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Jameson applies for additional coal exploration licenses at Crown Mountain

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World Coal,

Jameson Resources recently filed four applications for coal exploration licenses at its Crown Mountain Coking Coal project (Crown Mountain, the project).

The applications comprise an area of 4505 hectares adjacent to Crown Mountain, including the proposed transportation route.

Provincial review, including the referral process, is expected to take several months before a decision is reached on issuance.

Jameson expects to commence geologic field evaluation of the application areas post-approval by the province. Further exploration is dependent on the results of that evaluation.

Although the application area is adjacent to Crown Mountain, it is outside the currently known coal deposit area, should thus be considered speculative at this time. The company is not aware of any compliant resources in the area, and is not in possession of any historical exploration data.

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