Bingay Main Coking Coal Project


Bingay Main coking coal deposit is located in British Columbia’s Elk Valley (the “Asset”). The Asset is currently in the final exploration stage with a NI43-101 compliant Geological Report released in February 2011, and a NI43-101 formatted Pre feasibility Study released in April 2012.

Exploration to date has indicated a coal deposit with total resources of approximately 220 million raw tonnes, consisting of 98% coking coal, of which 100 million tonnes are measured and indicated. Please see the Project Overview for more details.  Bingay Metallurgical Coal Project Presentation

More information about the Project can be found on the official Project Description filed with the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO).  In addition, any questions or comments related to the Project can be directed to Karen Mills at or 778-521-5288.

Bingay A, B (Adjacent to Bingay Main)

The Adjacent Asset includes two units, named A, B covering a total area of 12.21 square km.
A exploration of unit A was conducted in 2016 with a positive result indicating 32 core deposit with following data points: Ash <6% and Sulfur <0.4. Detailed exploration about the total resources is underway.  
High level of potential synergies between the Asset and the Adjacent Asset include shared infrastructure and optimized waste rock disposal.