Excellent Infrastructure Access
BCM Resources' molybdenum properties, which include both the new Las Margaritas (Shan South) and Banana Lake (Shan North) molybdenum discoveries, have excellent access to infrastructure.
The Shan and McRae claim blocks lie adjacent to the Skeena River, which serves as the principal east-west corridor in northeastern BC. On the Shan/McRae side of the river runs a transcontinental railway leading to the deep water ports of Kitimat (80 km south) and Prince Rupert (163 km west). On the opposite side of the river, linked by a bridge that serves a network of logging roads into the Company's claims, is a main arterial highway (Highway 16).
In addition to transportation infrastructure, the BC Hydro power grid is located only 4 km from the project. Both Terrace (20 km south) and Smithers (200 km east), have well-developed mining exploration service industries.
This ready access to both excellent infrastructure and qualified mining personnel lowers the economic threshold required to build a successful mining project.