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Gedabek Open Pit - JORC Mineral Resources and Reserves Reports

Full JORC Reporting now released together with Life of Mine Estimate

Anglo Asian Mining plc ("Anglo Asian" or the "Company"), the AIM listed gold, copper and silver producer, is pleased to announce the release of complete Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves reports, estimated in accordance with the JORC (2012) code, for the Gedabek open pit located at the Company's Gedabek licence area ("Gedabek") in Western Azerbaijan (the "JORC Reports").

These JORC Reports provide supplementary information to the announcement and JORC Table 1 release of 18 September 2018, including a life of mine schedule for the Gedabek open pit. The resource estimate is based on a robust geological model, which benefits from information gathered during the mining of the deposit, recent geological work and exploration drilling.

Gedabek JORC (2012) Mineral Resource and Reserves

-- Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves classified according to the JORC Code are now completed giving detailed back-up to information released on 18 September 2018

   --    Life of Mine scheduled until 2024 taking into consideration blending of ores from other mines 

-- Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves for the Gedabek open pit unchanged from those previously released

The Gedabek open pit JORC Mineral Resources Report can be accessed via the following link:

http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/8105S_2-2019-3-13.pdf

The Gedabek open pit JORC Ore Reserves Report can be accessed via the following link:

http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/8105S_1-2019-3-13.pdf

Mine Development Update

-- Mining excavation capacity has been increased by the addition of two new excavators purchased by a Company mining contractor.

-- The optimisation programme for the improvement of fragmentation during blasting has yielded positive results as reflected in the improved mining cycle times and reduced choking of the protective grizzly grid ahead of the jaw crushers.

-- Exploration drilling continues on the margins of the Gedabek open pit targeting copper mineralisation for possible future expansion.

-- Drilling from both surface and underground is planned to test the deeper down dip extension of the open pittable mineralisation for possible future underground mining.

JORC (2012) Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves Statements

The mineral resource and reserves are prepared in accordance with JORC Code (2012), which is the current edition of the JORC Code. The resources and reserves stated below are in-situ.

Mineral Resources

 
 Gold (+ Copper) Mineral Resources 
  (Cut-off grade >= 0.3g/t gold) 
  Mineral Resource      Tonnage     Gold    Copper    Silver        Gold      Copper      Silver 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
                           (Mt)    Grade     Grade     Grade       ('000       ('000       ('000 
                                   (g/t)       (%)     (g/t)     ounces)     Tonnes)     ounces) 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Measured                  18.0      0.9       0.2       8.3         532        38.0       4,800 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Indicated                 11.1      0.7       0.1       5.6         264        15.7       2,011 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Measured+Indicated        29.1      0.9       0.2       7.3         796        53.7       6,811 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Inferred                   8.5      0.7       0.1       5.0         189         9.7       1,361 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Total                     37.6      0.8       0.2       6.8         986        63.4       8,172 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 
 Copper Mineral Resource (Additional to Gold Mineral Resource) 
  (Cut-off grade copper >=0.3%) and gold <0.3 g/t)) 
                                                                                      ---------- 
 Mineral Resources      Tonnage     Gold    Copper    Silver        Gold      Copper      Silver 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
                           (Mt)    Grade     Grade     Grade       ('000       ('000       ('000 
                                   (g/t)       (%)     (g/t)     ounces)     Tonnes)     ounces) 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Measured                   5.3      0.1       0.5       2.1          21        26.3         356 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Indicated                  0.9      0.1       0.5       1.6           3         4.4          48 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Measured+Indicated         6.2      0.1       0.5       2.0          24        30.7         404 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Inferred                   0.5      0.1       0.4       1.5           1         1.9          23 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 Total                      6.7      0.1       0.5       2.0          25        32.6         426 
                      ---------  -------  --------  --------  ----------  ----------  ---------- 
 

Ore Reserves

 
 Ore Reserves       Tonnage     Gold    Copper    Silver       Gold     Copper     Silver 
                       (Mt)    Grade     Grade     Grade      ('000      ('000      ('000 
                               (g/t)       (%)     (g/t)    ounces)    Tonnes)    ounces) 
                   --------  -------  --------  --------  ---------  ---------  --------- 
 Proved                10.9     0.89      0.29      8.83        311       31.9      3,084 
                   --------  -------  --------  --------  ---------  ---------  --------- 
 Probable               1.2     0.82      0.34      9.52         32        4.1        373 
                   --------  -------  --------  --------  ---------  ---------  --------- 
 Proved+Probable       12.1     0.88      0.30      8.90        343       36.0      3,457 
                   --------  -------  --------  --------  ---------  ---------  --------- 
 

The Proved and Probable Ore Reserves estimate is based on that portion of the Measured and Indicated Mineral Resource of the deposit within the scheduled mine designs that may be economically extracted, considering all "Modifying Factors" in accordance with the JORC (2012) Code.

Anglo Asian Group Director of Geology & Mining, Stephen Westhead, said "These resource and reserves reports provide further valuable information relating to mineralisation and ores from the Gedabek open pit only. This information is complementary to the maiden Gadir resource and reserve statements which are also being published today.

"Importantly, the reserves provide sufficient mine life for continued evaluation of the Gadir to Gedabek underground mine potential, and an exploration window to bring further mineralisation to resource and reserve level from the pipeline of known mineral deposits and occurrences from within the Gedabek contract area."

Mineral Resource and Reserve Estimation

Anglo Asian, together with the mining and geological consulting group Datamine International, prepared the resource and reserves estimation of the Gedabek deposit. This work followed the completion of the recent reverse circulation ("RC") drill holes and core drill holes that supplemented surface outcrop and channel sampling. The total number of exploration drillholes drilled by the Company, since the commencement of exploration in 2007, is 738 with a total of 104,967 metres drilled. The Mineral Resources and Ore Reserve estimation parameters per Table 1 of the JORC code are set out in Appendix one. A glossary of terminology related to the mineral resource and reserves estimate and other information is set out in Appendix two.

Competent Person Statement

The information in the announcement that relates to exploration results, minerals resources and ore reserves is based on information compiled by Dr Stephen Westhead, who is a full-time employee of Anglo Asian Mining with the position of Director of Geology & Mining, who is a Fellow of The Geological Society of London, a Chartered Geologist, Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists, Member of The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and a Member of the Institute of Directors.

Stephen Westhead has sufficient experience that is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity being undertaken to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves'. Stephen Westhead consents to the inclusion in the announcement of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.

Stephen Westhead has sufficient experience, relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity that he is undertaking, to qualify as a "competent person" as defined by the AIM rules. Stephen Westhead has reviewed the resources and reserves included in this announcement.

Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) Disclosure

Certain information contained in this announcement would have been deemed inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 until the release of this announcement.

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For further information please visit or contact:

 
 Reza Vaziri        Anglo Asian Mining plc          Tel: +994 12 596 3350 
 Bill Morgan        Anglo Asian Mining plc          Tel: +994 502 910 400 
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 Stephen Westhead   Anglo Asian Mining plc          Tel: +994 502 916 894 
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Notes: About Anglo Asian Mining plc

Anglo Asian Mining plc (AIM:AAZ) is a gold, copper and silver producer in Central Asia with a broad portfolio of production and exploration assets in Azerbaijan. The Company has a 1,962 square kilometre portfolio, assembled from analysis of historic Soviet geological data and held under a Production Sharing Agreement modelled on the Azeri oil industry.

The Company's main operating location is the Gedabek contract area ("Gedabek") which is a 300 square kilometre area in the Lesser Caucasus mountains in western Azerbaijan. The Company developed Azerbaijan's first modern operating gold/copper/silver mine at Gedabek which commenced gold production in May 2009. Mining at Gedabek was initially from its main open pit, which is an open cast mine with a series of interconnected pits.

The Company also operates the high grade Gadir underground mine, which is co-located at the Gedabek site. In September 2017, production commenced at the Ugur open pit mine, a recently discovered gold ore deposit at Gedabek. The Company has a second underground mine, Gosha, which is 50 kilometres from Gedabek. Ore mined at Gosha is processed at Anglo Asian's Gedabek plant.

The Company produced 83,736 gold equivalent ounces ('GEOs') for the year ended 31 December 2018. Gedabek is a polymetallic ore deposit that has gold together with significant concentrations of copper in the main open pit mine, and an oxide gold-rich zone at Ugur. The Company therefore employs a series of flexible processing routes to optimise metal recoveries and efficiencies. The Company produces gold dore through agitation and heap leaching operations, copper concentrate from its Sulphidisation, Acidification, Recycling, and Thickening (SART) plant and also a copper and precious metal concentrate from its flotation plant. A second dedicated crusher line has been commissioned and is now in operation for the flotation plant to enable it to operate independently of the agitation leaching plant.

The Company has forecast metal production for FY 2019 of between 82,000 to 86,000 gold equivalent ounces ("GEOs"). Of the forecast production for FY 2019, between 28,000 to 30,000 GEOs is in the form of copper and gold flotation concentrate.

Anglo Asian is also actively seeking to exploit its first mover advantage in Azerbaijan to identify additional projects, as well as looking for other properties in order to fulfil its expansion ambitions and become a mid-tier gold and copper metal production company.

APPIX 1:

The following table provides a summary of assessment and reporting criteria used at the Gedabek deposit for the reporting of exploration results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves in accordance with the JORC Table 1 checklist in The Australasian Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (The JORC Code, 2012 Edition).

*Note that there have been minor spelling and grammatical corrections in this publication of Table 1 from the version issued on 18(th) September 2018. No material or content changes have been made to Table 1

JORC Code, 2012 Edition - Table 1 report: Gedabek Deposit (Anglo Asian Mining plc)

Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve statement date: 18 September 2018

Section 1 Sampling Techniques and Data

(Criteria in this section apply to all succeeding sections.)

 
 Criteria       JORC Code explanation                                            Commentary 
 Sampling 
 techniques       *    Nature and quality of sampling (eg cut channels,            *    Diamond core drilling was used to provide drill core 
                       random chips, or specific specialised industry                   for geological information (primarily structural 
                       standard measurement tools appropriate to the                    information) at depth. Full core was split 
                       minerals under investigation, such as down hole gamma            longitudinally 50% using a rock diamond saw and 
                       sondes, or handheld XRF instruments, etc). These                 half-core samples were taken at typically 1 metre 
                       examples should not be taken as limiting the broad               intervals or to rock contacts if present in the core 
                       meaning of sampling.                                             run for both mineralisation and wall rock. The drill 
                                                                                        core was rotated prior to cutting to maximise 
                                                                                        structure to core axis of the cut core. 
                  *    Include reference to measures taken to ensure sample 
                       representivity and the appropriate calibration of any 
                       measurement tools or systems used.                          *    Reverse Circulation (RC) drill samples were collected 
                                                                                        via a cyclone system in calico sample bags following 
                                                                                        on site splitting using a standard riffle "Jones" 
                  *    Aspects of the determination of mineralisation that              splitter attached to the RC drill rig cyclone, and 
                       are Material to the Public Report.                               into plastic chip trays for every sample run metre 
                                                                                        (1.0m and 2.5m) interval. 
 
                  *    In cases where 'industry standard' work has been done 
                       this would be relatively simple (eg 'reverse                *    Reverse circulation drilling was carried out for both 
                       circulation drilling was used to obtain 1 m samples              exploration drilling and grade control during 
                       from which 3 kg was pulverised to produce a 30 g                 production. 
                       charge for fire assay'). In other cases more 
                       explanation may be required, such as where there is 
                       coarse gold that has inherent sampling problems.            *    To ensure representative sampling, diamond drill core 
                       Unusual commodities or mineralisation types (eg                  was marked considering mineralisation and alteration 
                       submarine nodules) may warrant disclosure of detailed            intensity, after ensuring correct core run marking 
                       information.                                                     with regards recovery. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    RC samples were routinely weighed to ensure sample is 
                                                                                        representative of the metre run. Sampling of drill 
                                                                                        core and RC cutting were systematic and unbiased. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    RC samples varies from 3kg to 6kg, the smaller weight 
                                                                                        sample related to losses where water was present. The 
                                                                                        average sample weight was 4.7kg, which was pulverised 
                                                                                        to produce a 50g sample for routine Atomic Absorption 
                                                                                        analysis and check fire assaying. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Handheld XRF (model THERMO Niton XL3t) was used to 
                                                                                        assist with mineral identification during field 
                                                                                        mapping and core logging procedures. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Drilling 
 techniques       *    Drill type (eg core, reverse circulation, open-hole         *    Diamond core drilling, reverse circulation (RC) 
                       hammer, rotary air blast, auger, Bangka, sonic, etc)             drilling and down the hole (DTH) ("bench") drilling 
                       and details (eg core diameter, triple or standard                were completed. 
                       tube, depth of diamond tails, face-sampling bit or 
                       other type, whether core is oriented and if so, by 
                       what method, etc).                                          *    Upper levels of core drilling from collar to an 
                                                                                        average depth of 51.6 metres at PQ (85.0 mm) core 
                                                                                        single barrel wireline, stepping down to HQ (63.5mm) 
                                                                                        when necessary. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Diamond Core Drilling with HQ (63.5mm) core single 
                                                                                        tube barrel, steeping down to NQ (47.6mm) core barrel 
                                                                                        when necessary 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Diamond Core drilling with NQ (47.6mm) core single 
                                                                                        tube barrel 
 
 
                                                                                   *    The proportions of PQ:HQ:NQ drilling were 11:70:19 
                                                                                        percentage. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Oriented drill coring was not used. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Reverse Circulation drilling using 133 millimetre 
                                                                                        diameter face sampling drill bit. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Downhole surveying was carried out on 36.8% (the 
                                                                                        majority of drillholes were drilled vertical with 
                                                                                        shallow depths) of core drillholes utilizing Reflex 
                                                                                        EZ-TRAC equipment at a downhole interval of 12.0 
                                                                                        metres. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Drilling penetration speeds were also noted to assist 
                                                                                        with rock hardness indications. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Drill sample 
  recovery        *    Method of recording and assessing core and chip             *    Core recovery (TCR - total core recovery) was 
                       sample recoveries and results assessed.                          recorded at site, verified at the core logging 
                                                                                        facility and subsequently entered into the database. 
                                                                                        The average core recovery was 95%. Recovery 
                  *    Measures taken to maximise sample recovery and ensure            measurements were poorer in fractured and faulted 
                       representative nature of the samples.                            rocks, however the contract drill crew maximized 
                                                                                        capability with use of drill muds and reduced core 
                                                                                        runs to ensure best recovery. In these zones where 
                  *    Whether a relationship exists between sample recovery            oxidised friable mineralisation was present, average 
                       and grade and whether sample bias may have occurred              recovery was 89%. 
                       due to preferential loss/gain of fine/coarse 
                       material. 
                                                                                   *    RC recovery was periodically checked by weighing the 
                                                                                        sample per metre for RC drill cuttings and compared 
                                                                                        to theoretical weight. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Geological information was passed to the drilling 
                                                                                        crews to make the drillers aware of areas of 
                                                                                        geological complexity, to maximise recovery of sample 
                                                                                        through the technical management of drilling 
                                                                                        (downward pressures, rotation speeds, water flushing, 
                                                                                        use of clays). 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Zones of faulting and presence of water resulted in 
                                                                                        variable weights of RC sample, suggesting losses of 
                                                                                        fines. Historical drilling at adjacent deposits with 
                                                                                        similar situations tended to underestimate the 
                                                                                        in-situ gold grades. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    There is no direct relationship between recovery and 
                                                                                        grade variation, however in core drilling, losses of 
                                                                                        fines is believed to result in lower gold grades due 
                                                                                        to washout of fines in fracture zones. This is also 
                                                                                        the situation when core drilling grades are compared 
                                                                                        with RC grades. This is likely to result in an 
                                                                                        underestimation of grade, which has been confirmed 
                                                                                        during production. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Logging 
                  *    Whether core and chip samples have been geologically        *    Drill core was logged in detail for lithology, 
                       and geotechnically logged to a level of detail to                alteration, mineralisation, geological structure, and 
                       support appropriate Mineral Resource estimation,                 oxidation state by Anglo Asian Mining geologists, 
                       mining studies and metallurgical studies.                        utilising logging codes and data sheets as supervised 
                                                                                        by the competent person. 
 
                  *    Whether logging is qualitative or quantitative in 
                       nature. Core (or costean, channel, etc) photography.        *    RC cuttings were logged for lithology, alteration, 
                                                                                        mineralisation, and oxidation state. 
 
                  *    The total length and percentage of the relevant 
                       intersections logged.                                       *    Logging was considered sufficient to support Mineral 
                                                                                        Resource estimation, mining studies and metallurgical 
                                                                                        studies. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Rock Quality Designation (RQD) logs were produced for 
                                                                                        all core drilling for geotechnical purposes. Fracture 
                                                                                        intensity and fragmentation proportion analysis was 
                                                                                        also used for geotechnical information. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    8 core drillholes were drilled to pass through 
                                                                                        mineralisation into wall rocks of the backwall to the 
                                                                                        open pit. This ensured geotechnical data collected 
                                                                                        related to open pit design work with using all 
                                                                                        drillhole rock quality designation (RQD) data. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    This data was utilised in establishing the open pit 
                                                                                        deign parameters 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Independent geotechnical studies have been completed 
                                                                                        by the environmental engineering company, CQA 
                                                                                        International Limited (CQA), to assess rock mass 
                                                                                        strength and structural geological relationships for 
                                                                                        mine design parameters. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Logging was both quantitative and qualitative in 
                                                                                        nature. All core was photographed in the core boxes 
                                                                                        to show the core box number, core run markers and a 
                                                                                        scale, and all RC chip trays were photographed. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    100% of the core drilling was logged with a total of 
                                                                                        73,767.15 metres of core and 100% of RC drilling with 
                                                                                        a total of 13,328.50 metres and 100% of bench 
                                                                                        drilling with a total of 330,756.00 metres that is 
                                                                                        included in the resource model. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Sub-sampling 
  techniques      *    If core, whether cut or sawn and whether quarter,                *    Full core was split longitudinally 50% using a rock 
  and sample           half or all core taken.                                               diamond saw and half-core samples were taken at 
  preparation                                                                                typically 100 centimetre intervals or to rock 
                                                                                             contacts if present in the core run for both 
                  *    If non-core, whether riffled, tube sampled, rotary                    mineralisation and wall rock. The drill core was 
                       split, etc and whether sampled wet or dry.                            rotated prior to cutting to maximise structure to 
                                                                                             core axis of the cut core. 
 
                  *    For all sample types, the nature, quality and 
                       appropriateness of the sample preparation technique.             *    Half core was taken for sampling for assaying, and 
                                                                                             one half remains in the core box as reference 
                                                                                             material. 
                  *    Quality control procedures adopted for all 
                       sub-sampling stages to maximise representivity of 
                       samples.                                                         *    Reverse Circulation (RC) drill samples were collected 
                                                                                             in calico sample bags following on site splitting 
                                                                                             using a standard riffle "Jones" splitter, and into 
                  *    Measures taken to ensure that the sampling is                         plastic chip trays for every one metre interval. 
                       representative of the in situ material collected, 
                       including for instance results for field 
                       duplicate/second-half sampling.                                  *    Where RC samples were wet, the total sample was 
                                                                                             collected for drying at the laboratory, following 
                                                                                             which, sample splitting took place. Primary 
                  *    Whether sample sizes are appropriate to the grain                     duplicates have also been retained as reference 
                       size of the material being sampled.                                   material. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    RC field sampling equipment was regularly cleaned to 
                                                                                             reduce the chance of sample contamination by previous 
                                                                                             samples, on a metre basis by compressed air. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Both core and RC samples were prepared according best 
                                                                                             practice, with initial geological control of the half 
                                                                                             core or RC samples, followed by crushing and grinding 
                                                                                             at the laboratory sample preparation facility that is 
                                                                                             routinely managed for contamination and cleanliness 
                                                                                             control. Sampling practice is considered as 
                                                                                             appropriate for Mineral Resource Estimation. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Sample preparation at the laboratory is subject to 
                                                                                             the following procedure. 
 
 
                                                                                       Ø After receiving samples at the laboratory 
                                                                                       from the geology department, all samples are cross 
                                                                                       referenced with the sample order list. 
                                                                                       Ø All samples are dried in an oven at 105-110 
                                                                                       degree centigrade temperature 
                                                                                       Ø First stage sample crushing to -25mm size 
                                                                                       Ø Second stage sample crushing to -10mm size. 
                                                                                       Ø Third stage sample crushing to -2mm size. 
                                                                                       Ø After crushing the samples are riffle split 
                                                                                       and 200-250 gramme sample taken. 
                                                                                       Ø A 75 micron sized prepared pulp is produced 
                                                                                       that is subsequently sent for assay preparation. 
                                                                                        *    Quality control procedures were used for all 
                                                                                             sub-sampling preparation. This included geological 
                                                                                             control over the core cutting, and sampling to ensure 
                                                                                             representativeness of the geological interval. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    333 field duplicates of the reverse circulation (RC) 
                                                                                             samples were collected, representing 2.5 % of the 
                                                                                             total RC metres drilled. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Sample sizes are considered appropriate to the grain 
                                                                                             size of the material and style of mineralisation 
                                                                                             being sampled, by maximizing the sample size, hence 
                                                                                             the total absence of any BQ drill core. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Quality of 
 assay data       *    The nature, quality and appropriateness of the                 *    Laboratory procedures and assaying and analysis 
 and                   assaying and laboratory procedures used and whether                 methods are industry standard. They are well 
 laboratory            the technique is considered partial or total.                       documented and supervised by a dedicated laboratory 
 tests                                                                                     team. The techniques of Atomic Absorption and Fire 
                                                                                           Assay were utilised, and as such both partial and 
                  *    For geophysical tools, spectrometers, handheld XRF                  total techniques were employed. These techniques are 
                       instruments, etc, the parameters used in determining                appropriate for obtaining assay data of rock samples. 
                       the analysis including instrument make and model, 
                       reading times, calibrations factors applied and their 
                       derivation, etc.                                               *    Handheld XRF (model THERMO Niton XL3t) was used to 
                                                                                           assist with mineral identification during field 
                                                                                           mapping and core logging procedures. 
                  *    Nature of quality control procedures adopted (eg 
                       standards, blanks, duplicates, external laboratory 
                       checks) and whether acceptable levels of accuracy (ie          *    Commencement of drilling was 21/02/2006 and 
                       lack of bias) and precision have been established.                  completion was 13/07/2018 (the database date range 
                                                                                           for resource estimation). The following four types of 
                                                                                           drill sample are utilised; surface diamond drilling, 
                                                                                           surface mine reverse circulation, bench hole (down 
                                                                                           the hole hammer production drilling) and underground 
                                                                                           core drilling. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    Material drill holes are considered those drilled 
                                                                                           since the time of the last JORC resource statement 
                                                                                           (2014), as much of the material drilled prior to that 
                                                                                           has been mined out. The material drilling is 
                                                                                           considered to be core drilling and RC drilling as 
                                                                                           these impact on the interpretation of the overall 
                                                                                           resource geometry, and not bench hole (production 
                                                                                           drilling). The underground drilling is limited to the 
                                                                                           western end of Gedabek, and not material for open pit 
                                                                                           assessment. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    QA/QC procedures included the use of field duplicates 
                                                                                           of RC samples, blanks, certified standards or 
                                                                                           certified reference material (CRMs) from OREAS (Ore 
                                                                                           Research & Exploration Pty Ltd Assay Standards, 
                                                                                           Australia), in addition to the laboratory control 
                                                                                           that comprised pulp duplicates, coarse duplicates, 
                                                                                           and replicate samples. This QA/QC system allowed for 
                                                                                           the monitoring of precision and accuracy of assaying 
                                                                                           for the Gedabek deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    Taking into consideration all the QA/QC methods 
                                                                                           employed, the percentage of QA/QC samples to the 
                                                                                           total samples collected by surface mine drilling 
                                                                                           (including bench hole production drilling) is 3.7%. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    The percentage of QA/QC samples of the material mine 
                                                                                           location drilling (surface core and reverse 
                                                                                           circulation) samples only is 13.2%. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    The percentage of QA/QC samples of the material mine 
                                                                                           location drilling (surface core and reverse 
                                                                                           circulation) plus exploration diamond drill hole 
                                                                                           samples only is 6.5%. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    It should be noted that QA/QC control prior to 2014 
                                                                                           was at a lower standard than in recent years, where 
                                                                                           there has been an increase in QA/QC sample % and 
                                                                                           dedicated QA/QC staff have been sent on courses to 
                                                                                           put in place enhanced procedures. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    794 pulp duplicate samples were assayed at varying 
                                                                                           grade ranges: 
 
                                                                                      Ore Grade Designation    Au (from)   Au (to) 
                                                                                                                  g/t        g/t 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
                                                                                          Very Low (VL)          0.00       0.30 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
                                                                                               Low               0.30       1.00 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
                                                                                           Medium (MED)          1.00       2.00 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
                                                                                               High              2.00       5.00 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
                                                                                           Very High (V          5.00         + 
                                                                                               HIGH) 
                                                                                                              ----------  -------- 
 
 
                                                                                      *    Summary results from the pulp duplicates are 
                                                                                           presented below: 
 
                                                                                      Pulp Duplicate              Original sample        QAQC (pulp duplicate) 
                                                                                                                       grades                sample grades 
                                                                                     ----------------  ------  -------------------- 
                                                                                                                       Mean                      Mean 
                                                                                     ----------------          --------------------  ---------------------------- 
                                                                                                                  Au      Ag    Cu,       Au                Cu, 
                                                                                                        count    g/t     g/t      %      g/t     Ag g/t       % 
                                                                                     ----------------  ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                      BH_PD_Blank          13   0.03    1.36   0.04     0.07       4.27    0.03 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_Blank        207   0.03    1.96   0.13     0.05       1.13    0.14 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                          220 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
                                                                                      BH_PD_VL             57   0.15    5.97   0.06     0.18       3.14    0.07 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_VL           182   0.13    2.92   0.22     0.13       1.79    0.20 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                          239   0.13    3.65   0.18     0.15       2.11    0.17 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
                                                                                      BH_PD_LOW            48   0.59    7.29   0.27     0.58       7.37    0.26 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_LOW          109   0.56    4.23   0.20     0.53       4.24    0.18 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                          157   0.57    5.17   0.22     0.54       5.19    0.21 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
                                                                                      BH_PD_MED            37   1.34   11.39   0.20     1.21      10.48    0.21 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_MED           40   1.35    7.35   0.18     1.30       7.50    0.16 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                           77   1.34    9.29   0.19     1.26       8.93    0.18 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
                                                                                      BH_PD_HIGH           41   3.17   23.94   0.60     2.68      22.12    0.60 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_HIGH          43   3.16   20.05   0.71     3.12      19.92    0.86 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                           84   3.17   21.95   0.66     2.91      21.00    0.73 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
                                                                                      BH_PD_V HIGH          9   8.57   44.27   1.35     7.19      45.86    1.71 
                                                                                      RCH_PD_V HIGH         8   6.76   16.53   0.53     6.97      16.24    0.50 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                                           17   7.72   31.22   0.96     7.09      31.92    1.14 
                                                                                                       ------  -----  ------  -----  -------  ---------  ------ 
 
 
                                                                                      *    The following CRMs are used for QA/QC control. 
 
 
                                                                                        Ore Type                      CRM type 
                                                                                       (grade range 
                                                                                         g/t Au) 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                      V. LOW 0-0.3       CRM 22_Oreas 501 - Au 0.214 g/t_Ag 
                                                                                                                  0.44 g/t_Cu 0.28% 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                                         CRM 8_Oreas 501b - Au 0.243 g/t_Ag 
                                                                                                                0.778 g/t_Cu 0.258 % 
                                                                                     --------------  ----------------------------------------- 
 
 
                                                                                        LOW 0.3-1     CRM 23_Oreas 502c_Au 0.477 g/t_Ag 0.796 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 0.779% 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                                         CRM 17_Oreas 502b - Au 0.49 g/t_Ag 
                                                                                                                  2.01 g/t_Cu 0.76% 
                                                                                     --------------  ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                      CRM 20_Oreas 620 - Au 0.67 g/t_Ag 38.40 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 0.18% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                      CRM 2_Oreas 503b - Au 0.685 g/t_Ag 
                                                                                                       1.48 g/t_Cu 0.523% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                         CRM 16_OREAS 623 - Au 0.797 g t_Ag 
                                                                                                                 20.40 g/t_Cu 1.72% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                         CRM 12_Oreas 59d - Au 0.801 g/t_Cu 
                                                                                                                        1.47% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
 
 
                                                                                       Medium 1-2      CRM 15_Oreas 701 - Au 1.07 g/t_Ag 1.1 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 0.48% 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                                       CRM 18_Oreas 624 - Au 1.12 g/t_Ag 46.0 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 3.09% 
                                                                                     --------------  ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                       CRM 19_Oreas 621 - Au 1.23 g/t_Ag 68.0 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 0.37% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                        CRM 13_Oreas 604 - Au 1.43 g/t_492.0 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 2.16% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                       CRM 7_Oreas 504b - Au 1.56 g/t_Ag 2.98 
                                                                                                                     g/t_Cu 1.1% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                      CRM 11_Oreas 602 - Au 1.95 g/t_Ag 114.88 
                                                                                                                    g/t_Cu 0.52% 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
 
 
                                                                                        High 2-5       CRM 4_Oreas 60c - Au 2.45 g/t_Ag 4.81 
                                                                                                                         g/t 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                                           CRM 9_Oreas 214 - Au 2.92 g/t 
                                                                                     --------------  ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                           CRM 10_Oreas 17c - Au 3.04 g/t 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                       CRM 6_Oreas 61e - Au 4.51 g/t_Ag 5.27 
                                                                                                                         g/t 
                                                                                                     ----------------------------------------- 
 
 
                                                                                        Very High     CRM 14_Oreas 603 - Au 5.08 g/t_Ag 292.92 
                                                                                           5-99                     g/t_Cu 1.01% 
                                                                                     -------------- 
                                                                                                       CRM 5_Oreas 62c - Au 9.369 g/t_Ag 9.86 
                                                                                                                         g/t 
                                                                                     --------------  ----------------------------------------- 
 
 
 
                                                                                      *    Comparison of average gold grades between the on-site 
                                                                                           laboratory and OREAS CRMs shows a general bias 
                                                                                           towards the on-site laboratory under-estimating grade 
                                                                                           with the exception of very low grade (average 
                                                                                           variation as presented below): 
 
 
                                                                                      Class        Au       Au       CRM      AIMC     Difference 
                                                                                      Ore Grade    g/t fm   g/t to   Au g/t   Au g/t   % 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
                                                                                      Very Low     0.0      0.30     0.235    0.273    16% 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
                                                                                      Low          0.30     1.00     0.674    0.690    2% 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
                                                                                      Medium       1.00     2.00     1.484    1.476    -1% 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
                                                                                      High         2.00     5.00     3.326    3.259    -2% 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
                                                                                      Very High    5.00     99.00    8.398    8.240    -2% 
                                                                                                  -------  -------  -------  -------  ----------- 
 
                                                                                      *    Based on QA/QC analysis, and instances of poor 
                                                                                           repeatability in duplicate assaying and general 
                                                                                           underestimation of assays greater than 1.0 g/t gold 
                                                                                           at the AIMC laboratory as compared to CRMs, it is 
                                                                                           recommended to carry out thorough QA/QC of all 
                                                                                           samples during the extraction process and assess 
                                                                                           laboratory capacities. 
 
 
                                                                                      *    The quality of the QA/QC is considered adequate for 
                                                                                           resource and reserve estimation purposes. 
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 Verification 
 of sampling      *    The verification of significant intersections by            *    Significant intersections were verified by a number 
 and assaying          either independent or alternative company personnel.             of company personnel within the management structure 
                                                                                        of the Exploration Department. Intersections were 
                                                                                        defined by the exploration geologists, and 
                  *    The use of twinned holes.                                        subsequently verified by the Exploration Manager. 
                                                                                        Further, independent verification was carried out as 
                                                                                        part of the due diligence for resource estimation by 
                  *    Documentation of primary data, data entry procedures,            Datamine International. Assay intersections were 
                       data verification, data storage (physical and                    cross validated with drill core visual intersections. 
                       electronic) protocols. 
 
                                                                                   *    An initial programme of RC drilling was followed up 
                  *    Discuss any adjustment to assay data.                            by a core drilling programme where 7 drillholes were 
                                                                                        twinned and validated the presence of mineralisation. 
                                                                                        Reverse circulation drilling assays as compared with 
                                                                                        the core drilling assays showed a positive grade bias 
                                                                                        of up to 12%. This result may also be a function of 
                                                                                        sample size as the diameter of RC drillholes is much 
                                                                                        wider than the core drillholes, and produced a larger 
                                                                                        sample that is likely to show less bias with the rock 
                                                                                        mass. It is also suspected that losses may have 
                                                                                        occurred during the core drilling process especially 
                                                                                        in very strongly oxidised mineralised zones due to 
                                                                                        drilling fluid interaction. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Data entry is supervised by a data manager, and 
                                                                                        verification and checking procedures are in place. 
                                                                                        The format of the data is appropriate for direct 
                                                                                        import into "Datamine"(R) software. All data is 
                                                                                        stored in electronic databases within the geology 
                                                                                        department and backed up to the secure company 
                                                                                        electronic server that has limited and restricted 
                                                                                        access. Four main files are created relating to 
                                                                                        "collar", "survey", "assay" and "geology". Laboratory 
                                                                                        data is loaded electronically by the laboratory 
                                                                                        department and validated by the geology department. 
                                                                                        Any outlier assays are re-assayed. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Independent validation of the database was made as 
                                                                                        part of the resource model generation process, where 
                                                                                        all data was checked for errors, missing data, 
                                                                                        misspelling, interval validation, negative values, 
                                                                                        and management of zero versus no data entries. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    All databases were considered accurate for the 
                                                                                        Mineral Resource Estimate. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    No adjustments were made to the assay data. 
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 Location of 
  data points     *    Accuracy and quality of surveys used to locate drill        *    The mine area was recently (2017) surveyed by high 
                       holes (collar and down-hole surveys), trenches, mine             resolution drone survey. Five topographic base 
                       workings and other locations used in Mineral Resource            stations were installed and accurately surveyed using 
                       estimation.                                                      high precision GPS, that was subsequently tied into 
                                                                                        the local mine grid using ground based total station 
                                                                                        surveying (LEICA TS02) equipment. All trench, drill 
                  *    Specification of the grid system used.                           holes collars were then surveyed using total station 
                                                                                        survey equipment. In 2018, new survey equipment was 
                                                                                        purchased which is used for precision surveying of 
                  *    Quality and adequacy of topographic control.                     drill holes, trenches and workings. This equipment 
                                                                                        comprised 2x Trimble R10, Model 60 and associated 
                                                                                        equipment. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Downhole surveying was carried out on 36.8% of all 
                                                                                        core drillholes (the majority of drillholes were 
                                                                                        drilled vertical with shallow depths), utilizing 
                                                                                        Reflex EZ-TRAC equipment at a downhole interval of 
                                                                                        every 12.0 metres. Since 2014 (the date of the last 
                                                                                        JORC statement), over 95% of core drillholes have 
                                                                                        been surveyed. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    The grid system used is Universal Transverse Mercator 
                                                                                        (UTM)84WGS zone 38T (Azerbaijan) 
 
 
                                                                                   *    The adequacy of topographic control is adequate for 
                                                                                        the purposes of resource and reserve modelling 
                                                                                        (having been validated by both aerial and ground 
                                                                                        based survey techniques), with a contour interval of 
                                                                                        2m metres. 
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 Data spacing 
 and                *    Data spacing for reporting of Exploration Results.        *    Drill hole spacing was from 20 metres over the main 
 distribution                                                                           mineralised zone to 40 metres on the periphery of the 
                                                                                        resource. 
 
                    *    Whether the data spacing and distribution is 
                         sufficient to establish the degree of geological and      *    The data spacing and distribution (20 x 20 metre 
                         grade continuity appropriate for the Mineral Resource          grid) over the mineralised zones is sufficient to 
                         and Ore Reserve estimation procedure(s) and                    establish the degree of geological and grade 
                         classifications applied.                                       continuity appropriate for the Mineral Resource and 
                                                                                        Ore Reserve estimation procedure(s) and 
                                                                                        classifications applied. The depth and spacing is 
                    *    Whether sample compositing has been applied.                   considered appropriate for defining geological and 
                                                                                        grade continuity as required for a JORC Mineral 
                                                                                        Resource estimate. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    No physical sample compositing has been applied for 
                                                                                        assay purposes. 
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 Orientation 
  of data in      *    Whether the orientation of sampling achieves unbiased       *    Detailed surface mapping and subsequent drilling has 
  relation to          sampling of possible structures and the extent to                provided the characteristics of the deposit. The 
  geological           which this is known, considering the deposit type.               orientation of the drill grid to NNE was designed to 
  structure                                                                             maximise the geological interpretation in terms of 
                                                                                        true contact orientations. 
                  *    If the relationship between the drilling orientation 
                       and the orientation of key mineralised structures is 
                       considered to have introduced a sampling bias, this         *    The Gedabek gold-copper deposit is considered as a 
                       should be assessed and reported if material.                     high sulphidation gold deposit, which is enriched by 
                                                                                        copper along the diorite intrusion contact. The rocks 
                                                                                        range from Bajocian (Mid-Jurassic) to Tithonian 
                                                                                        (Upper-Jurassic) in age. The gold mineralisation is 
                                                                                        hosted by Upper Bajocian age sub-volcanic rocks, 
                                                                                        which comprise Rhyolite porphyry (Quartz-Porphyry). 
                                                                                        These rocks have been intruded into a sub-volcanic 
                                                                                        sequence that was subsequently subjected to strong 
                                                                                        hydrothermal alteration. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    The Gedabek primary mineralisation is hosted in 
                                                                                        acidic sub-volcanic rocks, which consist of 
                                                                                        hematite-quartz-kaolin-sericite alteration and 
                                                                                        brecciation in the central part, plus pyritic 
                                                                                        stock-stockwork and quartz-sulphide veins. The 
                                                                                        central surface expression of the mineralisation 
                                                                                        exhibit accumulations of hydrous ferric oxides 
                                                                                        (gossan) with sub-level barite mass beneath gossan 
                                                                                        zones. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    The deposit was emplaced at the intersection of NW, 
                                                                                        NE, N and E trending structural systems regionally 
                                                                                        controlled by a first order NW transcurrent fault 
                                                                                        structure. The fault dips between 70 to 80deg to the 
                                                                                        north-west. The faults of the central zone control 
                                                                                        the hydrothermal metasomatic alteration and gold 
                                                                                        mineralisation. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Given the geological understanding and the 
                                                                                        application of the drilling grid orientation, grid 
                                                                                        spacing and vertical drilling, no orientation based 
                                                                                        sample bias has been identified in the data which 
                                                                                        resulted in unbiased sampling of structures 
                                                                                        considering the deposit type. 
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 Sample 
 security         *    The measures taken to ensure sample security.               *    Regarding drill core: at the drilling site which was 
                                                                                        supervised by a geologist, the drill core is placed 
                                                                                        into wooden and plastic core boxes that are sized 
                                                                                        specifically for the drill core diameter. Once the 
                                                                                        box is full, a wooden/plastic lid is fixed to the box 
                                                                                        to ensure no spillage. Core box number, drill hole 
                                                                                        number and from/to metres are written on both the box 
                                                                                        and the lid. The core is then transported to the core 
                                                                                        storage area and logging facility, where it is 
                                                                                        received and logged into a data sheet. Core logging, 
                                                                                        cutting, and sampling takes place at the secure core 
                                                                                        management area. The core samples are bagged with 
                                                                                        labels both in the bag and on the bag, and data 
                                                                                        recorded on a sample sheet. The samples are 
                                                                                        transferred to the laboratory where they are 
                                                                                        registered as received, for laboratory sample 
                                                                                        preparation works and assaying. Hence, a chain of 
                                                                                        custody procedure has been followed from core 
                                                                                        collection to assaying and storage of reference 
                                                                                        material. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Reverse Circulation samples are bagged at the drill 
                                                                                        site and sample numbers recorded on the bags. Batches 
                                                                                        of 18 metre samples are boxed for transport to the 
                                                                                        logging facility where the geological study and 
                                                                                        sample preparation for transfer to the laboratory 
                                                                                        take place. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    All samples received at the core facility are logged 
                                                                                        in and registered with the completion of an "act". 
                                                                                        The act is signed by the drilling team supervisor and 
                                                                                        core facility supervisor (responsible person). All 
                                                                                        core is photographed, subjected to geotechnical 
                                                                                        logging, geological logging, samples interval 
                                                                                        determinations, bulk density, core cutting, and 
                                                                                        sample preparation (each size of fragments 3-5 
                                                                                        centimetre). 
 
 
                                                                                   *    Daily, all samples are weighed, and a Laboratory 
                                                                                        order prepared which is signed by the core facility 
                                                                                        supervisor prior to release to the laboratory. On 
                                                                                        receipt at the laboratory, the responsible person 
                                                                                        countersigns the order. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    After assaying all reject duplicate samples are sent 
                                                                                        back from the laboratory to the core facility 
                                                                                        (recorded on a signed act). All reject samples are 
                                                                                        placed into boxes referencing the sample identities 
                                                                                        and stored in the core facility. 
 
 
                                                                                   *    For external assaying, Anglo Asian Mining utilised 
                                                                                        ALS-OMAC in Ireland. Samples selected for external 
                                                                                        assay are recorded on a data sheet and sealed in 
                                                                                        appropriate boxes for shipping by air freight. 
                                                                                        Communications between the geological department of 
                                                                                        the Company and ALS monitor the shipment, customs 
                                                                                        clearance, and receipt of samples. Results are sent 
                                                                                        electronically by ALS and loaded to the Company 
                                                                                        database for study. 
               ---------------------------------------------------------------  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Audits or 
  reviews         *    The results of any audits or reviews of sampling            *    Reviews on sampling and assaying techniques were 
                       techniques and data.                                             conducted for all data internally and externally as 
                                                                                        part of the resource and reserve estimation 
                                                                                        validation procedure. No concerns were raised as to 
                                                                                        the procedures or the data results. All procedures 
                                                                                        were considered industry standard and well conducted. 
                                                                                        QA/QC tolerance concerns of some of batches of 
                                                                                        assaying has been raised. 
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Section 2 Reporting of Exploration Results

(Criteria listed in the preceding section also apply to this section.)

 
 Criteria         JORC Code explanation                                            Commentary 
 Mineral 
 tenement           *    Type, reference name/number, location and ownership               *    The project is located within a current contract area 
 and land                including agreements or material issues with third                     that is managed under a "PSA" production sharing 
 tenure                  parties such as joint ventures, partnerships,                          agreement. 
 status                  overriding royalties, native title interests, 
                         historical sites, wilderness or national park and 
                         environmental settings.                                           *    The PSA grants the Company a number of periods to 
                                                                                                exploit defined licence areas, known as Contract 
                                                                                                Areas, agreed on the initial signing with the 
                    *    The security of the tenure held at the time of                         Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources 
                         reporting along with any known impediments to                          ('MENR'). The exploration period allowed for the 
                         obtaining a licence to operate in the area.                            early exploration of the Contract Areas to assess 
                                                                                                prospectivity can be extended. 
 
 
                                                                                           *    A 'development and production period' commences on 
                                                                                                the date that the Company issues a notice of 
                                                                                                discovery, which runs for 15 years with two 
                                                                                                extensions of five years each at the option of the 
                                                                                                Company. Full management control of mining in the 
                                                                                                Contract Areas rests with Anglo Asian Mining. 
 
 
                                                                                           *    Under the PSA, Anglo Asian is not subject to currency 
                                                                                                exchange restrictions and all imports and exports are 
                                                                                                free of tax or other restrictions. In addition, MENR 
                                                                                                is to use its best endeavours to make available all 
                                                                                                necessary land, its own facilities and equipment and 
                                                                                                to assist with infrastructure. 
 
 
                                                                                           *    The deposit is not located in any national park. 
 
 
                                                                                           *    At the time of reporting no known impediments to 
                                                                                                obtaining a licence to operate in the area exist and 
                                                                                                the contract (licence) area agreement is in good 
                                                                                                standing. 
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 Exploration 
  done by other     *    Acknowledgment and appraisal of exploration by other              *    The Gedabek deposit has been known since ancient 
  parties                parties.                                                               times. It was repeatedly mined by primitive 
                                                                                                underground methods until the second half of the XIX 
                                                                                                century. During the period 1864-1917 it was a subject 
                                                                                                to economic mining by the "Siemens Brothers" company. 
                                                                                                During that time period, the extracted ores comprised 
                                                                                                about: 
 
 
                                                                                           *    1,720,000 tonnes of ore at high grade of metals: 
 
 
                                                                                           *    copper about 56,000 tonnes at an estimated grade of 
                                                                                                3.4% Cu 
 
 
                                                                                           *    gold 6.38-12.7 tonnes at a grade of 3.7 to 7.4 g/t Au 
 
 
                                                                                           *    silver 120.6-126.12 tonnes at a grade of about 70.0 
                                                                                                g/t Ag 
 
 
                                                                                          Mining of the deposit was stopped in 1917 
                                                                                          due the Bolshevik revolution. 
                                                                                           *    Historical work on the area included geological 
                                                                                                scientific works about mineralogy, geochemistry, 
                                                                                                regional geological mapping, large-scale regional 
                                                                                                geophysical programmes (magnetic and gravity), 
                                                                                                trenching, dump sampling, drilling and preliminary 
                                                                                                resource estimation by Azerbaijan geologists until 
                                                                                                1990 in the Soviet period and by Azerbaijan 
                                                                                                geologists since 1992 to 2002 in the years after the 
                                                                                                Soviet period. Prior to 1990, 16 core holes were 
                                                                                                drilled at Gedabek. Azergyzil, an Azerbaijan state 
                                                                                                entity drilled an additional 47 core drill holes 
                                                                                                between 1998 and 2002 and also carried out 
                                                                                                re-sampling of old adits. Anglo Asian Mining decided 
                                                                                                to twin four of these early holes in order to 
                                                                                                ascertain the validity of the early drilling and 
                                                                                                assays (which was successful). 
 
 
                                                                                           *    Prior to the drill programme targeted for resource 
                                                                                                estimation, Anglo Asian Mining carried out the 
                                                                                                following work: 
 
 
                                                                                          Ø Geological mapping of 5km(2) at a scale 
                                                                                          of 1:10 000 (years 2005-2006) and of 1km(2) 
                                                                                          at a scale 1:1 000 (years 2007-2008). 
                                                                                          Ø Outcrop sampling that comprised 4367 
                                                                                          samples (years 2005-2007). 
                                                                                          Ø Trenching & shallow pits that provided 
                                                                                          for 3225 samples (years 2005-2008). 
                                                                                          Ø In 2006, Anglo Asian Mining carried 
                                                                                          out exploration works at the Gedabek mineral 
                                                                                          deposit that comprised 146 core and RC drill 
                                                                                          holes, with an average drillhole depth of 
                                                                                          113 metres. As a result of this exploration 
                                                                                          work, the ore reserve was estimated and reported 
                                                                                          by SRK Consultants in January 2007. 
                                                                                           *    In 2007 and induced polarisation (IP) Geophysical 
                                                                                                study was carried out on the Gedabek deposit by JS 
                                                                                                Company, Turkey. 
 
 
                                                                                           *    Various exploration phases were carried out by Anglo 
                                                                                                Asian Mining at the Gedabek mine and in surrounding 
                                                                                                areas of the Gedabek mineral deposit from year 2007 
                                                                                                to 2014. As the results of these works, in 2012 and 
                                                                                                2014 estimation of mineral resources and ore reserves 
                                                                                                were completed and reported by the CAE Mining 
                                                                                                company. This work provided an update of the previous 
                                                                                                mineral resources estimations of SRK Consulting 
                                                                                                Incorporated (SRK, 2007) and SGS Canada Incorporated 
                                                                                                (SGS, 2010). These resource and reserve estimates 
                                                                                                were made in accordance with the Australasian Code 
                                                                                                for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral 
                                                                                                Resources and Ore Reserves of the Joint Ore Reserves 
                                                                                                Committee (JORC). The exploration work of 2007-2014 
                                                                                                years resulted in the ore reserve of 20.494Mt at 
                                                                                                grades of 1.03g/t gold, 0.50% copper and 7.35 g/t 
                                                                                                silver (in-situ) as reported by CAE Mining as 
                                                                                                September 2014. 
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 Geology 
                    *    Deposit type, geological setting and style of                    *    The Gedabek gold-copper deposit is located in the 
                         mineralisation.                                                       Gedabek Ore District of the Lesser Caucasus in NW of 
                                                                                               Azerbaijan, 48 kilometres East of the city of Ganja, 
                                                                                               near of Gedabek city. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    The exploration "centre" of the project, 
                                                                                               independently located on Google Earth at Latitude 
                                                                                               40deg34'48.31"N and Longitude 45deg47'40.39"E. The 
                                                                                               known gold-copper mineralisation has an estimated 
                                                                                               north-south strike length of 1300 m and a total area 
                                                                                               of approximately 1 km(2). 
 
 
                                                                                          *    Principal features of the geological structure of the 
                                                                                               Gedabek deposit and ore location have been 
                                                                                               predetermined by its position within the large 
                                                                                               Gedabek-Garadag (Gedabek-Slavyanka Chenlibel) 
                                                                                               volcanic-plutonic structure, characterised by complex 
                                                                                               internal structure, due to repeated tectonic movement, 
                                                                                               multi-cyclic magmatic activity and related 
                                                                                               mineralisation processes. The comparatively large 
                                                                                               tectonic-magmatic structure enveloping a considerable 
                                                                                               part of Shamkir uplift of the Lok-Karabakh 
                                                                                               structural-magmatic zone (Lesser Caucasus 
                                                                                               Mega-anticlinorium) has been structurally deformed by 
                                                                                               multi-phase activity resulting in compartmentalised 
                                                                                               stratigraphic blocks. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    The Gedabek ore deposit is located at the contact 
                                                                                               between a Kimmeridgian aged intrusion and Bajocian 
                                                                                               volcanic rocks. The Kimmeridgian intrusion is 
                                                                                               described as a granodiorite, quartz- diorite, or 
                                                                                               diorite intrusion. The mineralisation is represented 
                                                                                               by the rhyolitic porphyry (quartz-porphyry) body, 
                                                                                               localised between sub-horizontal andesite at the west 
                                                                                               and a diorite intrusion at the east. The two main 
                                                                                               types of hydrothermal alteration observed in the 
                                                                                               Gedabek deposit are propyllitic alteration with 
                                                                                               quartz +/- adularia +/- pyrite alteration, and 
                                                                                               argillitic alteration in the central part of the 
                                                                                               deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    Ore mineralisation at Gedabek is spatially associated 
                                                                                               with the rhyolite porphyry. Disseminated pyrite 
                                                                                               occurs pervasively through most of the rock. Fine 
                                                                                               grained pyrite shows various densities of 
                                                                                               mineralisation depending on the area, a higher pyrite 
                                                                                               abundance is observable in the central part of the 
                                                                                               deposit. Polymetallic ore study includes different 
                                                                                               styles of mineralisation (semi-massive, vein, 
                                                                                               veinlets, disseminated) generally post-dating the 
                                                                                               disseminated pyrite stage. It mainly consists of 
                                                                                               semi-massive lenses of pyrite, chalcopyrite and 
                                                                                               sphalerite. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    The Gedabek primary mineralisation is hosted in 
                                                                                               acidic sub-volcanic rocks that exhibit haematitic, 
                                                                                               quartz-kaolin-sericite alteration and brecciation in 
                                                                                               the central part, comprising pyritic stockwork and 
                                                                                               quartz-sulphide veins. The central surface expression 
                                                                                               of the mineralisation exhibit accumulations of 
                                                                                               hydrous ferric oxides forming a gossan with barite 
                                                                                               also present below the gossanous material. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    The deposit was emplaced at the intersection of NW, 
                                                                                               NE, N and E trending structural systems regionally 
                                                                                               controlled by a first order NW transcurrent fault 
                                                                                               structure. The fault dips between 70 to 80deg to the 
                                                                                               north-west. The faults of the central zone control 
                                                                                               the hydrothermal metasomatic alteration and gold 
                                                                                               mineralisation. 
 
 
                                                                                          *    In the vertical section, the higher gold grade ore is 
                                                                                               located on the top of the ore body (mainly in an 
                                                                                               oxidation zone in the contact with andesitic waste on 
                                                                                               the top). A central brecciated zone of the higher ore 
                                                                                               mineral grade is seen to continue at depth. Ore 
                                                                                               minerals show horizontal zoning with high grade 
                                                                                               copper ore mineralisation located on the east of the 
                                                                                               orebody along the contact zones of a diorite 
                                                                                               intrusion, to the west the copper quantity is 
                                                                                               reducing (except in the brecciated central part). 
                                                                                               From central part of the orebody to the west, zinc 
                                                                                               mineralisation is located along the ore contact with 
                                                                                               andesitic rocks, but is absent on the western margin 
                                                                                               of the orebody. The northern part of the hosts gold 
                                                                                               and copper mineralisation along fractures. 
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 Drill hole 
  Information          *    A summary of all information material to the                       *    A summary of the type and metres of drilling 
                            understanding of the exploration results including a                             completed is shown below: 
                            tabulation of the following information for all 
                            Material drill holes: 
                                                                                                                      -- 
                                                                                                                      -- 
                      o easting and northing of the drill                                   --    Database       Type      No. of     Total Length 
                      hole collar                                                                                            holes          (m) 
                      o elevation or RL (Reduced Level -                                     --------------  --------  ----------  -------------- 
                      elevation above sea level in metres)                                      Exploration       DD       451         83,478.6 
                      of the drill hole collar                                               -------------- 
                      o dip and azimuth of the hole                                              RC                        228         13,765.8 
                      o down hole length and interception 
                      depth                                                                       RCDD*                      59         7,722.8 
                      o hole length.                                                          -----------------------  ----------  -------------- 
                       *    If the exclusion of this information is justified on                 Total                      738        104,967.2 
                            the basis that the information is not Material and                -----------------------  ----------  -------------- 
                            this exclusion does not detract from the                               Mine RC         RC      2,120         46,506 
                            understanding of the report, the Competent Person                --------------  --------  ----------  -------------- 
                            should clearly explain why this is the case.                        Bench Holes       BH     125,312      328,498.9 
                                                                                             --------------  --------  ----------  -------------- 
                                                                                                 Underground       UG        8           251.1 
                                                                                             --------------  --------  ----------  -------------- 
                                                                                                                               90 Channel 
                                                                                                           UG              samples       311.52 
                                                                                              -----------------------  ----------  -------------- 
 
                                                                                                *Drill holes which start with RC and continue 
                                                                                                                   with DD 
                                                                                           *    Underground sample data (UG) from Gedabek were used 
                                                                                                 in the estimation. These data were made available 
                                                                                                  from a new tunnel being developed from the Gadir 
                                                                                               underground mine to an area below the current Gedabek 
                                                                                                                     open pit. 
 
 
                                                                                               *    The database contains information related to 
                                                                                                      geological work up to 17(th) April 2018. 
 
 
                                                                                            *    Material drill holes are considered those drilled 
                                                                                                since the time of the last JORC resource statement, 
                                                                                                 as much of the material drilled prior to that has 
                                                                                               been subjected to mining of the reserve. The material 
                                                                                                 drilling is considered to be core drilling and RC 
                                                                                               drilling, and not bench hole (production drilling) as 
                                                                                                 these impact on the interpretation of the overall 
                                                                                                  resource geometry (see [4] for further details). 
 
 
                                                                                          *    Coordinates, RL of the drill collars, dip and azimuth, 
                                                                                                 intersection depth, depth to end of drill hole and 
                                                                                                 hole diameter are presented in appendix A to this 
                                                                                                                      Table 1. 
 
 
                                                                                               Ø DD drillholes are diamond core drillholes 
                                                                                                 Ø RC drillhole are reverse circulation 
                                                                                                                  drillholes 
                                                                                             *    Regarding dip and azimuth data of the core drill 
                                                                                                holes, 73% of drill holes were vertical. The largest 
                                                                                               variation of all vertical drill holes was 3.2 degrees 
                                                                                                 off the vertical confirmed by downhole surveying. 
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 Data 
 aggregation        *    In reporting Exploration Results, weighting averaging       *    Drilling results have been reported using 
 methods                 techniques, maximum and/or minimum grade truncations             intersection intervals based on a gold grade above 
                         (eg cutting of high grades) and cut-off grades are               0.3 gramme per tonne, and internal waste greater or 
                         usually Material and should be stated.                           equal to 1 metre thickness. Grade of both gold and 
                                                                                          silver within the intersections have been stated. The 
                                                                                          results are presented to 2 decimal places. 
                    *    Where aggregate intercepts incorporate short lengths 
                         of high grade results and longer lengths of low grade 
                         results, the procedure used for such aggregation            *    No data aggregation and no sample compositing were 
                         should be stated and some typical examples of such               performed. 
                         aggregations should be shown in detail. 
 
                                                                                     *    Drill sample intervals are based on a 1 metre sample 
                    *    The assumptions used for any reporting of metal                  interval. 
                         equivalent values should be clearly stated. 
 
                                                                                     *    No metal equivalent values have been reported. 
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 Relationship 
 between            *    These relationships are particularly important in the       *    The relationship between mineralisation widths and 
 mineralisation          reporting of Exploration Results.                                intercept lengths in the case of the Gedabek deposit 
 widths and                                                                               is less critical as the mineralisation dominantly 
 intercept                                                                                forms a broad scale oxide zone, underlain by sulphide 
 lengths            *    If the geometry of the mineralisation with respect to            that has varying types of mineral structures of 
                         the drill hole angle is known, its nature should be              varying orientations. However, in the main open pit 
                         reported.                                                        area the overall geometry is sub-horizontal, with 
                                                                                          intersections from vertical drilling. 
 
                    *    If it is not known and only the down hole lengths are 
                         reported, there should be a clear statement to this         *    All intercepts are reported as down-hole lengths. 
                         effect (eg 'down hole length, true width not known'). 
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 Diagrams                                                                             See pdf LINK and supporting report 
                    *    Appropriate maps and sections (with scales) and               {LINK} 
                         tabulations of intercepts should be included for any 
                         significant discovery being reported. These should 
                         include, but not be limited to a plan view of drill 
                         hole collar locations and appropriate sectional 
                         views. 
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 Balanced 
 reporting          *    Where comprehensive reporting of all Exploration            *    Representative reporting of mineral intervals has 
                         Results is not practicable, representative reporting             been previously reported by Anglo Asian Mining via 
                         of both low and high grades and/or widths should be              regulated news service (RNS) announcements of the 
                         practiced to avoid misleading reporting of                       London Stock Exchange (AIM) or on the Company website 
                         Exploration Results.                                             where the previous JORC resource report is presented. 
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 Other 
 substantive        *    Other exploration data, if meaningful and material,              *    Previous Anglo Asian Mining announcements and reports 
 exploration             should be reported including (but not limited to):                    presented on the company website that report on 
 data                    geological observations; geophysical survey results;                  exploration data of the Gedabek deposit include: 
                         geochemical survey results; bulk samples - size and 
                         method of treatment; metallurgical test results; bulk 
                         density, groundwater, geotechnical and rock                     Ø 2007-01_SRK Resource Report 
                         characteristics; potential deleterious or                       Ø 2014-04_CAE JORC Mineral Resources 
                         contaminating substances.                                       - Gedabek Mineral Deposit - April 2014 (rev1) 
                                                                                         Ø JORC Mineral Reserve Estimate - Gedabek 
                                                                                         Mineral Deposit - Oct 2014 (27-11-14) - Final 
                                                                                         Ø Anglo Asian Mining Interim & Annual 
                                                                                         Reports 
                                                                                         Ø Exploration update RNS 
                                                                                          *    Additional information including photographs of the 
                                                                                               Gedabek area can be viewed on the Anglo Asian Mining 
                                                                                               website, http://www.angloasianmining.com 
 
 
                                                                                          *    Geotechnical assessments of the backwall to the open 
                                                                                               pit have been carried out by the independent 
                                                                                               engineering company, CQA Limited, who have produced 
                                                                                               the following reports: 
 
 
                                                                                         Ø CQA Report on Mine Slope Stability. 
                                                                                         02/09/2013 
                                                                                         Ø CQA 20231 pit slope stability letter 
                                                                                         report. 03/09/2014 
                                                                                         Ø Mine Slope_Clarification letter. 04/05.2016 
                                                                                         Ø 30343 Pit slope letter report. 14/08/2018 
                                                                                         Ø Gedabey Slope Angles CQA 2.xls 21/08/2018 
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 Further work 
                    *    The nature and scale of planned further work (eg                  *    Further exploration drilling is planned at the 
                         tests for lateral extensions or depth extensions or                    Gedabek deposit. The targets for this drilling 
                         large-scale step-out drilling).                                        include: 
 
 
                    *    Diagrams clearly highlighting the areas of possible              Ø Southerly extension of copper mineralisation 
                         extensions, including the main geological                        on the periphery of the current open pit. 
                         interpretations and future drilling areas, provided              Ø Down dip extension drilling of the 
                         this information is not commercially sensitive.                  mineralisation 
                                                                                          Ø Accessing from underground and drilling 
                                                                                          the down dip extension to the open pit mineralisation. 
                                                                                           *    No diagrams to show possible extensions are presented 
                                                                                                in this document as this information is commercially 
                                                                                                sensitive. 
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Section 3 Estimation and Reporting of Mineral Resources

(Criteria listed in section 1, and where relevant in section 2, also apply to this section.)

 
 Criteria         JORC Code explanation                                         Commentary 
 Database 
 integrity          *    Measures taken to ensure that data has not been          *    The Gedabek database is stored in Excel(R) and 
                         corrupted by, for example, transcription or keying            Access(R) software. A dedicated database manager has 
                         errors, between its initial collection and its use            been assigned who checks the data entry against the 
                         for Mineral Resource estimation purposes.                     laboratory report and survey data. 
 
 
                    *    Data validation procedures used.                         *    Geological data is entered by a geologist to ensure 
                                                                                       no confusion over terminology, while laboratory assay 
                                                                                       data is entered by the data entry staff. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    A variety of manual and data checks are in place to 
                                                                                       check against human error of data entry. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    All original geological logs, survey data and 
                                                                                       laboratory results sheets are retained in a secure 
                                                                                       location. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Independent consultants "Datamine" who carried out 
                                                                                       the resource estimation also carried out periodic 
                                                                                       database validation during the period of geological 
                                                                                       data collection, as well as on completion of the 
                                                                                       database. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The validation procedures used include random 
                                                                                       checking of data as compared the original data sheet, 
                                                                                       validation of position of drillholes in 3D models, 
                                                                                       and targeting figures deemed "anomalous" following 
                                                                                       statistical analysis. Hence there are several levels 
                                                                                       of control. 
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 Site visits 
                    *    Comment on any site visits undertaken by the             *    The CP is an employee of the company and as such has 
                         Competent Person and the outcome of those visits.             been actively in a position to be fully aware of all 
                                                                                       stages of the exploration and project development. 
                                                                                       The CP has worked very closely with the independent 
                    *    If no site visits have been undertaken indicate why           resource and reserve estimation staff of Datamine, 
                         this is the case.                                             both on site and remotely, to ensure knowledge 
                                                                                       transfer of the geological situation, to allow 
                                                                                       geological "credibility" to the modelling process. 
                                                                                       Extensive visits have been carried out by two staff 
                                                                                       of Datamine over the last years and have been fully 
                                                                                       aware of the Gedabek project development. All aspects 
                                                                                       of the data collection and data management has been 
                                                                                       observed. 
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 Geological 
 interpretation    *    Confidence in (or conversely, the uncertainty of )        *    The geological interpretation is considered robust. 
                        the geological interpretation of the mineral deposit.          Geological data collection includes surface mapping 
                                                                                       and outcrop sampling, RC, core drilling and 
                                                                                       production drilling (grade control) RC and bench 
                   *    Nature of the data used and of any assumptions made.           holes. This has amassed a significant amount of 
                                                                                       information for the deposit. Various software 
                                                                                       packages have been used to model the deposit, 
                   *    The effect, if any, of alternative interpretations on          including Leapfrog Geo(R), Surpac(R) and Datamine 
                        Mineral Resource estimation.                                   (R). 
 
 
                   *    The use of geology in guiding and controlling Mineral     *    The geological team have worked in the licence area 
                        Resource estimation.                                           for many years (since the commencement of Gedabek 
                                                                                       exploration by Anglo Asian Mining staff in year 2005) 
                                                                                       and the understanding and confidence of the 
                   *    The factors affecting continuity both of grade and             geological interpretation is considered high. 
                        geology. 
 
                                                                                  *    The geological interpretation of the geology has 
                                                                                       changed from the time of the previous JORC resource 
                                                                                       statement to that of the current study. The geology 
                                                                                       was previously considered to be a "porphyry" style, 
                                                                                       whereas the current interpretation is that the 
                                                                                       geology is high sulphidation epithermal in nature. 
                                                                                       Mining of the deposit has provided a vast amount of 
                                                                                       data of the nature of mineralisation and its 
                                                                                       structural control. The effect this has had on the 
                                                                                       resource estimation relates to the reduction in 
                                                                                       length of the sample ellipse search parameters. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The geology has guided the resource estimation, 
                                                                                       especially the structural control, where for example 
                                                                                       faulting has defined "hard" boundaries to 
                                                                                       mineralisation. The deposit structural orientation 
                                                                                       was used to control the orientation of the drilling 
                                                                                       grid and the resource estimation search ellipse 
                                                                                       orientation. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Grade and geological continuity have been established 
                                                                                       by extensive 3D data collection. The deposit has 
                                                                                       dimension of about 1300 metres by 800 metres, and the 
                                                                                       continuity is well understood, especially in relation 
                                                                                       to structural effects due to the mining activity of 
                                                                                       the deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Grade investigations show two types of mineralisation 
                                                                                       in the deposit; gold mineralisation (plus copper) and 
                                                                                       copper (no/low gold) style mineralisation. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    A geological interpretation of two mineralised types 
                                                                                       was completed utilising geological sections typically 
                                                                                       at spacing of about 10 metres that comprised 128 
                                                                                       sections. This interpretation was used to develop a 
                                                                                       set of wireframes (solid) in Datamine that were 
                                                                                       subsequently used as the main domain/mineralised 
                                                                                       zones for resource estimation. 
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 Dimensions 
                   *    The extent and variability of the Mineral Resource        *    The footprint of the whole mineralisation zone is 
                        expressed as length (along strike or otherwise), plan          about 1300 metres by 800 metres. 
                        width, and depth below surface to the upper and lower 
                        limits of the Mineral Resource. 
                                                                                  *    The upper elevation of ore (high grade) in the pit is 
                                                                                       at about 1620-1600 metre level. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The upper elevation of ore (medium to low grade) in 
                                                                                       the pit is at about 1670-1650 metre level. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The current established base to mineralisation 
                                                                                       beneath the floor of the open pit at an elevation of 
                                                                                       1595 to 1590 metres. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    the elevation of the deepest known mineralisation 
                                                                                       below the backwall of the open pit at 1550 to 1500 
                                                                                       metres (currently). 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The overall average thickness of ore is up to 20 
                                                                                       metres. 
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 Estimation 
  and modelling    *    The nature and appropriateness of the estimation                *    A geological interpretation of two sets of 
  techniques            technique(s) applied and key assumptions, including                  mineralised types were completed utilising 128 
                        treatment of extreme grade values, domaining,                        geological sections typically at spacings of about 10 
                        interpolation parameters and maximum distance of                     metres. These interpretations were used to form 
                        extrapolation from data points. If a computer                        wireframes (solid) in Datamine that were subsequently 
                        assisted estimation method was chosen include a                      used as the main domains/mineralised zones for 
                        description of computer software and parameters used.                resource estimation. Estimation process includes: 
 
 
                   *    The availability of check estimates, previous                   *    All data (DD,RC,BH) were flagged as either being 
                        estimates and/or mine production records and whether                 inside and outside of main zones of mineralisation. 
                        the Mineral Resource estimate takes appropriate 
                        account of such data. 
                                                                                        *    Outlier study of gold, copper and silver showed a few 
                                                                                             samples out of range following data analysis. 
                   *    The assumptions made regarding recovery of                           Different top-cuts are calculated for individual 
                        by-products.                                                         mineralisation zones as below: 
 
 
                   *    Estimation of deleterious elements or other non-grade          o Gold Mineralisation: Au 60.12 g/t, Cu 12.07% 
                        variables of economic significance (eg sulphur for             and Ag 391.5 g/t 
                        acid mine drainage characterisation).                          o Copper Mineralisation: Au 4.34 g/t, Cu 3.84% 
                                                                                       and Ag 56 g/t 
                                                                                       o Out of Mineralisation zones: Au 25.12 g/t, 
                   *    In the case of block model interpolation, the block            Cu 2.63% and Ag 144.56 g/t               Yearly Production (since 2014) 
                        size in relation to the average sample spacing and                Year      2014      2015      2016      2017      2018 
                        the search employed.                                            Tonnage    1376270   1822172   1557207   712444   28325.46 
                                                                                                  --------  --------  --------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                        Au, g/t     2.307     2.081     1.430    1.176     0.923 
                   *    Any assumptions behind modelling of selective mining                      --------  --------  --------  -------  --------- 
                        units.                                                          Ag, g/t    19.152    18.873    15.002    10.527    7.711 
                                                                                                  --------  --------  --------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                        Cu, g/t     0.572     0.638     0.401    0.422     0.277 
                   *    Any assumptions about correlation between variables.                      --------  --------  --------  -------  --------- 
 
 
                   *    Description of how the geological interpretation was            *    Drill holes data was composited at 2.5m lengths along 
                        used to control the resource estimates.                              the holes. 
 
 
                   *    Discussion of basis for using or not using grade                *    Initial variogram studies did not show a robust 
                        cutting or capping.                                                  variogram suitable for estimation, because of: 
 
 
                   *    The process of validation, the checking process used,          o Geometry of mineralisation and variation 
                        the comparison of model data to drill hole data, and           in dip and direction of mineralisation. 
                        use of reconciliation data if available.                       o High variation in grades over short distances 
                                                                                       o Effect of faults which moved mineralisation. 
                                                                                       o Very high density of data near to surface 
                                                                                       as compared to depth. 
                                                                                       o This situation also has potential for producing 
                                                                                       negative weights in Kriging. 
                                                                                        *    Based on this, Inverse Power Distance (IPD) method 
                                                                                             with good Dynamic Anisotropy search volume was 
                                                                                             selected for resource estimation. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    For "dynamic" search volume, an interpretation of 
                                                                                             mineralisation dip and dip direction was completed by 
                                                                                             using mineralisation and geological cross-sections 
                                                                                             (128 sections). This was conducted separately for 
                                                                                             Gold and Copper styles of mineralisation. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    The dip and dip direction were estimated for each 
                                                                                             block using Dynamic Anisotropy method of Datamine 
                                                                                             software. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    As part of the estimation strategy, 4 different 
                                                                                             "models" were estimated: 
 
 
                                                                                       1- Gold model, 
                                                                                       2- Copper model 
                                                                                       3- BH model (pit surface) and 
                                                                                       4- Mineralisation Outside Model boundaries 
                                                                                       (OM "Model") 
                                                                                        *    for models 1 & 2; search radii (strike, down-dip, and 
                                                                                             thickness) for Gold and Copper models are presented 
                                                                                             below: 
 
 
                                                                                       o First search: 50x50x5m. 
                                                                                       o Second search: 100x100x10m 
                                                                                       o Third search: 200x200x20m. 
                                                                                       Minimum and Maximum number of samples were 
                                                                                       4 and 12 for first and second search radii 
                                                                                       and 1 and 12 for third search radii. 
                                                                                        *    Search radii for the BH model is shown below: 
 
 
                                                                                       o First search: 5x5x2.5m. 
                                                                                       Min and Max of samples were 1 and 5 for all 
                                                                                       search parameters. 
                                                                                        *    Search radii for non-modelled data are shown below: 
 
 
                                                                                       o First search: 10x10x2.5m. 
                                                                                       o Second search: 20x20x5m 
                                                                                       o Third search: 50x50x12.5m. 
                                                                                       Min and Max of samples were 1 and 12 for all 
                                                                                       search ellipses. 
                                                                                        *    Estimation was carried out using Inverse Power 
                                                                                             Distance (IPD) of the parent block. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    The estimated block model grades were visually 
                                                                                             validated against the input data (DD, RC, BH & UG). 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Comparisons were carried out against the drillhole 
                                                                                             data by bench. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    The resource estimation was carried out using 
                                                                                             Datamine Studio RM software. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    The deposit contains gold, copper and silver 
                                                                                             mineralisation and other base metal were tested, and 
                                                                                             full multi-element analysis was carried out at 
                                                                                             external laboratories. Results showed no other 
                                                                                             by-products. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Deleterious non-grade elements and the situation of 
                                                                                             regarding acid rock drainage (ARD) studies were 
                                                                                             checked. The extraction ratio of ore types by 
                                                                                             oxidation are 32% oxide, 13% transition and 55% 
                                                                                             sulphide. Current monitoring of deleterious effects 
                                                                                             results in no immediate concerns. Should future 
                                                                                             mining of the sulphide zone or sulphide be present in 
                                                                                             any waste rocks, independent on-site environmental 
                                                                                             engineers will monitor and recommend mitigation of 
                                                                                             effects of deleterious elements. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Bench hole drill hole pattern was generally 5x5x2.5m, 
                                                                                             grade control RC drill pattern was about 10x10m with 
                                                                                             depths ranging from 2 to 61 (for mine RC drilling) 
                                                                                             metres. 
 
 
                                                                                        *    The block model was then created with parent block 
                                                                                             cell size of 2.5x2.5x2.5 metres. Sub-blocking is not 
                                                                                             allowed in X and Y but in Z direction minimum to 1/2 
                                                                                             of block height. This is considered optimum with 
                                                                                             regards the data spacing and for the planned 
                                                                                             extraction design, with a minimum of 2.5 metre open 
                                                                                             pit benches in "ore". 
 
 
                                                                                        *    Previous estimates and mine production records were 
                                                                                             made available for the current estimation process and 
                                                                                             takes appropriate account of such data. 
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 Moisture                                                                       *    Tonnage has been estimated on a dry basis 
                    *    Whether the tonnages are estimated on a dry basis or 
                         with natural moisture, and the method of 
                         determination of the moisture content. 
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 Cut-off 
 parameters         *    The basis of the adopted cut-off grade(s) or quality     *    Continuity of grade was assessed at a range of 
                         parameters applied.                                           cut-offs between 0.1g/t gold and 1.0g/t gold in 
                                                                                       0.1g/t increments. A tonnage-Grade table and graph 
                                                                                       was prepared based on different cut-off. Following 
                                                                                       interrogation of data and continuity, the resources 
                                                                                       area reported above 0.3 g/t gold grade cut-off. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    In the copper mineralisation model, resources 
                                                                                       comprised copper mineralisation and very low to zero 
                                                                                       grade gold. This copper gold relationship is also 
                                                                                       present in parts of the gold model. A copper resource 
                                                                                       table was prepared for blocks with Au 
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 Mining factors 
 or assumptions    *    Assumptions made regarding possible mining methods,       *    The resource estimation has been carried out on 
                        minimum mining dimensions and internal (or, if                 mineralisation that is currently being mined by open 
                        applicable, external) mining dilution. It is always            pit. Given the geometry of the mineralised zone, the 
                        necessary as part of the process of determining                fact the central part is exposed at surface, and a 
                        reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction          low forecast waste ratio, continuation of an open pit 
                        to consider potential mining methods, but the                  mining method is selected. Mining dilution and mining 
                        assumptions made regarding mining methods and                  dimensions are referenced in Section 4 (Estimation 
                        parameters when estimating Mineral Resources may not           and Reporting of Ore reserves). 
                        always be rigorous. Where this is the case, this 
                        should be reported with an explanation of the basis 
                        of the mining assumptions made.                           *    The mineralisation is known to dip below a hill and 
                                                                                       as such the economic open pit limit is likely to be 
                                                                                       determined by the costs related to the mining strip 
                                                                                       ratio (ore:waste) movement and the value of the mined 
                                                                                       material. The down dip extension of mineralisation is 
                                                                                       planned to be accessed from underground via an 
                                                                                       adjacent underground mining operation (Gadir Mine). 
                                                                                       This will allow for future underground drilling. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The results of this work will determine the economic 
                                                                                       viability of underground mining, and the transition 
                                                                                       timing from open pit to underground or the option for 
                                                                                       parallel mining from both open pit and underground. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Other mining factor are not applied at this stage. 
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 Metallurgical 
  factors or       *    The basis for assumptions or predictions regarding        *    The Company currently operates an agitated leach 
  assumptions           metallurgical amenability. It is always necessary as           plant, a flotation plant, a crushed heap leach 
                        part of the process of determining reasonable                  facility, and a run-of-mine dump leach facility. Ore 
                        prospects for eventual economic extraction to                  from the current open pit mine is processed by these 
                        consider potential metallurgical methods, but the              methods. As such, the basis for assumptions and 
                        assumptions regarding metallurgical treatment                  predictions of processing routes and type of "ores" 
                        processes and parameters made when reporting Mineral           suitable for each process available are well 
                        Resources may not always be rigorous. Where this is            understood. 
                        the case, this should be reported with an explanation 
                        of the basis of the metallurgical assumptions made. 
                                                                                  *    Metallurgical testwork has been carried out to assess 
                                                                                       the amenability of the Gedabek mineralisation to 
                                                                                       cyanidation and leaching processes and flotation 
                                                                                       process. The results showed a high level of 
                                                                                       amenability. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Prior to the start of mining from an ore block, 
                                                                                       samples are taken (from production drill holes) to 
                                                                                       assess the metallurgical characteristics to 
                                                                                       understand which process method is best suited to 
                                                                                       manage the ore type, and which process method will 
                                                                                       provide not only the greatest recovery but value. 
                                                                                       Following this geometallurgical testing, the ore 
                                                                                       block is allocated to a process route depending on 
                                                                                       grade, mineral content and amenability to leaching. 
                                                                                       Generally, if the ore contains high gold and low 
                                                                                       copper, and leaching test result is acceptable, then 
                                                                                       the ore is sent to the agitation leaching plant. If 
                                                                                       gold values are low, but the ore contains high copper, 
                                                                                       it is sent to flotation plant. If the ore contains 
                                                                                       both high gold and high copper, then metallurgical 
                                                                                       tests are made to determine the greater value process 
                                                                                       method. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    This metallurgical and geological understanding is 
                                                                                       utilised to classify the ore types according a 
                                                                                       geometallurgical classification developed in-house. 
                                                                                       The ore types are classed according to comminution 
                                                                                       and process amenability. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    No metallurgical factor assumptions have been used in 
                                                                                       mineral resource estimation. 
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 Environmental 
  factors or       *    Assumptions made regarding possible waste and process     *    The Gedabek deposit is located within a mining 
  assumptions           residue disposal options. It is always necessary as            contract area in which the company operates two other 
                        part of the process of determining reasonable                  mines. As part of the initial start-up, environmental 
                        prospects for eventual economic extraction to                  studies and impacts were assessed and reported. This 
                        consider the potential environmental impacts of the            includes the nature of process waste as managed in 
                        mining and processing operation. While at this stage           the tailings management facility (TMF). Other waste 
                        the determination of potential environmental impacts,          products are fully managed under the HSEC team of the 
                        particularly for a greenfields project, may not                company (including disposal of mine equipment waste 
                        always be well advanced, the status of early                   such as lubricants and oils). 
                        consideration of these potential environmental 
                        impacts should be reported. Where these aspects have 
                        not been considered this should be reported with an       *    An independent environmental engineering company CQA 
                        explanation of the environmental assumptions made.             International Ltd (CQA) has carried out a study of 
                                                                                       production waste management, and designed and 
                                                                                       supervised the construction of the TMF and the recent 
                                                                                       TMF expansion. CQA have permanent representation at 
                                                                                       Gedabek. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    No environmental assumptions have been used in 
                                                                                       mineral resource estimation. 
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 Bulk density 
                   *    Whether assumed or determined. If assumed, the basis      *    Bulk density measurements have been determined. A 
                        for the assumptions. If determined, the method used,           total of 6366 samples were tested from selected core 
                        whether wet or dry, the frequency of the measurements          samples that comprised both mineralisation and waste 
                  ,                                                                    rocks. The density was tested by rock type, extent of 
                        the nature, size and representativeness of the                 alteration and depth. The method used was hydrostatic 
                        samples.                                                       weighing. 
 
 
                   *    The bulk density for bulk material must have been         *    Of the 6366 samples, 4725 density measurement samples 
                        measured by methods that adequately account for void           are below current topography (01 May 2018) 
                        spaces (vugs, porosity, etc), moisture and                     wireframes. The average density of these samples in 
                        differences between rock and alteration zones within           the gold mineralisation wireframe is 2.66 t/m(3) , in 
                        the deposit.                                                   copper mineralisation is 2.61 t/m(3) and the 
                                                                                       remaining samples outside the gold and copper 
                                                                                       wireframes is 2.67 t/m(3) . These densities have been 
                   *    Discuss assumptions for bulk density estimates used            used for resource calculation. 
                        in the evaluation process of the different materials. 
 
                                                                                  *    Density data are considered appropriate for Mineral 
                                                                                       Resource and Mineral Reserve estimation. 
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 Classification 
                   *    The basis for the classification of the Mineral                            *    The Mineral Resource has been classified on the basis 
                        Resources into varying confidence categories.                                   of confidence in the continuity of mineralised zones, 
                                                                                                        as assessed by the geological block model based on 
                                                                                                        sample density, drilling density, and confidence in 
                   *    Whether appropriate account has been taken of all                               the geological database. Depending on the estimation 
                        relevant factors (ie relative confidence in                                     parameters (number of samples per search volume), the 
                        tonnage/grade estimations, reliability of input data,                           resources were classified as Measured, Indicated or 
                        confidence in continuity of geology and metal values,                           Inferred Mineral resources, as defined by the 
                        quality, quantity and distribution of the data).                                parameters below: 
 
 
                   *    Whether the result appropriately reflects the                              *    Model 1 & model 2: Gold model & Copper model 
                        Competent Person's view of the deposit. 
 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks inside the mineralised zone 
                                                                                                  that capture at least 4 samples with at least 
                                                                                                  2 drill holes in first search volume (50x50x5m) 
                                                                                                  were considered as Measured Resources. 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks inside the mineralised zone 
                                                                                                  that capture at least 4 samples from at least 
                                                                                                  2 drill holes data in second search volume 
                                                                                                  (100x100x10m) are considered as Indicated 
                                                                                                  Resources. 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks inside the mineralised zone 
                                                                                                  which fall within with in third search volume 
                                                                                                  (200x200x20m) are considered as Inferred Resources. 
 
                                                                                                   *    Model 3 - BH 
 
 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks which fall within first search 
                                                                                                  volume (5x5x2.5m) were considered as Measured 
                                                                                                  Resources. 
 
                                                                                                   *    Model 4 - OM Model 
 
 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks in first search volume (10x10x2.5m) 
                                                                                                  were considered as Measured Resources. 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks that capture at least 4 samples 
                                                                                                  from at least 2 drill holes data in second 
                                                                                                  search volume (20x20x5m) are considered as 
                                                                                                  Measured Resources and other blocks in second 
                                                                                                  search volume are considered as Indicated 
                                                                                                  Resources 
                                                                                                  Ø Blocks that capture at least 7 samples 
                                                                                                  from at least 3 holes data in third search 
                                                                                                  volume (50x50x12.5m) are considered as Indicated 
                                                                                                  Resources and other blocks in third search 
                                                                                                  volume are considered as Inferred Resources. 
                                                                                                   *    The results reflect the Competent Person's view of 
                                                                                                        the deposit. 
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 Audits or 
  reviews           *    The results of any audits or reviews of Mineral          *    Datamine company developed and audited the Mineral 
                         Resource estimates.                                           Resource block model. Two Datamine engineers worked 
                                                                                       on the resources and reserves and were able to verify 
                                                                                       the work and procedures. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Datamine have been involved with Gedabek mining and 
                                                                                       processing and other mining projects of the company 
                                                                                       within the same licence area as Gedabek and as such 
                                                                                       are familiar with the processing methods available, 
                                                                                       the value chain of the mining and its cost structure. 
                                                                                       The data has been audited and considered robust for 
                                                                                       Mineral Resource estimates. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Internal company and external reviews of the Mineral 
                                                                                       Resources yield estimates that are consistent with 
                                                                                       the Mineral Resource results. The methods used 
                                                                                       include sectional estimation, and three-dimensional 
                                                                                       modelling utilising both geostatistical and inverse 
                                                                                       distance methodologies. All results showed good 
                                                                                       correlation. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Recommendations including upgrading laboratory and 
                                                                                       associated assay management systems, and the future 
                                                                                       implementation of a laboratory information management 
                                                                                       system (LIMS) have been proposed by the Competent 
                                                                                       Person. 
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 Discussion 
  of relative      *    Where appropriate a statement of the relative             *    Statistical and visual checking of the block model is 
  accuracy/             accuracy and confidence level in the Mineral Resource          as expected given the geological data. The 
  confidence            estimate using an approach or procedure deemed                 mineralisation is relatively tightly constrained 
                        appropriate by the Competent Person. For example, the          geologically with a clear hangingwall, the level of 
                        application of statistical or geostatistical                   data acquired considered high and the resource 
                        procedures to quantify the relative accuracy of the            estimation approach is to international best 
                        resource within stated confidence limits, or, if such          practice. The application of both statistical and 
                        an approach is not deemed appropriate, a qualitative           geostatistical approaches results in high confidence 
                        discussion of the factors that could affect the                of the resource resulting in the appropriate relative 
                        relative accuracy and confidence of the estimate.              amounts of Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral 
                                                                                       resources. The margins of the deposit (both along 
                                                                                       strike and at depth) where sample density was not as 
                   *    The statement should specify whether it relates to             high as over main central mineralised zone, yielded 
                        global or local estimates, and, if local, state the            the majority of the Inferred category resource, due 
                        relevant tonnages, which should be relevant to                 to less dense drillhole spacing. 
                        technical and economic evaluation. Documentation 
                        should include assumptions made and the procedures 
                        used.                                                     *    The drilling grid and sample interval is sufficient 
                                                                                       to assign Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources. 
 
                   *    These statements of relative accuracy and confidence 
                        of the estimate should be compared with production        *    The Mineral Resource statement relates to a global 
                        data, where available.                                         estimate for the Gedabek deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The Gedabek deposit has been in production since 
                                                                                       2009. As part of the mining process, grade control 
                                                                                       drilling, truck sampling and process reconciliation 
                                                                                       forms part of the daily management. Hence, extensive 
                                                                                       production data is available for comparison. The 
                                                                                       estimated resource relative accuracy compares well to 
                                                                                       the production data, and the confidence in the 
                                                                                       estimate given the amount of geological data is 
                                                                                       considered high. Future extraction of mineralisation, 
                                                                                       grade control and mining data will continue to be 
                                                                                       used to compare with the Resource model. 
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Section 4 Estimation and Reporting of Ore Reserves

(Criteria listed in section 1, and where relevant in sections 2 and 3, also apply to this section.)

 
 Criteria         JORC Code explanation                                         Commentary 
 Mineral 
 Resource           *    Description of the Mineral Resource estimate used as                          *    Refer to Section 3 (Estimation and Reporting of 
 estimate for            a basis for the conversion to an Ore Reserve.                                                     Mineral Resources) 
 conversion 
 to Ore 
 Reserves           *    Clear statement as to whether the Mineral Resources                         *    Two resources have been produced based on the style 
                         are reported additional to, or inclusive of, the Ore                            of mineralisation; 1) a gold model that contains both 
                         Reserves.                                                                        gold and copper mineralisation where gold is above a 
                                                                                                            0.3g/t cut-off and 2) a copper model containing 
                                                                                                           copper and minor gold mineralisation where gold is 
                                                                                                                       less than 0.2g/t cut-off. 
 
 
                                                                                                      *    For each of the gold model and copper model, three 
                                                                                                           tables have been prepared, a) resources statement 
                                                                                                           showing tonnes & grade, b) the contained metal by 
                                                                                                          class, and c) the percentage of metal by class. The 
                                                                                                             resources from each model are presented below: 
 
 
                                                                                                        *    A JORC resource estimate comprising Measured, 
                                                                                                           Indicated and Inferred Resources has been made for 
                                                                                                           the Gedabek Deposit at a cut-off grade of 0.3 g/t 
                                                                                                            gold and after top-cutting (as tabulated below): 
 
 
 
                                                                                                            1- Gold Mineral resources (Cut off 0.3g/t 
                                                                                    Au)  Mineral Resources    Tonnage (Mt)     Gold Grade       Copper Grade      Silver Grade 
                                                                                                                                  (g/t)              (%)             (g/t) 
                                                                                      Measured                     17.99              0.92              0.21             8.30 
                                                                                                           -------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                      Indicated                    11.10              0.74              0.14             5.64 
                                                                                                           -------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                      Measured+Indicated           29.09              0.85              0.18             7.28 
                                                                                                           -------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                      Inferred                      8.49              0.69              0.11             4.99 
                                                                                                           -------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                      Total                        37.58              0.82              0.17             6.76 
                                                                                                           -------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------- 
 
                                                                                                     *    The contained metal in ounces of gold and silver and 
                                                                                                                  tonnes of copper is presented below: 
 
                                                                                                 Mineral Resources         Gold        Copper ('000 T)       Silver 
                                                                                                                     ('000 ounces)                      ('000 ounces) 
                                                                                              Measured                         532             38.01            4,800 
                                                                                                                   ---------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                              Indicated                        264             15.66            2,011 
                                                                                                                   ---------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                              Measured+Indicated               796             53.68            6,811 
                                                                                                                   ---------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                              Inferred                         189              9.70            1,361 
                                                                                                                   ---------------  ----------------  --------------- 
                                                                                              Total                            986             63.37            8,172 
                                                                                                                   ---------------  ----------------  --------------- 
 
                                                                                                    *    The relative % of contained metal shows a very high % 
                                                                                                          of Measured Resource and Indicated Resource that can 
                                                                                                                   be tested for Reserve estimation. 
 
                                                                                                         Mineral Resources    % gold    % copper   % silver 
                                                                                                                               ounces    Tonnes     ounces 
                                                                                                        Measured                  54%        60%        59% 
                                                                                                                             --------  ---------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Indicated                 27%        25%        25% 
                                                                                                                             --------  ---------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Measured+Indicated        81%        85%        83% 
                                                                                                                             --------  ---------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Inferred                  19%        15%        17% 
                                                                                                                             --------  ---------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Total                    100%       100%       100% 
                                                                                                                             --------  ---------  --------- 
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                            2- Copper resources (Au<0.3 g/t and Cu cut 
                                                                                                                           off 0.2% cu) 
                                                                                                      Mineral Resources    Tonnage    Gold    Copper   Silver 
                                                                                                                             (Mt)     Grade    Grade    Grade 
                                                                                                                                      (g/t)     (%)     (g/t) 
                                                                                                     Measured                 4.47     0.10     0.50     1.80 
                                                                                                                          --------  -------  -------  ------- 
                                                                                                     Indicated                0.79     0.08     0.49     1.27 
                                                                                                                          --------  -------  -------  ------- 
                                                                                                     Measured+Indicated       5.25     0.09     0.49     1.72 
                                                                                                                          --------  -------  -------  ------- 
                                                                                                     Inferred                 0.44     0.06     0.40     1.37 
                                                                                                                          --------  -------  -------  ------- 
                                                                                                     Total                    5.69     0.09     0.49     1.70 
                                                                                                                          --------  -------  -------  ------- 
 
 
                                                                                                     *    The contained metal in ounces of gold and silver and 
                                                                                                                  tonnes of copper is presented below: 
 
                                                                                                          Mineral Resources      Gold     Copper    Silver 
                                                                                                                                 ('000     ('000     ('000 
                                                                                                                               ounces)     T)      ounces) 
                                                                                                        Measured                    14    22.17        259 
                                                                                                                             ---------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Indicated                    2     3.83         32 
                                                                                                                             ---------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Measured+Indicated          16    26.00        291 
                                                                                                                             ---------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Inferred                     1     1.73         19 
                                                                                                                             ---------  -------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Total                       17    27.73        310 
                                                                                                                             ---------  -------  --------- 
 
 
 
                                                                                                    *    The relative % of contained metal shows a very high % 
                                                                                                          of Measured Resource and Indicated Resource that can 
                                                                                                                   be tested for Reserve estimation. 
 
 
                                                                                                         Mineral Resources    % gold    %Copper   % silver 
                                                                                                                                ounces    Tonnes    ounces 
                                                                                                        Measured                  82%       80%        83% 
                                                                                                                             --------  --------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Indicated                 13%       14%        10% 
                                                                                                                             --------  --------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Measured+Indicated        95%       94%        94% 
                                                                                                                             --------  --------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Inferred                   5%        6%         6% 
                                                                                                                             --------  --------  --------- 
                                                                                                        Total                    100%      100%       100% 
                                                                                                                             --------  --------  --------- 
 
 
                                                                                                         *    The Ore Reserve statement is inclusive (not 
                                                                                                               additional to) of the Resource statement. 
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 Site visits 
                    *    Comment on any site visits undertaken by the             *    The Competent Person is an employee of the company 
                         Competent Person and the outcome of those visits.             and as such has been actively in a position to be 
                                                                                       fully aware of all stages of the exploration and 
                                                                                       project development including the estimation of 
                    *    If no site visits have been undertaken indicate why           Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves. The Competent 
                         this is the case.                                             Person has worked very closely with the independent 
                                                                                       resource and reserve estimation staff of Datamine 
                                                                                       company, both on site and remotely, to ensure 
                                                                                       knowledge transfer of the geological situation, to 
                                                                                       allow geological "credibility" to the modelling 
                                                                                       process. Extensive visits have been carried out by 
                                                                                       two members of staff from Datamine (one of whom 
                                                                                       estimated the resources and one estimate the 
                                                                                       reserves) since 2015 and the last visit was in July 
                                                                                       2018. Both consultants have been and are fully aware 
                                                                                       of the Gedabek mine operation. All aspects of the 
                                                                                       data collection and data management has been 
                                                                                       observed. 
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 Study status 
                   *    The type and level of study undertaken to enable          *    Study undertaken to enable Mineral Resources to be 
                        Mineral Resources to be converted to Ore Reserves.             converted to Ore Reserves are considered as being 
                                                                                       Feasibility level. The ore will be mined utilising 
                                                                                       the current mining fleet and will be processed in the 
                   *    The Code requires that a study to at least                     current processing facilities of the Company which 
                        Pre-Feasibility Study level has been undertaken to             operates two other mines in the same licence/contract 
                        convert Mineral Resources to Ore Reserves. Such                area. The Gedabek resource is considered to part of 
                        studies will have been carried out and will have               the same geological terrain. 
                        determined a mine plan that is technically achievable 
                        and economically viable, and that material Modifying 
                        Factors have been considered.                             *    A technically achievable mine plan that is 
                                                                                       economically viable has been designed taking into 
                                                                                       consideration the JORC resources and modifying 
                                                                                       factors. 
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 Cut-off 
 parameters         *    The basis of the cut-off grade(s) or quality             *    Financial factors included in the cut-off grade 
                         parameters applied.                                           estimates are mining, process and overhead costs, 
                                                                                       mining dilution, payable gold and silver prices, and 
                                                                                       processing recovery that are used in the basis for 
                                                                                       cut-off grade calculation. 
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 Mining factors 
 or assumptions    *    The method and assumptions used as reported in the        *    On establishing the modifying factors, the Mineral 
                        Pre-Feasibility or Feasibility Study to convert the            Reserve has been optimised using the Datamine NPV 
                        Mineral Resource to an Ore Reserve (i.e. either by             Scheduler(R) software. This resulted in the economic 
                        application of appropriate factors by optimisation or          open pit shell and contained mineable material in 
                        by preliminary or detailed design).                            that pit shell. Subsequently, this was further 
                                                                                       optimised in the mine design process, using Datamine 
                                                                                       Studio OP (R) software, where bench toe and crest, 
                   *    The choice, nature and appropriateness of the                  catch benches and haul road layout was designed. The 
                        selected mining method(s) and other mining parameters          final mineable material comprised the Ore Reserves. 
                        including associated design issues such as pre-strip, 
                        access, etc. 
                                                                                  *    The mining method selected is by open pit mining 
                                                                                       method given the orebody geometry and the position 
                   *    The assumptions made regarding geotechnical                    relative to topographic surface. The central part of 
                        parameters (eg pit slopes, stope sizes, etc), grade            the orebody is exposed at surface. Access to the 
                        control and pre-production drilling.                           orebody is from surface. The open pit mining method 
                                                                                       is considered appropriate and will comprise 
                                                                                       conventional truck and shovel. 
                   *    The major assumptions made and Mineral Resource model 
                        used for pit and stope optimisation (if appropriate). 
                                                                                  *    Pit slope angles have been determined based on an 
                                                                                       independent geotechnical investigation carried out by 
                   *    The mining dilution factors used.                              CQA International Limited, taking into account 
                                                                                       geological structure, rock type and design 
                                                                                       orientation parameters with regards geotechnical 
                   *    The mining recovery factors used.                              parameters. The maximum overall pit slope angle is 45 
                                                                                       degrees containing an average bench batter angle of 
                                                                                       60 degree (maximum). The maximum bench height is 20 
                   *    Any minimum mining widths used.                                metres in the competent waste strata which is from 
                                                                                       the 1660 metre level and above. The maximum bench 
                                                                                       height below the 1660 metre level (in mineralisation 
                   *    The manner in which Inferred Mineral Resources are             and ore) is 10 metres. 
                        utilised in mining studies and the sensitivity of the 
                        outcome to their inclusion. 
                                                                                  *    Mining dilution used in the Datamine NPV Scheduler 
                                                                                       software for reserve estimation is 5%. 
                   *    The infrastructure requirements of the selected 
                        mining methods. 
                                                                                  *    Ore mining recovery factor used in the Datamine NPV 
                                                                                       Scheduler software for reserve estimation is 95%. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    A minimum mining width of 30 metres has been used. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The total tonnage of inferred material in the final 
                                                                                       pit design was 164,779 tonnes which represents about 
                                                                                       1.36% of the total ore tonnage in the pit and 
                                                                                       contains 0.73% (2,510 ounces) of contained gold in 
                                                                                       the pit. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The inferred material was excluded from economic 
                                                                                       model in NPV Scheduler, so it had zero impact on the 
                                                                                       total reserve. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Infrastructure required for the open pit mining 
                                                                                       method include haul road access (completed to the 
                                                                                       mine area), offices for geology/mining department, 
                                                                                       mining workshop, fuel storage, weighbridge and 
                                                                                       medical/HSEC facilities (all of which are in place). 
                                                                                       Explosives will be transported from a dedicated 
                                                                                       controlled storage area. 
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 Metallurgical 
  factors or       *    The metallurgical process proposed and the                *    The ore from the Gedabek mine can be processed by 
  assumptions           appropriateness of that process to the style of                four different available processing methods within 
                        mineralisation.                                                the Gedabek contract area, namely, agitation leach 
                                                                                       (AGL), heap leach of crushed material (HLC), heap 
                                                                                       leach of blasted material or run-of-mine (ROM) and 
                   *    Whether the metallurgical process is well-tested               flotation (FLT). There also will be stockpiles 
                        technology or novel in nature.                                 generated during the life of mine that the company 
                                                                                       will decide how to process them in due course, as it 
                                                                                       depends on the blending criteria and the quality of 
                   *    The nature, amount and representativeness of                   material from other mines of AIMC and financial 
                        metallurgical test work undertaken, the nature of the          factors. These two types of stockpile material are 
                        metallurgical domaining applied and the corresponding          called SPF (high copper stockpile for flotation) and 
                        metallurgical recovery factors applied.                        ROMSP (low gold grade material that could be sent to 
                                                                                       ROM processing) by blending with higher grade 
                                                                                       material. 
                   *    Any assumptions or allowances made for deleterious 
                        elements. 
                                                                                  *    The proposed metallurgical processes are well tested 
                                                                                       being processing facilities of current mining 
                   *    The existence of any bulk sample or pilot scale test           operations in the contract area. The processing 
                        work and the degree to which such samples are                  facilities include conventional methods that comprise 
                        considered representative of the orebody as a whole.           comminution (crushing and grinding), Knelson 
                                                                                       concentration, thickening, agitation leaching, 
                                                                                       resin-in-pulp extraction, and elution and 
                   *    For minerals that are defined by a specification, has          electrowinning to produce gold dorè. For 
                        the ore reserve estimation been based on the                   flotation, after comminution and flotation 
                        appropriate mineralogy to meet the specifications?             concentrate product is produced. The final products 
                                                                                       will be shipped off site for refining. Tails from the 
                                                                                       process will be transferred via gravity pipeline to 
                                                                                       the existing tailings management facility (TMF) that 
                                                                                       has enough capacity to manage the ore from the 
                                                                                       Gedabek deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Metallurgical testwork has been conducted on drill 
                                                                                       samples and bulk truck samples in the form of bottle 
                                                                                       roll testing and column leach tests for amenability 
                                                                                       to leaching in an agitation process and in a static 
                                                                                       heap process. Additional flotation testwork is 
                                                                                       carried out using scaled down flotation cells on ore 
                                                                                       containing copper for the flotation process. As the 
                                                                                       mine has been operating since 2008, metallurgical 
                                                                                       recoveries of the ore types are well understood, and 
                                                                                       a geometallurgical classification system has been 
                                                                                       developed for the ore types at Gedabek. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The amount of testwork is considered representative 
                                                                                       of the processing technology to be employed. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Deleterious elements were not detected in analytical 
                                                                                       tests and assaying utilised for the resource 
                                                                                       estimate. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The ore reserve estimation has been based on the 
                                                                                       appropriate mineralogy to meet the specification. 
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 Environmental 
                    *    The status of studies of potential environmental         *    Previous ESIA (Environmental Social Impact 
                         impacts of the mining and processing operation.               Assessment) has been carried out by Amec Foster 
                         Details of waste rock characterisation and the                Wheeler (2012) and TexEkoMarkazMMC (2012) (submitted 
                         consideration of potential sites, status of design            to Government authorities). The Gedabek deposit is 
                         options considered and, where applicable, the status          located within the Gedabek Contract Area for which 
                         of approvals for process residue storage and waste            the ESIA is valid. Processing and tailings storage 
                         dumps should be reported.                                     reported in the ESIA is the same as will be utilised 
                                                                                       for ores of the reserve update. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Environmental and geotechnical consultants, CQA 
                                                                                       International Ltd of the UK (CQA), have on-site 
                                                                                       representation, and carried out both geotechnical and 
                                                                                       environmental assessments of the Gedabek mine area. 
                                                                                       Baseline environmental monitoring has been carried 
                                                                                       out on receptors downstream of the mine site. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The waste rock has a potential for acid rock drainage 
                                                                                       due to the presence of sulphide bearing 
                                                                                       mineralisation. Watercourses downstream of stockpiles 
                                                                                       will be monitored on a routine basis for pH and heavy 
                                                                                       metals. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    A topsoil management plan is in place, which has been 
                                                                                       reviewed by a CQA consultant deemed in accordance 
                                                                                       with the storage principles of the Ministry of 
                                                                                       Ecology and Natural Resources of the Republic of 
                                                                                       Azerbaijan and European Union (EU) guidelines. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Stockpile areas for waste rock have been identified 
                                                                                       following condemnation drilling. Waste material will 
                                                                                       also be utilised for infrastructure (road) 
                                                                                       construction at the Gedabek contract area. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The tailings management facility (TMF) has the 
                                                                                       capability for the additional storage requirements 
                                                                                       for Gedabek process waste. The design and operations 
                                                                                       of the TMF have been reviewed by CQA along with a 
                                                                                       visit by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural 
                                                                                       Resources of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Regular 
                                                                                       environmental monitoring is carried out at the TMF, 
                                                                                       along with monitoring all receptors associated with 
                                                                                       the TMF. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    All approvals for conducting the mining fall under 
                                                                                       the management "PSA" agreement. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Infrastructure 
                   *    The existence of appropriate infrastructure:              *    Infrastructure is considered excellent. The deposit 
                        availability of land for plant development, power,             is located within the Company's contract/licence area 
                        water, transportation (particularly for bulk                   with extraction rights according to the Government 
                        commodities), labour, accommodation; or the ease with          contract. Ore can be processed at the Company's 
                        which the infrastructure can be provided, or                   current facilities, with ore being delivered by truck 
                        accessed.                                                      from the mine to processing via the constructed haul 
                                                                                       road system. Offices and mechanical workshop 
                                                                                       buildings are available. Power for the offices, 
                                                                                       workshop and weighbridge will be via grid electrical 
                                                                                       power, with diesel generators as backup. Labour is 
                                                                                       readily available as the operation is already in 
                                                                                       production and planned extraction rates are 
                                                                                       consistent with current capacity. G&A and process 
                                                                                       labour are part of the existing company compliment of 
                                                                                       staff. Regarding accommodation, canteen facilities 
                                                                                       and associated services, the Gedabek deposit will be 
                                                                                       serviced by the current infrastructure. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Costs 
                    *    The derivation of, or assumptions made, regarding        *    Project capital costs are "minimal" given that no 
                         projected capital costs in the study.                         processing facilities or manpower camps are required. 
                                                                                       The costs in relations to the facilities already 
                                                                                       referenced above are based on actual quotations and 
                    *    The methodology used to estimate operating costs.             capital construction experience at the licence area 
                                                                                       and sustaining capital projects are based on 
                                                                                       operational experience locally. 
                    *    Allowances made for the content of deleterious 
                         elements. 
                                                                                  *    Operating costs are estimated based on current mining 
                                                                                       and processing operations within the licence area, as 
                    *    The derivation of assumptions made of metal or                the processing will be carried out at the same plants, 
                         commodity price(s), for the principal minerals and            and the mining contract and haulage costs are the 
                         co- products.                                                 same as current contracts. 
 
 
                    *    The source of exchange rates used in the study.          *    Penalties are applicable for deleterious elements in 
                                                                                       the flotation concentrates, however, studies of the 
                                                                                       concentrations of these elements show that the mined 
                    *    Derivation of transportation charges.                         material contains deleterious elements below the 
                                                                                       penalty levels. 
 
                    *    The basis for forecasting or source of treatment and 
                         refining charges, penalties for failure to meet          *    Commodity pricing is based on forecasts by reputable 
                         specification, etc.                                           market analysts. 
 
 
                    *    The allowances made for royalties payable, both          *    Local Azeri exchange rates are pegged to the United 
                         Government and private.                                       States $. The source of exchange rates used in the 
                                                                                       study is the Central Bank of the Republic of 
                                                                                       Azerbaijan. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Transportation charges are based on current 
                                                                                       contracts. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Treatment and refining costs are based on current 
                                                                                       contracts, as the ore will be treated in the 
                                                                                       operating processing plants and refined under the 
                                                                                       current agreements. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Royalties have been considered as part of the cost 
                                                                                       structure for the company to operate under the 
                                                                                       Government Contract. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The estimated operating costs per tonne used in NPV 
                                                                                       Scheduler are: 
 
                                                                                  Parameters used in NPV 
                                                                                   Scheduler 
                                                                                  Processing cost (includes 
                                                                                   G&A) 
                                                                                  per tonne of ore 
                                                                                  AGL                          $ 32.00 
                                                                                  HL Crushed                   $ 5.15 
                                                                                  HL ROM                       $ 4.00 
                                                                                  ROM SP                       $ 4.00 
                                                                                  FLT                          $ 22.00 
                                                                                  SPF                          $ 22.00 
 
                                                                                  Other costs 
                                                                                   Total G&A                   $ 2.00 
                                                                                  Mining cost                  $ 1.8 
                                                                                  Haulage cost (per tonne 
                                                                                   km)                         Manat 0.1 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Revenue 
 factors           *    The derivation of, or assumptions made regarding          *    The acceptable gold head grade in grammes per tonne 
                        revenue factors including head grade, metal or                 gold for AGL, HLC, ROM is minimum 1.8g/t ,0.8g/t and 
                        commodity price(s) exchange rates, transportation and          0.46g/t respectively and the acceptable copper head 
                        treatment charges, penalties, net smelter returns,             grade for FLT is 0.46% 
                        etc. 
 
                                                                                  *    After applying modifying factors, the actual minimum 
                   *    The derivation of assumptions made of metal or                 grade blocks in the final pit design is 1.0g/t gold 
                        commodity price(s), for the principal metals,                  for AGL, 0.7g/t gold for HLC, 0.3g/t gold for HLROM, 
                        minerals and co-products.                                      0.3% copper for FLT, 0.2% copper for SPF and 0.2g/t 
                                                                                       gold for ROMSP. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Revenue is based on the US$ gold price, US$ copper 
                                                                                       price and US$ silver price. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The price of gold in the reserve model is $1250 per 
                                                                                       troy ounce, the price of copper is $6000 per tonne 
                                                                                       and the price of silver in the reserve model is $16.5 
                                                                                       per troy ounce. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Market 
 assessment        *    The demand, supply and stock situation for the            *    The market for gold, copper and silver is well 
                        particular commodity, consumption trends and factors           established. The metal price is fixed externally to 
                        likely to affect supply and demand into the future.            the Company, however, the Company has reviewed a 
                                                                                       number of metal forecast documents from reputable 
                                                                                       analysts and is comfortable with the market supply 
                   *    A customer and competitor analysis along with the              and demand situation. 
                        identification of likely market windows for the 
                        product. 
                                                                                  *    A specific study of customer and competitor analysis 
                                                                                       has not been completed as part of this project. 
                   *    Price and volume forecasts and the basis for these 
                        forecasts. 
                                                                                  *    Price and volume forecasts have been studied in 
                                                                                       reports from reputable analysts, based on metal 
                   *    For industrial minerals the customer specification,            supply and demand, US$ forecasts and global 
                        testing and acceptance requirements prior to a supply          economics. 
                        contract. 
 
                                                                                  *    Industrial minerals do not form part of this study. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Economic 
                    *    The inputs to the economic analysis to produce the          *    Prices for gold and silver used in NPV Scheduler are: 
                         net present value (NPV) in the study, the source and 
                         confidence of these economic inputs including 
                         estimated inflation, discount rate, etc.                   Ø Gold: $40.19 per gramme 
                                                                                    Ø Copper: $6000.00 per tonne 
                                                                                    Ø Silver: $0.53 per gramme 
                    *    NPV ranges and sensitivity to variations in the             *    Processing Recovery (for gold/copper / silver) % 
                         significant assumptions and inputs. 
 
                                                                                    Ø Agitation Leach 75% / 30%/ 66% 
                                                                                    Ø Crushed Heap Leach 60% / 30%/ 7% 
                                                                                    Ø Run-of-mine (ROM) 40% /20%/ 7% 
                                                                                    Ø Low grade Run-of-mine stockpile (ROMSP) 
                                                                                    to ROM 40% /20%/ 7% 
                                                                                    Ø Flotation 60% / 83% / 68% 
                                                                                    Ø Stockpile to floatation 60% / 83% 
                                                                                    / 68% 
 
                                                                                     *    Costs used in NPV are show below: 
 
                                                                                     Parameters used in NPV Scheduler 
                                                                                     Processing cost (includes 
                                                                                      G&A) 
                                                                                     per tonne of ore 
                                                                                     AGL                                 $ 32.00 
                                                                                     HL Crushed                          $ 5.15 
                                                                                     HL_ROM                              $ 4.00 
                                                                                     FLT                                 $ 22.00 
                                                                                     SPF                                 $ 22.00 
                                                                                     ROMSP                               $ 4.00 
                                                                                     Other costs 
                                                                                      Total G&A                          $ 2.00 
 
 
                                                                                    Selling Cost %0.05 of revenue of Gold 
                                                                                    Selling Cost %13.4 of revenue of Copper 
                                                                                    Selling Cost %4.00 of revenue of Silver 
                                                                                     *    Sensitivity analysis has been used at a range of gold 
                                                                                          and copper prices. 
 
 
                                                                                     *    A discount rate of 10% has been used. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Social 
                    *    The status of agreements with key stakeholders and       *    To the best of the Competent Person's knowledge, 
                         matters leading to social licence to operate.                 agreements with key stakeholders and matters leading 
                                                                                       to social licence to operate are valid and in place. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Other 
                   *    To the extent relevant, the impact of the following       *    There are no material naturally occurring risk 
                        on the project and/or on the estimation and                    associated with the Ore Reserves. 
                        classification of the Ore Reserves: 
 
                                                                                  *    Anglo Asian Mining plc is currently compliant with 
                   *    Any identified material naturally occurring risks.             all legal and regulatory agreements, and marketing 
                                                                                       arrangements. 
 
                   *    The status of material legal agreements and marketing 
                        arrangements.                                             *    The project is located within a current contract area 
                                                                                       that is managed under a "PSA" production sharing 
                                                                                       agreement. 
                   *    The status of governmental agreements and approvals 
                        critical to the viability of the project, such as 
                        mineral tenement status, and government and statutory     *    The PSA grants the Company a number of periods to 
                        approvals. There must be reasonable grounds to expect          exploit defined licence areas, known as Contract 
                        that all necessary Government approvals will be                Areas, agreed on the initial signing with the 
                        received within the timeframes anticipated in the              Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources 
                        Pre-Feasibility or Feasibility study. Highlight and            ('MENR'). The exploration period allowed for the 
                        discuss the materiality of any unresolved matter that          early exploration of the Contract Areas to assess 
                        is dependent on a third party on which extraction of           prospectivity can be extended. 
                        the reserve is contingent. 
 
                                                                                  *    A 'development and production period' commences on 
                                                                                       the date that the Company issues a notice of 
                                                                                       discovery, which runs for 15 years with two 
                                                                                       extensions of five years each at the option of the 
                                                                                       Company. Full management control of mining in the 
                                                                                       Contract Areas rests with Anglo Asian. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    Under the PSA, Anglo Asian is not subject to currency 
                                                                                       exchange restrictions and all imports and exports are 
                                                                                       free of tax or other restriction. In addition, MENR 
                                                                                       is to use its best endeavours to make available all 
                                                                                       necessary land, its own facilities and equipment and 
                                                                                       to assist with infrastructure. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The PSA is valid for the forecast life of mine. 
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 Classification 
                    *    The basis for the classification of the Ore Reserves     *    Measured Mineral Resources have been converted to 
                         into varying confidence categories.                           Proved Reserves after applying the modifying factors. 
 
 
                    *    Whether the result appropriately reflects the            *    Indicated Mineral Resources have been converted to 
                         Competent Person's view of the deposit.                       Probable Ore Reserves after applying modifying 
                                                                                       factor. 
 
                    *    The proportion of Probable Ore Reserves that have 
                         been derived from Measured Mineral Resources (if         *    The resultant Ore Reserves are appropriate given the 
                         any).                                                         level of understanding of the deposit geology and 
                                                                                       reflects the Competent Person's view of the deposit. 
 
 
                                                                                  *    The inferred material was excluded from economic 
                                                                                       model in NPV Scheduler so it had no impact on the 
                                                                                       total reserve, and no Probable Ore Reserves have been 
                                                                                       derived from Measured Mineral Resources. 
                 ------------------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 Audits or 
 reviews            *    The results of any audits or reviews of Ore Reserve         *    The Datamine company developed and audited the 
                         estimates.                                                       Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve block models. 
                                                                                          Two Datamine engineers worked on the resources and 
                                                                                          reserves and were able to verify work and procedure. 
 
 
                                                                                     *    Datamine have been involved with Gedabek since 2015 
                                                                                          and as such are familiar with the processing methods 
                                                                                          available, value chain of the mining and cost 
                                                                                          structure. The data has been audited and considered 
                                                                                          robust for Ore Reserve estimates. 
 
 
                                                                                     *    Internal company and external reviews of the Ore 
                                                                                          Reserves yield estimates that are consistent with the 
                                                                                          Ore Reserve results. The in-situ Ore Reserves 
                                                                                          classified by process type is presented below: 
 
 
                                                                                     Ore Reserves    Tonnage       Gold    Copper   Silver    Gold     Copper(t)    Silver 
                                                                                         (Class       (Metric      grade    grade    grade    ('1000                ('1000 
                                                                                       & Process)     tonnes)      (g/t)     (%)     (g/t)    Ounce)                Ounce) 
                                                                                     Proved-AGL       2,141,579     2.09     0.31    16.47    144.04       6,637   1,133.74 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved-HCL       1,372,116     0.83     0.14     7.59     36.63       1,928     334.72 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved 
                                                                                      -HLROM          4,056,978     0.47     0.12     5.49     61.58       4,877     715.50 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved 
                                                                                      - ROMSP           250,094     0.25     0.25     3.77      1.99         623      30.33 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved-FLT       2,953,383     0.70     0.59     9.05     66.52      17,442     859.33 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved-SPF          82,324     0.15     0.46     3.82      0.39         379      10.10 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Total 
                                                                                      Proved         10,856,474     0.89     0.29     8.83    311.15      31,886   3,083.72 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable-AGL       168,506     2.25     0.45    19.07     12.18         754     103.34 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable-HCL       118,630     0.82     0.15     8.24      3.13         176      31.43 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable 
                                                                                      -HLROM            504,846     0.47     0.12     5.79      7.61         625      93.96 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable 
                                                                                      - ROMSP            28,695     0.25     0.23     4.16      0.23          67       3.84 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable-FLT       395,876     0.69     0.63    11.03      8.84       2,487     140.41 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Probable-SPF         3,418     0.17     0.46     3.01      0.02          16       0.33 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Total 
                                                                                      Probable        1,219,971     0.82     0.34     9.52     32.01       4,125     373.31 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
                                                                                     Proved 
                                                                                      + Probable     12,076,445     0.88     0.30     8.90    343.16    36,011.0   3,457.03 
                                                                                                    -----------  -------  -------  -------  --------  ----------  --------- 
 
 
 
                                                                                     *    The reference point for the Ore Reserve is where the 
                                                                                          ore is delivered to the processing plant. 
 
 
                                                                                     *    The amount of waste material calculated inside the 
                                                                                          pit shell is 41.82 million tonnes, resulting in a 
                                                                                          strip ratio (ore:waste) of 1:3.46. 
 
 
                                                                                    -- 
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 Discussion 
 of relative       *    Where appropriate a statement of the relative             *    The Ore Reserve has been completed to feasibility 
 accuracy/              accuracy and confidence level in the Ore Reserve               standard with the data being generated from a tightly 
 confidence             estimate using an approach or procedure deemed                 spaced drilling grid, thus confidence in the 
                        appropriate by the Competent Person. For example, the          resultant figures is considered high. 
                        application of statistical or geostatistical 
                        procedures to quantify the relative accuracy of the 
                        reserve within stated confidence limits, or, if such      *    Extraction of ore from the Gedabek mine will 
                        an approach is not deemed appropriate, a qualitative           continue. 
                        discussion of the factors which could affect the 
                        relative accuracy and confidence of the estimate. 
                                                                                  *    Mining costs and haulage costs will be as per the 
                                                                                       current contracts in place being utilised at Gedabek 
                   *    The statement should specify whether it relates to             open pit and other mines in the contract area. 
                        global or local estimates, and, if local, state the 
                        relevant tonnages, which should be relevant to 
                        technical and economic evaluation. Documentation          *    Project capital is well managed, and certain 
                        should include assumptions made and the procedures             infrastructure facilities are available from with the 
                        used.                                                          Anglo Asian Mining group, thus minimising capital 
                                                                                       requirements. 
 
                   *    Accuracy and confidence discussions should extend to 
                        specific discussions of any applied Modifying Factors     *    The Modifying Factors for mining, processing, 
                        that may have a material impact on Ore Reserve                 metallurgical, infrastructure, economic, gold price, 
                        viability, or for which there are remaining areas of           legal, environmental, social and governmental factors 
                        uncertainty at the current study stage.                        as referenced above have been applied to the pit 
                                                                                       design and Ore Reserves calculation on a global scale 
                                                                                       and data reflects the global assumptions. 
                   *    It is recognised that this may not be possible or 
                        appropriate in all circumstances. These statements of 
                        relative accuracy and confidence of the estimate          *    Mine production data is available and was utilised in 
                        should be compared with production data, where                 assessing the relative accuracy of the ore types and 
                        available.                                                     grade in the Ore Reserves. The average process feed 
                                                                                       grades were understood in order to determine the 
                                                                                       process algorithm of the different ore type. Thus 
                                                                                       there is a direct relationship between the know 
                                                                                       grades from production data and those of the Ore 
                                                                                       Reserve estimate. 
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Section 5 Estimation and Reporting of Diamonds and Other Gemstones

(Criteria listed in other relevant sections also apply to this section. Additional guidelines are available in the 'Guidelines for the Reporting of Diamond Exploration Results' issued by the Diamond Exploration Best Practices Committee established by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.)

Estimation and Reporting of Diamonds and Other Gemstones in not applicable to this Statement of Resources

APPIX A: Section 2, Drill Hole Data

Material diamond core drill hole information

 
    DH_ID       Easting      Northing     Elevation    Dip    Azimuth     End      Intersection   Intersection   Hole 
                                                                         of hole       From            To         type 
                                          (metres)    (deg)    (deg)    (metres)     (metres)       (metres) 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD120    566845.524   4492368.656    1720.20      0       -90      220.20      no zone        no zone       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD122    566884.963   4492368.674    1720.65      0       -90      250.50       182.00         185.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      199.00         221.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      234.00         237.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD123    567385.484   4492221.494    1670.89      0       -90      118.00       71.00          73.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD124    567374.616   4492247.498    1661.45      0       -90      99.60        52.00          54.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      58.00          70.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD125    566956.485   4492271.979    1742.47      0       -90      177.80       165.00         166.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD126    566968.801   4492330.403    1719.40      0       -90      74.00       no zone        no zone       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD127    567022.358   4492523.741    1663.64      0       -90      18.00         0.00          18.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
 AIMCDD127A    567023.115   4492529.457    1662.54      0       -90      161.00        0.00          20.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      29.00          42.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      45.00          52.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      107.00         111.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      131.00         135.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      140.00         141.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD128    566953.132   4492518.122    1682.03      0       -90      20.00       no zone        no zone       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
 AIMCDD128A    566953.472   4492520.893    1682.19      0       -90      161.00       30.00          31.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      78.00          85.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD129    567522.251   4492397.72     1647.68      0       -90      98.60         1.00           7.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      40.00          78.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD130    567456.233   4492350.131    1654.70      0       -90      130.00        0.00          15.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      24.00          28.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      31.00          38.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      82.00          85.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD131    567027.591   4492576.416    1667.18      0       -90      125.00       26.00          59.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      99.00          101.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD132    567015.58     4492469.1     1675.34      0       -90      180.00        4.00           9.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      49.00          57.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      154.00         161.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      165.00         169.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD133    567206.911   4492469.579    1636.85      0       -90      162.00        0.00           3.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                       6.00           7.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      12.00          21.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      34.00          38.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      41.00          42.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      64.00          70.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD134    567228.233   4492422.172    1638.57      0       -90      152.00        0.00          52.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.00          62.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      68.00          72.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.00          78.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      80.00          81.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      83.00          85.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      103.00         109.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      138.00         141.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD136    567422.891   4492140.833    1651.78      0       -90      100.30       20.00          21.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      36.00          43.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD137    567458.326   4492042.47     1661.43      0       -90      113.00       28.00          33.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      36.00          44.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      47.00          49.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      72.00          79.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      82.00          84.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      85.00          88.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      92.00          96.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD138    567473.04    4492015.779    1660.34      0       -90      116.80       38.00          56.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD139    567411.318   4492173.151    1650.16      0       -90      110.00       43.00          55.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD140    567402.147   4492246.548    1649.55      0       -90      75.00        27.80          30.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      32.00          33.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCDD142    566933.002   4492431.606    1659.40      0       -90      130.30        0.00          56.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      83.00          85.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  AIMCRD135    567229.719   4492886.594    1673.23      0       -90      305.00      no zone        no zone       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD01      566915.253   4492420.695    1670.34      0       -90      96.00        63.00          74.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD02      566910.02    4492440.927    1670.58      0       -90      90.00        62.00          79.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD03      566909.465   4492458.194    1670.57      0       -90      51.00        35.00          51.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD04      566944.945   4492404.085    1670.15      0       -90      87.00        18.00          46.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      52.00          57.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.00          62.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD05      566924.037   4492486.064    1669.19      0       -90      60.00        28.00          29.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD07      566960.976   4492400.663    1670.24      0       -90      75.20         0.00           5.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      10.00          42.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      45.00          50.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      55.00          57.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      67.00          75.20 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD08      566980.577   4492389.205    1670.22      0       -90      64.00         2.00          20.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      22.00          36.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      42.00          43.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      52.00          55.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      59.00          60.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD162     567277.202   4492439.827    1615.14      0       -90      112.00        0.00           6.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      13.00          16.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      18.00          21.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      30.00          32.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      49.00          68.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      93.00          95.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD163     567216.68    4492399.15     1638.12      0       -90      106.00        0.00          21.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      24.00          37.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      39.00          42.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      45.00          47.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      51.00          56.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      59.00          63.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD165     567253.715   4492250.995    1669.49      0       -90      124.00       45.00          74.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD166     567270.676   4492213.542    1690.70      0       -90      119.00       81.80          92.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD168     567320.489   4492230.252    1660.11      0       -90      107.00       24.00          64.70        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  MPDD168A     567300.987   4492212.951    1679.88      0       -90      127.70       54.00          60.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      68.00          71.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.00          90.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      99.00          105.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD200     567223.574   4492255.676    1670.22      0       -90      121.00       37.50          47.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      51.50          53.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      58.50          67.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      76.00          81.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD203     567274.322   4492239.312    1669.55      0       -90      121.00       53.00          69.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      86.00          87.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      90.00          91.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      111.00         121.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD204     567288.323   4492218.488    1679.18      0       -90      106.00       71.00          72.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.30          86.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      99.00          102.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  MPDD204A     567260.08    4492194.837    1699.80      0       -90      140.00       97.00          103.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      107.00         111.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD300     566942.318   4492567.044    1671.09      0       -90      141.00        1.00           3.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      101.00         102.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      104.00         120.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD301     566872.237   4492595.868    1667.95      0       -90      126.50       51.00          52.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      86.00          88.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD302     567327.987   4492118.348    1700.40      0       -90      172.50       123.00         124.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      130.00         134.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      139.00         156.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      169.00         172.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD303     567296.952   4492126.348    1700.33      0       -90       172         123.20         128.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      131.00         148.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD304     567217.55    4492177.736    1700.46      0       -90       145         108.50         125.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      128.00         130.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      134.00         137.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD305     567324.038   4492083.781    1714.33      0       -90       102        no zone        no zone       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
  MPDD305A     567285.946   4492465.551    1614.48      0       -90      100.60        2.00           4.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                       7.00          10.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      55.00          56.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.00          64.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      69.00          71.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      82.00          83.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      85.00          89.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD306     567231.046   4492219.79     1669.82      0       -90       107         52.50          87.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      91.50          93.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD307     567211.322   4492231.27     1669.89      0       -90       101         51.40          56.40        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      59.90          89.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD308     567193.428   4492242.062    1669.25      0       -90       105         36.00          38.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      41.00          45.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      54.00          57.80 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      61.00          68.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      72.00          74.80 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      77.00          89.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      91.00          96.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD309     567322.497   4492214.395    1639.93      0       -90        78         23.00          24.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      28.80          33.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      36.00          54.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD310     567340.927   4492202.26     1639.59      0       -90        48         38.70          44.20        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      46.00          48.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD311     567361.564   4492194.433    1639.63      0       -90        91         40.00          41.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      44.30          46.30 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      48.30          52.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      54.00          62.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      65.00          70.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD312     567376.606   4492183.644    1649.94      0       -90       104         65.00          73.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.00          89.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      103.00         104.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD313     567346.912   4492185.842    1649.85      0       -90        96         47.00          48.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      50.00          51.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      55.00          58.55 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      62.00          71.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      74.50          75.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      76.90          79.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD314     567219.217   4492212.769    1679.37      0       -90       106         39.00          41.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      58.00          59.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      67.00          75.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      82.00          83.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      86.00          87.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      89.00          91.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      96.00          98.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      101.00         106.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD315     567307.198   4492205.804    1649.62      0       -90        80         45.40          59.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD316     567195.613   4492222.959    1679.70      0       -90       104         63.00          69.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.00          91.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD317     567366.869   4492169.154    1659.87      0       -90      118.5        73.00          76.10        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      80.00          104.70 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD318     567186.659   4492261.505    1659.55      0       -90        71         16.00          18.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      20.50          24.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD319     567223.201   4492241.212    1660.14      0       -90        80         47.50          57.40        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.50          63.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      67.50          71.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      75.00          75.60 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD320     567387.364   4492163.777    1659.80      0       -90      103.0        70.10          72.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      78.00          102.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD321     567166.772   4492272.546    1659.52      0       -90       60.0        12.00          17.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD322     567411.776   4492105.896    1661.24      0       -90       90.0        79.25          80.60        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD323     567146.353   4492284.277    1658.70      0       -90       62.0        55.00          57.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD324     567424.612   4492083.386    1660.88      0       -90      100.0        58.00          66.75        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD325     567447.155   4492031.331    1659.66      0       -90       70.0        52.70          55.40        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      57.00          58.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.00          62.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      64.00          66.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      68.00          69.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD326     567451.042   4492012.154    1660.00      0       -90       89.0        58.00          63.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD327     567480.505   4491958.580    1660.11      0       -90       95.0        21.00          24.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      28.00          31.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD328     567507.621   4491950.582    1650.58      0       -90       82.5        62.00          63.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD329     567550.258   4491965.634    1650.07      0       -90       81.5        49.00          58.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD330     567518.629   4491941.597    1655.34      0       -90       70.0        65.50          69.25        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD331     567124.442   4492292.446    1659.48      0       -90       72.0         8.40          12.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      44.54          46.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      62.50          66.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD332     567084.348   4492312.565    1660.12      0       -90       53.0         4.10          10.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      12.00          13.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD333     567019.065   4492362.139    1658.40      0       -90       74.0         0.00          10.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      35.00          36.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      54.00          59.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      65.00          66.10 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD334     567115.359   4492435.880    1660.31      0       -90      132.0         0.00          10.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      13.00          15.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      22.00          27.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      52.00          53.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      55.00          57.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.00          64.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      78.00          97.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      103.00         116.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      121.00         122.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD335     567113.733   4492457.886    1659.83      0       -90       84.0         0.00           6.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                       8.00           9.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      11.00          13.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      26.00          29.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD336     567040.357   4492437.007    1659.52      0       -90       65.0        14.00          21.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      32.00          35.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      53.00          54.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD337     566916.044   4492408.999    1659.83      0       -90       76.0        70.00          71.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD338     566903.582   4492428.635    1659.52      0       -90      113.5        83.00          84.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      100.50         101.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD339     567077.319   4492456.312    1669.99      0       -90       65.0         4.00           9.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      11.00          12.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      16.00          17.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      22.00          23.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      63.00          65.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD340     567057.853   4492466.386    1670.29      0       -90       50.0         1.00           5.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      13.00          14.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD341     567036.878   4492476.88     1669.92      0       -90      65.00         0.00          44.35        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      50.00          51.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      57.00          59.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD342     567041.989    4492455.2     1669.21      0       -90      55.00         0.00           1.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      19.00          27.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      32.00          35.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      44.60          45.30 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      51.00          55.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD343     567001.135   4492479.694    1669.64      0       -90      60.00         7.00           8.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      10.00          14.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      20.00          22.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      25.00          29.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      38.00          59.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD344     566996.593   4492495.966    1670.01      0       -90      70.00         8.60          15.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      20.00          21.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      25.00          26.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      40.00          56.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      62.00          64.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      67.00          68.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD345     566972.406   4492528.984    1670.88      0       -90      74.00        22.20          29.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      51.00          53.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      60.30          66.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      68.00          73.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD346     567265.872   4493013.823    1635.63     0.2     -71.1     290.60       89.50          90.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      150.00         152.70 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      157.00         159.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      160.00         163.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      175.00         177.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD347     567730.222   4492465.362    1580.06      0       -90      170.00        7.00           8.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      12.00          13.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      16.30          66.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD348     567592.65    4492526.992    1576.66      0       -90      115.00       10.00          19.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD349     566880.283   4492406.424    1690.11      0       -90      209.00       152.00         153.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      156.00         161.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      165.00         201.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD350     566908.509   4492387.197    1691.28      0       -90      198.00        4.00           6.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      13.00          14.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      29.00          31.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      149.00         150.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      162.00         164.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD351     566915.07    4492372.016    1700.14      0       -90      228.00       59.00          60.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      66.00          69.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      154.00         155.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      176.00         181.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      211.00         216.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD352     566818.783   4492407.643    1719.77      0       -90      236.00       233.00         236.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD353     566848.716   4492426.592    1700.33      0       -90      359.70       188.00         220.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      244.00         245.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      247.00         248.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      254.00         255.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      277.00         278.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      328.00         329.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      330.00         331.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD354     567814.784   4492304.553    1553.51      0       -90      223.00       10.00          12.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD355     566839.726   4492433.195    1700.67    89.4     -81.6     255.00       174.00         175.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      177.00         178.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      181.00         209.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      214.00         215.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      217.00         218.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      231.00         232.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      236.00         237.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      247.00         251.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD356     566832.942   4492455.706    1700.78      0       -90      222.00       173.00         174.00       DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD357     566978.78    4492650.191    1663.21      0       -90      100.00       15.00          16.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      22.00          45.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD358     566974.554   4492610.942    1670.25      0       -90      95.00         4.00           7.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      12.00          14.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      17.80          21.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      25.00          26.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      48.00          59.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      61.00          62.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      92.00          93.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD359     567809.247   4491948.508    1589.60      0       -90      111.00       15.50          16.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      24.80          25.80 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      97.00          98.10 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      106.00         107.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD360     567876.011   4491956.765    1576.24      0       -90      95.00         0.00           3.20        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                       7.20           8.20 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      11.90          18.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      40.00          43.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD361     567921.128   4491933.409    1551.80      0       -90      119.00        0.00           9.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      14.00          15.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      18.00          22.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      26.50          30.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      35.85          36.35 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      85.50          94.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD362     567930.627   4491885.228    1539.13      0       -90      93.00         0.00          13.30        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      24.60          44.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      53.35          53.95 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      87.20          89.20 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      90.00          91.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD363     567929.293   4491967.755    1539.80      0       -90      90.00         3.30          10.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      17.00          18.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      21.40          22.40 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      28.00          36.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      43.60          45.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      46.00          47.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      49.00          49.70 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD364     567930.154   4492017.991    1540.42    71.25    -58.7     102.00        0.00          13.65        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      19.00          20.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      23.00          25.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      32.00          33.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      41.00          41.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      46.00          47.55 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      53.00          71.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD48A     567816.081   4492213.909    1571.05      0       -90      100.00        5.50           7.50        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                       9.50          11.50 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      35.00          36.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      80.00          81.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      87.00          88.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD48B     567806.564   4492229.821    1572.36      0       -90      103.70        2.00           3.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      64.00          65.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      77.00          78.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      84.00          88.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      94.00          95.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD48C     567789.37    4492233.771    1576.38    177.4    -67.4     109.00       36.00          51.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
   MPDD48E     567810.69    4492202.303    1571.64      0       -90      100.00        7.00           8.00        DD 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      80.00          84.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
                                                                                      90.00          93.00 
              -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  --------  ---------  -------------  -------------  ------ 
 

Material reverse circulation drill hole information

 
                                                                                     Intersections 
  DH_ID      Easting      Northing     Elevation    Dip     Azimuth      End        From        To      Hole 
                                                                        of hole                          type 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                       (metres)    (deg)   (degrees)   (metres)   (metres)   (metres) 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2122    567343.157   4492200.914    1639.65      0        -90       55.00       5.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   22.50      25.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2123    567460.627   4492346.834    1649.68      0        -90       80.00       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   30.00      32.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2124    567546.959   4492386.738    1644.97      0        -90       70.00       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   22.50      25.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   35.00      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2125    567542.549   4492405.256    1644.77      0        -90       70.00      20.00      47.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   67.50      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2126    567508.298   4492383.578    1649.85      0        -90       70.00       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   45.00      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2127    567501.363   4492327.576    1654.76      0        -90       70.00      12.50      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   55.00      57.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2128    567447.915   4492412.098    1655.65      0        -90       70.00      37.50      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   52.50      55.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   60.00      67.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2129    567455.464   4492390.532    1656.59      0        -90       70.00       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   65.00      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2130    567580.332   4492386.47     1642.52      0        -90       70.00       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   40.00      65.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2131    567274.19    4492380.197    1603.20      0        -90       50.00       0.00      35.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2132    567258.502   4492366.627    1602.21      0        -90       50.00       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2133    567267.232   4492361.886    1602.22      0        -90       50.00       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2134    567263.744   4492345.014    1600.63      0        -90       50.00     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2135    567350.848   4492262.911    1604.90      0        -90        40.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   27.50      30.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2136    567330.367   4492270.497    1602.74      0        -90        40.0       0.00       2.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   17.50      20.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2137    567310.016   4492281.134    1602.54      0        -90        40.0       0.00       2.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   17.50      32.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2138    567291.394   4492291.161    1602.16      0        -90        40.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2139    567318.213   4492314.787    1597.32      0        -90        40.0       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2140    567325.303   4492292.313    1600.56      0        -90        50.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   22.50      25.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2141    567364.098   4492277.386    1604.98      0        -90        40.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2142    567343.024   4492306.537    1600.73      0        -90        50.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   27.50      35.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   40.00      42.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2143    567346.863   4492287.996    1600.80      0        -90        40.0       5.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2144    567265.865   4492324.212    1600.34      0        -90        25.0      20.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2145    567315.876   4492337.351    1597.89      0        -90        50.0       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2146    567300.476   4492350.036    1600.53      0        -90        30.0       5.00      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2147    567305.855   4492301.565    1597.52      0        -90        40.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   22.50      25.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2148    567305.584   4492402.974    1609.86      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2149    567300.371   4492425.634    1610.49      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 
 RCH2150    567280.103   4492436.412    1610.26      0        -90        72.5      20.00      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   45.00      57.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2151    567312.477   4492460.270    1610.05      0        -90        65.0       7.50      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2152    567260.863   4492445.550    1609.66      0        -90        70.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2153    567260.843   4492459.434    1610.24      0        -90        50.0       0.00      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2154    567289.118   4492491.010    1609.92      0        -90        45.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2155    567299.129   4492328.984    1597.88      0        -90        50.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2156    567281.102   4492332.775    1597.24      0        -90        30.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2157    567286.782   4492412.637    1608.10      0        -90        50.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2158    567248.091   4492410.417    1607.71      0        -90        45.0       0.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2159    567247.044   4492431.837    1607.97      0        -90        55.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   37.50      42.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2160    567358.457   4492441.178    1627.56      0        -90        50.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2161    567367.823   4492450.895    1627.44      0        -90        50.0       0.00      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2162    567338.912   4492427.538    1619.41      0        -90        45.0       7.50      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2163    567330.592   4492473.803    1620.06      0        -90        70.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2164    567324.991   4492493.989    1620.09      0        -90        60.0       0.00      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2165    567359.243   4492417.079    1628.05      0        -90        50.0       7.50      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2166    567213.539   4492308.296    1620.01      0        -90        40.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   35.00      40.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2167    567197.225   4492315.574    1620.01      0        -90        40.0       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2168    567152.826   4492336.167    1620.76      0        -90        40.0       0.00      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   32.50      40.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2169    567184.957   4492361.809    1620.23      0        -90        55.0       7.50      52.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2170    567174.090   4492327.901    1620.45      0        -90        40.0      12.50      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2171    567183.451   4492338.809    1620.40      0        -90        40.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2172    567387.163   4492485.750    1627.26      0        -90        70.0      17.50      52.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2173    567362.359   4492499.796    1633.05      0        -90        60.0       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2174    567342.479   4492509.420    1632.65      0        -90        60.0       5.00      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2175    567268.674   4492527.979    1629.68      0        -90        55.0       0.00      45.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2176    567336.513   4492529.143    1637.11      0        -90        60.0       0.00      30.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2177    567372.206   4492507.330    1633.80      0        -90        70.0      22.50      52.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2178    567353.026   4492539.663    1639.67      0        -90        60.0       0.00      52.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2179    567340.250   4492589.005    1643.36      0        -90        60.0      10.00      42.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2180    567207.526   4492595.083    1645.12      0        -90        60.0       0.00      57.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2181    567261.239   4492608.538    1645.46      0        -90        50.0       0.00      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2182    567185.989   4492596.863    1645.41      0        -90        60.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2183    567230.452   4492590.535    1646.44      0        -90        50.0       0.00      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2184    567276.270   4492584.512    1642.98      0        -90        80.0       0.00      57.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2185    567227.045   4492615.235    1645.25      0        -90        52.5       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2186    567235.523   4492652.188    1639.23      0        -90        50.0       0.00       2.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2187    567257.519   4492565.317    1639.97      0        -90        75.0       0.00      55.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2188    567227.374   4492544.139    1639.24      0        -90        65.0       0.00      35.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2189    567245.884   4492533.624    1634.98      0        -90        70.0       0.00      52.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2190    567321.122   4492540.690    1637.50      0        -90        90.0       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2191    567298.733   4492556.980    1637.53      0        -90        70.0       0.00      42.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2192    567278.837   4492560.554    1637.25      0        -90        67.5       0.00      55.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2193    567262.044   4492541.909    1634.75      0        -90        70.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2194    567445.236   4492333.830    1640.23      0        -90        60.0       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2195    567470.269   4492302.597    1649.18      0        -90        70.0       0.00      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   40.00      60.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2196    567459.674   4492319.404    1645.29      0        -90        90.0       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   47.50      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2197    567426.078   4492344.170    1630.36      0        -90        75.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   35.00      55.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2198    567043.080   4492651.576    1651.06      0        -90        62.5       0.00      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2199    567047.907   4492639.389    1653.01      0        -90        90.0       0.00      55.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2200    567029.024   4492619.928    1652.72      0        -90        60.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   25.00      32.50 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2201    566959.848   4492613.279    1659.59      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2202    566988.286   4492611.550    1662.31      0        -90        80.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2203    567029.850   4492594.925    1666.62      0        -90        80.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2204    567021.209   4492645.333    1640.44      0        -90        80.0       0.00      35.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2205    567000.514   4492638.436    1640.19      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2206    566977.672   4492731.496    1639.49      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2207    566998.565   4492773.431    1632.27      0        -90        50.0       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2208    566990.902   4492756.139    1635.22      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2209    567003.709   4492654.335    1635.12      0        -90        70.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2210    567002.661   4492671.424    1635.19      0        -90        50.0       0.00                 RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2211    566959.827   4492645.412    1641.03      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2212    566964.995   4492670.525    1640.98      0        -90        60.0       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2213    566975.644   4492743.190    1637.82      0        -90        50.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2214    566973.115   4492762.961    1635.41      0        -90        70.0      10.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2215    567539.478   4492029.597    1622.21      0        -90        40.0       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2216    567531.810   4492050.897    1622.54      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2217    567531.024   4492073.804    1622.12      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2218    567526.130   4492095.643    1622.50      0        -90        50.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2219    567510.363   4492083.928    1622.24      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2220    567551.539   4492089.090    1622.36      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2221    567493.089   4492092.499    1622.70      0        -90        40.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2222    567496.704   4492068.631    1622.47      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2223    567505.447   4492027.336    1622.15      0        -90        35.0       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2224    567564.080   4492073.960    1622.52      0        -90        40.0       0.00      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2225    567585.553   4492082.919    1625.17      0        -90        40.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2226    567587.533   4492065.268    1626.93      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2227    567621.979   4492042.059    1630.10      0        -90        50.0       0.00       5.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2228    567608.609   4492055.053    1627.71      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2229    567557.612   4492019.294    1622.00      0        -90        35.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2230    567479.878   4492083.076    1621.72      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2231    567472.059   4492102.273    1622.37      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2232    567467.620   4492125.137    1622.44      0        -90        40.0      17.50      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2233    567451.694   4492136.016    1622.36      0        -90        40.0       0.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2234    567485.058   4492138.393    1624.90      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2235    567460.685   4492170.285    1625.70      0        -90        40.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2236    567504.192   4492128.214    1627.38      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2237    567456.295   4492109.950    1622.47      0        -90        40.0      35.00      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2238    567547.685   4491982.944    1640.56      0        -90        60.0      40.00      45.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2239    567616.182   4492009.773    1641.00      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2240    567621.136   4491990.749    1650.38      0        -90        50.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2241    567551.067   4491964.375    1649.99      0        -90        70.0      60.00      70.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2242    567510.131   4492282.159    1649.80      0        -90        90.0       0.00      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2243    567460.234   4492289.235    1647.69      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2244    567568.730   4492353.486    1642.86      0        -90        60.0       0.00      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2245    567527.417   4492319.524    1650.43      0        -90       110.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2246    567305.274   4492242.972    1630.15      0        -90        40.0       7.50      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2247    567319.256   4492232.261    1630.09      0        -90        60.0       0.00      35.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2248    567377.063   4492210.252    1629.96      0        -90        60.0      35.00      42.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2249    567360.759   4492224.889    1620.22      0        -90        50.0       0.00      50.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2250    567372.453   4492232.499    1620.50      0        -90        50.0      15.00      30.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   37.50      50.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2251    567334.872   4492252.920    1610.11      0        -90        40.0       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2252    567355.364   4492241.879    1609.55      0        -90        40.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2253    567120.598   4492413.848    1650.27      0        -90        45.0      40.00      45.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2254    567137.668   4492427.686    1649.89      0        -90        50.0      27.50      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2255    567132.347   4492447.776    1650.31      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2256    567152.791   4492421.667    1639.85      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2257    567152.536   4492459.952    1640.05      0        -90        45.0       5.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2258    567114.394   4492359.514    1629.85      0        -90        40.0       0.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   22.50      40.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2259    567142.703   4492378.954    1629.72      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2260    567165.224   4492374.050    1630.37      0        -90        45.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2261    567181.602   4492405.480    1630.11      0        -90        50.0      12.50      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2262    567175.736   4492430.611    1630.61      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2263    567176.519   4492486.263    1630.39      0        -90        45.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2264    567283.331   4492513.977    1619.59      0        -90        40.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2265    567215.724   4492482.790    1619.60      0        -90        37.5     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2266    567217.523   4492455.010    1609.85      0        -90        32.5       0.00      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2267    566969.503   4492549.538    1670.18      0        -90        75.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2268    566961.701   4492493.299    1669.71      0        -90        15.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2269    566966.219   4492573.132    1670.31      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2270    566890.439   4492467.101    1669.65      0        -90        90.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2271    566914.364   4492515.566    1680.25      0        -90        62.5      47.50      62.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2272    566879.794   4492489.866    1680.32      0        -90        68.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2273    567009.041   4492526.820    1660.16      0        -90        37.5       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2274    567026.692   4492540.807    1663.21      0        -90        40.0       0.00      32.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2275    567175.892   4492806.813    1652.99      0        -90        50.0       0.00      27.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2276    567157.759   4492773.698    1653.11      0        -90        70.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2277    567146.584   4492762.185    1652.77      0        -90        68.5       0.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2278    567145.891   4492784.729    1652.50      0        -90        50.0       5.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2279    567188.308   4492740.530    1655.15      0        -90        70.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2280    567192.357   4492719.148    1655.01      0        -90        60.0       0.00      20.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2281    567204.095   4492732.367    1654.90      0        -90        60.0       0.00      37.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2282    567157.639   4492716.858    1654.76      0        -90        70.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2283    567223.176   4492718.186    1654.69      0        -90        70.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   37.50      50.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   60.00      70.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2284    567024.230   4492741.777    1645.04      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2285    567042.559   4492730.708    1647.75      0        -90        50.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   20.00      25.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   25.00      50.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2286    567079.962   4492753.021    1649.70      0        -90        50.0       0.00      17.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2287    567105.195   4492758.208    1650.41      0        -90        60.0       0.00      30.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   47.50      60.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2288    567111.226   4492735.027    1655.10      0        -90        70.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2289    567119.085   4492797.319    1649.78      0        -90        50.0      35.00      40.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2290    567123.925   4492691.089    1652.90      0        -90        60.0       0.00      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2291    567120.795   4492710.943    1655.23      0        -90        50.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2292    567394.812   4492535.680    1621.33      0        -90        70.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2293    567326.896   4492548.363    1640.17      0        -90        60.0     no zone    no zone     RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2294    567285.579   4492690.330    1660.41      0        -90        60.0      17.50      22.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2295    567246.501   4492714.357    1657.31      0        -90        50.0       0.00      12.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2296    567239.141   4492753.508    1657.43      0        -90        60.0       0.00       7.50      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   32.50      60.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2297    567152.661   4492738.103    1654.95      0        -90        70.0       7.50      15.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2298    567175.101   4492707.139    1652.02      0        -90        60.0       0.00      25.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
                                                                                   25.00      60.00 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2299    567100.766   4492709.615    1657.38      0        -90        70.0       0.00      30.00      RC 
           -----------  ------------  ----------  ------  ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ------ 
 RCH2300    567110.491   4492675.544    1659.59      0        -90        60.0       0.00      10.00      RC 
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APPIX 2: GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

The following definitions are extracted from the JORC Code, 2012 Edition

 
 Cut-off grade          The lowest grade, or quality, of mineralised 
                         material that qualifies as economically 
                         mineable and available in a given deposit. 
                         May be defined on the basis of economic 
                         evaluation, or on physical or chemical 
                         attributes that define an acceptable 
                         product specification. 
 Indicated Mineral      An 'Indicated Mineral Resource' is 
  Resource               that part of a Mineral Resource for 
                         which quantity, grade (or quality), 
                         densities, shape and physical characteristics 
                         are estimated with sufficient confidence 
                         to allow the application of Modifying 
                         Factors in sufficient detail to support 
                         mine planning and evaluation of the 
                         economic viability of the deposit. 
                         Geological evidence is derived from 
                         adequately detailed and reliable exploration, 
                         sampling and testing gathered through 
                         appropriate techniques from locations 
                         such as outcrops, trenches, pits, workings 
                         and drill holes, and is sufficient 
                         to assume geological and grade (or 
                         quality) continuity between points 
                         of observation where data and samples 
                         are gathered. An Indicated Mineral 
                         Resource has a lower level of confidence 
                         than that applying to a Measured Mineral 
                         Resource and may only be converted 
                         to a Probable Ore Reserve. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Inferred Mineral       An 'Inferred Mineral Resource' is that 
  Resource               part of a Mineral Resource for which 
                         quantity and grade (or quality) are 
                         estimated on the basis of limited geological 
                         evidence and sampling. Geological evidence 
                         is sufficient to imply but not verify 
                         geological and grade (or quality) continuity. 
                         It is based on exploration, sampling 
                         and testing information gathered through 
                         appropriate techniques from locations 
                         such as outcrops, trenches, pits, workings 
                         and drill holes. An Inferred Mineral 
                         Resource has a lower level of confidence 
                         than that applying to an Indicated 
                         Mineral Resource and must not be converted 
                         to an Ore Reserve. It is reasonably 
                         expected that the majority of Inferred 
                         Mineral Resources could be upgraded 
                         to Indicated Mineral Resources with 
                         continued exploration. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 JORC                   JORC stands for Australasian Joint 
                         Ore Reserves Committee (JORC). The 
                         Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, 
                         Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves 
                         (the JORC Code) is widely accepted 
                         as the definitive standard for the 
                         reporting of a company's resources 
                         and reserves. The latest JORC Code 
                         is the 2012 Edition. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Measured Mineral       A 'Measured Mineral Resource' is that 
  Resource               part of a Mineral Resource for which 
                         quantity, grade (or quality), densities, 
                         shape, and physical characteristics 
                         are estimated with confidence sufficient 
                         to allow the application of Modifying 
                         Factors to support detailed mine planning 
                         and final evaluation of the economic 
                         viability of the deposit. Geological 
                         evidence is derived from detailed and 
                         reliable exploration, sampling and 
                         testing gathered through appropriate 
                         techniques from locations such as outcrops, 
                         trenches, pits, workings and drill 
                         holes, and is sufficient to confirm 
                         geological and grade (or quality) continuity 
                         between points of observation where 
                         data and samples are gathered. A Measured 
                         Mineral Resource has a higher level 
                         of confidence than that applying to 
                         either an Indicated Mineral Resource 
                         or an Inferred Mineral Resource. It 
                         may be converted to a Proved Ore Reserve 
                         or under certain circumstances to a 
                         Probable Ore Reserve 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Mineral Reserves       An 'Ore Reserve' is the economically 
  or Ore Reserves        mineable part of a Measured and/or 
                         Indicated Mineral Resource. It includes 
                         diluting materials and allowances for 
                         losses, which may occur when the material 
                         is mined or extracted and is defined 
                         by studies at Pre-Feasibility or Feasibility 
                         level as appropriate that include application 
                         of Modifying Factors. Such studies 
                         demonstrate that, at the time of reporting, 
                         extraction could reasonably be justified. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Mineral Resource       A 'Mineral Resource' is a concentration 
                         or occurrence of solid material of 
                         economic interest in or on the Earth's 
                         crust in such form, grade (or quality), 
                         and quantity that there are reasonable 
                         prospects for eventual economic extraction. 
                         The location, quantity, grade (or quality), 
                         continuity and other geological characteristics 
                         of a Mineral Resource are known, estimated 
                         or interpreted from specific geological 
                         evidence and knowledge, including sampling. 
                         Mineral Resources are sub-divided, 
                         in order of increasing geological confidence, 
                         into Inferred, Indicated and Measured 
                         categories. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Modifying Factors      'Modifying Factors' are considerations 
                         used to convert Mineral Resources to 
                         Ore Reserves. These include, but are 
                         not restricted to, mining, processing, 
                         metallurgical, infrastructure, economic, 
                         marketing, legal, environmental, social 
                         and governmental factors. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Probable Ore Reserve   A 'Probable Ore Reserve' is the economically 
                         mineable part of an Indicated, and 
                         in some circumstances, a Measured Mineral 
                         Resource. The confidence in the Modifying 
                         Factors applying to a Probable Ore 
                         Reserve is lower than that applying 
                         to a Proved Ore Reserve. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 Proved Ore Reserve     A 'Proved Ore Reserve' is the economically 
                         mineable part of a Measured Mineral 
                         Resource. A Proved Ore Reserve implies 
                         a high degree of confidence in the 
                         Modifying Factors. 
                       ------------------------------------------------- 
 
 
 Abbreviation   Definition of term 
-------------  -------------------- 
 Ag             Chemical symbol for 
                 silver 
               -------------------- 
 Au             Chemical symbol for 
                 gold 
               -------------------- 
 g/t            Gramme per tonne 
               -------------------- 
 M              Meters 
               -------------------- 
 Oz             Ounces 
               -------------------- 
 t              Tonnes 
               -------------------- 
 

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