Monday, January 30, 2023

Kenorland conducts studies for gold recovery at Frotet project

Preliminary test work has demonstrated promising gold and silver recoveries at this project located in Quebec.

Kenorland Minerals announced preliminary metallurgical test results for the Regnault Gold System at the Frotet Project.

It should be noted that the project is located in northern Quebec, and is undertaken in a joint venture with Sumitomo Metal Mining Canada.


Initial test work began with the completion of well 22RDD149 which was connected to the Regnault discovery well 20RDD007.

The hole reported 29 meters grading 8.47 g/t gold, including 11.1 meters grading 18.43 g/t gold and 29 meters grading 16.61 g/t gold, including 9.9 meters grading 44.89 g/t gold.

Similarly, Kenora commented that the objectives of this study included the analysis of mineralogical characteristics.

Also preliminary evaluation of gold and silver recovery through cyanide sensitivity of Regnault ore.

“Preliminary test work has shown promising recovery of gold and silver from Regnault-style ore,” the company explained.

Further, it was indicated that the study was carried out in the Engineering Department, Mineral Resources Division of SMMCL.

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According to, the company plans additional work to further enhance recovery, including the effects of gravity separation of coarse gold.

and electrolysis before cyanide leaching, the possible effect of flotation before cyanide leaching, and the use of an activator (lead nitrate or citric acid) to enhance the extraction of precious metals from gold, silver, and mineral ores. Tellurium during cyanide leaching.

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