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First Vanadium Corp. files NI 43-101 technical report for the Carlin Vanadium Project

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Global Mining Review,

First Vanadium Corp. (First Vanadium) has announced that a National Instrument 43-101 technical report titled "NI 43-101 Technical Report, Carlin Vanadium Project, Carlin, Nevada" has been filed on SEDAR (

The report documents a maiden mineral resource estimate completed by SRK Consulting (US), Inc. (SRK) on the Carlin Vanadium Deposit located 6 miles south of Elko (Nevada), as initially reported by way of the company's news release dated 27 February 2019.

This is the first time Indicated mineral resources have been established for the deposit. The resource as defined within the pit shell has a defined strike length of approximately 1830 metres (6000 ft) and width averaging 610 m (2000 ft), starting at surface to depths of 120 m (395 ft). The average thickness of the main mineralised zone is 35 m (115 ft).

The independent Technical Report was authored by Dr. Bart Stryhas, PhD, CPG., and Brooke Miller Clarkson, CPG, of SRK and Frank Wright, P.Eng., of F. Wright Consulting Inc. Messrs. Stryhas and Wright and Clarkson are Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects of the Canadian Securities Administrators (NI 43-101). The report is filed on SEDAR and is available on First Vanadium's website.

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