Vango Mining has a well-defined discovery and development strategy to build the high-grade resource base and advance deposits to production in a systematic manner. 

Vango Mining plans to develop the project into a large scale, long term, high-grade gold mining operation, by delivering the following objectives: 

  • Expand the exceptionally high-grade Trident gold deposit by drilling, targeting an upgraded JORC Resource estimate by Q3 2018;

  • Complete a Feasibility Study on the development of Trident to form the basis of a stand-alone, high-margin, gold mining and processing operation in conjunction with other resources. 

  • Progressively explore and develop other targets within the Project area with identified potential to generate multiple new high-grade gold discoveries to sustain a major, high-margin, gold mining and processing project for many years to come.

Vango Mining's Marymia Gold Project represents a near-term, high-margin, gold production opportunity with significant exploration and discovery upside potential. 

Chief Consulting Geologist, Jon Dugdale, ascertains the projects' suitability for open-pit or underground mining:

'Previously, we were just looking at mining a small operation and toll-treating the ore through a nearby mill.

'That was going to make some good money. However, I think we could make a lot more money by making it one larger high-grade stand-alone operation.

'We decided that the company can build its own plant, focus on the high-grade mineralisation, and once it gets into production, we can find more high-grade material and keep this operation going for a number of years'.