Critical Q & A With Kenorland Minerals CEO Zach Flood


After Kenorland Minerals introduced its newest batch of drill outcomes, the Crucial Investor took the chance to do an in depth interview with CEO Zach Flood to debate outcomes, applications, technique, and initiatives for 2022.

After finishing their newest 17,792 meter 2021 summer season drill program at their Regnault goal, a part of their Frotet challenge in Quebec, Kenorland Minerals Ltd. (KLD:TSX.V; 3WQO:FSE) introduced a big batch of outcomes late December final yr from the primary 32 holes (9,824 meters), with assays from the final 25 holes remaining as soon as acquired again from the labs and interpreted correctly. As nearly all holes hit mineralization, and highlights had been spectacular as soon as extra, Chief Govt Officer Zach Flood and Vice President of Exploration Francis McDonald had been very happy with the outcomes up to now, because the outcomes confirmed their exploration technique. As developments and gold constructions are shaping up now extra clearly, it appeared the appropriate second to do an in-depth interview with Flood about Regnault, whereas progress at their different initiatives will likely be mentioned as nicely.

Let’s have a fast take a look at the most recent outcomes first. Absolutely the spotlight was gap 21RDD056A, drilled alongside the R1 Pattern which intercepted 15.4 meters at 17.96 g/t Au (276.6 g*m, together with 7.2 meters at 36.29 g/t Au). Different sturdy R1 outcomes had been offered by gap 21RDD060 (3 meters at 32.21 g/t Au) and gap 21RDD074 (3.45 meters at 17.53 g/t Au, incl. 0.5 meters at 114.6 g/t Au).

Drilling alongside the R2 Pattern extra to the south additionally returned strong outcomes, for instance at R2 West, gap 21RDD077 resulted in 2.73 meters at 15.34 g/t and seven.5 meters at 3.06 g/t Au. Gap 21RDD082A returned 1.6 meters at 28.34 g/t Au, 1.23 meters at 13.9 g/t Au, 1.19 meters at 14.12 g/t Au, and a pair of.81 meters at 5.81 g/t Au. At R2 East, gap 21RDD054 generated 1 meter at 26.33 g/t Au, and gap 21RDD063 returned 22 meters at 0.73 g/t Au. These are good highlights, because the dip of most holes is about -45 levels, so most intercepts must be divided at most by 1.4, assuming nearly vertical gold constructions a minimum of. McDonald had this to touch upon this assumption: “R1 is dipping roughly 70* to the north and R2 is dipping shallowly to the north at roughly 15* or so.” So, doubtless the intercepts don’t must be divided by 1.4 however a lot much less, which is optimistic for potential mineralization after all.

The purpose of this program was to not solely systematically step out alongside strike and down dip of the already recognized gold constructions R1, R2 West, and R2 East, to raised perceive the controls on mineralization, but in addition search for potential new constructions. Because the map above and the part under reveal, they’ve been profitable find larger grade intercepts now in areas of R1 the place they solely hit low graded, brief intercepts earlier than (see purple vs. yellow dots):  

This clearly means the constructions, which most likely may be described as lenses, of which mineralization begins at floor (on this case the underside of a shallow lake more often than not), tend to pinch and swell, as vein programs typically do. The excellent news is the common grade will increase with these larger grade intercepts, and as most holes hit mineralization anyway, the R1 construction seems to be fairly steady. For my part, most lately reported holes for R1 really appear to be infill holes as they fill within the blanks between holes already drilled, just some holes like 065, 074, and 078 appear like cautious 50-meter step outs. Numerous R1 holes that are assayed in the intervening time (see black dots on the part above) seem like step out holes to the west and some at depth, and R2 drilling noticed comparatively extra step out drilling alongside strike and at depth, and extra aggressively.

Normally, the geologists at Kenorland have concluded up to now that gold mineralization for R1 is characterised by shear-hosted, laminated quartz-carbonate-pyrite veins, typically haloed by variably deformed extensional stockwork quartz veining. For R2, mineralization is present in stacked, shallow north-dipping extensional kind quartz veins  (R2 West) and steeply north-dipping shear hosted quartz-carbonate veins (R2 East). As may be seen within the in depth desk of the Dec. 20, 2021 information launch with the most recent 32 drill outcomes, most holes had a minimum of two completely different intercepts, indicating the laminated character of veins. The desk additionally signifies that R1 is by far a very powerful mineralized pattern for now, however administration believes R2 East and R2 West may have the potential so as to add vital ounces. A number of vital step out holes to essentially the most japanese and western boundaries of each developments will point out strike size potential.

This sums up a abstract of the most recent drill outcomes, so now it’s time to talk about issues additional with CEO Zach Flood.

The Crucial Investor (TCI): Thanks to your time. Let’s speak about a number of common themes first. As , the world isn’t liberated from COVID-19 but, and the Omicron variant is once more growing numbers of infections, intensive care sufferers, and so on., and halting occasions. Even the VRIC has been cancelled every week in the past and moved to Might, as too many exhibitors and audio system seen such a big scale occasion as too dangerous, and the group had no different choice however to reschedule sadly. On the identical time the Fed is turning into cautious of the present, multi-decade excessive inflation, and appears to sign to the markets that collection of fee hikes are usually not out of the query as inflation may very well be right here to remain. Normally inflation is nice for gold, and actual rates of interest will likely be damaging for a very long time as inflation outruns fee hikes for a very long time as nicely, which can also be good for gold. However markets don’t significantly like the most recent actions of the Fed, and a COVID-19 hampered economic system may put the brakes on additional. What do you consider all this, and extra particularly what may very well be the end result for gold and junior mining shares?

Zach Flood (ZF): Whatever the gold worth there is no such thing as a larger approach to create worth than making an financial discovery. That stated, I’m fairly optimistic of future steel costs, gold included, however then once more, my time horizons are doubtless longer than most speculators. At Kenorland we take the same long-term method and are dedicated to discovering new mineral deposits for future generations.

TCI: Let’s shift a bit extra in direction of Kenorland now with regard to the pandemic. You advised me lately that Sumitomo will determine someplace in January in regards to the subsequent drill program at Frotet, which may very well be bigger than all applications up to now. May in depth pandemic measures be of affect right here? May Kenorland in different methods really feel the affect of such measures, for instance at different initiatives or at assay labs?

ZF: All through the pandemic we have now taken extraordinary measures to guard our personnel and different stakeholders within the discipline. This yr will likely be no completely different. By way of our operations, we have now not but skilled any main points aside from lengthy delays at analytical labs. I don’t anticipate the lab points to be resolved this yr both, nonetheless, if everybody makes it dwelling secure on the finish of the day, then we’re glad.

TCI: Earlier than we delve into the Regnault challenge, I wish to ask you a number of questions on your exploration technique typically. I watched a video of Francis McDonald in your web site, and I have to say I used to be impressed. It appears as if Francis and your self are doing issues in another way, primarily based in your mindsets crafted at Newmont and Ivanhoe. The systematic method and evaluation is fascinating, you guys go away no stone unturned. Amongst different issues, he stated in an interview that he believes an excessive amount of consideration goes to outcrops and mineral occurrences in Canada, whereas in Australia there aren’t any outcrops, and so on., so you must provide you with systematic exploration and geological fashions. It appears logical that almost all vital close to floor deposits have been found by now, a minimum of in potential areas which have seen exploration, so pushing the boundaries and shifting deal with potential mineralization underneath cowl, or until pattern giant, under-explored however potential areas looks as if a sound technique for my part. Exploring giant properties to extend the chances appears logical, too. Why isn’t all people doing this?   

ZF: Nice query. Grassroots exploration is seen as very excessive threat with lengthy lead occasions to discovery. Most corporations and shareholders would not have the urge for food for it. At Kenorland, we based the corporate and began constructing the portfolio in 2016, in addition to forming partnerships with different main mining corporations to advance these initiatives. We listed the corporate in 2021, after we had made one main discovery in Quebec. We have now already undertaken a few years and a number of campaigns of early stage exploration and goal technology on most of the initiatives within the exploration pipeline which covers an enormous quantity of floor, over 500,000 hectares. That is the kind of firm that you would be able to’t kind in a single day, it takes time, dedication, a number of exploration to make new discoveries. There are usually not many juniors on the market executing early stage exploration on the scale which Kenorland is working, and that’s key. The extra floor you cowl in a diligent method, the upper your odds of exploration success are, so we scaled up and we preserve including to that portfolio. Ultimately, we are going to make extra discoveries so long as we preserve shifting ahead on this method.          

TCI: I agree, you may have set the bar excessive. I’m additionally fascinated by the information evaluation that’s a part of your exploration technique. You and Francis analyzed a number of different initiatives, drill outcomes and exploration applications, and reached all types of conclusions, all apparently tailor-made to optimize your individual exploration applications. For instance, the common variety of exploration applications to find greenfields deposits is about three together with early stage applications.

Different metrics are 5 Moz Au deposits are on common found after an preliminary drill program produced an intercept of over 134 g*m, or as you name it GT (grade x thickness), with an intercept size of over 10 meters. For two Moz Au deposits, the numbers are >50 GT and >5 meters. One other set of metrics: The median drill program on a profitable discovery program is 4,218 meters, and if an organization drills lower than 4,000 meters on an preliminary drill program however nonetheless produces an intercept being > 50 GT, this may very well be very vital. On the higher facet, a program bigger than 10,000 meters that doesn’t produce a >100 GT intercept, is probably going unsuccessful. I like these kind of statistics, and it doubtless provides to your probabilities of successfully sampling, drilling, and killing initiatives. Do you additionally normalize historic drilling/discoveries in direction of present practices, and do you for instance separate high quality exploration from life-style exploration, filtering out additional?

ZF: We accomplished this inside examine to grasp what number of meters we should always put right into a grassroots goal for an efficient “check” to succeed in a go or no go resolution.  That quantity is someplace between 4,000 and 10,000 meters, which is probably going greater than most individuals would guess. There are after all outliers on each side, however that is the dimensions of program we have to plan for with a purpose to check and confidently stroll away from a goal if we don’t obtain the outcomes, for instance, 100 gram meters, or if we do, proceed to the following section of exploration.  

TCI: I used to be additionally impressed by your data of the mechanics of until sampling, and the sort of work that goes into until sampling underneath cowl, searching for very small quantities of mineralization, plus having to find out the place all of it got here from, taking into consideration glacier actions and so on. This has been the central technique for the Frotet challenge, are you making use of this data for a lot of the different initiatives of Kenorland in the intervening time as nicely?

ZF: Completely, most of our initiatives are positioned in areas coated by glacial until. There may be widespread glacial cowl over huge components of Canada which are additionally extremely potential for mineral deposits and that is the place we focus. The simplest approach to conceal a deposit is to bury it underneath glacial until and subsequently the almost certainly place to make a brand new discovery is in areas coated by until, like Regnault for instance. The entire initiatives we working in Quebec are related—Chebistuan, Chicobi, O’Sullivan, Hunter, Frotet—we’re utilizing very related methods on all of those initiatives to seek for new mineral deposits underneath cowl.   

TCI: Fascinating, to nearly deliberately outline the following exploration frontier, and switch it into your benefit. May you clarify a bit additional for the viewers why geochemistry and alteration are the very best exploration instruments? I assume geochemistry and alteration can solely be recognized by drilling, and I see drilling as essentially the most superior exploration technique, and geophysics for instance as extra early stage. Personally I don’t really feel these strategies may be in contrast in a way of 1 being superior to the opposite, each technique is utilized at a special stage with a special objective, for instance until sampling and airborne surveys cowl big areas to pick targets, trenching and drilling work these targets to seek out mineralization. No significant drilling with out focusing on.

ZF: Usually, the precise deposit footprint is sort of small relative to the geochemical or alteration footprint. So you might be actually searching for the smoke first that may lead you to the hearth. Again to until sampling for instance—the gold dispersion plume at Regnault is over 5 kilometers lengthy. It was a lot simpler to seek out the plume first after which slender in on the veins that are orders of magnitude smaller when it comes to their very own footprints. Alteration is analogous round a giant hydrothermal system, like a porphyry copper deposit, it will possibly lengthen kilometers from the precise orebody, so the alteration is the very first thing you search for.   

TCI: It’s most likely all semantics. One thing else: I observed you deal with understanding main deposits, does this imply you might be solely inquisitive about exploring for Tier I deposits with Kenorland? If that’s the case, why is that this? They’re extraordinarily tough to seek out and really uncommon, and grow to be extra uncommon over time. Do you goal at specializing for main deposits, so the majors may see Kenorland because the go to buy their exploration concepts?

ZF: We do loads of work analyzing Tier 1 deposits to grasp their footprints, so we will acknowledge what a Tier 1 deposit appears to be like like when it comes to the exploration information, for instance floor geochemistry, geophysical expression, deposit define, preliminary drilling, and so on. This permits us to make extra knowledgeable choices when analyzing our personal exploration information. We choose to start out trying in areas which have actual potential to host these kinds of deposits. We might discover deposits of many sizes and shapes by finishing up giant scale systematic exploration.  

TCI: Let’s speak in regards to the Regnault challenge now. For my part most reported outcomes on R1 are infill drill outcomes, though within the information launch they’re described largely as step outs? I really feel that is solely warranted for the upcoming assays. The place do I am going unsuitable right here, if that’s the case?

ZF: We’re reporting on each broad infill and step out drilling. The phrases are bit subjective at this stage as a result of you probably have two holes a number of hundred meters aside, a gap in between may very well be thought of infill but in addition may very well be thought of a step out from one of many different holes, its extra exploration than useful resource definition. Infill drilling ought to actually describe extra superior exploration to useful resource definition.  At this stage, most of our drilling continues to be very exploratory in nature, and we’re nonetheless seeking to outline the geometry and orientation of higher-grade shoots inside the vein system itself, in addition to show up extra veins.    

TCI: Good to see the distinction between exploration and useful resource definition drilling phrases. Most drilling seems to be finished on ice, as a lot of the R1 construction is positioned underneath a shallow lake. Do you propose to step out aggressively on land with the following program?

ZF: We’ll proceed to step out alongside strike, however our focus is actually extra on deeper step outs down plunge of potential excessive grade shoots.

TCI: Because the close by Troilus deposit has mineralization that runs a lot deeper, do you propose on drilling a lot deeper at Regnault as nicely?

ZF: Completely, the following program will see extra aggressive step outs down dip.

Troilus deposits (Supply: Troilus Gold presentation)

TCI: The lengthy part exhibits mineralization at nearly each gap which signifies good continuity, though the GT numbers fluctuate rather a lot. May this indicate a posh geologic construction, or a number of fault traces, or else? Or simply pinching and swelling of gold mineralization?

ZF: Sure, the vein system is sort of complicated, though it’s constantly current alongside strike and at depth. That is typical in orogenic gold programs. Step one for us early final yr was to outline the orientation of the vein, which we achieved, R1 for example is oriented roughly East-West. The subsequent program throughout final summer season was to drill alongside the vein and discover the blowouts, shoots, higher-grade sections, and so on. We consider we have now outlined a number of of those areas as nicely so now the target going ahead will likely be to increase these at depth. Most high-grade structurally managed gold programs are complicated they usually take loads of drilling and energy to work out. Surprisingly, Regnault shouldn’t be as complicated as most, the veins are comparatively constant when it comes to strike and dip.

TCI: Sure, the consistency is an efficient factor to have. You advised me the R1 construction is dipping steeply to the north, do you additionally anticipate this for the R2 constructions, of every other, new construction discovered on the property, as a part of some general geological idea? What sort of structural controls are outlined but? Are you searching for feeder programs?

ZF: R2 is a special beast than R1. R1 veins are hosted in a shear by means of the intrusive complicated whereas R2 West veins are very shallow dipping extensional veins sitting between two shears. R2 East is extra steeply dipping and managed by shearing, just like R1. We have now discovered different shears within the intrusive complicated as nicely, some dipping north, some to the south.  We’re simply starting to grasp the structural controls on high-grade mineralization however nonetheless have a protracted methods to go. Normally we’re trying on the intersection between NNE steeply dipping D1 deformation and D2 shearing akin to we see alongside R1.

TCI: I did some very world back-of-the-envelope estimates on the Regnault constructions, and arrive for R1 at 1000 x 200 x 5 x 2.75 = 2.75 Mt, at a mean guesstimated grade of 5 g/t Au. This is able to imply a hypothetical 440 koz Au. For R2, this may very well be 400 x 250 x 2 x 2.75 = 550 kt, at a mean guesstimated grade of seven.5 g/t Au is a hypothetical 133 koz Au. So the full estimated gold mineralization may very well be closing in on a hypothetical 600 koz Au. Do you’re feeling it is a ballpark quantity in the appropriate course? I consider you as soon as advised me there’s appreciable low-grade disseminated gold within the R1 construction, may this make a distinction?

ZF: It’s too early for me to touch upon a useful resource at Regnault sadly.

TCI: No drawback. As we briefly mentioned your preferences for big deposits, do you may have a useful resource goal in thoughts for Regnault?

ZF: To ensure that most main mining corporations to proceed with growth, they doubtless have to see larger than 3-5 moz Au potential. I don’t really know what Sumitomo’s threshold is, however I may guess it’s someplace inside or north of that vary. It’s nonetheless early days at Regnault however the subsequent few applications ought to shed extra mild on what the potential is there. As I stated, we’re simply starting to grasp the controls on mineralization.   

TCI: Are you taking a look at targets additional away from the direct neighborhood of Regnault?

ZF: Sure, we have now a number of targets we will likely be following up on inside the Frotet Venture, a few of these will see drilling subsequent winter.

TCI: Your workers is constructing a Leapfrog 3D mannequin now of Regnault, it is going to be very fascinating to see the mineralized envelope and sections of geology and mineralization. When will this be completed you assume?

ZF: We’ll doubtless start to see the geologic mannequin as soon as the entire information from the final program is taken under consideration. Keep tuned.

TCI: You advised me earlier the upcoming 10,000-meter drill program for Regnault will encompass 60% deal with R1, 25% on R2 ,and 15% on new targets, so closely geared in direction of R1.

Replace: A information launch got here out Jan. 12, 2022, confirming this and saying the commencing of drilling as nicely, with additional information right here:

“Roughly 60% of the proposed drilling will likely be allotted to step-outs alongside the R1 construction, focusing on down plunge extensions of higher-grade mineralization alongside the vein hall. Twelve drill holes are deliberate to considerably develop the R1 vein system at depth to roughly 500 meters under floor past the present identified extent of roughly 275 meters vertical depth. Alongside the R2 Pattern, as much as 25% of the proposed program will likely be allotted in direction of broad-spaced infill drilling to find out the structural framework linking R2 West and R2 East. The remaining 15% of the proposed drill program is designed to develop on identified mineralization and check extra gold-bearing constructions north of the R1 hall.”

You might be planning to drill a lot deeper down dip at R1, may you inform us how a lot deeper?

ZF: We need to roughly double the vertical lengthen of the R1 vein system from ~250 meters to ~500 meters.

The map of the deliberate drilling of this program may be seen under:

The Q1 2022 program follows the lately accomplished 17,792 meter drill program, of which 9,824m have been reported. The corporate expects assays for the remaining 7,968m to be introduced within the coming weeks, however that is all relying on the assay labs after all which have seen a number of delays.

TCI: I consider that concludes Regnault for now. A distinct topic that is likely to be irritating for you and shareholders is the share worth of Kenorland. After a number of exploration success, a strong treasury, high notch exploration administration and with a gold worth nonetheless hovering round US$1800/oz, the inventory is side-ranging near its lows since itemizing. Do you may have a proof for this, and what’s your plan to get issues shifting once more? What may very well be a catalyst?

Share worth 1 yr interval; Supply: tmxmoney.com

ZF: 2021 was a tough yr for gold equities typically. Kenorland really held up surprisingly nicely, though I do perceive we’re far under our all-time highs in addition to the final two financings which had been each accomplished at CA$1/share. I see an enormous quantity of upside within the inventory, we’re in a a lot stronger place at this time than we had been final yr at larger costs. We’re coming into 2022 with over CA$9 million in working capital, initiatives that are extra superior, and a variety of offers we accomplished final yr which have considerably added to our backside line on the monetary statements. We even have an unbelievable quantity of exploration which we are going to undertake this yr, the outcomes from which would be the actual driving catalyst within the share worth.

TCI: Giant-scale exploration stays a excessive threat/excessive reward sport, but when any workforce may very well be profitable at it, it appears to be Kenorland Minerals, for my part. Speaking about giant scale, as you optioned out the South Uchi Venture to Barrick Gold on Sept. 20, 2021, we contemplated Barrick may do a transfer for Nice Bear. As a substitute, Kinross stepped in and Barrick doesn’t make a sound. If Barrick doesn’t surpass Kinross with a greater bid, may this have implications for the technique of Barrick, and extra particular for South Uchi?

ZF: I don’t consider this can change Barrick’s technique within the Crimson Lake District. I believe the hypothesis across the potential suitor for GBR was precisely that, hypothesis. Barrick is dedicated to this a part of the Canadian protect when it comes to its exploration technique for good purpose—it is a extremely potential area and nonetheless very under-explored as demonstrated by GBR alongside the LP Fault. We’re very excited to see what Barrick comes up with after final fall’s large-scale regional until sampling program they carried out at South Uchi.

TCI: It positive can be fascinating to see a significant like Barrick venturing into substantial drill applications for instance. What’s the present standing of the Healy Venture, Alaska (optioned from Newmont Company), as a 5,000 meter maiden diamond drill program has been accomplished, plus a number of surveys, all outcomes had been anticipated in January 2022?

ZF: We’re nonetheless awaiting full assays from the labs however anticipate outcomes to be introduced in Q1. We’re all after all desirous to see the outcomes ourselves as we encounter widespread mineralization and alteration in a lot of the drilling there.

Healy Venture; proposed drilling/sampling outcomes

TCI: After Healy, one other vital challenge for Kenorland is Tanacross (Alaska). In depth soil sampling program has been finished, a 5 km IP and MT survey was accomplished, and an airborne magnetics survey was flown over a number of targets.

The assays had been anticipated over a month in the past. Evaluation, interpretation and focusing on had been deliberate for January. As a number of of the surveys had been delayed, beforehand introduced drilling has been placed on maintain, and the assigned finances was reallocated for extra drilling at Healy. What’s the standing right here?

ZF: Just like Healy, we’re nonetheless ready for full assays from the geochemical surveys we accomplished at Tanacross. And once more, the workforce is keen to see the numbers as we have now some very compelling targets already that may very well be prioritized for drilling this yr if warranted.

TCI: Kenorland additionally accomplished a VTEM survey on the Hunter challenge in Quebec (totally owned), a LiDAR survey and mapping at South Uchi (optioned to Barrick), accomplished a soil sampling program at Chebistuan in Quebec (optioned to Newmont), and accomplished a sonic drill-for-till geochemical program at their Chicobi challenge, additionally in Quebec. A map with the sampling outcomes for Chebistuan appears to be like like this:

TCI: What’s the standing of a magnetic survey, radiometrics and induced polarization (IP) which is able to all happen on the Deux Orignaux AOI goal zone in January, in preparation for drill focusing on?

ZF: Until sampling, boulder prospecting, and airborne magnetics has been accomplished at Deux Orignaux and at present there are crews there line-cutting in preparation for the IP survey.

TCI: What’s the present state of affairs at Chicobi, as drone magnetics, IP and electromagnetics (EM) have been accomplished, and diamond drilling was scheduled for Q1, 2022?

ZF: We have now now acquired the geophysics information together with IP, Magnetics, and EM and have started the drill focusing on train. We have now additionally started allowing for a drill program which is predicted to start in March.

TCI: This concludes our Q & A, do you may have something so as to add for the viewers?

ZF: I believe we coated rather a lot right here already, thanks for the fascinating questions and the chance so as to add extra colour to the Kenorland story.

Conclusion

After one other batch of sturdy drill outcomes, Kenorland Minerals is ready for JV associate Sumitomo to approve their finances for one more in depth drill program at Regnault. The remaining batch of the final accomplished program is predicted to be introduced within the coming weeks if the labs don’t face too many delays. In the intervening time, the corporate commenced an already accepted 10,000-meter program at Regnault, and is exploring at 5 different initiatives, and expects a stream of outcomes any further. As all initiatives are of appreciable measurement, any new discovery or substantial step out outcome at Regnault (for instance >200GT) may trigger the long-awaited re-rating now for this textbook instance of a giant scale exploration junior, alongside a cooperating worth of gold. Keep tuned!

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