April 27, 2011
Teryl Resources (OTC Other: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) has has received a preliminary assessment for its Gil Joint Venture Gold Property in Alaska.
The measured, indicated and inferred resources contained at the Gil/JV gold property, which total 514,916.3 ounces of gold, were determined using a cutoff grade of 0.015 oz Au/ton in order to correspond with the heap-leach ore cutoff grade currently employed at the Fort Knox gold mine. The purpose of this preliminary assessment was to estimate NPV and IRR at the Gil/JV gold property.
The two assessments made certain assumptions, including the price of gold. Using $1,500 gold, the NPV of the project using a 10% discount rate was approximately $74.5 million resulting in an IRR of 459%. Using $1,048 gold, the NPV of the project using a 10% discount rate was approximately $31.3 million resulting in an IRR of 207%. These figures represent 10o% interest in the Gil property, of which 20% is attributable to Teryl.
March 29, 2011
Teryl Resources (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) has submitted its Notice of Work in support of proposed drill program of up to 1,500 metres at the Company’s B.C. Silverknife property. The following work has been recommended with a budget of approximately $358,000:
- Phase I (a) – Silverknife data GIS Completion
- Phase I (b) – Core recovery program from previous drilling completed in 1985 & 1987
- Phase I (c) – Property survey / prospecting geological mapping
- Phase I (d) – Detailed geophysical survey
- Phase I (e) – Diamond drilling program 1,000 to 1,500 meters
March 8, 2011
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 08, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX News Network) — Teryl Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE: TRC)(OTCBB: TRYLF) (the “Company”) wishes to announce that a pre-feasibility resource estimation for the Gil joint venture property in the Fairbanks, Mining District, Alaska has been received as follows:
Total gold resources at the Gil/JV property for a heap leach scenario are 514,916 ounces of gold contained in 19,856,778 tons of mineralized rock. A cutoff grade for a hypothetical heap leaching operation at the Gil/JV property is expected to be 0.015 oz/ton, which corresponds to the heap leach cutoff grade currently being used at the Fort Knox gold mine. A grade cutoff for material that could be sent to the mill at Fort Knox is 0.0225 oz/ton. Total gold resources at the Gil/JV property for a run-of-mill scenario are 309,304 ounces of gold contained in 8,505,247 tons of mineralized rock. It is important to note that these two estimates are not additive, and instead represent two distinct resource calculations for Gil at two separate cutoff grades.
February 18, 2011
Teryl Resources (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) will be featured on CEO Clips, a series of 15 second corporate profiles on Canadian companies. The clips of Teryl will begin airing on Monday, February 21.
February 14, 2011
Teryl Resources Corp. (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) has completed an initial 43-101 compliant report at the Silverknife property in North-Central British Columbia, the purpose of which is to present a review technical report summarizing previous work, reviewing the exploration potential of the property and making recommendations towards future work on the property.
Through a series of agreements, the property is owned as follows: (i) Teryl owns 30% working interest and has a 10% Net Profit Interest (“NPI”); (ii) Minewest owns 70% subject to the 10% NPI held by Teryl; (iii) Reg holds a 5% net profits interest against the whole of the Property; and (iv) a 1% NSR is held against the Property by SMR Investments Ltd.
The Silverknife Property consists two contiguous British Columbia “legacy” (4-post style) mineral claims covering approximately 1,594 acres and is in good standing with respect to British Columbia Minerals Title Act through January 12, 2012.
February 7, 2011
Teryl Resources (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) will be featured on CEO Clips airing on Fox Business News beginning today. The clip will air Monday thru Friday between 5am and 4pm EST and can also be viewed online by clicking here.
January 26, 2011
Teryl Resources (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) has received the 2010 Gil Joint Venture Annual Report from its joint venture partner, Kinross Gold Corp. (NYSE: KGC). The 2010 drill program consisted of 14,977.5 feet of drilling, including 27 reverse circulation holes totaling 9,546 feet and 11 core holes totaling 5,431.5 feet, the purpose of which was to delineate the strike extension of the mineralized zones and to infill between step-out holes, in order to gain a better understanding of ore-zone continuity.
Recommendations for 2011 are to continue stepping out along mineralized trends, and to utilize exploration data to re-focus target areas. A systematic trenching program, followed by drilling, is recommend for: the northeastern extension of the 509 Trend, specifically, the eastern slope of Lohr Ridge; the Northern Calc-silicate Unit, and the calc-silicate unit located between the North Gil and Main Gil areas.