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Ambler copper mine project

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Ambler is a polymetallic deposit in North West Alaska. It was first developed by Rio Tinto in the early 1970s and it is now fully owned by NovaCopper. The mine is expected to produce a copper concentrate with gold as a by product a lead concentrate with silver and gold by products and a zinc concentrate. The property is composed of two deposits: Arctic and Bornite. As at August 2013 the Arctic deposit had a PEA (July 2013) and the Bornite deposit had a NI43 101 compliant resource estimate (February 2013).

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  • Key facts
    • Summary
    • Ambler is a polymetallic deposit in North West Alaska. It was first developed by Rio Tinto in the early 1970s and it is now fully owned by NovaCopper. The mine is expected to produce a copper concentrate with gold as a by-product, a lead concentrate with silver and gold by-products, and a zinc concentrate.
    • The property is composed of two deposits: Arctic and Bornite. A Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Artic deposit was released in July 2013 and an updated NI43-101 compliant resource was announced for the Bornite deposit in April 2014.
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