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kennady diamonds inc (KDI) Snapshot

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52 Week High
08/28/14 - C$8.18
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Market Cap
83.4M
Average Volume 10 Days
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C$-0.65
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kennady diamonds inc (KDI) Details

Kennady Diamonds Inc. is engaged in the discovery, exploration, and development of diamond properties in Canada. It owns a 100% interest in the Kennady North diamond project that comprises 16 federal leases and 58 mineral claims covering an area of approximately 61,000 hectares located in the north-east of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. As of July 06, 2012, Kennady Diamonds Inc. operates independently of Mountain Province Diamonds Inc.

Founded in 2012

kennady diamonds inc (KDI) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: C$20.0K
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Fi...
Total Annual Compensation: C$35.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

kennady diamonds inc (KDI) Key Developments

Kennady Diamonds Inc. Intersects Kimberlite at Faraday

Kennady Diamonds Inc. announce that kimberlite has been intersected over approx. 32 meters in the first of fourteen drill holes planned for the Faraday Spring delineation drill program. kimberlite intersect at Faraday 2 where drilling in the winter of 2014 resulted in the discovery of a shallow kimberlite 'blow' or small pipe-like body. Recently completed ground geophysics at Faraday has identified anomalies comparable in size to the main Kelvin kimberlite. Up to the end of 2014 Kennady Diamonds had recovered approx. 1 tonne of kimberlite from Faraday by drilling. Processing of the Faraday core samples by caustic fusion at the Geoanalytical Laboratories Diamond Services of the Saskatchewan Research Council yielded 4.76 carats greater than 0.85 mm with a resultant 'commercial' sample grade of 4.54 carats per tonne.

Kennady Diamonds Intersects 80 Meters of Kimberlite at Kelvin

Kennady Diamonds Inc. announced that kimberlite has been intersected over approximately 80 meters in the latest Kelvin delineation drill hole KDI-15HQ-002, a vertical (minus 90 degree) hole drilled approximately 50 meters to the NW of drill hole KDI-HQ14-033a. The company also announced that the bulk sampling of the Kelvin kimberlite has commenced using two large-diameter reverse circulation drill rigs. The company plans to recover a 500 to 700 tonne bulk sample, which is expected to result in the recovery of diamonds weighing more than 1,200 carats. This diamond parcel will be used for revenue modeling of the Kelvin kimberlite. Up to the end of 2014 Kennady Diamonds had recovered a total of 53.15 tonnes of kimberlite from Kelvin by drilling. Processing by dense media separation and caustic fusion methods yielded 124.90 carats greater than 0.85 mm. The diamond recovered from that sample weighed 2.48 carats.

Kennady Diamonds Intercepts Kimberlite at Kelvin

Kennady Diamonds Inc. announced that the latest Kelvin delineation drill hole (KDI-15-001HQ) intersected kimberlite approx. 40 meters to the NNW of drill hole KDI-HQ14-033a, the last -90 degree (vertical) Kelvin delineation hole, where kimberlite was intersected over approx. 194 meters. Preparations are also underway to recover a 500 to 700 tonne bulk sample from the Kelvin kimberlite by large diameter drilling while the company continue delineation drilling at the Kelvin and Faraday kimberlites. It is expected that diamonds weighing more than 1,200 carats will be recovered from the bulk sample, which will be used for revenue modeling of the Kelvin kimberlite. The company also look forward to commencing exploration drilling at the diamond-bearing MZ and Doyle kimberlites as well as a number of new exploration targets. Up to the end of 2014 Kennady Diamonds had recovered a total of 53.15 tonnes of kimberlite from Kelvin by drilling. Processing by dense media separation and caustic fusion methods yielded 124.90 carats greater than 0.85mm. The diamond recovered from that sample weighed 2.48 carats.

 

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