Montem is moving its two steelmaking coal projects, the Tent Mountain Mine and the Chinook Project towards development. The projects are located in the Crowsnest Pass of southwest Alberta and southeast British Columbia, and adjacent to the largest export steelmaking coal mines in Canada.
Montem Resources – In-Place Coal Resources (JORC) Million Tonnes
|Measured (Mt)||Indicated (Mt)||Inferred (Mt)||Total (Mt)||Exploration Target (Mt)|
|Tent Mountain Mine||3.7||48.1||8.4||60.1||–|
Mineral Resources have been estimated according to JORC 2012 standards.
Our Projects and Properties in the Crowsnest Pass
The Tent Mountain Mine
The Tent Mountain mine is located in the Crowsnest Pass, straddling both sides of the southwest Alberta and southeast British Columbia border. The Tent Mountain Mine was actively mined from the early 1900s to the early 1980s. Montem’s primary focus is re-starting operations at Tent Mountain, which has existing permits and approvals in place. Our first coal is expected to be ready for market in 2021.
The Chinook Project
The Chinook Project is located in the Crowsnest Pass in southwest Alberta, near the town of Coleman. The project is made up of Chinook South and Chinook Vicary. Montem is currently completing preliminary engineering studies to guide the strategic development of this potentially large-scale project.
Future Exploration Targets
The 4-Stack, Oldman and Isola properties are located north of the Chinook Project in the Crowsnest Pass in southwest Alberta, near the town of Coleman. All three of the properties have the potential to host significant coal resources.