|By Marketwired .||
|February 26, 2014 08:48 AM EST||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 02/26/14 -- Braeval Mining Corporation (TSX:BVL) ("Braeval Mining" or the "Company") is pleased to advise that it has filed a technical report in relation to the Antamayo Project of Oban Exploration Limited ("Oban"). Braeval is encouraged by the initial results at the Antamayo Project and is hopeful shareholders will approve the announced combination between Braeval and Oban. Braeval anticipates mailing the meeting materials in relation to the business combination in the coming weeks, once approved by the TSX.
The Technical Report on the Antamayo Project was authored by Dr. Stewart D. Redwood, Senior Consulting Geologist to the Company, who is an independent qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure of Mineral Projects. Dr. Redwood has reviewed this press release to ensure that it fairly and accurately represents the information in the Technical Reports that supports the disclosures set out in this press release.
For further information on the Company's properties please see the reports as listed below on the Company's website or on www.sedar.com:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Antamayo Copper NI 43-101 Technical Report for the Antamayo Copper Skarn Project Skarn Project, Ancash, Peru, January 15, 2014 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
About Braeval Mining Corporation
Braeval Mining is a junior mineral exploration company focused on the exploration and development of precious metals resource properties in Peru and Mexico.
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Braeval Mining Corporation
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