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Last C$0.36 CAD
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peregrine diamonds ltd (PGD) Details

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. operates as a diamond exploration and development company in Canada. Its principal exploration properties include the Chidliak project comprising 745 mineral claims with a total area of 747,793 hectares located on Baffin Island in Nunavut; and the Lac de Gras project consists of 12 mining leases covering 8,493 hectares located in the Northwest Territories. The company was formerly known as Kettle Point Resources Ltd. and changed its name to Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. in April 2003. Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. was incorporated in 2002 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2002

peregrine diamonds ltd (PGD) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and President
Total Annual Compensation: C$270.0K
Founder, Executive Chairman and Member of Dis...
Total Annual Compensation: C$233.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Disclos...
Total Annual Compensation: C$183.3K
Chief Executive Officer of Peregrine Explorat...
Total Annual Compensation: C$225.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

peregrine diamonds ltd (PGD) Key Developments

Peregrine Provides Update on 2015 Diamond Resource Development Program

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. provided an update on its 100% owned Chidliak diamond project. Chidliak is located 120 kilometres northeast of Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, Canada. The planned objective of Peregrine's 2015 Diamond Resource Development program is to confirm the grade estimates and provide representative diamond parcels for the valuation of diamonds recovered from the CH-6, CH-7 and CH-44 kimberlite pipes. Kimberlites bulk sampled in the 2015 program will be included in a planned 2016 Preliminary Economic Assessment on a potential Phase 1 diamond mine development at Chidliak.

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. Provides Update on 2015 Diamond Resource Development Program

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. provided an update on its 100% owned Chidliak diamond project. Chidliak is located 120 kilometres northeast of Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, Canada. The planned objective of Peregrine's 2015 Diamond Resource Development program is to confirm the grade estimates and provide representative diamond parcels to enable valuation of diamonds recovered from the CH-6, CH-7 and CH-44 kimberlite pipes. Kimberlites bulk sampled in the 2015 program will be included in a planned 2016 Preliminary Economic Assessment on a potential Phase 1 diamond mine development at Chidliak. The 2015 bulk sample program plans for the collection of bulk samples from the CH-6, CH-7 and CH-44 kimberlites by large diameter RC drilling (up to 26 inch/66 cm diameter). The work is designed to confirm continuity of diamond grade throughout the kimberlite bodies and obtain parcels of diamonds for valuation. If results warrant, Peregrine would prepare maiden resource statements for CH-7 and CH-44 and update the CH-6 resource. Mobilisation of the bulk sample equipment into the Chidliak site from Iqaluit was completed on March 8, 2015 using an overland trail and Hercules transport aircraft. Drilling has commenced on the first of six holes planned for the CH-7 kimberlite. This first hole has a planned total depth of 220 metres and is the first of three holes planned to provide grade confirmation and representative diamonds for the KIM-2 unit of the CH-7 kimberlite.

Peregrine Identifies New Zone with High Diamond Counts at Chidliak CH-7 Kimberlite Pipe

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. reported the final caustic fusion diamond results from the 2014 Diamond Resource Development Program at Peregrine's 100% owned Chidliak diamond project in Nunavut, Canada. Caustic fusion analyses were performed on representative drill core from the CH-6, CH-7, CH-44 and CH-46 kimberlite pipes by the Saskatchewan Research Council Geoanalytical Laboratories. These four pipes lie within the Southern Priority Area, an area approximately eight kilometres in diameter that contains seven of the eight kimberlite pipes that Peregrine has been focused on since 2012. Results have identified a new geologic domain within CH-7 that contains some of the high total diamond counts defined to date at Chidliak. In addition, new results from CH-6 have further confirmed that the previously known coarse diamond distribution extends to depth in the expanded Inferred Mineral Resource. Finally, the latest results from CH-44 have extended the known coarse diamond distribution to 210 metres vertical depth. The 2014 Diamond Resource Development Program drilling at CH-6 was comprised of 1,183 metres in five core holes focused on expanding the CH-6 Inferred Resource. KIM-L is the dominant geological domain within CH-6 and was sampled during the 2013 bulk sample program reported on January 16, 2014. The current CH-6 Inferred Resource of 8.57 million carats is composed entirely of KIM-L. The results reported here are consistent with previously reported caustic fusion data from CH-6 and provide further confirmation that the high diamond grades established by surface trenching in 2013 and by Dense Media Separation testing of drill cores in 2010 continue throughout the pipe and to depth. The 2014 Diamond Resource Development Program drilling at CH-7 was comprised of 1,128 metres in seven core holes. The 2014 and prior drilling data now underpin a new CH-7 kimberlite pipe model with five geological domains, labelled KIM-1 through KIM-5. The 2014 Diamond Resource Development Program drilling at CH-44 was comprised of 994 metres in six core holes. The caustic fusion result for a sample of the dominant geological domain at CH-44 collected from a depth interval of 154-210 metres is listed in Table 3. The result is consistent with previously reported caustic fusion data for 535 kg of material taken from the same major geological domain at a shallower depth (5-104 metres). It is also similar to caustic fusion data corresponding to the 1.04 cpt grade benchmark for domain KIM-1 at CH-7.

 

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