Ticker: TMQ
609 Granville Street, Suite 1150
Vancouver, BC V7Y 1G5
Contact Us: Patrick Donnelly
Call Us: 604-630-3569
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About Trilogy Metals

Trilogy Metals Inc. holds a 50 percent interest in Ambler Metals LLC which owns the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (“UKMP”) which are in the Ambler Mining District of northwest Alaska. The two flagship assets within the UKMP are the Arctic copper-zinc-lead-gold-silver project and the Bornite copper-cobalt project.

In August 2020, Trilogy announced the feasibility study results for the Arctic project which is estimated to have an after-tax NPV8% of $1.1 billion and an IRR of 27% producing approximately 155 million pounds of payable copper at a cash cost (including by-product credits) of $0.32/lb. The Bornite project contains approximately 6.4 billion pounds of copper and 77 million pounds of cobalt.

In early 2020, Trilogy formed a 50/50 joint venture with South32 Ltd. which contributed $145 million for their 50% interest in the UKMP.

Trilogy Metals's Videos

Trilogy Metals (TSX & NYSE: TMQ), through a joint venture with South 32, is focusing on high-grade, copper-dominant polymetallic projects in the Ambler Mining District of northwestern Alaska. In this webinar, CEO Tony Giardini will brief investors on the progress the company is making towards advancing the development of the Ambler Mining District. He will also provide greater insight into the exploration program starting this year at the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (UKMP) in the district, comprising the Arctic copper-zinc-lead-gold-silver project and the Bornite copper-cobalt project. Trilogy Metals is dedicated to advancing exploration at the UKMP and is uniquely positioned to offer investors exposure to rising copper, zinc, gold, silver, and cobalt demand, with additional upside from exploration success and resource expansion.
We need copper for a modern society—copper is used in all electrical devices: houses, air conditioners, hair dryers, cell phones, automobiles, airplanes, and other necessities in a modern world. The growth of electric vehicles will result in further demand for copper—to combat climate change we need a lot more copper. Mine head grades are decreasing, and more mines are transitioning to underground operations, hence supply is under pressure. We are seeing more unrest and production interruptions in copper producing countries. The supply/demand fundamentals are compelling—how do we play this? Trilogy Metals.


Trilogy Metals Inc., holds a 50 percent interest in Ambler Metals, LLC which owns the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (UKMP) which are in the Ambler Mining District of northwest Alaska. The two flagship assets within the UKMP are the Arctic Copper-Zinc-Lead-Gold-Silver project and the Bornite copper-cobalt project. The other flagship asset is their Bornite project. In early 2020, Trilogy Metals, Inc., formed a 50/50 joint venture with South32, Ltd. Currently, the company has a treasury of approximately US$12 million and a market capitalization of US$267.8 million and are listed on the TSX and NYSE.

Trilogy Metals, Inc. holds a 50 percent interest in Ambler Metals, LLC which owns the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (UKMP) which are in the Ambler Mining District of northwest Alaska. The two flagship assets within the UKMP are the Arctic Copper-Zinc-Lead-Gold-Silver project and the Bornite copper-cobalt project. In early 2020, Trilogy formed a 50/50 joint venture with South32 Ltd which is an Australian base metal producer. To earn their 50% interest in the JV, South32 contributed US$145 million. Currently, they have a treasury of approximately US$15 million and a market capitalization of US$200 million and are listed on the TSX and NYSE.