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The Narra Nickel Project

Located in the municipality of Narra, two hours from Puerto Princesa in Palawan, with a total land area of 770 hectares.

The construction, development and rehabilitation works at Toronto Mine Site are still on-going, which comprise of rehabilitation of roads from mine site to causeway, develop stock pile area and causeway, construction of pier head and other camp site developments.

The Pulot Nickel Project

Located in the municipality of Sofronio Española, with a total land area of 1408 hectares.

During the first and second quarter of 2011, construction and development works were continued in preparation for the commencement of commercial operations. The mine site, pre-pile area and stock pile area were developed. Silting ponds and silt trap and other environmental measure structures were constructed. The 16-km road network and pier area were rehabilitated, water system installed, sample preparatory area was expanded and sampling stands were built. The first shipment of nickel laterite ore was made during the third quarter and another two vessels were shipped out during the fourth quarter.

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In relation to company’s mine site expansion and on-going site development, the company has appropriated P300,000,000 for the additional construction and development works, exploration and validation works, and purchase of crushing plant. Additional construction and development works includes pier expansion and/or widening, for both mine sites, to accommodate more barges and/or LCTs during vessel loading; relocation of administrative office in Española from mine site to causeway; acquisition of adjacent properties for additional and bigger stock pile area and additional sample prep area; construction of new laboratory for Española; construction of villas and motor pools for both site which is now on- going. The proposed crushing plant to be purchased will be used for the crushing or reducing of nickel ore lateritic rocks/boulders into small sizes to attain the allowable size of not more than 200mm.

Buoyed by the prospects of the mining industry, Citinickel aims to attain more in the future by extracting mineral ore at optimum capacity. As part of its long-term development plan, the company also prospects to acquire more mineral lands.

Furthermore, Citinickel bolsters operations by hiring more experts and competent engineers to assure seamless operations, by acquiring new equipment, and by improving existing ones, while safeguarding its commitment to responsible mining.