1,300  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Payable Metal              |      %Au   |      99.95%  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Refining/Transport         |    US$/oz  |      $3.35   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Royalties @ 4% of NSR      |    US$/oz  |      $51.84  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Royalties @ 2% of NSR      |    US$/oz  |      $25.92  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|                            |    US$/oz  |   $1,218.24  |
| Net Gold Price             |____________|______________|
|                            |     US$/g  |      $39.17  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|OPEX Estimates              |            |              |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Average Mining Cost        |  US$/mined |      $2.03   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Strip Ratio                |      t:t   |       8.48   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| OP Mining Cost             |US$/t milled|      $19.25  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Processing Cost            |US$/t milled|      $14.31  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| G&A                        |US$/t milled|      $3.53   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Total OPEX                 |US$/t milled|      $37.09  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|Process and Mining Losses   |            |              |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Process Recovery           |   Variable |92.4% to 95.4%|
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Dilution / Ore Loss        |        %   |  6.5% / 5.2% |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|Geotechnical Parameters     |            |              |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Slope Angles (overall)     |            |              |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Saprolite                  |   degrees  |    28 to 41  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Transition                 |   degrees  |    38 to 43  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
| Fresh                      |   degrees  |    43 to 50  |
|____________________________|____________|______________|
|Mill Throughput             |      Mtpa  |        3.0   |
|____________________________|____________|______________|

Table 3: FS Mineral Reserves by Classification and by Rock Type (Orelogy, 2013)

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|                      Mineral Reserves by Classification        |
|________________________________________________________________|
|              |                 Ore      | Waste |     | Total  |
|              |                          |       |     |Material|
|______________|__________________________|_______|_____|________|
|              |       |        |Contained|       |     |        |
|   Reserve    |Tonnage|  Grade |         |Tonnage|Strip|Tonnage |
|              |       |        |  Gold   |       |Ratio|        |
|Classification|_______|________|_________|_______|     |________|
|              |   Mt  |Au (g/t)|    Moz  |   Mt  |     |    Mt  |
|______________|_______|________|_________|_______|_____|________|
|      Proven  |   3.8 |   2.43 |   0.30  |       |     |        |
|______________|_______|________|_________|       |     |        |
|    Probable  |  20.9 |   1.87 |   1.25  | 209.0 |8.48 |  233.6 |
|______________|_______|________|_________|       |     |        |
|      Total   |  24.6 |   1.95 |   1.55  |       |     |        |
|______________|_______|________|_________|_______|_____|________|

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|                             Mineral Reserves by Rock Type          |
|____________________________________________________________________|
|          |                 Ore      | Waste |           |  Total   |
|          |                          |       |           | Material |
|__________|__________________________|_______|___________|__________|
|          |       |        |Contained|       |           |          |
|          |Tonnage|  Grade |         |Tonnage|           |  Tonnage |
|          |       |        |  Gold   |       |Strip Ratio|          |
|__________|_______|________|_________|_______|           |__________|
|Rock-Type |   Mt  |Au (g/t)|    Moz  |   Mt  |           |      Mt  |
|__________|_______|________|_________|_______|___________|__________|
|Saprolite |   1.9 |   1.52 |   0.09  |       |           |          |
|__________|_______|________|_________|       |           |          |
|Transition|   2.8 |   2.25 |   0.20  |       |           |          |
|__________|_______|________|_________| 209.0 |     8.48  |233.612014|
|   Fresh  |  20.0 |   1.96 |   1.25  |       |           |          |
|__________|_______|________|_________|       |           |          |
|   Total  |  24.6 |   1.95 |   1.55  |       |           |          |
|__________|_______|________|_________|_______|___________|__________|

Studies of 22 metallurgical samples from the Vindaloo and Madras NW zones 
indicated average assumed mill recoveries of 93.37%. Recoveries of 93.5% for 
the Vindaloo Main zone fresh mineralization were achieved by fine grinding of 
gravity concentrates to 80% passing 10 micron from an initial grind of 80% 
passing 90 micron. More than 70% of the gold is contained in a 2.5% mass pull 
gravity concentrate. The processing plant consists of a 3.0 million tonne 
per year primary crushing with SABC milling circuit to feed a gravity / CIL 
plant. Ground ore will feed continuous centrifugal gravity concentrators to 
recover free and occluded gold in heavy particles (pyrite) to the gravity 
concentrate. This concentrate will be reground and will feed a concentrate 
leach circuit. The gravity concentration tails will be thickened and feed a 
standard CIL circuit, with leach tails passing into a cyanide destruction 
process before being pumped to tailings storage. Average production of 
178,000 ozs/year over a period of 8.1 years is anticipated with a high of 
215,300 ozs in year 2 and low of 136,900 ozs in year 7.

Table 4: Houndé LOM Production Profile
                                                                                     
           Year    -1     1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8     9   Total

Mining                                                                                     

Ore Mined    kt   146   3,264  3,064  3,003  3,301  2,501  3,001  3,201 3,102    63  24,644

Grade       g/t  1.77    2.07   2.32   2.08   1.89   2.39   1.86   1.49  1.67  1.35    1.95
            Au

Waste        kt  3,077 29,407 31,168 28,145 38,328 36,200 20,087 17,593 4,938    26 208,968
Mined

Total        kt  3,223 32,670 34,232 31,148 41,629 38,701 23,087 20,793 8,040    88 233,612
Mined

Strip      Ratio 21.1     9.0   10.2    9.4   11.6   14.5    6.7    5.5   1.6   0.4     8.5
Ratio
                                                                                           

Processing                                                                                 

Saprolite    kt           773    207     13      0     21      0    732   135    46   1,928

Grade       g/t          1.85   2.48   2.42   0.00   2.21   0.00   0.97  1.07  1.06    1.52
            Au

Transition   kt           941  1,053    174      0    204      0    142    52   199   2,765

Grade       g/t          2.01   2.64   2.56   0.00   2.54   0.00   2.06  1.14  1.17    2.25
            Au

Fresh        kt         1,419  1,843  2,813  3,000  2,775  3,000  2,194 2,813    95  19,951

Grade        kt          2.13   2.10   2.08   1.87   2.33   1.86   1.63  1.75  1.50    1.96

Total Ore    kt         3,133  3,103  3,000  3,000  3,000  3,000  3,069 3,000   340  24,644

Grade       g/t          2.03   2.31   2.11   1.87   2.35   1.86   1.49  1.71  1.25    1.95
            Au

Contained  k ozs        204.0  230.2  203.3  180.2  226.2  179.3  147.1 164.8  13.6 1,548.7
Gold

Recovery      %         93.8%  93.6%  93.4%  93.5%  93.3%  93.6%  93.1% 92.8% 87.7%   93.3%

Recovered  k ozs        191.3  215.3  189.9  168.4  211.1  167.8  136.9 152.9  11.9 1,445.5
Gold

Notes: Stockpiling strategies for various mineralization types will cause 
slight annual variations compared to this high-level summary. A further 
payables factor of 99.5% has been applied to gold production for preliminary 
economic modelling.

The tailings storage facility is located 4 km west of the plant in a natural 
valley. Studies indicate that the tailings storage does not need to be lined 
as the near-surface, clay-rich substrate would limit migration of tailings 
fluids away from the site. Decant fluids, though, are not suitable for release 
to the environment and will be pumped back to the plant. An impact assessment, 
including a dam break scenario, indicates a high consequence in the event of a 
wall failure and the tailings embankments were designed to reduce this risk. 
Closure will require covering the surface with 0.8 metres of broken rock and 
saprolite. The facility has the potential to hold up to 100% more than is 
currently designed.

A water balance study indicated that a water harvest dam and separate water 
storage dam having combined storage of just over 3 million cubic metres would 
easily fill in one wet season and would contain sufficient water for plant 
operations demand during a 1:100 year dry season. Camp water would be sourced 
from nearby wells.

Power for the processing plant will come from the adjacent 225 kV power line 
that extends from Côte d'Ivoire to Ouagadougou. Sonabel, the state power 
entity, have agreed, in principle, to sell power to the project; however, the 
terms and conditions of this sale have not been defined.

Project staff will include approximately 470 people, not including catering 
and cleaning staff and miscellaneous contractors with 41 international and 
African expatriates and 430 Burkinabe employees. A camp to house 130 senior 
staff will be installed with the remaining employees living in the nearby 
communities.

The ESIA, which has a goal of being IFC compliant, outlines Endeavour's 
responsibilities to the well-being of the people and the environment during 
the development, operation and closure of the Houndé gold project. The 
project will require the acquisition of 2,096 ha of land. Several major land 
owners own the bulk of the land, however, numerous subsistence farmers rent 
portions of the land from the land owners. Compensation mechanisms for the 
land, buildings, trees and crops are part of the ongoing permitting process. 
Typical concerns, as a result of the project development include changes to 
quality of life, loss of livelihood, environmental degradation, potential for 
jobs, potential health issues, increase in traffic etc. Permitting is expected 
to take between six to nine months to complete.

Houndé Capital Cost Estimate and Financial Summary

The total estimated cost to bring the Houndé Gold Project into production is 
$315 million, inclusive of contingency, working capital, and import duties, as 
summarized in Table 5. The FS shows that the Houndé Project generates the 
financial results shown in Table 6.

Table 5: Houndé Capital Cost Estimate
                                            
                 Houndé Capital Cost       US$ Million 

 Mining Equipment                                69.8

 Mine Pre-Production Stripping                   5.4

 Process Plant                                   78.7

 Reagents and Plant Services                     7.7

 Tailings Storage Facility                       5.6

 High Voltage Power Line                         13.1

 Infrastructure (Water, Roads, Buildings)        16.5

 Construction Indirects                          14.9

 EPCM                                            20.3

 Owner Project Costs                             23.1

 Owner Costs (Land, Light Vehicles, Other)       16.7

Sub-Total                                       271.9

 Working Capital                                 15.1

 Import Duties                                   4.5

Sub-Total                                       291.5

 Contingency                                     23.4

Grand Total                                     314.9

Table 6: Houndé FS Financial Results

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|                      |         |  At $1,300/oz   |At $1,500/oz |
|                      |         |                 |             |
|                      |         |      Gold       | Gold Price  |
|                      |         |                 |             |
|                      |         |Price (Base Case)|(Sensitivity)|
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|Pre-Tax               |         |                 |             |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|            NPV 0%    |$ million|         $449    |      $721   |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|            NPV 5%    |$ million|         $293    |      $504   |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|              IRR     |         |         26.0%   |      38.3%  |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|After-Tax             |         |                 |             |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|            NPV 0%    |$ million|         $364    |      $593   |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|            NPV 5%    |$ million|         $230    |      $408   |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|              IRR     |         |         22.4%   |      33.4%  |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
| Cash Cost excluding. |         |         $636    |      $636   |
|      Royalties       |   $/oz  |                 |             |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|  Cash Cost including |         |         $714    |      $726   |
|       Royalties      |   $/oz  |                 |             |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|All-in Sustaining Cost|   $/oz  |         $775    |      $787   |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|
|   Life of Mine Gold  |         |         1,445   |      1,445  |
|       Production     |    koz  |                 |             |
|______________________|_________|_________________|_____________|

Project Schedule

The project permitting process has been started and is anticipated to take 6 
to 9 months. Engineering, procurement and construction is estimated at 21 
months from Board approval to first gold.

Updated Technical Report

An updated NI 43-101 compliant Technical Report on the Houndé Gold Project 
will be filed on www.sedar.com within 45 days of this news release.

Qualified Persons

The FS will be authored by the independent Qualified Persons, with the 
exception of Mr. Don Dudek who is employed by Endeavour, who have verified the 
data in this news release.

Mark Zammit, BSc(Hons),          Principal Consultant Geologist, Cube
GradCertGeostat MAIG             Consulting

Ross Malcolm Cheyne, BE          Director/Principal Consultant,
(FAusIMM)                        ORELOGY Group Pty Ltd

Michael Warren BSc, MSc Eng,     Study Manager, Lycopodium Minerals
MIEAust, CPEng (ret)             Pty Ltd

David Morgan BSc, MSc, CPEng,    Managing Director, Knight Piésold
AUSIMM                           Pty Ltd

Peter O'Bryan BE (Mining) MEngSc Geotechnical Engineer, Peter O'Bryan
MAusIMM (CP)                     and Associates

Don Dudek, P.Geo                 Senior Vice President - Technical
                                 Services, Endeavour Mining
                                 Corporation

Mr. Dudek, P.Geo, is a Qualified Person within the definition of that term in 
NI 43-101 and has supervised the preparation of the technical information 
contained in this news release.

About Endeavour Mining Corporation

Endeavour is a gold producer delivering growth. Endeavour owns three gold 
mines producing more than 300,000 ounces per year in Mali, Ghana and Burkina 
Faso. Endeavour's annual gold production is forecast to exceed 400,000 
ounces per year during 2014, including the start-up of production at the 
Agbaou Gold Mine in Cote d'Ivoire scheduled for Q1 2014. In addition, in 
November 2013 a Feasibility Study for the Houndé Project in Burkina Faso was 
completed showing potential for approximately 180,000 ozs per year over 8 
years.

Endeavour Mining Corporation is listed on the TSX (symbol EDV) and ASX (symbol 
EVR), and also trades on the OTCQX (symbol EDVMF).

On behalf of Endeavour Mining Corporation

Neil Woodyer
Chief Executive Officer

(1)Mineral resources which are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated 
economic viability. The estimate of mineral resources may be materially 
affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, 
socio-political, marketing, or other relevant issues. The quantity and grade 
of reported Inferred resources in this estimation are uncertain in nature and 
there has been insufficient exploration to define these Inferred resources as 
an Indicated or Measured mineral resource and it is uncertain if further 
exploration will result in upgrading them to an Indicated or Measured mineral 
resource category.

This news release contains "forward-looking statements" including but not 
limited to, statements with respect to Endeavour's plans and operating 
performance, the estimation of mineral reserves and resources, the timing and 
amount of estimated future production, costs of future production, future 
capital expenditures, and the success of exploration activities. Generally, 
these forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of 
forward-looking terminology such as "expects", "expected", "budgeted", 
"forecasts" and "anticipates". Forward-looking statements, while based on 
management's best estimates and assumptions, are subject to risks and 
uncertainties that may cause actual results to be materially different from 
those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements, including but 
not limited to: risks related to the successful integration of acquisitions; 
risks related to international operations; risks related to general economic 
conditions and credit availability, actual results of current exploration 
activities, unanticipated reclamation expenses; changes in project parameters 
as plans continue to be refined; fluctuations in prices of metals including 
gold; fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates, increases in market 
prices of mining consumables, possible variations in ore reserves, grade or 
recovery rates; failure of plant, equipment or processes to operate as 
anticipated; accidents, labour disputes, title disputes, claims and 
limitations on insurance coverage and other risks of the mining industry; 
delays in the completion of development or construction activities, changes in 
national and local government regulation of mining operations, tax rules and 
regulations, and political and economic developments in countries in which 
Endeavour operates. Although Endeavour has attempted to identify important 
factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those 
contained in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause 
results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no 
assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results 
and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such 
statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on 
forward-looking statements. Please refer to Endeavour's most recent Annual 
Information Form filed under its profile at www.sedar.com for further 
information respecting the risks affecting Endeavour and its business.





SOURCE  Endeavour Mining Corporation 
Doug Reddy Senior Vice President - Business Development 
+1 604 609 6114 dreddy@endeavourmining.com  UK/Europe: Bobby Morse Buchanan 
+44 20 7466 5000 bobbym@buchanan.uk.com 
Endeavour Mining Corporation Regatta Office Park Windward 3, Suite 240, PO Box 
1793 West Bay Road, Grand Cayman KY1-1109, Cayman Islands  Tel: +1 345 946 
7603 Fax: +1 345 946 7604  www.endeavourmining.com 
Image with caption: "Figure 1:Houndé Project Location Map, including 
Endeavour's Youga Gold Mine (CNW Group/Endeavour Mining Corporation)". Image 
available at:  
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Image with caption: "Figure 2: Houndé FS General Site Layout - Mine, Waste 
Dumps, and Plant Location (CNW Group/Endeavour Mining Corporation)". Image 
available at:  
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