Osino Announces Submitting of Mining License Software For Twin Hills Gold Project, Namibia5 min read
- Application for Mining License (“ML”) filed with Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Electrical power
- Osino is quick-tracking the important professional experiments to development and conclude the Twin Hills mine permitting process in accordance with Namibia’s regulatory approach
- Environmental baseline reports nearing completion
- Formal community participation procedure and stakeholder engagement underway
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 08, 2021 (Globe NEWSWIRE) — Osino Assets Corp. (TSXV:OSI) (FSE:RSR1) (OTCQX:OSIIF) (“Osino” or “the
Enterprise”) is happy to announce that it has submitted an software with Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Strength for a mining license at its flagship Twin Hills Gold Venture (“Twin Hills” or “the Venture”) in Namibia.
The software arrives right after the Corporation produced a Preliminary Financial Assessment (“PEA”) on Twin Hills earlier this thirty day period. Osino’s technical workforce and expert consultants are presently engaged in fulfilling the administrative and technical demands which the application’s acceptance is conditional upon.
Heye Daun, Osino’s President & CEO feedback, “Applying for a mining license is a important step forward in the de-risking and development of the Twin Hills gold venture in the direction of design and gold creation. It is the most important ingredient amongst a range of other permitting things to do and clearance certificates demanded underneath Namibia’s minerals and environmental legislation. Osino plans to conclude all these techniques in excess of the following 12 months. We thank the Namibian regulators, specially the Ministry of Mines and Electrical power, who have been incredibly handy and co-operative in obtaining us to this point.”
Mining License Software
On August 25, 2021, Osino applied for a mining license below Namibia’s Minerals (Prospecting & Mining) Act of 1992. The mining license application is for a expression of 20 a long time and addresses an area of 6,229.7 hectare.
Among the prerequisites that need to be fulfilled by the applicant are the completion of an Environmental and Social Affect Assessment (“ESIA”), an Environmental Management System (“EMP”), a mine closure approach and environmental clearance certificates for several listed actions below Namibia’s Environmental Management Act. No. 7 of 2007.
This incorporates a formal public participation procedure which has commenced. Osino has also been engaged in ongoing, informal stakeholder session and is growing this in buy to create on the optimistic neighborhood help now obtained.
The mining license for the Otjikoto Gold Mine (“Otjikoto”) in Namibia was granted to B2Gold Namibia (“B2Gold”) in December 2012 just after the application was manufactured 15 months earlier, in September 2011, by Auryx Gold Corp., Otjikoto’s former entrepreneurs, and subsequent founders and principals of Osino. B2Gold commenced with design of the Otjikoto Mine in April 2013 and the 1st gold pour at Otjikoto occurred on December 11, 2014, close to 19 months later.
The administrative and complex permitting course of action adopted then has stayed substantially the similar. Osino therefore expects that the mining licence for Twin Hills really should get approved within a comparable timeframe.
Environmental and Social Effect Evaluation
Osino’s ESIA procedure has commenced and is being managed by a Namibian professional environmental consulting business, Environmental Clearance Consultants CC (“ECC”). ECC has managed the various professional baseline reports (flora & fauna, air quality, noise, visible impact, heritage etcetera.) which type part of the ESIA and have been substantially finished.
ECC have also been engaged by Osino to support with concluding the other licensing and environmental clearance specifications which are a prerequisite for the mining license software to be granted. This incorporates compiling the EMP and mine closure system for the Twin Hills job and securing the clearance certificates for all the other listed activities beneath Namibia’s mining and environmental restrictions.
It is expected that all the allowing specifications for the fulfilment of the mining license software process will be done more than the future 12 months.
About Osino Resources
Osino is a Canadian gold exploration and enhancement enterprise centered on its fast evolving Twin Hills gold project in central Namibia. Twin Hills was discovered by Osino in 2019 and is at the moment in the growth and de-jeopardizing section whilst being fast-tracked to output.
Osino is also actively discovering numerous added gold potential clients on its 6,700km2 ground posture situated in Namibia’s hugely potential Damara sedimentary-tectonic belt. Osino is using a portfolio tactic geared towards discovery, concentrating on gold mineralization that fits the wide orogenic gold product.
Our main projects are favorably situated in central and northern Namibia inside of quick driving length from the money town Windhoek. By virtue of their site, the Jobs benefit substantially from Namibia’s effectively-proven infrastructure with paved highways, railway, electricity and water in near proximity. Namibia is mining-pleasant and lauded as 1 of the continent’s most politically and socially stable jurisdictions.
Osino proceeds to assess new floor with a view to expanding our Namibian portfolio.
More facts are available on the Company’s site at https://osinoresources.com/
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Julia Becker: Investor Relations Manager
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