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A secure and well-financed company managed by the right people, affiliated with the right stakeholders, and focused on the right objectives.

NOVAGOLD RESOURCES INC. (TSX, NYSE American: NG) offers an unrivaled opportunity for investors seeking leverage to gold. Our 50 percent-owned flagship Donlin Gold project is a uniquely attractive asset which – in terms of size, grade, exploration potential, production profile, mine life, and jurisdictional safety – is one of the most important gold projects in the world today. NOVAGOLD is in the enviable position of being well-funded with a cash balance of $70 million as of May 31, 2018 with an additional $100 million added to the treasury as a result of the sale of Galore Creek on July 27, 2018, sufficient to take the Donlin Gold project through the permitting process and fulfill all of its current financial obligations. 

NOVAGOLD has consistently sought to build strong community partnerships, reach equitable participation agreements with our Alaska Native Corporation and partners, and establish good communication with local communities as well as state and federal regulators.
Maintaining these mutually-beneficial relationships is a key corporate value.

 

Strong Balance Sheet
$70M cash + term deposits as of May 31, 2018
+ additional $100M added to treasury on July 27, 2018
Top-Tier Asset
Donlin Gold: large, high-grade deposit; great additional exploration potential
Supportive Stakeholders
Long standing shareholders and engaged partners
Prolific Production Profile
Donlin Gold expected to be one of industry's top producing assets; strong leverage to gold
Accomplished Team
219 years cumulative experience
Safe Geo-Political Environment
Alaska, top-rated mining jurisdiction
Alaska
Location
Open Pit
Mining Method
50/50
Ownership
(NOVAGOLD/Barrick Gold Corporation)
27 Years
Estimated Mine Life
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Donlin Gold
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