•Operates in Ghana, Africa's largest and safest gold producer;
•Develops high margin gold projects including the Bibiani and Kubi Gold projects located on the prolific Bibiani and Ashanti Gold Belts;
•Has an experienced and skilled team - members that have managed Ghana's largest underground mine and together have discovered and developed more than 24Moz of gold resources and reserves in Ghana;
•Is listed on the Canadian Securities and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges and has announced plans to co-list its shares in Ghana;
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•Has strong ties to Ghana. Ghanaian citizens hold significant shareholding, board and executive roles;
•Explores its Keyhole, Fahiakoba and Betenase projects for new discoveries, all adjoining or along strike of major gold mines near the centre of Ghana’s Golden Triangle;
•Current NI 43-101 Resource: Measured and Indicated 20.1 million tonnes at 2.71 grams of gold per tonne for 1.81 Moz of gold, plus Inferred 8.41 million tonnes at 2.78 grams of gold per tonne for 0.75 Moz of gold.
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Bibiani Gold Mine
Bibiani is a historically significant Ghanaian gold mine situated in the western region of the country with past production of near 5Moz; is fully permitted with available mining and processing infrastructure on site consisting of a 3 million tonne per annum mill and processing plant, and existing underground mining infrastructure.
Current Resource: Measured and Indicated 20.1 million tonnes at 2.71 grams of gold per tonne for 1.81 Moz of gold, plus Inferred 8.41 million tonnes at 2.78 grams of gold per tonne for 0.75 Moz of gold. Asante has recognized additional exploration upside opportunities, both from near surface and underground targets.
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