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Torex Gold Reports Impressive Results From the 2023 ELG Underground Drilling Program

 

 

 

 

 

Torex Gold Resources Inc. (TSX: TXG) is pleased to provide an update on the Company’s ongoing drilling program at ELG Underground. The ELG Underground exploration strategy is focused on expanding resources as well as extending and optimizing the life of ELG Underground well beyond 2026.

 

Jody Kuzenko, President & CEO of Torex, stated:

 

“We are excited about the latest assays from the drilling program at ELG Underground as the high grade intercepts continue to validate the long-term potential of this evolving orebody. Importantly, as our understanding of the structural controls matures, so does our confidence in our ability to continue to replace reserves and resources and to significantly grow the overall mineral endowment of the ELG Cluster. Our approach is to systematically drill and demonstrate the expansion of known ore shoots and target new mineralization through future exploration, all with a view to extending and enhancing the mine plan and further unlocking the significant cash generation capability of the Morelos asset.”

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

Infill drilling within ELG Underground continues to deliver outstanding results which support upgrading Inferred resources to the Indicated category. Additionally, advanced exploration drilling following up on high grade intercepts previously identified yielded impressive results that highlight the potential to expand resources. The results reported confirm the associated structural corridors of the ELG Underground, including north-northwest trends referred to as Sub-Sill, El Limón Sur, and El Limón West as well as a northeast trend referred to as El Limón Deep.

 

El Limón Sur Trend

  • Drill hole LS-293 returned 20.74 grams per tonne gold equivalent over 4.6 metres, being the first subsequent hole of a program at the El Limón Sur Deep zone post the previously reported high grade intercept from drill hole LS-220 (88.92 gpt AuEq over 14.5 m). LS-293 confirms the continuity and extension of the high-grade gold mineralization at El Limón Sur Deep for another 100 m at depth.
  • Advanced exploration drilling where the El Limón Sur Trend intersects the La Flaca fault returned multiple economic intercepts including 11.75 gpt AuEq over 22.9 m in LDUG-239, 11.55 gpt AuEq over 14.9 m in LDUG-290, 10.03 gpt AuEq over 14.4 m in LDUG-296, 11.71 gpt AuEq over 8.9 m in LDUG-277, 11.36 gpt AuEq over 8.7 m in LDUG-308, and 8.13 gpt AuEq over 12.4 m in LDUG-280. Given the results to date, this area represents a potential new mining front within ELG Underground.
  • Resource delineation drilling below the northern wall of El Limón Sur open pit was successful in confirming and extending high grade mineralization outside of the current resource block model. Several holes returned notable intercepts, including 44.93 gpt AuEq over 8.2 m in LS-152, 28.50 gpt AuEq over 4.5 m in LS-149, 14.45 gpt AuEq over 14.0 m in LS-234, 11.38 gpt AuEq over 12.4 m in LS-272, and 11.37 gpt AuEq over 10.5 m in LS-276.

 

El Limón Deep Trend

  • Infill and step-out drilling continues to extend mineralization at depth, with notable high grade intercepts including 33.91 gpt AuEq over 9.1 m in LDUG-256 and 35.81 gpt AuEq over 4.8 m in LDUG-268. High grade mineralization appears to be related to the intersection of the La Flaca fault with the Sub-Sill Trend, highlighting the possibility to encounter higher-grade mineralization where the La Flaca fault intersects the other NNW-trending structural corridors.

 

Sub-Sill Trend

  • Infill drilling returned high grade intercepts within the extension of the Sub-Sill zone including 19.45 gpt AuEq over 12.1 m and 21.32 gpt AuEq over 4.0 m in SST-312, and 23.32 gpt AuEq over 4.7 m in SST-313. Additionally, two holes drilled 250 m north of the La Flaca fault encountered mineralization, opening the exploration potential for additional mineralization to the north.

 

El Limón West Trend

  • Three drill intercepts encountered mineralization along the El Limón West Trend, indicating the potential for another new mining front within ELG Underground. Notable results included LS-287 with 17.74 gpt AuEq over 5.4 m and 10.04 gpt AuEq over 13.4 m as well as LS-229 with 6.90 gpt AuEq over 3.4 m. These drill holes have extended the continuity of mineralization 100 m to the south as well as 100 m below the deepest hole drilled to date within this zone.

 

2023 ELG UNDERGROUND DRILLING PROGRAM

 

As of the end of September, approximately 54,600 m across 235 holes had been drilled as part of the 2023 ELG brownfield and near-mine exploration and drilling programs, representing 96% of the planned metres for the year. Year to date, assay results have been received for 55% of the total holes drilled.

 

Figure 1: Plan view of ELG Underground including key structural trends (corridors)

 

 

With the additional drilling and evolving interpretation of the geology of ELG Underground, it is believed that there will be greater structural control of the mineralization as the deposits get deeper. To date, at least three main NNW structural corridors have been recognized and are assumed to be the main feeders of the system. The intersection of these NNW structures with the previously identified NE-trending faults (La Flaca and Z71) appear to be responsible for the high grade ore shoots identified to date.

 

During Q4, the priority will be to systematically drill the El Limón Sur Trend, where the greatest contribution of new ounces is expected. A geometric delineation program will be carried out, aimed at defining the full extent of the mineralization, which will be subject to resource categorization at the end of 2024.

 

Assay results reported in this press release include drill holes completed under the 2023 underground drilling program for which assays were received post the cut-off date for the July 11, 2023 press release (except drill hole LS-220 which was previously reported). Detailed drill results are reported in Table 7 (El Limón Sur Trend), Table 8 (Sub-Sill Trend), Table 9 (El Limón Deep Trend), and Table 10 (El Limón West Trend).

 

Drill hole intercepts are core lengths and not true widths. AuEq grades use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz gold, $20/oz silver, and $3.50/lb copper) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the year-end 2022 mineral resource estimate for ELG Underground (AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000).

 

EL LIMÓN SUR TREND (FIGURE 2)

 

The El Limón Sur Trend is a NNW-trending structural corridor which hosts the El Limón Sur Deep and Sub-Sill South zones as well as a developing new zone located where the Trend intersects the La Flaca fault. Drilling along the El Limón Sur Trend during 2023 has been focused on three key areas, with the aim of extending the mineralized footprint to the northwest, the southeast, and at depth, directions in which mineralization remains open.

 

The first area of focus was follow-up drilling around the high grade mineralization encountered at El Limón Sur Deep which was outlined in the July 11, 2023 press release. The most notable intercept from the latest round of drilling was LS-293, which extended higher-grade mineralization 100 m below LS-220, a previously-reported drill hole that returned 88.92 gpt AuEq over 14.5 m. This area is a key focus given the potential to extend higher-grade gold and copper mineralization at depth and to the southeast (Figure 1, sector I).

 

Table 1: Highlights from the 2023 follow-up drilling program along the El Limón Sur Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(gpt)
Ag
(gpt)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(gpt)
LS-234 52.00 66.00 14.00 13.69 16.4 0.35 14.45
LS-293 270.75 275.38 4.63 20.10 44.9 0.06 20.74

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

The second area of focus along the El Limón Sur Trend was a cluster of high-grade intercepts at the intersection of the Trend and the La Flaca fault. Drilling within this area returned multiple drill intercepts in excess of 10 gpt AuEq and widths in excess of 10 m, which is encouraging for future resource expansion. Several holes also returned impressive levels of copper mineralization, indicating the potential to sweeten future copper production once upgrades to the processing plant are completed as part of the Media Luna Project in late 2024 (Figure 1, sector II).

 

This particular section of the El Limón Sur Trend presents evidence of potentially being a main feeder of the mineralized system. Previous drilling intersected high grade mineralization at the 400 m level, indicating the potential for continuous mineralization 250 m below where the majority of drilling in this rapidly developing zone has been focused.

 

Table 2: Highlights from the 2023 advanced exploration program along the El Limón Sur Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(g/t)
Ag
(g/t)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(g/t)
LDUG-239 177.16 200.07 22.91 10.94 12.0 0.41 11.75
LDUG-271 191.94 197.50 5.56 10.86 80.2 1.13 13.65
LDUG-277 226.27 235.14 8.87 10.86 10.8 0.45 11.71
LDUG-280 262.56 274.99 12.43 5.26 30.9 1.56 8.13
LDUG-281 177.27 183.35 6.08 5.48 11.0 0.32 6.13
LDUG-290 250.17 265.10 14.93 9.97 7.9 0.93 11.55
LDUG-296 190.61 204.96 14.35 9.17 9.3 0.47 10.03
LDUG-308 241.04 249.72 8.68 10.44 21.9 0.41 11.36
LS-267 55.70 65.00 9.30 3.48 58.7 3.90 10.44

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

The third area of focus was infill drilling with the aim of upgrading and expanding resources within Sub-Sill South, specifically below the El Limón Sur open pit. Drill results within this area were better than anticipated with several holes returning intercepts in excess of 10 gpt AuEq and widths in excess of 10 m. This mineralization could be accessed via a subsequent expansion of the El Limón Sur open pit or potentially through an expansion of Sub-Sill South (Figure 1, sector III).

 

Table 3: Highlights from the 2023 resource delineation program along the El Limón Sur Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(g/t)
Ag
(g/t)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(g/t)
LS-134 126.71 133.11 6.40 14.60 3.1 0.05 14.72
LS-137 112.54 119.25 6.71 21.24 5.8 0.08 21.44
LS-141 119.00 131.72 12.72 9.14 1.1 0.02 9.18
LS-149 10.00 14.45 4.45 28.34 4.4 0.07 28.50
LS-150 261.72 266.66 4.94 13.61 5.8 0.11 13.86
LS-151 7.30 20.00 12.70 15.45 5.5 0.01 15.54
LS-152 6.68 14.84 8.16 44.69 11.6 0.06 44.93
LS-153 213.00 220.18 7.18 9.60 4.3 0.08 9.79
LS-246 59.80 69.95 10.15 10.00 2.8 0.06 10.13
LS-248 39.06 50.00 10.94 10.54 4.1 0.06 10.69
LS-249 99.75 107.30 7.55 9.48 2.5 0.00 9.51
LS-269 35.60 47.80 12.20 7.59 5.0 0.26 8.07
LS-272 36.00 48.44 12.44 11.30 2.8 0.03 11.38
LS-274 56.14 71.57 15.43 4.98 10.9 0.25 5.51
LS-276 53.18 63.65 10.47 10.61 13.3 0.37 11.37

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

A key drilling focus for the remainder of 2023 is to test the continuity of mineralization across the El Limón Sur Trend down to the 600 m level, which is approximately 300 m below the current level of mineralization at the Sub-Sill South zone. If the continuity of the mineralization is confirmed, the geological concept of the NNW-trending structural corridors will be validated, and further drilling will be carried out to replicate the results along the Sub-Sill Trend and El Limón West Trend as well as at depth along the El Limón Sur Trend.

 

EL LIMÓN DEEP TREND (FIGURE 3)

 

The El Limón Deep Trend is a NE-trending structural corridor, closely related to the La Flaca fault. Infill and step-out drilling along the northeast corridor near the intersection with the Sub-Sill Trend returned several impressive intercepts, which indicate the potential to expand resources at depth while upgrading Inferred resources to the Indicated category. Notable holes include LDUG-256 and LDUG-268, which returned intercepts with AuEq grades in excess of an ounce per tonne (Figure 1, sector IV).

 

Table 4: Highlights from the 2023 resource delineation program along the El Limón Deep Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(g/t)
Ag
(g/t)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(g/t)
LDUG-250 117.44 125.00 7.56 5.29 2.0 0.01 5.32
LDUG-256 116.05 125.13 9.08 32.95 7.4 0.54 33.91
LDUG-259 82.19 87.52 5.33 3.39 19.2 1.45 5.95
LDUG-260 161.40 169.86 8.46 5.28 2.4 0.06 5.41
LDUG-262 78.00 83.00 5.00 7.17 8.6 0.46 8.01
LDUG-268 100.17 105.00 4.83 35.41 11.7 0.16 35.81
  114.14 119.53 5.39 6.58 4.3 0.15 6.87
LDUG-276 189.74 198.00 8.26 1.17 51.0 1.45 4.11

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

The intersection of the NNW structural corridors with the La Flaca fault will be a key area of focus for our 2024 brownfield exploration program.

 

SUB-SILL TREND (FIGURE 4)

 

The Sub-Sill Trend is a NNW-trending structural corridor. Exploration drilling along the Sub-Sill Trend has been limited by mining operations in the area. However, the resource categorization drilling that has been conducted continues to confirm the continuity of mineralization at depth and to the north of the current mining areas (Figure 1, sector V).

 

Table 5: Highlights from the 2023 resource delineation program along the Sub-Sill Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(g/t)
Ag
(g/t)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(g/t)
LDUG-234 142.13 152.00 9.87 3.23 5.8 0.38 3.92
LDUG-241 156.73 159.76 3.03 2.49 5.8 0.50 3.35
SST-312 84.33 88.28 3.95 11.25 61.9 5.82 21.32
  133.12 145.23 12.11 14.90 45.1 2.50 19.45
SST-313 151.27 155.96 4.69 23.18 9.3 0.01 23.32

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

Additionally, drilling at the northern end of the Sub-Sill Trend (LDUG-234 and LDUG-241), 250 m from the La Flaca fault, encountered mineralization above the resource cut-off grade, which suggests the potential for a new zone of mineralization. This zone is close to existing mine infrastructure and could be developed quickly if the zone can be expanded through future drilling and proven to be economic (Figure 1, sector VI).

 

EL LIMÓN WEST TREND (FIGURE 5)

 

The El Limón West Trend is a NNW-trending structural corridor that hosts a potential new underground mining front below the El Limón Sur open pit. Drilling in this area has been extremely successful in expanding the mineralized potential of this evolving area of ELG Underground. Drill hole LS-229 was successful in extending the known mineralized footprint more than 100 m at depth while drill hole LS-287 returned two high grade intercepts which have extended the mineralized footprint 100 m to the south, directions in which mineralization remains open (Figure 1, sector VII).

 

Table 6: Highlights from the 2023 drill testing program along the El Limón West Trend

 

Drill Hole From
(m)
To
(m)
Core Length1
(m)
Au
(g/t)
Ag
(g/t)
Cu
(%)
AuEq2
(g/t)
LS-229 338.00 341.38 3.38 2.36 65.2 2.33 6.90
LS-287 164.00 169.40 5.40 14.98 73.1 1.16 17.74
  198.65 212.05 13.40 9.16 10.1 0.47 10.04

Notes to Table:

1) Intercepts are reported as core length (not true width/thickness). Core lengths reflect drilling core recovery.
2) The gold equivalent grade calculation used is as follows: AuEq (gpt) = Au (gpt) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000 and use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz Au, $20/oz Ag, and $3.50/lb Cu) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag, and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground.

 

Development of a new mining front at El Limón West could be accessed via future underground infrastructure at El Limón Sur Deep, potentially via the bottom of the El Limón Sur open pit or through the Guajes Tunnel, which passes approximately 300 m to the south.

 

GEOLOGY OF THE ELG MINE COMPLEX

 

The ELG Mine Complex, located in the central part of the Guerrero Gold Belt in southwest Mexico, is hosted in the Mesozoic carbonate-rich Morelos Platform, which has been intruded by Paleocene granodiorite stocks, sills, dikes and afterwards uplifted close to surface by maar-diatreme complexes.

 

Skarn-hosted gold mineralization develops along contacts of the intrusive rocks and carbonate-rich sedimentary rocks of the Cuautla and Morelos formations, as well as along the footwall contact of the Mezcala Formation. At depth, the mineralization has a strong structural control related to the main stages of deformation, with the collision of allochthonous terrain being responsible for the major north-south faults, while the almost east-west faulting is associated with the beginning of the subduction process.

 

Gold mineralization at ELG occurs in special association with a skarn body that was developed along a 2-kilometre-long corridor following the northeast contact of the ELG granodiorite stock. The skarn zone that occurs at the marble stratigraphic level of the Morelos Formation is in contact with hornfels developed in the Mezcala Formation. At El Limón, skarn mineralization is also structurally controlled by north-south and north-east trending faults. Early-stage deposition corresponds to skarn alteration and mineralization at ELG and is fairly typical of calcic gold-skarn systems. Zones of coarse, massive, garnet-dominant skarn appear within and along the stock margin, with fine-grained pyroxene-dominant skarn more common at greater distances from the contact with the stock. Significant gold mineralization at ELG is spatially associated with the skarn, preferentially occurring in pyroxene-rich exoskarn but also hosted in garnet-rich endoskarn that has been affected by retrograde alteration, which suggests that the most important gold event is late stage and of epithermal origin.

 

Dykes and sills are found to crosscut the hornfels and marble, along the structural trends mentioned above, and are spatially associated with the skarn formation and in some cases these are the ore controls of the main gold mineralization stage at depth.

 

The style of mineralization at El Limón Deep, El Limón Sur, Sub-Sill, and El Limón West trends is characterized by gold with locally high silver and copper grades. Given that gold precipitates due to the buffer exerted by the early stage of calc-silicate alteration and sulfide mineralization, it is free and generally dissociated from the previous copper event mainly related to chalcopyrite.

 

QA/QC AND QUALIFIED PERSON

 

Torex maintains an industry-standard analytical quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) and data verification program to monitor laboratory performance and ensure high-quality assays. Results from this program confirm reliability of the assay results. All sampling and analytical work for the mine exploration program is performed by SGS de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (“SGS”) in Durango, and by SGS at Minera Media Luna site facilities in Mexico. Gold analyses comprise fire assays with atomic absorption or gravimetric finish. External check assays for QA/QC purposes are performed at ALS Chemex de Mexico S.A. de C.V.

 

The analytical QA/QC program is currently overseen by Carlo Nasi, Chief Mine Geologist for Minera Media Luna, S.A. de C.V.

 

Scientific and technical data contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Carolina Milla, P.Eng. Ms. Milla is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (Member ID #168350), has experience relevant to the style of mineralization under consideration, is a qualified person under NI 43-101, and is an employee of Torex. Ms. Milla has verified the data disclosed, including sampling, analytical, and test data underlying the drill results; verification included visually reviewing the drill holes in three dimensions, comparing the assay results to the original assay certificates, reviewing the drilling database, and reviewing core photography consistent with standard practice. Ms. Milla consents to the inclusion in this release of said data in the form and context in which they appear.

 

Additional information on the ELG Underground, sampling and analyses, analytical labs, and methods used for data verification is available in the Company’s technical report entitled the “Morelos Property, NI 43-101 Technical Report, ELG Mine Complex Life of Mine Plan and Media Luna Feasibility Study, Guerrero State, Mexico”, dated effective March 16, 2022 filed on March 31, 2022 (the “2022 Technical Report”) and in the annual information form (“AIF”) dated March 30, 2023, each filed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and the Company’s website at www.torexgold.com.

 

ABOUT TOREX GOLD RESOURCES INC.

 

Torex is an intermediate gold producer based in Canada, engaged in the exploration, development, and operation of its 100% owned Morelos Property, an area of 29,000 hectares in the highly prospective Guerrero Gold Belt located 180 kilometres southwest of Mexico City. The Company’s principal asset is the Morelos Complex, which includes the El Limón Guajes (“ELG”) Mine Complex, the Media Luna Project, a processing plant, and related infrastructure. Commercial production from the Morelos Complex commenced on April 1, 2016 and an updated Technical Report for the Morelos Complex was released in March 2022. Torex’s key strategic objectives are to optimize and extend production from the ELG Mine Complex, de-risk and advance Media Luna to commercial production, build on ESG excellence, and to grow through ongoing exploration across the entire Morelos Property.

 

Figure 2: Drilling along the El Limón Sur Trend highlights the potential to extend mineralization at depth at El Limón Sur Deep, expand resources at Sub-Sill South, and highlights a potential new mining front along trend to the northwest

 

Figure 3: Step-out and infill drilling continue to extend mineralization at depth at ELD

 

 

Figure 4: Infill drilling returned high grade intercepts within the extension of Sub-Sill and encountered mineralization 250 m north of the La Flaca fault

 

 

Figure 5: Three new drill holes encountered mineralization along the El Limón West Trend, expanding the exploration potential for another new mining front within ELG Underground

 

 

 

Table 7: Drill results testing mineralization extensions along the El Limón Sur Trend

 

              Final Intercept  
Drill Hole Program UTM-E UTM-N Elevation Azimuth Dip Depth From To Core Length Au Ag Cu AuEq Lithology
    (m) (m) (m) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t) (%) (g/t)  
LS-133 Step-Out 422137.63 1989681.25 1085.17 260.0 -86.0 180.00 166.00 169.00 3.00 0.85 1.5 0.06 0.96 Skarn/MSO
LS-134 Infill 422176.41 1989597.30 1074.32 260.0 -66.0 149.00 77.71 81.46 3.75 13.50 2.6 0.01 13.55 Skarn
                126.71 133.11 6.40 14.60 3.1 0.05 14.72 Skarn
LS-135 Step-Out 422176.72 1989597.30 1074.29 260.0 -77.0 188.00 32.42 41.63 9.21 7.95 1.7 0.01 7.99 Skarn
                54.87 58.76 3.89 8.74 2.7 0.01 8.79 Skarn
LS-136 Infill 422144.88 1989651.18 1080.80 260.0 -86.0 189.00 139.46 144.00 4.54 2.60 2.6 0.00 2.64 Skarn
LS-137 Infill 422150.13 1989622.43 1077.54 260.0 -80.0 203.00 112.54 119.25 6.71 21.24 5.8 0.08 21.44 Skarn
                139.22 146.68 7.46 4.33 1.4 0.04 4.41 Skarn
LS-138 Step-Out 422150.91 1989623.02 1077.57 80.0 -45.0 203.00 61.78 67.08 5.30 0.16 0.5 0.01 0.18 Skarn
                152.46 155.35 2.89 0.25 12.2 0.66 1.46 Skarn
LS-139 Step-Out 422149.51 1989622.77 1077.65 80.0 -67.0 101.00 89.15 92.00 2.85 2.12 0.5 0.00 2.13 Skarn
LS-140 Step-Out 422148.76 1989622.63 1077.67 80.0 -88.0 155.50 105.03 109.14 4.11 6.46 5.8 0.00 6.53 Skarn
LS-141 Infill 422150.08 1989622.01 1077.59 260.0 -73.0 218.00 119.00 131.72 12.72 9.14 1.1 0.02 9.18 Skarn
                144.94 152.07 7.13 7.96 7.8 0.11 8.22 Skarn
LS-142 Infill 422137.95 1989681.18 1085.11 80.0 -84.0 229.00 153.31 157.80 4.49 5.44 2.7 0.06 5.57 Skarn
LS-143 Step-Out 422144.69 1989652.49 1080.79 260.0 -78.0 207.00 146.33 149.78 3.45 1.03 3.5 0.08 1.19 Skarn
LS-144 Step-Out 422139.25 1989682.58 1085.52 260.0 -76.0 198.00 137.08 141.29 4.21 2.47 0.5 0.01 2.49 Skarn
LS-145 Infill 422176.41 1989597.78 1074.35 260.0 -56.0 219.00 165.09 171.20 6.11 3.87 1.4 0.06 3.99 Skarn
                177.18 182.08 4.90 10.52 4.4 0.02 10.61 Skarn
                204.50 209.65 5.15 3.98 3.9 0.01 4.05 Skarn
LS-146 Infill 422149.99 1989623.49 1077.64 260.0 -64.0 210.00 122.57 136.03 13.46 5.10 1.2 0.00 5.12 Skarn
                156.94 160.00 3.06 4.59 2.0 0.07 4.73 Skarn
LS-147 Infill 422140.74 1989670.39 1083.92 260.0 -82.0 180.00 150.13 155.63 5.50 4.63 1.2 0.03 4.69 Skarn
LS-148 Step-Out 422139.96 1989666.50 1083.00 260.0 -73.0 193.00 167.05 171.64 4.59 1.17 4.2 0.03 1.27 Skarn
LS-149 Step-Out 422238.35 1989576.83 1067.52 260.0 -61.0 189.00 10.00 14.45 4.45 28.34 4.4 0.07 28.50 Skarn
                93.00 98.86 5.86 4.75 0.5 0.01 4.77 Skarn
LS-150 Infill 422123.97 1989739.17 1090.99 260.0 -84.0 290.00 209.00 216.00 7.00 4.29 3.3 0.41 4.99 Skarn
                220.38 244.42 24.04 3.66 1.5 0.04 3.75 Skarn
                261.72 266.66 4.94 13.61 5.8 0.11 13.86 Skarn
LS-151 Infill 422215.25 1989587.95 1069.90 260.0 -49.0 189.00 7.30 20.00 12.70 15.45 5.5 0.01 15.54 Skarn
                148.00 151.39 3.39 35.74 8.0 0.06 35.94 Skarn
LS-152 Step-Out 422215.66 1989588.07 1069.54 260.0 -59.0 177.00 6.68 14.84 8.16 44.69 11.6 0.06 44.93 Skarn
LS-153 Infill 422139.60 1989681.35 1085.47 260.0 -68.0 231.00 178.62 188.00 9.38 4.53 6.1 0.15 4.85 Skarn
                194.38 199.86 5.48 9.44 6.4 0.14 9.74 Skarn
                213.00 220.18 7.18 9.60 4.3 0.08 9.79 Skarn
                227.32 231.00 3.68 5.72 1.1 0.00 5.74 Veinlets GDI
LS-154 Infill 422143.81 1989652.29 1080.60 260.0 -79.0 203.50 129.76 136.52 6.76 5.12 0.9 0.02 5.16 Skarn
LS-155 Infill 422161.81 1989609.76 1076.44 260.0 -76.0 213.00 135.79 140.50 4.71 6.68 1.6 0.04 6.77 Skarn
LS-156 Infill 422161.33 1989609.55 1076.33 260.0 -66.0 197.00 84.16 88.39 4.23 9.04 1.8 0.03 9.12 Skarn
                111.55 119.09 7.54 2.57 0.8 0.02 2.61 Skarn
                146.66 154.69 8.03 6.69 2.1 0.07 6.83 Skarn
LS-157 Step-Out 422161.79 1989609.11 1076.05 80.0 -78.0 111.00 81.78 85.83 4.05 0.44 0.5 0.01 0.46 Skarn
LS-158 Infill 422162.00 1989609.54 1076.01 260.0 -86.0 222.00 119.50 123.26 3.76 3.59 0.7 0.00 3.60 Skarn
LS-159 Step-Out 422147.81 1989637.07 1079.12 260.0 -73.0 176.00 98.44 102.00 3.56 1.81 0.5 0.00 1.82 Skarn
LS-234 Infill 422176.83 1989292.14 959.85 80.0 -45.0 99.00 52.00 66.00 14.00 13.69 16.4 0.35 14.45 Skarn
                58.00 62.00 4.00 27.00 31.3 0.66 28.43 Skarn
LS-235 Infill 422195.44 1989340.99 956.38 80.0 -47.0 60.00 22.35 29.00 6.65 2.69 0.5 0.01 2.71 Skarn/ veinlets GDI
LS-236 Infill 422193.35 1989355.55 956.08 80.0 -46.0 51.00 22.00 27.00 5.00 0.35 1.1 0.03 0.41 Skarn
LS-237 Infill 422192.88 1989371.73 956.15 80.0 -48.0 42.00 16.42 20.78 4.36 1.04 2.9 0.08 1.20 Skarn
LS-238 Infill 422180.53 1989384.52 955.92 80.0 -45.0 48.00 27.07 32.45 5.38 0.32 1.1 0.03 0.38 Skarn
LS-239 Infill 422165.02 1989323.92 954.80 83.0 -61.0 126.00 84.05 90.00 5.95 2.56 3.1 0.08 2.73 Skarn
                97.00 104.00 7.00 3.05 2.4 0.06 3.18 Skarn
LS-240 Infill 422160.99 1989609.85 1076.14 260.0 -59.5 168.00 115.52 123.49 7.97 1.30 0.5 0.01 1.32 Skarn
LS-241 Infill 422148.45 1989637.89 1079.00 260.0 -65.5 162.00 117.47 120.66 3.19 2.46 0.5 0.00 2.47 Skarn
LS-243 Infill 422146.98 1989637.70 1079.06 80.0 -84.0 123.00 106.00 111.68 5.68 5.39 2.6 0.04 5.49 Skarn
LS-244 Infill 422146.97 1989637.86 1079.17 80.0 -86.5 165.00 108.00 116.00 8.00 1.09 0.9 0.03 1.15 Skarn
LS-245 Infill 422159.07 1989609.72 1076.27 80.0 -66.0 90.00 70.44 75.00 4.56 1.32 3.2 0.13 1.57 Skarn
LS-246 Infill 422162.84 1989610.29 1075.97 80.0 -45.0 78.00 59.80 69.95 10.15 10.00 2.8 0.06 10.13 Skarn
LS-248 Infill 422190.10 1989599.41 1073.14 80.0 -45.0 70.00 39.06 50.00 10.94 10.54 4.1 0.06 10.69 Skarn
LS-249 Infill 422148.97 1989622.34 1077.61 80.0 -79.0 147.00 99.75 107.30 7.55 9.48 2.5 0.00 9.51 Skarn
LS-250 Infill 422216.27 1989588.65 1069.54 0.0 -90.0 78.00 33.82 42.09 8.27 3.79 3.8 0.23 4.20 Skarn
LS-251 Infill 422217.19 1989589.14 1069.33 80.0 -45.0 45.00 19.15 29.78 10.63 4.06 1.0 0.01 4.09 Skarn
                37.49 41.08 3.59 7.87 11.6 0.67 9.08 Skarn
LS-252 Infill 422149.95 1989622.50 1077.63 80.0 -56.5 87.00 69.58 72.95 3.37 0.85 0.5 0.01 0.87 Skarn
LS-255 Infill 422149.57 1989623.57 1077.64 260.0 -60.0 162.00 132.00 138.55 6.55 3.53 1.0 0.02 3.57 Skarn
LS-256 Infill 422133.59 1989543.41 1033.31 80.0 -75.0 72.00 25.00 29.91 4.91 3.07 0.8 0.02 3.11 Skarn
LS-257 Infill 422166.59 1989553.19 1036.38 87.0 -55.0 75.00 52.73 57.00 4.27 12.45 6.8 0.28 12.98 Skarn
LS-260 Infill 422176.08 1989530.37 1028.93 125.0 -59.0 79.00 55.00 59.00 4.00 2.20 16.8 0.57 3.32 Skarn
                67.00 73.00 6.00 2.95 10.8 0.80 4.36 Skarn
LS-263 Infill 422214.34 1989511.64 1023.83 260.0 -82.0 52.00 0.00 6.78 6.78 2.05 12.5 0.48 2.97 Skarn
                14.84 19.20 4.36 5.62 69.3 2.98 11.24 Skarn
                43.00 50.39 7.39 1.97 15.8 0.65 3.20 Skarn
LS-265 Infill 422215.88 1989512.21 1023.61 80.0 -60.0 36.00 6.82 13.08 6.26 1.80 1.4 0.05 1.90 Skarn
LS-267 Infill 422179.49 1989535.79 1028.62 80.0 -64.0 72.00 41.70 47.00 5.30 2.76 7.7 0.27 3.29 Skarn
                55.70 65.00 9.30 3.48 58.7 3.90 10.44 Skarn / Breccia
LS-268 Infill 422160.56 1989471.72 986.28 80.0 -48.0 50.00 4.00 15.00 11.00 2.74 7.2 0.33 3.36 Skarn
                35.13 41.63 6.50 5.44 2.4 0.03 5.52 Skarn
LS-269 Infill 422182.27 1989536.37 1028.53 80.0 -43.0 60.00 35.60 47.80 12.20 7.59 5.0 0.26 8.07 Skarn
LS-270 Infill 422165.58 1989461.67 984.94 110.0 -60.0 81.00 40.08 53.00 12.92 2.67 2.7 0.05 2.78 Skarn
LS-271 Infill 422120.10 1989457.00 991.02 90.0 -56.0 78.00 52.00 58.67 6.67 5.94 5.8 0.12 6.20 Skarn
LS-272 Infill 422221.60 1989423.00 976.91 260.0 -60.0 71.00 36.00 48.44 12.44 11.30 2.8 0.03 11.38 Skarn
LS-273 Infill 422227.60 1989409.00 975.14 260.0 -68.0 66.00 53.30 57.30 4.00 0.23 8.5 0.16 0.59 Skarn
LS-274 Infill 422119.90 1989456.00 990.90 114.0 -54.0 78.00 56.14 71.57 15.43 4.98 10.9 0.25 5.51 Skarn
                56.14 60.16 4.02 16.89 30.1 0.66 18.32 Skarn
LS-275 Infill 422226.92 1989408.58 975.38 260.0 -54.0 72.00 38.50 46.97 8.47 1.62 25.1 0.55 2.81 Skarn
LS-276 Infill 422119.30 1989457.00 990.96 104.0 -62.5 105.00 53.18 63.65 10.47 10.61 13.3 0.37 11.37 Skarn
                55.00 60.00 5.00 21.14 21.0 0.64 22.43 Skarn
LS-280 Infill 422256.26 1989634.37 1113.38 55.0 -75.0 58.70 18.28 22.16 3.88 0.88 0.5 0.00 0.89 Skarn
LS-282 Infill 422252.79 1989632.85 1113.03 271.5 -66.0 102.00 43.49 47.05 3.56 1.78 0.5 0.00 1.79 Skarn
LS-283 Infill 422191.77 1989660.90 1105.13 112.5 -71.0 111.00 70.81 74.03 3.22 0.16 0.5 0.00 0.17 Skarn
LS-293 Step-Out 422115.00 1989265.80 927.20 80.0 -66.0 285.00 270.75 275.38 4.63 20.10 44.9 0.06 20.74 Skarn
LDUG-236 Step-Out 421951.89 1990113.72 948.14 190.0 -85.5 315.00 242.90 246.00 3.10 0.03 10.9 1.42 2.44 MSO
LDUG-239 Step-Out 421953.81 1990114.56 948.28 141.0 -61.0 258.00 177.16 200.07 22.91 10.94 12.0 0.41 11.75 Skarn
LDUG-242 Step-Out 421950.81 1990116.56 948.63 275.0 -83.0 270.00 248.59 252.00 3.41 0.19 13.4 0.51 1.18 Skarn
LDUG-266 Step-Out 421980.48 1990161.82 948.32 137.0 -72.0 270.00 175.98 180.48 4.50 3.72 9.9 0.89 5.26 Skarn
LDUG-271 Step-Out 421978.83 1990161.32 947.33 141.0 -80.0 222.00 191.94 197.50 5.56 10.86 80.2 1.13 13.65 Skarn
LDUG-273 Step-Out 421977.59 1990161.48 947.41 185.0 -88.0 252.00 176.91 180.82 3.91 4.60 23.4 0.58 5.81 Skarn
LDUG-277 Step-Out 421978.07 1990161.36 947.32 134.0 -65.5 318.00 226.27 235.14 8.87 10.86 10.8 0.45 11.71 Skarn
LDUG-279 Step-Out 421994.07 1990231.43 946.89 190.5 -77.5 261.00 180.65 184.40 3.75 4.00 17.7 1.06 5.92 Skarn
LDUG-280 Step-Out 422176.56 1990136.75 676.04 235.0 0.0 312.00 192.41 197.11 4.70 4.48 1.4 0.02 4.54 Skarn
                262.56 274.99 12.43 5.26 30.9 1.56 8.13 Skarn
LDUG-281 Step-Out 421994.58 1990231.23 946.92 154.5 -67.0 252.00 177.27 183.35 6.08 5.48 11.0 0.32 6.13 Skarn
LDUG-288 Step-Out 421911.80 1990095.42 948.28 196.0 -81.0 393.00 247.50 252.57 5.07 3.48 23.1 1.16 5.63 Skarn
LDUG-290 Step-Out 421913.31 1990095.31 948.19 155.0 -69.5 312.00 250.17 265.10 14.93 9.97 7.9 0.93 11.55 Skarn
LDUG-296 Step-Out 421952.02 1990113.67 948.24 167.0 -80.0 222.00 190.61 204.96 14.35 9.17 9.3 0.47 10.03 Skarn
LDUG-308 Step-Out 421953.99 1990115.26 948.29 120.0 -62.0 306.00 241.04 249.72 8.68 10.44 21.9 0.41 11.36 Skarn
SST-283 Infill 422103.90 1989762.96 1092.19 66.0 -70.0 219.00 171.29 176.50 5.21 3.29 5.9 0.10 3.52 Skarn
                201.00 210.78 9.78 5.08 13.4 0.36 5.82 Skarn
SST-317 Step-Out 421954.35 1990114.67 948.07 124.0 -59.0 432.00 149.70 153.62 3.92 4.53 8.5 0.26 5.06 Skarn
                188.80 196.33 7.53 3.89 12.6 0.51 4.86 Skarn
                216.88 222.82 5.94 3.33 8.0 0.14 3.65 Skarn

Notes to Table


1) Intercepts are core lengths and do not represent true thickness of mineralized zones.
2) Core lengths subject to rounding.
3) Torex is not aware of any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of the data.
4) Gold equivalent (“AuEq”) grades use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz gold (“Au”), $20/oz silver (“Ag”) and $3.50/lb copper (“Cu”)) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground (AuEq (gpt) = Au (g/t) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000).

 

Table 8: Drill results from step-out drilling at depth and to the north along the Sub-Sill Trend

 

              Final Intercept  
Drill Hole Program UTM-E UTM-N Elevation Azimuth Dip Depth From To Core Length Au Ag Cu AuEq Lithology
    (m) (m) (m) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t) (%) (g/t)  
SST-312 Step-Out 422333.30 1990194.01 683.32 144.0 -15.0 246.00 84.33 88.28 3.95 11.25 61.9 5.82 21.32 Skarn
                133.12 145.23 12.11 14.90 45.1 2.50 19.45 Skarn
SST-313 Step-Out 422331.82 1990193.86 682.47 205.5 -37.5 231.00 151.27 155.96 4.69 23.18 9.3 0.01 23.32 Skarn

Notes to Table

1) Intercepts are core lengths and do not represent true thickness of mineralized zones.
2) Core lengths subject to rounding.
3) Torex is not aware of any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of the data.
4) Gold equivalent (“AuEq”) grades use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz gold (“Au”), $20/oz silver (“Ag”) and $3.50/lb copper (“Cu”)) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground (AuEq (gpt) = Au (g/t) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000).

Table 9: Drill results from infill and step-out drilling at depth along the El Limón Deep Trend

 

              Final Intercept  
Drill Hole Program UTM-E UTM-N Elevation Azimuth Dip Depth From To Core Length Au Ag Cu AuEq Lithology
    (m) (m) (m) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t) (%) (g/t)  
LDUG-234 Step-Out 422292.38 1990577.93 742.09 255.5 17.5 171.00 142.13 152.00 9.87 3.23 5.8 0.38 3.92 Skarn
LDUG-235 Infill 422292.37 1990577.64 740.98 241.0 -5.5 129.00 No skarn intercepted            
LDUG-240 Step-Out 422293.07 1990578.77 741.81 284.0 15.0 165.00 96.19 97.85 1.66 0.08 5.0 0.53 0.99 MSO
LDUG-241 Step-Out 422292.39 1990577.88 743.06 255.5 30.0 204.00 156.73 159.76 3.03 2.49 5.8 0.50 3.35 MSO
LDUG-250 Infill 422028.43 1990285.13 878.53 105.0 -30.5 138.00 70.00 74.17 4.17 2.44 8.8 0.61 3.53 Skarn
                117.44 125.00 7.56 5.29 2.0 0.01 5.32 Skarn
LDUG-252 Step-Out 422188.08 1990257.56 979.41 211.0 -51.0 78.00 74.50 78.00 3.50 4.61 1.4 0.06 4.72 Skarn
LDUG-253 Infill 422028.76 1990284.79 878.42 114.0 -40.0 156.00 108.50 112.00 3.50 3.75 2.0 0.14 4.00 Skarn
LDUG-255 Infill 422027.42 1990284.66 878.31 121.0 -33.0 150.00 125.60 129.93 4.33 5.63 1.5 0.04 5.71 Skarn
LDUG-256 Infill 422027.50 1990284.51 878.31 105.5 -44.0 162.00 116.05 125.13 9.08 32.95 7.4 0.54 33.91 Skarn
                147.00 151.25 4.25 2.34 21.4 1.59 5.15 Skarn
LDUG-259 Infill 422027.94 1990281.13 878.18 93.0 -49.0 165.00 82.19 87.52 5.33 3.39 19.2 1.45 5.95 Skarn
                151.00 155.63 4.63 4.67 11.6 0.52 5.64 Skarn
LDUG-260 Infill 422027.26 1990284.33 878.32 99.0 -54.0 225.00 161.40 169.86 8.46 5.28 2.4 0.06 5.41 Skarn
LDUG-262 Infill 422027.60 1990285.70 878.90 78.0 -33.5 150.00 78.00 83.00 5.00 7.17 8.6 0.46 8.01 Skarn
LDUG-265 Infill 422027.94 1990281.13 878.18 148.0 -25.0 171.00 147.92 152.03 4.11 4.25 13.6 0.81 5.71 Skarn
LDUG-267 Infill 422027.54 1990282.27 878.29 143.0 -30.0 162.00 123.00 126.60 3.60 1.61 16.1 0.70 2.93 Skarn
LDUG-268 Infill 422027.30 1990282.33 878.25 148.0 -33.0 170.00 100.17 105.00 4.83 35.41 11.7 0.16 35.81 Skarn
  Infill 422027.30 1990282.33 878.25 148.0 -33.0 170.00 114.14 119.53 5.39 6.58 4.3 0.15 6.87 Skarn
LDUG-270 Infill 421994.29 1990231.79 946.86 153.0 -83.0 237.00 190.31 194.70 4.39 4.10 19.8 0.39 4.97 Skarn
LDUG-276 Infill 421994.20 1990231.12 946.94 168.0 -72.0 258.00 189.74 198.00 8.26 1.17 51.0 1.45 4.11 Skarn

Notes to Table

1) Intercepts are core lengths and do not represent true thickness of mineralized zones.
2) Core lengths subject to rounding.
3) Torex is not aware of any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of the data.
4) Gold equivalent (“AuEq”) grades use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz gold (“Au”), $20/oz silver (“Ag”) and $3.50/lb copper (“Cu”)) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground (AuEq (gpt) = Au (g/t) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000).

Table 10: Drill results from brownfield drilling program along the El Limón West Trend

 

              Final Intercept  
Drill Hole Program UTM-E UTM-N Elevation Azimuth Dip Depth From To Core Length Au Ag Cu AuEq Lithology
    (m) (m) (m) (°) (°) (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t) (%) (g/t)  
LS-229 Brownfield 422057.41 1989112.36 868.42 328.0 -57.0 426.00 338.00 341.38 3.38 2.36 65.2 2.33 6.90 Skarn
LS-287 Brownfield 422055.50 1989111.20 868.50 270.0 -70.0 453.00 164.00 169.40 5.40 14.98 73.1 1.16 17.74 Breccia/Fault
                198.65 212.05 13.40 9.16 10.1 0.47 10.04 Skarn

Notes to Table

1) Intercepts are core lengths and do not represent true thickness of mineralized zones.
2) Core lengths subject to rounding.
3) Torex is not aware of any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of the data.
4) Gold equivalent (“AuEq”) grades use the same metal prices ($1,550/oz gold (“Au”), $20/oz silver (“Ag”) and $3.50/lb copper (“Cu”)) and metallurgical recoveries (90% Au, 86% Ag and 93% Cu) used in the Mineral Resource estimate for ELG Underground (AuEq (gpt) = Au (g/t) + Ag (gpt) * 0.0123 + Cu (%) * 1.6000).

 

Posted November 17, 2023

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