Otis Gold Corp. is pleased to announce the completion of its maiden Preliminary Economic Assessment (or “PEA”) at the Kilgore volcanic- and sediment-hosted epithermal gold deposit, Clark County, Idaho. The PEA utilizes the resource estimate completed in August, 2018 (see Otis news release dated September 28, 2018), and provides a robust economic scenario upon which to expand the potential scope and scale of the project with ongoing drilling. The PEA supports the potential for a low capital intensity, low operating cost, open-pit, heap-leach operation producing 112,500 ounces of gold per year over a 4.9 year mine life and generating highly attractive economics.Read More
Otis Gold Corp. is pleased to provide the following corporate update. This past year was eventful, and included a number of significant achievements at both our Kilgore and Oakley projects as well as at the corporate level. These milestones have laid the foundation for what we expect to be an active and successful year for the Company in 2019.Read More
Otis Gold is pleased to announce that it has raised a total of $502,500 through the sale of its remaining 750,000 common shares of Revival Gold Inc.
The sale of these shares provides non-dilutive capital to fund the ongoing development of the Kilgore and Oakley Projects and for general working capital purposes.
Surface geochemical studies consisting of rock outcrop mapping and sampling, and a 200 metre (“m”) by 50m soil sample grid, has revealed a 3.5 km long by 0.5 km wide trend of anomalous gold and silver values.Read More
Otis is pleased to announce that it has raised a total of approximately $1,320,000 through the sale of 2,000,000 common shares of Revival Gold Inc. (“Revival”). A total of 1,771,000 shares were sold in a private transaction and the remainder were sold through the TSX-Venture Exchange. The sale of these shares provides non-dilutive capital to fund the ongoing development of both the Kilgore and Oakley Projects and for general working capital purposes. The Company’s remaining shareholding in Revival, totaling approximately 750,000 shares, will be held for investment purposes. The shares in Revival were received in June 2017 as partial compensation for the sale of two non-core claim blocks known as the Hai and Gold Bug Projects,Read More
Approximately 1,700 soil samples are to be collected over a 200 metre (m) x 50m spaced grid. The geochemistry block will encompass areas that were covered by 2017 reconnaissance sampling and ground magnetic surveys.Read More
The USFS issued a Decision Notice authorizing a 5-year exploration plan which, provides significant flexibility to drill on up to 140 drill sites throughout the Kilgore Project, including step-out and infill drilling at the existing Kilgore Deposit and exploration drilling at emerging targets including Gold Ridge, Prospect Ridge and Dog Bone Ridge. The Plan of Operation was approved by the United States Forest Service after completion of an Environmental Assessment, a process which included input and feedback from the local community and others.Read More
Otis is pleased to announce an updated independent mineral resource estimate at its 100% owned Kilgore Project (“Kilgore”) located in Clark County, Idaho. The new resource incorporates drilling completed from 2015 through 2017 and is a strong foundation for future growth by expansion drilling, engineering and metallurgical studies.Read More
Otis Gold Corp. (“Otis” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: OOO) is pleased to report that ongoing permitting at its Kilgore Project has entered the final phase. The U.S. Forest Service (the “USFS”), as part of their ongoing agency review process, has issued a Draft Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact (or “FONSI”) in connection with Otis’ proposed Plan of Operation for a significantly expanded 5-year exploration program at the Kilgore Project, Clark County, Idaho,Read More
Otis Gold Corp. is pleased to announce assay results for the final nine core holes from its 25-hole, 8,000-metre drill program at the Kilgore Project in Idaho.
The primary goal of the drill program was to follow-up on open-ended drilling at depth and laterally as infill on drill intercepts from 2015 and 2016, primarily in the prospective Late Cretaceous Aspen Formation (or “Aspen”) sedimentary host unit within and along the “Aspen Corridor” (see News Releases dated February 9, 2016, and January 19, 2017). Timberline Drilling of Hayden, Idaho performed all the drilling employing two Atlas Copco CS14 core rigs.Read More