Autumn fall colors in mountain tundra of Tombstone Territorial Park near Dempster Highway

Moosehorn Gold Project, CANADA

The project is a Canadian based exploration target in the highly regarded Tintina Gold Belt which runs  from Alaska to the Yukon region of Northern Canada, with projected gold production from both placer and hard rock sources. Moosehorn has a NI 43-101 confirmed resource of 39,040 oz au.

The project has been acquired and is 100% owned by Brookmount Gold.

•  30 miles from the Alaska Highway

•  Three usable airstrips in the area

•  Excellent access on the property

•  Comprehensive  Exploration start up infrastructure

•  Heavy equipment 

•  Fuel 37,500 gallons diesel

•  Good water source

•  234 quartz mineral claims (~4300 hectares)

•  Numerous gold mineralized drill ready targets

• Similar geological setting as the nearby Coffee Creek deposit (1.8 million ounces) and the Pogo Mine (4.6 million ounces) and Fort Knox mine (2.0 million ounces)

• Exploration permit and water license are in place


Talawaan Gold Project, INDONESIA

The Talawaan project comprises of 50 hectare reserve and onsite processing facility located in a high grade volcanic hosted sediment body in the district of Talawaan, adjacent to the airport at Manado, regional capital. This facility, which has been in operation for over 10 years,was recently renovated and upgraded and comprises over 50 ball mills (ore crushers), 5 high capacity floatation tanks, tailing ponds and off site smelting operations. Ore is excavated at shallow depth, from strategic locations on the property based on existing ore distribution data as well as onsite drill tests. The facility also processes ore from 3rd party mining.               .

Land Mining

Manado Gold Project, INDONESIA

The Manado project is operating in an area of approximately 18 hectares of high grade  volcanic ore body in a rich mineralisation area about 3 hours west of Manado. The Company, through its Taiwanese joint venture partner, has constructed state of the art heap leaching facilities on this site, together with tailing ponds, carbon filtration unit, power generation and plumbing facilities, water storage, worker accommodation and office facilities. Under the joint venture agreement, the Taiwanese partner  assumes full responsibility for costs of building and operating leachpad facilities. Net revenue from production is shared between the parties on a 30/70 basis. To date 2 leachpads  (and associated infrastructure) have been constructed with total processing capacity of 42,000 tonnes of ore. Initial processing took place in February 2020, producing approximately 280 oz. of au.