Baru Gold Corporation (TSX.BARU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Priya Husada as Community Development and Government Relations Manager for the Sangihe project in Indonesia.
For more than 18 years Mr. Husada has been involved in various areas related to stakeholder’s issues working with a number of leading multinational mining companies, including BHP Billiton (Maruwai Coking Coal Project) and ITOCHU Corporation (Marunda Graha Mineral Coking Coal Project), handling stakeholder engagement, communications, community empowerment and governance affairs as well as marketing communications.
Mr. Husadahas managed wide variety of discussions and challenges between international companies and local stakeholders, specifically on land disputes, industrial relations, and community development programs, all with a focus to deliver a strategic approach to deliver win-win solutions for all parties involved. He brings a wealth of networks for Baru Gold’s stakeholder relationship efforts including contacts from local, provincial, federal government agencies, military, police departments, NGOs, local communities, contractors, media, and even interest groups representing indigenous communities in remote areas.
Baru Gold CEO, Mr Terry Filbert, commented, “Priya brings to Baru Gold his substantial experience in community relations and government administration for a wide range of past successful mining projects in Indonesia. His addition to the team is a major asset and will move the Sangihe gold project forward effectively during construction and production by initiating, building, and maintaining relationships with our community and stakeholders.”
ABOUT SANGIHE GOLD PROJECT
The Sangihe gold-copper project is located on the island of Sangihe off the northern coast of Sulawesi and has an existing National Instrument 43-101 inferred mineral resource of 114,700 indicated and 105,000 inferred ounces of gold as reported in the Company's "Independent Technical Report on the Mineral Resource Estimates of the Binebase and Bawone Deposits, Sangihe Project, North Sulawesi, Indonesia" dated May 30, 2017. Only 10% of the gold bearing area has been explored. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The Company's 70-percent interest in the Sangihe-mineral-tenement contract of work ("CoW") is held through PT Tambang Mas Sangihe (TMS). The remaining 30-percent interest in TMS is held by three Indonesian corporations. The term of the Sangihe CoW agreement is for 30 years upon commencement of the production phase of the project.
The Company intends to proceed to production without the benefit of first establishing mineral reserves supported by a feasibility study. The Company cautions readers that the any production decision made by the Company will not be based on a NI 43-101 feasibility study of mineral reserves that demonstrates economic and technical viability and as such, there may be involved increased uncertainty and various technological and economic risks such as the interpretation of drill results; the geology, grade and continuity of mineral deposits; the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with our expectations; commodity and currency price fluctuation; failure to obtain adequate financing; regulatory, recovery rates, refinery costs, and other relevant conversion factors, permitting and licensing risks; general market and mining exploration risks and production and economic risks related to design and engineering, manufacturing, technological processes and test procedures and the risk that the project’s output will not be salable at a price that will cover the project’s operating and maintenance costs.
ABOUT BARU GOLD CORPORATION
Baru Gold Corporation (formerly East Asia Minerals) is building Indonesia’s new gold producer. We are a dynamic junior gold developer with NI43-101 gold resources in Indonesia, a top 10 gold producer country in the world. In Q3 2020, Baru Gold has completed milestones of obtaining approval of the AMDAL environmental permit and paying the dead-rent tax on its Sangihe Gold open pit heap leach operation and is awaiting Operation License to advance the project to construction and production in 2021.
Our team of mining and finance professionals are based both in North America and locally in Indonesia and boast extensive experience in starting and operating small-scale gold and coal assets. With over $5.5 million in cash and strong retail and institutional shareholders support, Baru Gold is well positioned to take advantage of the increased interest in gold and precious metals with both exploration upsides and operation cashflow in 2021.
Frank Rocca, BAppSc.(Geology), MAusIMM, MAIG, Chief Geologist of Baru Gold Corp. is the Qualified Person as defined under NI 43-101 who has reviewed and approves the content of this release.
BARU GOLD CORPORATION
Per: “Terry Filbert”
Terry Filbert, Director
President & CEO
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