Klondex Mines Ltd (TSE:KDX, NYSE:KLDX) told investors Monday it has now filed its technical and pre-feasibility report for the Hollister underground mine in the popular mining state of Nevada.
As previously reported, the total P&P mineral reserve at Hollister was put at is 116.1k ounces of gold equivalent (AuEq) at a grade of 0.582 AuEq ounces per ton (opt), or 19.9 AuEq grams per tonne, or g/t, contained within 199.5k tons.
In the main zone alone, the P&P reserve is 51.5k ounces AuEq at a grade of 0.658 AuEq opt (22.6 g/t) contained within 78.2k tons.
The figures did not include any results from the drilling program at Hatter Graben, which commenced in the middle of June, targeting around 20,000 feet of drilling.
The group acquired Hollister late in 2016.
Klondex has three producing mineral properties - the Fire Creek mine and the Midas mine and ore milling facility in Nevada, US and the True North gold mine and mill in Manitoba, Canada.
It also has the Hollister mine and the Aurora mine and ore milling facility, also in Nevada.