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Highbank Arranging a $900,000 Working Capital Financing & LNG Pipeline Update

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 2015544 Views

Vancouver, B.C. – May 15, 2015 – Highbank Resources Ltd. (the “Company”), TSX Venture: HBK.

Highbank Resources Ltd. (“Highbank”) is arranging a $900,000 financing. As a result of additional expenditures incurred during pre-production; commissioning of the production equipment; further site and roadway upgrades; changes required to the aggregate wash plant in order to maximize output; and costs incurred in the preparation of the Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”); Highbank requires additional financing before product sales and cash inflows.

The Company has arranged a $250,000 bridge loan, without interest, to be repaid when the $900,000 financing is approved. The financing will not result in any further dilution of the share capital, no share loan bonuses will be issued, and is expected to be repaid from production sales. General terms are repayment of $1.00 per ton from sales until the $900,000 financing is repaid and $0.50 per ton interest royalty for the life of operations.

$675,000 is being arranged from a non-related third party and $225,000 from Melsar Management Inc. (a company controlled by William Loucks, Director).

The financing is subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.

Prince Rupert Gas Transmission announces project agreement with Kitselas First Nation
TransCanada Corp’s Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Ltd. (“PRGT”) has confirmed a project agreement with the Kitselas First Nation (“Kitselas”) of Northern B.C. that provides the Kitselas with financial and other benefits related to the pipeline project.

Kitselas Chief Joe Bevan expressed support for the project by saying, “The pipeline project and the activity surrounding it are going to impact Kitselas and PRGT recognizes this. They have been very good to work with and this agreement not only provides us with economic benefits and employment training, but it ensures that all environmental concerns have been adequately addressed.”

The Kitselas Project Agreement joins previously-announced PRGT agreements with the Nisga’a Nation and Gitanyow First Nation.

PRGT is proposing to design, build, own and operate (subject to regulatory and commercial approvals) a 900 km natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas from a point near Hudson’s Hope to the proposed LNG facilities near Prince Rupert. Project details can be found at

Highbank in the News:

-‘Full Speed Ahead’ – Rock Products. April 28, 2015
-‘Swamp Point North begins aggregate production’ – Northern View, Prince Rupert. April 29, 2015
-‘Highbank Resources commissions aggregate plant’ -Resource World Magazine, May 12, 2015

Highbank is continuing its efforts to secure long-term contracts for its aggregate products from Swamp Point North.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of HIGHBANK RESOURCES LTD. “Gary Musil”
Gary Musil


On behalf of the Board of Directors of
“Victor N. Bryant”
Victor N. Bryant,


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