Jameson Resources holds a 100% interest in the Dunlevy project located in the Peace River coal field district of north eastern British Columbia.

Dunlevy is one of four projects owned by Jameson Resources in this highly productive metallurgical coal field.

The Peace River coal field is estimated to have mineable resources of over 1 billion tonnes of export quality coal (BC Ministry of Energy and Mines). Some of Canada's major coking coal and PCI coal mines (Willow Creek, Brule, Wolverine, and Trend) are located along strike from the Project area. Major resource projects including Cardero Resource Corp's Carbon Creek Project and Canadian Kailuan Dehua's Gething Project are located along strike from the Project area. To the south, Xstrata Coal plans to develop several coal tenements, including the Sukunka coal project, whilst Teck is considering recommissioning the Quintette mine in 2014.

Dunlevy is in a well-developed area and is 90km from Fort St. John, a regional commercial centre. All weather roads link Dunlevy to Fort St. John and Chetwynd, where Canadian National Railway's track is located. The rail leads to the Westshore, Neptune and Ridley coal terminals. There is also potential to reduce transportation costs by utilising waterways bordering the property to transport coal by barge to rail access.


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