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mason graphite inc (LLG) Details

Mason Graphite Inc., a mining company, explores for and evaluates mineral properties in Canada. It owns 100% interest in the Lac Guéret graphite property covering 11,630.34 hectares located in the Côte-Nord region in northeastern Québec. The company is headquartered in Laval, Canada.

mason graphite inc (LLG) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: C$300.0K
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: C$216.0K
Executive Vice President of Process Developme...
Total Annual Compensation: C$180.0K
Vice President of Corporate Development
Total Annual Compensation: C$120.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

mason graphite inc (LLG) Key Developments

Mason Graphite Inc. Initiates Detailed Study for Large Scale Processing of Value-Added Graphite Products

Mason Graphite Inc. announced that it has initiated a detailed study for large scale processing of value-added graphite products. Value-added processing includes micronization, additional purification, spheronization and coating, resulting in graphite products that are suitable for a wide range of electrochemical applications (including alkaline batteries, lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells), technical applications (including carbon brushes, brake linings, plastics and lubricants), and other specialized uses. The development and validation of the fabrication processes for these graphite products will be carried out by the National Research Council of Canada ('NRC') along with Hatch, and is expected to conclude by the end of 2015. Following initial scoping work, equipment trials and product testing, the Company intends to provide preliminary results and an updated work program by mid-2015. The NRC is the Government of Canada's premier research and technology organization. Hatch is an engineering firm located in Montreal which is already working closely with Mason Graphite on the development of the Lac Guéret Graphite Project.

Mason Graphite Inc. Provides Update on Status of Feasibility Study, Environmental & Social Impact Assessment and Pilot Program

Mason Graphite Inc. announced that it has partnered with for the completion of the Feasibility Study and Environmental & Social Impact Assessment ("ESIA") for its Lac Guéret graphite project in northeastern Quebec. The Company has retained Met-Chem, Soutex, Hatch and Gesmine Inc. for the completion of the Feasibility Study. Hatch has also been selected to manage the ESIA. The Feasibility Study and the ESIA are being conducted in parallel, and are expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2015. The details of the work allocation for the Feasibility Study and ESIA are as follows: Met-Chem, has been selected for the mining related components of the Feasibility Study. Met-Chem formerly worked with Mason Graphite on the Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Lac Guéret project; Soutex has been selected for the processing related components of the Feasibility Study. Soutex has been involved with the Company since April 2014 with metallurgical studies and more recently with the pilot program. Hatch has been selected to oversee several parts of the Feasibility Study, including: industrialization of the operation, infrastructure and execution plan as well as the management of the ESIA. Hatch was involved in the recently announced trade-off study for the Lac Guéret project, as well as other peripheral studies. Gesmine Inc. has been selected for the economic analysis of the Feasibility Study. The pilot plant conducted at COREM's research facility in Quebec City, announced on October 21, 2014, was completed in December. Initially intended as a six week program, the Company decided to extend it to further improve certain aspects of the flowsheet design, and to test technologies that were not initially considered. A number of samples were obtained from the 60 tonne bulk sample at the pilot plant, including some process samples (pulps, solids, concentrates, rejects, discharges, inputs and outputs in the stages of liberation and recovery), as well as samples of finished product. The process samples will be analyzed for, among others, particle size distribution, chemistry, mineralogy and the results will be used to further advance the understanding of the process flowsheet and the interactions between each step. The Company expects the sample analyses to be completed early in 2015. Depending on the results, additional tests may be conducted to further optimize components of the flowsheet. Process samples are scheduled to be sent to equipment manufacturers for testing. These test results will be used for technology selection and equipment sizing for the completion of the Feasibility Study. Process samples will also be used for environmental purposes. Finished product samples will be sent to select potential end users for technical and commercial evaluations.

Mason Graphite Inc. Announces Completion of Updated Mineral Resource Estimate for Lac Guéret Graphite Project in Northeastern Quebec

Mason Graphite Inc. announced the completion of an updated mineral resource estimate for its 100%-owned Lac Guéret graphite project in northeastern Quebec. Measured and Indicated mineral resources increased 31% from 50 million tonnes ("Mt") to 65.7 Mt; grade also increased from 15.6% Cg to 17.2% Cg at 5% COG; Mineral resources in the Measured category increased 323% from 4.5 Mt to 19.1 Mt; with grade also increasing from 15.5% Cg to 17.9% Cg at 5% COG; and The high grade mineral resources in the M&I category ncreased 45% from 6.7 Mt to 9.7 Mt, with an average grade of 31.2% Cg using a COG of 25%. The updated mineral resource estimate was carried out by Goldminds Geoservices and Roche Ltd. using 25,956 carbon graphite (Cg) assays obtained from 283 diamond drill holes (43,324 metres) and 4 trenches (987 metres). Mineral Resource Estimation Methodology: The updated mineral resource estimate is based on geological observations and geochemical data modeling: Unit 1 is defined by a content of 5-10% Cg; Unit 2 by 10-25% Cg; and Unit 3 by 25% Cg or more. Waste has less than 5% Cg. Drill holes, cross sections, and plan views were interpreted to construct three-dimensional wireframe models using the geochemical analyses and geological descriptive logs with a nominal cut-off of 5% Cg under Genesis software. No capping value was applied to the assays. Assay intervals were composited to 3 meter lengths from the raw Cg assay values and grades were estimated using the inverse distance method. For the grade estimation, variable direction search ellipsoids following the structural folding trends were used. Anisotropy was interpreted in semi variogram and set to 60 meters along the x axis, 40 meters along the y and 15 meters along the z axis. The block model was defined by un-rotated blocks of 3 meters long by 3 meters wide by 3 meters thick sited in 401 columns, 468 rows and 134 levels and covers a strike length of roughly 1,800 meters to a maximal depth of 356 meters below the high surface point. A fixed density of 2.9 g/cm3 was applied to calculation. Mineral resources were classified as Measured, Indicated or Inferred based on information spacing and the confidence of the geological continuity of the mineralization in accordance with the CIM guidelines and established with the use of a maximum of ten composites per block and a maximum of two composites per drill hole. The Measured resources required a minimum of eight composites per block within an ellipsoid of 40 m x 40 m x 15 m. The Indicated resources required a minimum of four composites per block within an ellipsoid of 60 m x 60 m x 15 m. The Inferred resources required a minimum of two composites per block within a sphere of 120 m radius.


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