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2022 looks set to be another big year for Kodiak Copper

Copper is considered by most analysts as the most essential and critical metal for the green revolution. This is because copper is required to conduct electricity in everything from electric vehicles (EVs), charging stations, solar panels, wind turbines, and so on. This means any companies that can develop a significant copper resource, especially in a safe country, stand to do very well.

Today’s company is steadily growing their copper-gold porphyry discovery in Canada and set to soon start its maiden drilling program at a second copper-gold porphyry project, this time in the USA.

Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF) (Kodiak) had an outstanding 2021 as they did plenty of the groundwork to grow a copper and gold resource, with a focus on a large drilling campaign at their Gate Zone discovery at the company’s MPD Project in British Columbia (BC), Canada. To date the best drill intercept has been 535m of 0.49% copper and 0.29 g/t gold (0.76% CuEq), showing the significant potential for a large copper-gold porphyry discovery. Another more recent result shows the potential to expand the mineralization strike length with 126m of 0.87% CuEq within 537m of the Gate Zone.

Kodiak has three projects:

  • The Man, Prime, Dillard (MPD) copper-gold porphyry project – 100% owned, 147km2 land package (includes the 2021 acquired Axe property) in a proven, mineral producing belt, in BC, Canada. The MPD Property has road access and is close to nearby power, towns, and other mines.
  • The Mohave Copper-Molybdenum-Silver Porphyry Project in Arizona, USA.
  • The Kahuna Diamond Project in Canada.

President & CEO, Claudia Tornquist, gives a great summary of Kodiak in 2021 stating in the Annual Investor Letter:

“The 2021 drill program was primarily focused on extending the Gate Zone discovery by systematically evaluating the associated copper-in-soil anomaly of approximately one kilometer in length. Drilling consistently delivered substantial high-grade intercepts within wide envelopes of lower grade mineralization, and over the year we increased the strike length of the Gate Zone by almost eight times. Mineralization has been intersected to date over 950 meters in length, down to a depth of 850 meters and across a width of 350 meters, dimensions typical of other large, multi-center copper porphyry deposits in British Columbia. The Gate Zone remains open in multiple directions, and we are excited to drill it further in 2022.”

Note: Emphasis by the author.

Potential to expand the Gate Zone, and a similar nearby potential mineralized zone

The Gate Zone is open at depth and to the sides. Recent conductive 3D IP anomalies traced to depth highlight potential extensions of Gate Zone mineralization along strike and down plunge to the south and southeast. A new one kilometre long parallel “look-alike” 3D IP response similar to the response of copper-gold mineralization drilled at Gate has been identified 600 meters to the southeast of the Gate Zone.

Conductivity drape from 3D IP survey at 300 m below surface at Gate Zone shows potential to expand the Gate Zone and find a second zone

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2022 plans for Kodiak

The 2022 drill program will be approximately 25,000 meters at multiple targets. These targets will include further drilling at the Gate Zone, new drilling at the Dillard area (2 kms from the Gate Zone), drilling along the 3km regional magnetic anomaly between the Gate and Man Zones, drill testing analogous targets elsewhere across the MPD Property, and drilling the newly acquired Axe claims which are contiguous and south of the MPD project area with further discovery potential.

The 3D model below incorporates a combination of historic drilling and Kodiak’s recent drilling results as of end 2021. It will be very exciting to see a similar model by end 2022 and 2023, and just how big the resource can potentially grow.

3D model of copper in historic drilling at Dillard & Man, and historic plus Kodiak drilling at Gate (the new neighboring Axe property is not yet included in the model)

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Also in 2022, Kodiak plans to commence a maiden drilling program at their Mohave copper porphyry project in Arizona, USA.

Closing remarks

Kodiak is already moving very fast at their MPD Project in BC, Canada. Drill results continue to be very positive, and a significant potential resource is growing with very real potential to expand the Gate zone and other targets (Man, Dillard, Axe) in 2022. Then there is the Mohave Project maiden drilling program in 2022.

Kodiak Copper trades on a market cap of only C$65 million and has enormous potential. Judging upon their 2021 exploration success at MPD, 2022 looks like being another great year. Stay tuned.




Claudia Tornquist on the global copper supply shortage and why Kodiak Copper is aiming for a bigger drill program in 2022

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Chris Thompson spoke with Claudia Tornquist, President, CEO, and Director of Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF) about the global copper supply shortage and about identifying new high-priority drill targets near high-grade Gate Zone copper-gold deposit on Kodiak’s MPD porphyry project in British Columbia.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Claudia Tornquist said that the results of ground geophysical and soil geochemical surveys from the MPD project highlight the potential to further extend the mineralization at Gate Zone substantially. With NYSE listed Teck Resources Limited as its largest shareholder, Claudia went on to say that Kodiak Copper aims for a bigger drill program this year and to take the model that brought success at Gate Zone and replicate that on other high priority drill targets.

To watch the full interview, click here.

About Kodiak Copper Corp.

Kodiak is focused on its 100% owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA. The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization within a wide mineralized envelope in 2020. Kodiak also holds the Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Arizona, USA, near the world-class Bagdad mine. Kodiak’s porphyry projects have both been historically drilled and present known mineral discoveries with the potential to hold large-scale deposits.

Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources. Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada.

To learn more about Kodiak Copper Corp., click here

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Claudia Tornquist on the demand for copper and Kodiak’s drill program at its MPD project

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Chris Thompson spoke with Claudia Tornquist, President, CEO, and Director of Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF) about the current copper market and Kodiak’s drill program at its MPD porphyry project highlighting significant copper-gold grades.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Claudia Tornquist provided an update on the acquisition of Kodiak’s sister company, Great Bear Resources Ltd., by Kinross Gold Corporation for approximately C$1.8 billion. She went on to explain how Kodiak, by applying Chris Taylor’s successful formula at Great Bear, was able to make a high-grade Gate Zone copper-gold discovery in its maiden drill program. Highlighting the demand potential for copper to meet electrification and net zero emission targets, Claudia told InvestorIntel that the world needs more copper mines to be found and built.

To watch the full interview, click here.

About Kodiak Copper Corp.

Kodiak is focused on its 100% owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA. The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization within a wide mineralized envelope in 2020. Kodiak also holds the Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Arizona, USA, near the world-class Bagdad mine. Kodiak’s porphyry projects have both been historically drilled and present known mineral discoveries with the potential to hold large-scale deposits.

Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources. Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada.

To learn more about Kodiak Copper Corp., click here

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This presentation may contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and assumptions of the management of the Company as of the date made. They are inherently susceptible to uncertainty and other factors that could cause actual events/results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements. Additional risks and uncertainties, including those that the Company does not know about now or that it currently deems immaterial, may also adversely affect the Company’s business or any investment therein.

Any projections given are principally intended for use as objectives and are not intended, and should not be taken, as assurances that the projected results will be obtained by the Company. The assumptions used may not prove to be accurate and a potential decline in the Company’s financial condition or results of operations may negatively impact the value of its securities. Prospective investors are urged to review the Company’s profile on Sedar.com and to carry out independent investigations in order to determine their interest in investing in the Company.

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Critical Minerals Corner focuses on Copper with Jack Lifton, Claudia Tornquist and Byron King

In this episode of the Critical Minerals Corner, Tracy Weslosky is joined by Critical Minerals’ industry expert and InvestorIntel Editor-in-Chief Jack Lifton, Critical Minerals Corner Co-Host & InvestorIntel Columnist Byron King, and Claudia Tornquist, President, CEO, and Director of Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF). They spoke about the rising demand for copper and about how Kodiak’s copper projects will contribute to the North American supply chain.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), the panel highlighted the several decades of under exploration and underinvestment in the copper sector. They went on to discuss the global shift towards localizing the supply of critical materials and why it is critical to bring online new copper projects such as Kodiak’s MPD copper-gold porphyry project located in the safe and mining-friendly jurisdiction of British Columbia. With NYSE listed Teck Resources as the largest shareholder, Claudia went on to provide an update on Kodiak’s high-grade Gate Zone discovery at the MPD Project located in the vicinity of large producing copper mines.

To watch the full interview, click here

About Kodiak Copper Corp.

Kodiak is focused on its 100% owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA. The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization within a wide mineralized envelope in 2020. Kodiak also holds the Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Arizona, USA, near the world-class Bagdad mine. Kodiak’s porphyry projects have both been historically drilled and present known mineral discoveries with the potential to hold large-scale deposits.

Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources. Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada.

To learn more about Kodiak Copper Corp., click here

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This presentation may contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and assumptions of the management of the Company as of the date made. They are inherently susceptible to uncertainty and other factors that could cause actual events/results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements. Additional risks and uncertainties, including those that the Company does not know about now or that it currently deems immaterial, may also adversely affect the Company’s business or any investment therein.

Any projections given are principally intended for use as objectives and are not intended, and should not be taken, as assurances that the projected results will be obtained by the Company. The assumptions used may not prove to be accurate and a potential decline in the Company’s financial condition or results of operations may negatively impact the value of its securities. Prospective investors are urged to review the Company’s profile on Sedar.com and to carry out independent investigations in order to determine their interest in investing in the Company.

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The compelling long-term case for copper, with an eye on Kodiak

Copper has had a pretty wild ride, so far, in 2021. Starting the year at just over US$3.50/lb, it quickly gained momentum with optimism over the “opening up” of trade based on the perception (at the time) that perhaps we had nipped Covid in the bud, and that the global economy would soon get back to some semblance of normal. This rallied the price of copper up to a high of US$4.37/lb in late February before the price consolidated in the US$4.00-US$4.20/lb range. The next rally was driven by the excitement around the green revolution or the electrification of everything. Every pundit and talking head on the business channels was talking about the growth rate of EVs, renewable energy, battery storage, etc., all of which would soon require a lot more copper than is being produced today. This charge upwards drove copper up to an intraday high of US$4.89/lb in early May, or roughly a 40% gain in just over 4 months. However, as the saying goes, often the cure for high prices is high prices, and that seems to have been the case for copper as the commodity appears to be in a bit of a downtrend at present.

The positive is that there appears to be solid support at roughly the US$4.00/lb threshold, and there hasn’t been a decisive break below the 200 day moving average. I also believe the long term case for copper is compelling. Whatever path we ultimately take to reduce our carbon footprint over the next years and decades is going to require a lot of copper. Will there be up and downs in the interim? For sure. The fallout from the Evergrande, property speculation, debacle in China could put a crimp in their economy, particularly in the building sector, but I don’t feel there will be a global contagion arising from that. In the long run there is a global political will to create a cleaner, greener future for the world, and that is going to make copper a “go to” commodity for a long time.

That’s my long-winded way of saying we should look at a copper stock today. Having grown up in the interior of B.C., one junior explorer I’ve been keeping an eye on is Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF). The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in southern British Columbia, where in 2020 the Company made a high-grade discovery at the Gate Zone. Plans for 2021 include a fully funded 30,000 metre drill program including several target areas, as well as further geophysical and geochemical surveying, prospecting, and geotechnical studies. By early July, Kodiak had completed over 15 drill holes with results suggesting that the 1.2 kilometre long copper-in soil target in this area is underlain by a significant copper-gold-silver porphyry system. Highlights from the first 6 holes included an increase in the strike length of the Gate Zone from 125 metres to 800 metres, and a 242 metre intersect of 0.52% CuEq.

Unfortunately, the Company had to pause their drilling efforts in August due to wildfire risks, but ramped up activity at the end of August with two drill rigs. As of September 1st, 25 holes totaling 13,600 metres have been completed and the Gate Zone had been expanded further to 950 metres in length, 350 metres in width (east-west) and to a depth of 800 metres, being open in all directions. This is all pretty exciting, but the best part is that there’s lots more to come. Including drilling the high priority Dillard target which exhibits similar copper-in-soil anomalies, geophysical responses, and has shown encouraging historic drilling like the Gate Zone. Dillard will be drill-tested in Q4 as part of the 2021 program. And let’s not forget we’ve only seen results from the first 6 drill holes, leaving at least 19 still to come, the results from which should be available any day now.

It appears there should be fairly steady news flow out of Kodiak Copper for the rest of 2021. With 48.7 million shares outstanding the Company has a market cap of roughly $61 million based on yesterday’s close of $1.26. They have a fairly tight share structure so any positive news could give this stock a pretty good shot in the arm. Hopefully, exciting news is on its way.




Kodiak Copper expands their MPD Copper-Gold Porphyry Property by 51% and increases the strike length of the Gate Zone by over 500%

Copper metal prices have recently fallen back from a May 11 high of US$4.74 to US$4.30 today, resulting in lower prices for many copper stocks. Furthermore, the July 9 news of China reducing their reserve requirement ratio by 0.5% for most banks will unleash about 1 trillion yuan (US$154 billion) of long-term liquidity into the Chinese economy and will be effective on July 15, 2021.

These two events are very good news for investors looking to buy into the copper sector. Lower prices mean better buying, and Chinese stimulus usually means stronger copper demand and higher future prices.

One copper junior miner has seen its stock price pullback around 25% since peaking on May 17, 2021. The Company is Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF) (“Kodiak”). Investors can take a longer look at this junior miner with enormous potential, now selling at a ~25% discounted stock price since May.

Kodiak Copper stock price has dropped ~25% as copper prices fell since mid May, 2021

Source: Yahoo Finance

More good news for Kodiak Copper

Ironically while the stock price of Kodiak Copper fell back 25% following the copper fall, the Company has released a string of good news.

April 19, 2021 – Kodiak expands MPD Project through acquisition of Axe Copper-Gold Property of 4,980 hectares. This is a huge expansion and increases the MPD project by 51% to a total of 14,716 hectares. The release stated: “Axe is contiguous with Kodiak’s 100% owned MPD Project….with year-round accessibility from paved roads and excellent infrastructure. Axe is host to a porphyry complex comprised of four drill-proven copper-gold porphyry centres and has potential for additional targets similar to Kodiak’s Gate Zone……Four known zones of porphyry copper-gold mineralization (West, Adit, Mid, and South) occur within an extensive copper-gold porphyry system having a 17 square kilometre hydrothermal footprint.” This is a great acquisition which it seems the market is yet to appreciate. You can read the transaction details here.

MPD-Axe Properties location map within British Columbia, Canada

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May 11, 2021 – Kodiak provided an update on the drill program at MPD Copper-Gold Porphyry Project in Southern British Columbia. Plans for 2021 include up to 30,000 metres of drilling at several priority target areas, as well as further geotechnical studies…New drilling at the Gate Zone in 2021 has intersected prospective, sulphide-bearing altered porphyritic host rock at least another 125 metres south, and 75 metres north of last year’s drilling. This is more excellent news as the resource strike length grows.

June 17, 2021 – Kodiak adds a second drill rig at MPD Copper-Gold Porphyry Project in Southern British Columbia.

July 7, 2021 – Kodiak reports increase in strike length of Gate Zone from 125 m to 800 m, intersects 242 m of 0.52% CuEq in 575 m step-out. With over 15 drill holes completed by Kodiak to date, results suggest that the 1.2 kilometre long copper-in soil target in this area is underlain by a significant copper-gold-silver porphyry system.

It is the first and last news above that are most exciting.

The expansion of the MPD Project through the acquisition of the Axe Copper-Gold Property increases the MPD property size by 51% and therefore increases the potential end resource size.

The Gate Zone strike length extension was massive, an increase from 125m to 800m, or over a 6x (>500%) increase. Furthermore the drill result of “242 m of 0.52% CuEq in 575 m step-out” is exceptional in its length and will add to the resource estimate by being in a step-out zone outside the known resource area. This paves the way for further significant expansion of the resource.

Kodiak Chairman, Chris Taylor, stated: “With a six-fold increase in its drill-confirmed strike length to over 800 metres, and the identification of high-temperature bornite-rich copper mineralization, the Gate Zone has growing similarities to other large scale copper porphyry systems in British Columbia. In particular, recent mineralization and alteration discoveries have similarities to the Red Chris deposit where Newcrest Mining Ltd. recently acquired a 70% interest. Like the Gate Zone at MPD, Red Chris has high-grade copper-gold-silver mineralization core with a broad lower grade halo.”

Summary of Kodiak Copper’s projects

  • The MPD copper-gold porphyry project – 100% owned, very large (9,733 hectare land package plus the new Axe property bring the total to 14,716 hectares) in a proven, mineral producing belt, in British Columbia (BC), Canada. For those that are new to Kodiak Copper, the Company amalgamated 3 projects into one – Man, Prime, Dillard. In 2020 Kodiak Copper drilled a massive 282 m of 0.70% copper and 0.49 g/t gold (1.16% CuEq). The MPD Property has road access and is close to nearby power, towns, and other mines.
  • The Mohave Copper-Molybdenum-Silver Porphyry Project in Arizona USA
  • The Kahuna Diamond Project in Canada.

Finding copper at Kodiak Copper’s MPD Project in British Columbia, Canada

Source: Kodiak Copper images gallery

Closing remarks

A recent copper price dip has resulted in Kodiak Copper’s stock price pulling back by about 25%. Combine this with the July 15 reduction of China’s banking reserve ratio requirement by 0.5% and you have a nice combination of value and growth that has appeared.

Kodiak Copper trades on a market cap of just C$72 million and has huge exploration potential upside, especially given their assets, past results, and proven management. One to consider strongly.




Doctor Copper is in the Kodiak House.

The expression Doctor Copper is market terminology for the base metal that is reputed to have a “Ph.D. in economics” because of its ability to predict the overall health of the global economy. Because of copper’s widespread applications in most sectors of the economy, from homes and factories to electronics and power generation and transmission, demand for copper is often viewed as a reliable leading indicator of economic health. Copper prices have been on a tear since the start of November when it became apparent that China was already well into its post pandemic recovery. With the price rallying 42% from US$3.05/lb to a high of US$4.35/lb in late February.

Since that time we have seen copper prices consolidate in the US$4.00/lb range. But in recent weeks the US’s key economic numbers have been providing optimistic signals that the country’s recovery is accelerating as citizens get vaccinated and the economy returns to something more representative of normal. Layer on that, the Biden Administration’s infrastructure plan and the global push for a greener economy and you can see why momentum continues to build, not just for copper, but many base metals. And this isn’t just a short term trend, this energy transition should last for at least another decade.

There are several ways to play the copper trade but one option to get exposure to copper is with Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK | OTCQB: KDKCF). Kodiak gives an investor the leverage of having a discovery with exploration upside at the 100% owned, 9,733-hectare MPD copper-gold porphyry project near Princeton, British Columbia plus additional exploration upside at the 100% owned Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Mohave County, Arizona. The MPD project is in a proven, mineral producing belt with mines nearby (Copper Mountain, Highland Valley, New Afton), some with similar geology and mineralization. Additionally, MPD is easily accessible via highways with excellent road and trail access, close to nearby mines, transmission corridor and the towns of Merritt and Princeton making this a cost-effective location to explore.

Recent drill results at MPD have reported 213 m of 0.65% Copper and 0.37 g/t Gold (1.00% CuEq) and 171 m of 0.62% Copper and 0.43 g/t Gold (1.03% CuEq). Kodiak’s drilling has encountered significant copper-gold mineralization and altered porphyritic host rocks that display all the hallmarks of a well-developed alkalic porphyry system (See image below).

On March 15, 2021, Kodiak announced the drill program has resumed on its exploration program at the MPD copper-gold porphyry project. Kodiak is fully funded for up to 30,000 metres of drilling as well as further geophysical and geochemical surveying, prospecting and geotechnical studies.

This exciting exploration opportunity is combined with a pedigreed leadership team with a track record of discovery and shareholder returns. The team is led by CEO & President Claudia Tornquist formerly General Manager at Rio Tinto working extensively with Rio Tinto’s diamond and copper operations. She also held the position of EVP Business Development for the streaming company Sandstorm Gold. Additionally, Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who also is founder, CEO and President of TSXV listed Great Bear Resources Ltd., which made a recent district-scale gold discovery in Canada. As well, Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada whose resume includes being founder and Director at Kaminak Gold through to its acquisition by Goldcorp for $520 million in 2017.

Kodiak has $14 million in the treasury, a tight share structure with just over 45 million shares outstanding, and backing from a world-class mining company in Teck Resources which owns 9.3% of the company. There’s a lot to be excited about for the coming weeks and months at Kodiak Copper as they return to drilling the MPD project and anything else they find the time for.




Drolet Stock Notes on Kodiak Copper: Searching for the giant porphyry Copper deposit in South B.C

Mario Drolet, President of MI3 Communications Financières Inc. (MI3), released his Drolet Stock Notes on Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK) on February 17, 2021, for exclusive distribution on InvestorIntel. Highlights include:

  • 2021 will be an eventful and news-rich year with a significantly larger exploration program planned at MPD.
  • Kodiak is fully funded for up to 30,000 metres of drilling as well as further geophysical and geochemical surveying, prospecting, and geotechnical studies.
  • New drill hole MPD-20-007 intersected 213 m of 0.65% Cu, 0.37 g/t Au and 2.23 g/t Ag (1.00% CuEq*) and MPD-20-006 intersected 171 m of 0.62% Cu, 0.43 g/t Au and 2.55 g/t Ag (1.03% CuEq*).
  • Support:   S2;1.55     S1; $ 1.60                Resistance:  R1; $ 1.70    R2; $1.85

About Kodiak Copper Corp.

Kodiak is focused on its 100% owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA. The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization within a wide mineralized envelope in 2020. Kodiak also holds the Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Arizona, USA, near the world-class Bagdad mine. Kodiak’s porphyry projects have both been historically drilled and present known mineral discoveries with the potential to hold large-scale deposits.

The Company also holds the advanced-stage Kahuna diamond project in Nunavut, Canada. Kahuna hosts a high-grade, near surface inferred diamond resource and numerous kimberlite pipe targets.

Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources. Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada.

PLEASE DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE

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Claudia Tornquist on Kodiak’s MPD Copper-Gold Porphyry Project and new shareholder

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Peter Clausi speaks with Claudia Tornquist, President, CEO, and Director of Kodiak Copper Corp. (TSXV: KDK) about Kodiak’s copper-gold porphyry system discovery at the MPD project and attracting Teck Resources Limited (NYSE: TECK | TSX: TECK.A | TSX: TECK.B) as a significant shareholder.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Claudia went on to say, “The company is focused on copper and last year made a very nice discovery very early on.” She continued, “We have certainly had some interesting gold values in our discovery holes. That is obviously encouraging as gold can be a big contributor to the economics in a porphyry mine.”

Kodiak recently attracted Teck Resources Limited (NYSE: TECK | TSX: TECK.A | TSX: TECK.B) as a significant shareholder. “That is a great vote of confidence in our project and company,” Claudia commented. She also provided an update on the Mohave copper porphyry project in Arizona’s copper belt “in the vicinity of a large copper porphyry mine.”

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About Kodiak Copper Corp.

Kodiak is focused on its 100% owned copper porphyry projects in Canada and the USA. The Company’s most advanced asset is the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in the prolific Quesnel Trough in south-central British Columbia, Canada, where the Company made a discovery of high-grade mineralization within a wide mineralized envelope in 2020. Kodiak also holds the Mohave copper-molybdenum-silver porphyry project in Arizona, USA, near the world-class Bagdad mine. Kodiak’s porphyry projects have both been historically drilled and present known mineral discoveries with the potential to hold large-scale deposits.

The Company also holds the advanced-stage Kahuna diamond project in Nunavut, Canada. Kahuna hosts a high-grade, near surface inferred diamond resource and numerous kimberlite pipe targets.

Kodiak’s founder and Chairman is Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources. Kodiak is also part of Discovery Group led by John Robins, one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada.

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Kodiak Copper proves that what shareholders want is leadership, copper — and gold

On September 14 it was announced that Teck Resources has agreed to make a strategic investment of a 9.9% interest in Kodiak Copper (TSXV: KDK) (‘Kodiak’), at C$1.95 per share raising C$10.5m.

Add in drill results on September 3rd that included 282 m of 0.70% copper and 0.49 g/t gold (1.16% CuEq) at Kodiak’s advanced MPD copper-gold porphyry project in British Columbia, shareholders have responded positively. In fact, Kodiak Copper’s stock price has risen from C$0.50 on August 24th to C$2.80 as of September 28th for a 460% increase in the last month.

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Today I take a deeper look at Kodiak’s MPD porphyry project. As most resource investors know copper porphyry projects can be enormous in size and contain valuable by-products (gold, silver, molybdenum) which can make them economical even at lower grades than other projects.

MPD Copper-Gold Porphyry Project

The MPD Project is located in the prolific Quesnel Trough in southern British Columbia, Canada. Kodiak amalgamated 3 projects into one – Man, Prime, Dillard – hence the name MPD. The region is mining friendly with good access to infrastructure.

The MPD Project has road access and is close to infrastructure

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Previous drilling by Newmont Corporation and Rio Tinto was focused on depths up to 200 meters below the surface. Kodiak’s strategy is to use modern mining methods and to drill deeper. So far it is paying off. In November 2019, Kodiak (then known as Dunnedin Ventures) started its first drill campaign at MPD and discovered the Gate Zone, including several promising drill results that followed. The key was they were drilling deeper than before. The January 2020 announcement included the following:

  • “The new discovery underlies a large copper-in-soil anomaly with over one kilometre of strike at the ‘Prime’ area of the project. Over 100 historical drill holes containing copper and gold mineralization define a large, likely multi-centre porphyry system across 10 square kilometres of the MPD project.
  • The Gate Zone includes intervals of higher grade copper-gold within a broad lower grade interval, with mineralization present from near surface to a vertical depth of 800 metres, and remains open at depth.
  • Higher grade intervals include: 74.9 metres of 0.54% CuEq (0.43% copper and 0.11 g/t gold) from 297.0 metres to 371.9 metres. 102.0 metres of 0.68% CuEq (0.53% copper and 0.16 g/t gold) from 404.9 metres to 507.0 metres.
  • Broad moderate grade intervals include: 763.6 metres of 0.28% CuEq (0.21% copper and 0.07 g/t gold) from 52.3 metres to 816.0 metres (entire bedrock drill hole length). 340.7 metres of 0.42% CuEq (0.33% copper and 0.09 g/t gold) from 219.0 metres to 559.7 metres.”

Combining this with the September 2020 result of 282 m of 0.70% copper and 0.49 g/t gold (1.16% CuEq), with further assays results pending, and further drilling in 2020; you can start to see why investors (including mining giant Teck Resources) are getting excited.

Kodiak Copper’s MPD project historic drill results, strong discovery potential at depths below 200m

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Closing remarks

Kodiak Copper was founded by Chris Taylor who is well-known for his gold discovery success with Great Bear Resources, Kodiak is lead by President, CEO and Director Claudia Tornquist, the former General Manager at Rio Tinto. Kodiak is also part of the Discovery Group led by one of the most successful mining entrepreneurs in Canada John Robins and added to this, we now have Teck Resources (market cap US$7.4b) taking a 9.9% interest.

More assay results (drill hole MPD-20-005) are due out soon and then there will be further drill results in Q4, 2020. With a current market cap of C$102m means, Kodiak now has plenty of cash and plans to drill their US located Mohave porphyry project next.