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Kivalliq Energy Corporation, an exploration stage company, focuses on the acquisition, exploration, and development of resource properties in Canada. It explores for uranium deposits. The company principally holds interests in the Angilak property covering 340,268 acres located in Nunavut Territory. Kivalliq Energy Corporation was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2008

kivalliq energy corp (KIV) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$180.0K
Total Annual Compensation: C$165.0K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$72.7K
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$180.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Kivalliq Energy Corp. Presents at Cambridge House International Canadian Investor Conference 2014, Jun-01-2014 01:40 PM

Kivalliq Energy Corp. Presents at Cambridge House International Canadian Investor Conference 2014, Jun-01-2014 01:40 PM. Venue: Vancouver Convention Centre West, 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC, V6C 0C3, Canada.

Kivalliq Energy Corp., Annual General Meeting, May 29, 2014

Kivalliq Energy Corp., Annual General Meeting, May 29, 2014., at 14:00 Pacific Standard Time. Location: 1020 - 800 West Pender Street. Agenda: To consider the audited annual financial statements of the company for its financial year ended September 30, 2013; to fix the number of directors at six; to consider the election of the directors of the company for the ensuing year; to appoint Davidson & Company LLP, Chartered Accountants, as auditor of the company for the ensuing year and authorize the directors to fix their remuneration; to approve and ratify the company's stock option plan; and to approve by ordinary resolution the company's advance notice policy.

Kivalliq Energy Corporation Provides Project Update for Kivalliq's 340,268 Acre Angilak Property Located in Nunavut Territory, Canada

Kivalliq Energy Corporation provided a project update for Kivalliq's 340,268 acre Angilak Property located in Nunavut Territory, Canada. In 2013, the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) in Saskatoon, SK, Canada commenced locked cycle alkaline leach testing on drill core samples from Kivalliq's Lac 50 Trend uranium deposits. These tests were designed to simulate continuous leaching operations, optimize processing conditions to remove impurities and determine dosage of reagents required. The locked cycle alkaline leaching tests show that after an initial charge of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate these reagents can be recycled. Any additional leach reagent needed can be produced onsite by capturing the carbon dioxide extracted from exhaust gases of diesel generators typical in mining operations. After initial start up, sodium hydroxide and lime are the only alkaline reagents that the alkaline leaching process will consume. An 8.7 kilogram composite sample derived from 49 drill core pulp rejects from 12 Lac 50 and J4 Zone drill holes was submitted to SRC for locked cycle leach tests. A total of 21 cycles were conducted at 70(o) C, 50% pulp density, 300 kPa of oxygen gas for up to 48 hours. Fresh alkaline solution, containing 50 g/L sodium carbonate and 20 g/L sodium bicarbonate, was only used in the first cycle to start the process. The other 20 cycles were performed in the recycled alkaline solutions after sodium diuranate precipitation and carbonation. Lime, as a calcium hydroxide solution, was used to precipitate and remove sulfate and other impurities. To reduce consumption of sodium hydroxide, lime was also used to remove excess sodium bicarbonate from the leach solution. The sodium hydroxide consumption rate was determined to be 16.9 kg/tonne while the consumption rate for lime was 7.6 kg/tonne. After sodium diuranate precipitation, excessive sodium hydroxide in the recycled barren solution was carbonated to produce sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate by introducing carbon dioxide gas. The process conditions of leaching, impurity removal, sodium diuranate precipitation, and carbonation achieved high uranium leaching recovery (>95% in 48 hours), effective lime precipitation impurity removal with low uranium loss (<0.1%), high uranium recovery in the sodium diuranate precipitate (99.6%), and consistent solution regeneration for recycling. Low Impurity Yellowcake Production: Sodium diuranate produced from each leach cycle was combined, dissolved in sulphuric acid, and precipitated as a single representative ammonium diuranate yellowcake final product. The final uranium peroxide yellowcake product was analyzed at SRC for uranium and impurities. The yellowcake produced contains 70.0% uranium and low impurity levels. Boron and magnesium are marginally higher than penalty levels but significantly below reject levels. All impurities assayed meet ASTM C976-13 standards. The conditions for uranium peroxide yellowcake production are not yet optimized and will be the focus of future testing. The results from these most recent tests demonstrate a 96.7% cumulative uranium recovery in a mass recovery of 49.2%. The testing also shows a 94.1% cumulative uranium recovery with a marked drop in mass recovery at 15.9%. The testing reflects the high-grade uranium characteristics at Lac 50 where the majority of uranium mineralization occurs as disseminations and veins of massive pitchblende within the carbonate and hematite alteration zone comprising the Lac 50 Trend inferred resource. Kivalliq provided TOMRA with a 222.7 kilogram composite sample from 4 drill holes, comprised of 46.4% ‘Mineralized Zone’ and 53.6% barren wall rock ‘Waste’, to determine the removal of internal dilution and dilution introduced through mining. The composite had a head grade of 0.21% uranium which included 103.4 kilograms of half split drill core from Lac 50 Zone and J4 Zone mineralization grading 0.45% uranium; and 119.3 kilograms of barren wall rock waste. TOMRA screened the composite material into four size fractions: (1) +25 mm; (2) +20 mm -25 mm; (3) +12 mm -20 mm; and (4) -12 mm ‘fines’. The samples were scanned and sorted using a bench top radiometric unit configured to simulate a full-scale radiometric sorter.


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