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Located in the Thompson‐Nicola region of British Columbia, approximately 150 km north‐east of Kamloops near Vavenby, the Yellowhead Project is envisioned as a 90,000 tonne-per-day open pit copper mine with a 25-year mine life.
Including Yellowhead, Taseko’s total proven and probably mineral reserves contain a total of 15 billion pounds of copper.
Taseko is currently preparing the Yellowhead Project for the Environmental Assessment (EA) process, which will commence with the submission of an Initial Project Description. The Company will advance the project with internal resources and minimal capital expenditures over the next several years.
1.The Technical Report dated January 16, 2020 is available under Taseko’s profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).
Note: The content of webpage was reviewed by Richard Weymark P.Eng., Chief Engineer, and a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101.
*Copper Equivalent is based on 90% copper recovery, US$3.10/lb copper price, 56% gold recovery, US$1350/oz gold, 59% silver recovery, and US$18.00/oz silver price.