• The New Liberty deposit is located on the Bea Mountain mining licence, in north-west Liberia
  • The New Liberty deposit is hosted in sheared and altered ultramafic rocks, and gold is associated with disseminated sulphides
  • The disseminated sulphide host body is more continuous than a quartz body and allows for easier exploration and mining. It is a highly sheared and mylonitised schist-belt, which trends east/south-east
  • Situated in an area of intensive alluvial gold mining, known as “Gold Camp”. Artisanal mining has been focussed in the eastern end of the deposit, but has now dispersed, due to the high water table
  • The orebody has a defined geophysical signature and is characterised by a zone of high chargeability, low resistivity and high magnetic intensity. Ground geophysical surveys highlight potential western extensions to the deposit
  • New Liberty lies on Archaean rocks. These formations host approximately 25% of the world’s gold. The west African Archaean rocks are under-explored, due to past political risk
  • New Liberty is located in secondary forest

New Liberty: Geology

New Liberty: Cross Sections