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Conway Resources Announces Extraction of Bulk Sample from Belleterre Mine Property

Conway Resources will commence the extraction of a 30 t bulk sample from the Belleterre mine property during mid of March, 2012.

The company will send the bulk sample to its strategic potential partner, who will start the material processing during early April.

Francois Kalos, Conway’s CEO and President, stated that the received results has authenticated the economic capability for gold processing from the property, using the chlorine technology of the company’s strategic partner. The company will completely processing the bulk sample from concentration through flotation method to the final processing in order to produce gold. This phase will allow the estimation of the economic parameters for the upcoming large scale production of gold at the property by means of this new green technology. The strategic partner has been awarded a grant from the Ministry of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade in Quebec, under the Green Technologies demonstration program.

Additionally, Conway is preparing a drill program at the property during the end of March, 2012. Mainly, this drill program will examine the Vein 18 that was outlined recently over a 2 km stretch and stays exposed at depth and along strike.

Conway, a mining exploration company, has one rare metals property and four gold properties in Quebec. The Belleterre Mine property is the location of historic Belleterre mine that previously encountered more than 800,000 oz gold.


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