Alio Gold Receives Change Of Land Use Approval And Provides Ana Paula Project Update

http://aliogold.com/investors/news-releases/index.php?&content_id=355

September 21, 2017, Vancouver, BC – Alio Gold Inc. (TSX, NYSE AMERICAN: ALO) (“Alio Gold” or the “Company”), is pleased to provide a project update and announce that the Company has received approval for its Change of Land Use application from SEMARNAT (Mexico’s Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources) for its high grade, high margin Ana Paula Project located in Guerrero, Mexico (“Ana Paula” or the “Project”).

Key Highlights

  • Permitting milestone achieved with approval of Change of Land Use application
  • Financing proposals received indicate Project highly financeable
  • Advancing the definitive feasibility study towards completion with an investment decision expected in the second quarter of 2018

“Obtaining approval for our Change of Land Use application is the second major milestone in the permitting of Ana Paula after approval of our Environmental Impact Assessment back in April,” said Greg McCunn, Chief Executive Officer. “As we launch an exciting exploration initiative to enhance the already robust economics of Ana Paula, we are also continuing to move the Project forward towards an investment decision in the second quarter of 2018. Now that major permitting milestones are behind us, our focus is on completing the definitive feasibility study and arranging project financing. In addition, we are enhancing community and social efforts to ensure we continue to maintain respectful and mutually beneficial relationships with the surrounding communities.”

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