Goliat-Tibiti Project, Suriname South America
The Goliat-Tibiti Project is the main focus of Harvest Gold's operations in Suriname, South America. The concession is located approximately 140 kilometers south of Paramaribo, the capital city of Suriname.
The concession was signed by the Minister of Natural Resources on May 27, 2008. The Concession number is G.M.D. 465/07, and the concession was recorded in the land office on July 21, 2008 in Register 240, Number 48.The concession was converted as an exploitation concession for a period 15 years on April 27, 2015. A exploitation concession is an asset as it allows mining on the project.
The size of the property is 10,000 hectares in size.
The Oelemari Concession
This concession consists of 12,000 Hectares, it is located in the South Eastern region of Suriname, in the Sipaliwini district, adjacent to the Oelemari River. It is approximately 300 km from Paramaribo, the capital city of Suriname. This area has promising indications of gold.
The Gonini River Concession
This concession consists of 14,000 hectares, located in the South Eastern region of Suriname, in the Sipaliwini district, east of the Gonini River. It is approximately 230 km from Paramaribo, the capital city of Suriname. It lies adjacent to the Benzdorp gold district. A major structural zone that is gold-bearing elsewhere passes close to this concession. The Benzdorp district remains one of the more active areas of small scale mining by locals and Brazilians in Suriname and has a long history of mining. Canarc, Golden Star and Reunion gold have all conducted exploration programs on adjacent concessions.