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Columbus Gold Corporation acquires, explores, and develops mineral properties in the United States and French Guiana. The company owns a 100% interest in the Paul Isnard gold project that consists of 8 mining concessions and a pending exploration permit application covering 190 square kilometer located in the northwestern region of French Guiana, South America. It also owns interests in other projects that are located in Nevada and Arizona. The company was formerly known as Purple Vein Resources Ltd. and changed its name to Columbus Gold Corporation in December 2004. Columbus Gold Corporation was incorporated in 2003 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2003

columbus gold corp (CGT) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Member ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$150.0K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$35.7K
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$126.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

columbus gold corp (CGT) Key Developments

Columbus Gold Corporation Announces Drill Results from Additional 8 Holes from Its Phase Ii Resource Development Diamond Drilling Campaign At Montagne d'Or Gold Deposit, Paul Isnard Project, in French Guiana

Columbus Gold Corporation announced drill results from an additional 8 holes from its Phase II resource development diamond drilling campaign at its 100%-owned Montagne d'Or gold deposit, Paul Isnard Project, in French Guiana. Highlights of the 8 holes: All 8 holes, except 186, were drilled to better define the east-central section of the principal Upper Felsic Zone (UFZ). New drilling has demonstrated excellent lateral and depth continuity and consistency in average gold grade within the east-central section of the UFZ. New intersections include 1.59 g/t gold over 95.4 metres in hole 178. Hole 184 returned an intersection of 0.76 g/t gold over 64.6 metres, including 10.31 g/t gold over 3.0 metres, within the secondary Lower Favorable Zone ("LFZ"). Hole 185 returned an intersection of 1.58 g/t gold over 31.8 metres within the Footwall zone (FWZ). The FWZ, located on the northern fringe of the presently drill-defined mineralisation, remains poorly tested by drilling along the entire strike length of the deposit. The Phase II drilling program was completed in early November and amounted to 126 holes, for a total of 25,570 meters. The objectives of the Phase II drill program at the Montagne d'Or Gold Deposit were to: Complete a 50-meter spacing array over a strike extent of 2,300 meters to a vertical depth of 200 meters from surface, focused on mineralisation potentially amenable to open pit mining; Increase current mineralised tonnage within the deposit; Increase confidence in the gold grade-width distribution; Convert portions of the Inferred resources to the Indicated and Measured categories in accordance with NI 43-101 standards; and Acquire a better distribution of copper assays for added value to the deposit. The Montagne d'Or gold deposit is presently defined over 2,500-meter by 400-meters and to an average depth of 250 meters from surface. The mineralised zones remain open on strike to the west and at depth. Utilizing a cut- off grade of 0.4 g/t gold, the Montagne d'Or deposit hosts an Inferred resource of 140.1 million tonnes grading 1.0 g/t gold for a total of 4.31 million contained ounces of gold.

Columbus Gold Corporation Completes 25,570 Meter Phase II Drill Program at Montagne D'or Gold Deposit, French Guiana

Columbus Gold Corporation announced the completion of the Phase II resource development diamond drilling campaign on its 100%-owned Montagne d'Or gold deposit, Paul Isnard Project, French Guiana. The phase II program amounted to 126 holes, for a total of 25,570 meters. In addition, 6 large diameter HQ-calibre core holes totaling 975 meters were completed for the detailed metallurgical tests in progress. Assay results were released for 73 holes and results are pending for the remaining 53 holes of the program drilled within the principal Upper Felsic Zone. The objectives of the Phase II drill program at the Montagne d'Or Gold Deposit were to: complete a 50-meter spacing array over a strike extent of 2,300 meters to a vertical depth of 200 meters from surface, focused on mineralisation potentially amenable to open pit mining; increase current mineralised tonnage within the deposit; increase confidence in the gold grade-width distribution and acquire a better distribution of copper assays for added value to the deposit. An updated resource estimate, combined with concurrent detailed metallurgical tests and a preliminary environmental assessment are on target to support the completion of a Preliminary Economic Assessment on the Montagne d'Or deposit in early 2015.

Columbus Gold Corporation Announces Drill Results from Additional 9 Holes from Phase II at Montagne d'Or

Columbus Gold Corporation announced the drill results from an additional 9 holes from its Phase II resource development diamond drilling campaign currently underway at its 100%-owned Montagne d'Or gold deposit, Paul Isnard Project, in French Guiana. To date 106 holes (106 to 203 and 206 to 213) have been completed, for a total of 20,750 meters. Holes 170, 171, 172, 173 and 180 were planned to better define the west-central section of the principal Upper Felsic Zone (UFZ) of the deposit. Holes 174, 175, 181 and 182 were planned to better define the east-central section of the UFZ. All holes cut thick sulphide-gold mineralized intervals. Holes 170, 173 and 174 were extended to test the secondary Lower Favorable Zone (LFZ) at depth and returned notable gold mineralized intersection from this zone. The Montagne d'Or gold deposit is presently defined over 2,500-meter by 400-meters and to an average depth of 250 meters from surface. The mineralized zones remain open in part along strike, between widely spaced holes, and at depth. Utilizing a cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t gold, the Montagne d'Or deposit hosts an Inferred resource of 140.1 million tonnes grading 1.0 g/t gold for a total of 4.31 million contained ounces of gold. The drilling is being funded by Nord Gold N.V. as part of a minimum $30 million exploration and development program pursuant to which they can earn a 50.01% interest in Montagne d'Or and the Paul Isnard mineral claims, by completing a bankable feasibility study no later than March 2017. The drill program is currently advancing with three track-mounted diamond drill rigs, each operating on two 12-hour shifts per day, with the aim of completing the Phase II program in the first week of November 2014. Gold assay results were previously released for 58 short holes (106 to 163), which were completed at the northern foothill of Montagne d'Or massif and designed to test the near surface projection of the secondary LFZ and FWZ, and 6 holes (164 to 169) completed along the west portion of the main UFZ. The objectives of the Phase II resource development diamond drill program are to: Complete a 50-meter spacing array to a vertical depth of 200 meters from surface, focused on mineralization potentially amenable to open pit mining; Internally increase current mineralized tonnage; Increase confidence in the gold grade-width distribution; Convert portions of the Inferred resources to the Indicated and Measured categories in accordance with NI 43-101 standards; and Acquire a better distribution of copper assays for added value to the deposit. The core was photographed for reference, logged (geotechnical and geological) and identified sulphide mineralized sections were sawed in half. Sample lengths vary between 0.5 to 1.5 meters. Individual half core samples were placed and sealed in heavy duty cellophane plastic bags and placed by batch of 9 samples in sealed polypropylene bags for air transport to the Cayenne and trucking to Filab Amsud laboratory in Paramaribo, Suriname, an ISO 9001 and ISO /IEC 17025 accredited laboratory. The remaining half core is stored in core racks on site at Citron camp for reference. Samples were assayed for gold by fire-assay method using an atomic absorption finish on a 50-gram pulp split and ICP-MS multi-element analysis, including copper. A quality assurance and quality control program (QA/QC) was implemented by Columbus Gold and Filab Amsud to insure the accuracy and reproducibility of the analytical method and results. The QA/QC program includes the insertion of gold and copper standards, blanks and field duplicates in each laboratory assay batch and systematic re-assaying of samples returning values above 5 g/t Au by the fire-assay method using a gravimetric finish on a 50-gram pulp split. As well, 10% of random sample pulps are sent to SGS del Peru S.A.C. laboratory for gold check assaying.

 

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