Group Ten Metals: World-Class Critical Minerals Resource in the USA

Group Ten Metals (TSXV:PGE, OTCQB:PGEZF, FWB:5D32) is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on advancing its large-scale flagship Stillwater West platinum, palladium, nickel, copper, cobalt and gold project in Montana, USA.

The project is located in the iconic Stillwater Complex of Montana, USA, a rare world-class magmatic system that is geologically similar to the Bushveld Complex in South Africa, which hosts the Flatreef, Mogalakwena, and Waterberg deposits, as well as numerous high-grade platinum deposits within the Merensky and UG2 reefs. Group Ten Metals holds additional district-scale secondary assets which it is seeking to monetize. The company recently announced an earn-in deal on its Black Lake-Drayton project, a high-grade gold project located in Ontario, Canada. Black Lake-Drayton is situated in the Rainy River gold district which hosts major mines and projects in an area that has expanded rapidly since the 1990s including several recent discoveries.

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Company Highlights

  • Group Ten Metals has the second-largest landholding in the Stillwater Complex in Montana, USA, adjacent to Sibanye-Stillwater’s mine complex.
  • The company’s 100 percent-owned flagship Stillwater West project is district-scale in size, covering a rare and world-class magmatic system that hosts five minerals that are listed as critical by the US government.
  • The Stillwater West project features Platreef-style deposits of battery and precious metals with exceptional expansion potential, and also high-grade gold.
  • Stillwater West has a significant inferred NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate of 2.4 million ounces of palladium, platinum, rhodium and gold as well as 1.1 billion pounds of nickel, copper and cobalt.
  • Group Ten Metals recently announced a deal whereby Heritage Mining may earn a 90% interest in the company’s Black Lake-Drayton gold project in the prolific Rainy River gold district in Ontario, Canada, by meeting specific exploration, development, and payment requirements.
  • The company’s wholly-owned Kluane project is a district-scale, highly prospective platinum-group element, nickel and copper project located beside one of the largest undeveloped PGE-Ni-Cu deposits in the world in the Kluane mafic-ultramafic belt in Yukon, Canada.
  • Group Ten Metals’ exploration and development team has extensive experience in top-tier districts such as the Stillwater and Bushveld districts.
  • The company is well capitalized and fully permitted, with no debt.

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