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2. Debt to revenue ratio. The lower, the better
3. Altman Z-score.

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Financial Strength : 4/10

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Cash-to-Debt 0.02
NYSE:CNX's Cash-to-Debt is ranked lower than
90% of the 449 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: 0.72 vs. NYSE:CNX: 0.02 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Cash-to-Debt only.
NYSE:CNX' s Cash-to-Debt Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: 0.01  Med: 0.03 Max: 0.77
Current: 0.02
0.01
0.77
Equity-to-Asset 0.41
NYSE:CNX's Equity-to-Asset is ranked lower than
62% of the 423 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: 0.51 vs. NYSE:CNX: 0.41 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Equity-to-Asset only.
NYSE:CNX' s Equity-to-Asset Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -0.03  Med: 0.2 Max: 0.46
Current: 0.41
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0.46
Piotroski F-Score: 3
Altman Z-Score: 0.75
Beneish M-Score: -2.26
WACC vs ROIC
8.56%
-5.13%
WACC
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GuruFocus Profitability Rank ranks how profitable a company is and how likely the company’s business will stay that way. It is based on these factors:

1. Operating Margin
2. Trend of the Operating Margin (5-year average). The company with an uptrend profit margin has a higher rank.
••3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank•

The maximum rank is 10. A rank of 7 or higher means a higher profitability and may stay that way. A rank of 3 or lower indicates that the company has had trouble to make a profit.

Profitability Rank is not directly related to the Financial Strength Rank. But if a company is consistently profitable, its financial strength will be stronger.

Profitability & Growth : 4/10

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Operating Margin % -16.72
NYSE:CNX's Operating Margin % is ranked higher than
62% of the 429 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -45.13 vs. NYSE:CNX: -16.72 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Operating Margin % only.
NYSE:CNX' s Operating Margin % Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -16.72  Med: 14.21 Max: 25.62
Current: -16.72
-16.72
25.62
Net Margin % -41.33
NYSE:CNX's Net Margin % is ranked higher than
53% of the 429 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -49.17 vs. NYSE:CNX: -41.33 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful Net Margin % only.
NYSE:CNX' s Net Margin % Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -41.85  Med: 8.69 Max: 20.02
Current: -41.33
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20.02
ROE % -19.85
NYSE:CNX's ROE % is ranked lower than
58% of the 420 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -13.16 vs. NYSE:CNX: -19.85 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROE % only.
NYSE:CNX' s ROE % Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -19.95  Med: 14.7 Max: 33.24
Current: -19.85
-19.95
33.24
ROA % -8.45
NYSE:CNX's ROA % is ranked higher than
52% of the 496 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -9.02 vs. NYSE:CNX: -8.45 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROA % only.
NYSE:CNX' s ROA % Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -8.45  Med: 4 Max: 7.13
Current: -8.45
-8.45
7.13
ROC (Joel Greenblatt) % -3.90
NYSE:CNX's ROC (Joel Greenblatt) % is ranked higher than
67% of the 470 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -13.05 vs. NYSE:CNX: -3.90 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful ROC (Joel Greenblatt) % only.
NYSE:CNX' s ROC (Joel Greenblatt) % Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -3.9  Med: 7.3 Max: 14.2
Current: -3.9
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14.2
3-Year Revenue Growth Rate -14.90
NYSE:CNX's 3-Year Revenue Growth Rate is ranked higher than
58% of the 369 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -18.20 vs. NYSE:CNX: -14.90 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful 3-Year Revenue Growth Rate only.
NYSE:CNX' s 3-Year Revenue Growth Rate Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -15.9  Med: 5.8 Max: 17.2
Current: -14.9
-15.9
17.2
3-Year EBITDA Growth Rate -29.70
NYSE:CNX's 3-Year EBITDA Growth Rate is ranked lower than
61% of the 303 Companies
in the Global Oil & Gas E&P industry.

( Industry Median: -21.60 vs. NYSE:CNX: -29.70 )
Ranked among companies with meaningful 3-Year EBITDA Growth Rate only.
NYSE:CNX' s 3-Year EBITDA Growth Rate Range Over the Past 10 Years
Min: -34.9  Med: 2.7 Max: 45.6
Current: -29.7
-34.9
45.6
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Industry: Oil & Gas - E&P » Oil & Gas E&P    NAICS: 211111    SIC: 1311
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Consol Energy Inc is an integrated energy company. The Company operates through two divisions, oil and natural gas exploration and production (E&P) and Pennsylvania (PA) Mining Operations.

Consol Energy is a legacy coal producer transitioning to a natural gas exploration and production firm. The company produces natural gas across a wide swath of Appalachia, although growth is focused exclusively in the Marcellus and Utica shales. In 2015, Consol produced roughly 900 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. Coal production after recent asset sales is expected to be approximately 30 million tons per year.

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Longleaf Partners Small-Cap Fund Comments on CONSOL Energy - Feb 22, 2017

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+131%; +3.55%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company also contributed large gains over the year. CEO Nick Deluliis, management, and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, monetized assets and continued to cut costs in the pursuit of separating the coal and gas businesses which is expected to happen in 2017. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high cost Miller Creek and Fola thermal coal mines to a private buyer at a price above our appraisal. The company also delivered positive free cash flow (FCF) for the year, which many thought very unlikely at the start of 2016. In the fourth quarter, CONSOL announced the unwinding of a joint venture with Noble Energy in which the company received $205 million in cash from Noble while maintaining ownership of valuable earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) producing properties. Recent transactions involving other companies’ gas assets in Appalachia, as well as CONSOL’s own midstream master limited partnerships’ (MLP) prices, support our appraisal of CONSOL which is much higher than the stock price.



From Longleaf Partners Small-Cap Fund fourth-quarter 2016 commentary.



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Longleaf Partners Comments on CONSOL Energy - Jan 24, 2017

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+131%; +3.96%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, also contributed large gains over the year. CEO Nick Deluliis, management, and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, monetized assets and continued to cut costs in the pursuit of separating the coal and gas businesses which is expected to happen in 2017. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high cost Miller Creek and Fola thermal coal mines to a private buyer at a price above our appraisal. The company also delivered positive free cash flow (FCF) for the year, which many thought very unlikely at the start of 2016. In the fourth quarter, CONSOL announced the unwinding of a joint venture with Noble Energy in which the company received $205 million in cash from Noble while maintaining ownership of valuable EBITDA-producing properties. Recent transactions involving other companies’ gas assets in Appalachia, as well as CONSOL’s own midstream master limited partnerships’ (MLP) prices, support our appraisal of CONSOL, which is much higher than the stock price.



From Longleaf Partners' fourth quarter 2016 commentary.



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Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Energy - Oct 14, 2016

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+19%; +1.1%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, added to the Fund’s return. CEO Nick Deluliis and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, continued to pursue monetization of assets with the goal of ultimately separating the coal and gas businesses. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high-cost Miller Creek and Fola mines to a privately owned buyer who valued them higher than we did. The company also lowered costs across all segments and delivered positive free cash flow once again. Higher coal and gas prices drove strong returns at CONSOL’s holdings in coal master limited partnership (MLP) CNXC and midstream pipeline MLP CNNX. Sales of other companies’ exploration and production assets in Appalachia highlighted the value of CONSOL’s assets.



Southeastern Asset Management's Longleaf Partners third quarter 2016 commentary.



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Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL - Jul 14, 2016

Also a top contributor, CONSOL (NYSE:CNX) (+43%; +1.7%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, continued its positive momentum from the first quarter which saw the addition of new directors, the elevation of Will Thorndike to Chairman, and the sale of the metallurgical coal assets at a price accretive to our value. In 2Q, CONSOL reduced its coal and gas operating costs greater than expected, delivered free cash flow and guided for positive free cash flow, the remainder of the year. The company also had its borrowing base reaffirmed at $2 billion. Recent transactions confirmed the value of CONSOL’s high quality natural gas reserves and acreage. Our capablemanagement partners continue to focus the company on its core natural gas assets while pursuing the monetization of non-core assets, with the goal of separating its coal company from its exploration and production business.



From Longleaf Partners' second quarter 2016 fund commentary.



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Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Energy - Apr 15, 2016

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+43%; +1.1%), the Appalachian natural gas and coal company that was our top detractor in 2015, added meaningfully to first quarter results. Management adjusted to lower commodity prices by adopting significant cost controls and expects positive free cash flow (FCF) in 2016. Early in the quarter, CONSOL announced it was lowering capex by more than 50% from previous guidance. The company also reduced operating expenses, effectively decreasing its Debt/OCF ratio from 3.8 to 3.6. As we continued our constructive dialogue with management regarding asset monetization, CONSOL announced the addition of three new board members, two of whom we suggested. Additionally, Will Thorndike, whom we previously recommended as a board member, replaced Brett Harvey as Chairman. Shortly thereafter, CONSOL sold its Buchanan mine and other met coal assets for $420 million to a private equity-backed firm. The sale was accretive to the value of CONSOL, and management is pursuing additional asset sales.



From Southeastern Asset Management's Q1 letter for Longleaf Partners Small-Cap Fund.



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Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Energy - Apr 14, 2016

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+43%; +1.3%), the Appalachian coal and natural gas company that was among top detractors in 2015, added meaningfully to first quarter results. Management adjusted to lower commodity prices by adopting significant cost controls and expects positive free cash flow (FCF) in 2016. Early in the quarter, CONSOL announced it was lowering capex by more than 50% from previous guidance. The company also reduced operating expenses, effectively decreasing its Debt/ Operating Cash Flow ratio from 3.8 to 3.6. As we continued our constructive dialogue with management regarding asset monetization, CONSOL announced the addition of three new board members, two of whom we suggested. Additionally, Will Thorndike, whom we previously recommended as a board member, replaced Brett Harvey as Chairman. Shortly thereafter, CONSOL sold its Buchanan mine and other met coal assets for $420 million to a private equity-backed firm. The sale was accretive to the value of CONSOL, and management is pursuing additional asset sales.



From Southeastern Asset Management's Q1 2016 shareholder letter.



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Longleaf Partners Comments on CONSOL Energy - Jan 22, 2016

Also previously mentioned, CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX), the Appalachian coal and natural gas company, was down 76% in 2015 after falling 19% in the fourth quarter as the company missed operating cash flow (OCF) estimates amidst declining coal and gas prices. Management is adjusting to lower commodity prices and adopted significant cost controls under zero-based budgeting while still growing natural gas production. We filed a 13-D during the third quarter to discuss with third parties as well as management and the board a potential monetization or separation of the valuable Marcellus and Utica gas assets. This has been a constructive process since filing, and we appraise these assets at worth demonstrably more than CONSOL’s total equity capitalization. CONSOL’s exploration and production (E&P) business is unique, with low cost reserves given the company’s fee ownership of many acres. CONSOL announced in the fourth quarter that its thermal coal business, which enjoys a low cost position, had contracted for 93% of production for 2016 at a confirmed price of $50-55 per ton, providing near-term downside coal business risk mitigation. Multiple directors recently purchased shares.



From Longleaf Partners Fund 4th quarter commentary.



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David Einhorn Comments on CONSOL Energy - Nov 19, 2015

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) is an Appalachia-based coal and natural gas production company. From its most recent high of $33.34 on May 8, the shares traded down gradually to $9.80, where they ended the quarter. There was no single moment where the shares fell sharply; it was essentially an orderly collapse. Yes, coal and natural gas prices both fell modestly during the decline. Yes, the company’s effort to bring its coal assets public in a separate vehicle was greeted coolly by the market. Yes, there is an oversupply of natural gas in the region, which has caused local realizations and quarterly earnings to fall below plan. We could have mitigated a portion of our loss by hedging natural gas, but with the price already near a historical low, we made the incorrect decision not to hedge the commodity risk.

However, CONSOL Energy has had plenty of overlooked good news. The company went through a significant cost-cutting effort and cut its capital-spending budget aggressively. In July it reported fantastic drilling results and a significant success at a test well in the Utica Shale. Ordinarily, the market responds favorably to positive drilling news. In the current environment, it has responded more like a child receiving socks as a birthday present, “Gee, just what I always wanted … more, cheap natural gas.” We believe the market has undue concern about the near-term prospects for Appalachian coal and natural gas, leading it to discount the company’s long-term resource value far beyond anything we anticipated.

CONSOL Energy’s financials do not lend themselves to easy analysis. Right now, CONSOL Energyis transitioning from one of the country’s biggest coal producers into a natural gas company.CONSOL Energy’s financial statements combine both operations, which makes it challenging to properly analyze either of them. Gas analysts looking at CONSOL Energy could see a low-cost, growing natural gas business with enormous resources combined with a worthless legacy coal business. Coal analysts aren’t looking at CONSOL Energy – they’re looking for new jobs. Having dissected the financials, we see two businesses with significant upside.

Even at lower commodity prices, capital discipline, cost cutting and much more efficient drilling economics should enable CONSOL Energy to be cash flow breakeven or better from here on out, which is a significant improvement from our original expectations of about $1 billion of cash burn through 2017. In 2016 we expect CONSOL Energy to generate cash while growing its production and proved developed reserves. There are very few midsize energy companies achieving similar success. And yet, CONSOL Energy trades as if it is at the cusp of financial distress. Of course, we wish we were entering the position now rather than at the higher prices we paid.

From David Einhorn (Trades, Portfolio)'s third quarter 2015 Greenlight Capital commentary.

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Longleaf Partners Comments on CONSOL Energy - Oct 28, 2015

One of the noted energy holdings, CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX), the Fund’s largest performance detractor, fell 55% in the quarter after disappointing revenue and earnings on weaker-than-expected thermal coal production and negative natural gas differentials versus the New York Mercantile Exchange. Management is adjusting to lower commodity prices with cost controls and took steps to recognize the value of CONSOL’s coal assets by offering shares in the MLP CNX Coal, which generated $200 million in proceeds. We filed a 13-D during the quarter to discuss with third parties as well as management and the board a potential monetization or separation of the valuable Marcellus and Utica gas assets. We believe these assets alone are worth demonstrably more than CONSOL’s total equity capitalization. They are unique, low cost reserves given the company’s fee ownership of many acres. CONSOL is exploring monetization paths for all of its assets, including thermal coal, metallurgical coal, pipelines, and the Baltimore port terminal.



From Longleaf Partners' third quarter 2015 commentary.



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Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Energy - Oct 22, 2015

CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) fell 55% in the quarter after disappointing revenue and earnings on weaker-than-expected thermal coal production and negative natural gas differentials versus the New York Mercantile Exchange. Management is adjusting to lower commodity prices with cost controls and took steps to recognize the value of CONSOL’s coal assets by offering shares in the master limited partnership (MLP) CNX Coal, which generated $200 million in proceeds. We filed a 13-D during the quarter to discuss with third parties as well as management and the board a potential monetization or separation of the valuable Marcellus and Utica gas assets. We believe these assets alone are worth demonstrably more than CONSOL’s total equity capitalization. They are unique, low cost reserves given the company’s fee ownership of many acres. CONSOL is exploring monetization paths for all of its assets, including thermal coal, metallurgical coal, pipelines, and the Baltimore port terminal.

From Mason Hawkins (Trades, Portfolio)' Longleaf Partners third quarter 2015 shareholder commentary.

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Mason Hawkins Comments on CONSOL Energy - May 28, 2015

CONSOL Energy (CNX) was down 17% on weak natural gas and coal prices. During the quarter the company reduced its capex budget and grew production strongly. The company is uniquely positioned to navigate these prices with low cost reserves and plans to monetize non-core assets, including the thermal coal master limited partnership (MLP) in mid-2015 and the met coal initial public offering (IPO) in late 2015. CONSOL is one of our most discounted holdings, and CEO Nick Deluliis expressed his agreement with a significant share repurchase announcement.

From Mason Hawkins (Trades, Portfolio)’ Longleaf Partners Fund Q1 2015 Management Discussion.

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Longleaf Partners Small-Cap Fund Comments on CONSOL Energy Guru stock highlight
CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+131%; +3.55%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company also contributed large gains over the year. CEO Nick Deluliis, management, and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, monetized assets and continued to cut costs in the pursuit of separating the coal and gas businesses which is expected to happen in 2017. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high cost Miller Creek and Fola thermal coal mines to a private buyer at a price above our appraisal. The company also delivered positive free cash flow (FCF) for the year, which many thought very unlikely at the start of 2016. In the fourth quarter, CONSOL announced the unwinding of a joint venture with Noble Energy in which the company received $205 million in cash from Noble while maintaining ownership of valuable earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) producing properties. Recent transactions involving other companies’ gas assets in Appalachia, as well as CONSOL’s own midstream master limited partnerships’ (MLP) prices, support our appraisal of Read more...
Longleaf Partners Comments on CONSOL Energy Guru stock highlight
CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+131%; +3.96%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, also contributed large gains over the year. CEO Nick Deluliis, management, and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, monetized assets and continued to cut costs in the pursuit of separating the coal and gas businesses which is expected to happen in 2017. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high cost Miller Creek and Fola thermal coal mines to a private buyer at a price above our appraisal. The company also delivered positive free cash flow (FCF) for the year, which many thought very unlikely at the start of 2016. In the fourth quarter, CONSOL announced the unwinding of a joint venture with Noble Energy in which the company received $205 million in cash from Noble while maintaining ownership of valuable EBITDA-producing properties. Recent transactions involving other companies’ gas assets in Appalachia, as well as CONSOL’s own midstream master limited partnerships’ (MLP) prices, support our appraisal of CONSOL, which is much higher than the stock price. Read more...
Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Energy Guru stock highlight
CONSOL Energy (NYSE:CNX) (+19%; +1.1%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, added to the Fund’s return. CEO Nick Deluliis and the board, led by Chairman Will Thorndike, continued to pursue monetization of assets with the goal of ultimately separating the coal and gas businesses. Following the disposition of its metallurgical coal assets in the first half of the year, CONSOL sold its high-cost Miller Creek and Fola mines to a privately owned buyer who valued them higher than we did. The company also lowered costs across all segments and delivered positive free cash flow once again. Higher coal and gas prices drove strong returns at CONSOL’s holdings in coal master limited partnership (MLP) CNXC and midstream pipeline MLP CNNX. Sales of other companies’ exploration and production assets in Appalachia highlighted the value of CONSOL’s assets. Read more...
David Einhorn Adds Consol Energy and AerCap, Boots Michael Kors and Time Warner From Top 5 New second-quarter letter released
David Einhorn (Trades, Portfolio) demoted Michael Kors (NYSE:KORS) and Time Warner (NYSE:TWC) from the top five positions in his portfolio during the second quarter, favoring AerCap Holdings (NYSE:AER) and Consol Energy (NYSE:CNX). Read more...
Southeastern Asset Management Comments on CONSOL Guru stock highlight
Also a top contributor, CONSOL (NYSE:CNX) (+43%; +1.7%), the natural gas and Appalachian coal company, continued its positive momentum from the first quarter which saw the addition of new directors, the elevation of Will Thorndike to Chairman, and the sale of the metallurgical coal assets at a price accretive to our value. In 2Q, CONSOL reduced its coal and gas operating costs greater than expected, delivered free cash flow and guided for positive free cash flow, the remainder of the year. The company also had its borrowing base reaffirmed at $2 billion. Recent transactions confirmed the value of CONSOL’s high quality natural gas reserves and acreage. Our capablemanagement partners continue to focus the company on its core natural gas assets while pursuing the monetization of non-core assets, with the goal of separating its coal company from its exploration and production business. Read more...
David Einhorn Sells 7 Million Shares of Consol Energy Company has reported declines in multiple areas and is in a volatile industry
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Callinex Identifies High Priority Target Near Sourdough Deposit

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Jun 15, 2016) - Highlights:

Drill hole SDB-004 expanded mineralization associated with the Sourdough deposit approximately 350m down-plunge from the historic deposit;
A Borehole Pulse ElectroMagnetic survey ("BPEM") completed on SDB-004 identified a large and highly conductive off-hole geophysical target;
The modeled size and conductivity of the new BPEM target far exceeds that from the BPEM response associated with the known Sourdough and Pine Bay deposits; and
Plans are to test this and other high-priority targets in upcoming drilling campaigns.

Callinex Mines Inc. (the "Company" or "Callinex") (TSX VENTURE:CNX)(OTCQX:CLLXF) is pleased to announce results from drill hole SDB-004 which expanded the down-plunge extension of the Sourdough deposit located at the Company's 100% owned Pine Bay Project near Flin Flon, Manitoba (see Figure 1). Drill hole SDB-004 intersected 4.9m grading 1.76% Cu Eq., located approximately 105m below drill hole SDB-001 which was drilled during the 2015 Summer Drilling Campaign and 350m down-plunge from the Sourdough deposit. A BPEM survey completed in drill hole SDB-004 identified a large, highly conductive off-hole anomaly located approximately 200m north along strike and appears to lie within the same horizon as the Sourdough deposit (see Figure 2). This geophysical anomaly is a high-priority target that will be tested during the upcoming 2016 Summer Drilling Campaign. Max Porterfield, President and CEO, stated, "Mineralization encountered over a significant area between drill holes SDB-001 and SDB-004 indicate that the system is more robust than previously interpreted. The highly conductive geophysical drill target, located within favorable host rocks, represents a compelling exploration opportunity." The large BPEM anomaly detected in drill hole SDB-004 is modeled to have an approximate strike length of 750m and vertical extent of 400m. A BPEM survey completed on behalf of Callinex by Koop Geotechnical reported that this new anomaly has a Tau of >150 milliseconds as compared with 50-60 milliseconds for the Pine Bay deposit and <10 milliseconds for the Sourdough deposit. Tau is a unit of measurement for conductivity and high readings are indicative for massive concentrations of chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite and/or graphite. The anomaly also has a coincident magnetic signature, which suggests the conductive source is attributable to sulphides and not graphite. This target will be drill tested during the upcoming 2016 Summer Drilling Campaign. A second large and highly conductive target, which was initially identified in 2015 but remains untested to date, is modeled to have an approximate strike length of 310m and a vertical extent of 260m. This target, which has a Tau of ~40 milliseconds and is about 370 meters along strike to the south of the intersection being reported in drill hole SDB-004, is considered a drill target for the winter season due to its distance from the shoreline and needs to be drilled off ice. The Sourdough area is located approximately 2km north from HudBay's past-producing Centennial Mine and has not been subjected to significant modern exploration. Prior to Callinex completing four drill holes between mid-2015 and early-2016, there had been no drilling on the Sourdough deposit since 1980. Furthermore, all of the historic drilling had been relatively shallow and pre-dated the commercial use of borehole geophysical surveys. Modern BPEM surveys coupled with a much better understanding of the geological controls for Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide ("VMS") mineralized systems have more fully demonstrated the potential of the area and provided valuable support for the recent exploration success. Drill Results from the Sourdough Zone


Hole (1)
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SDB004
683.60
688.45
4.85
1.76
1.04
0.60
8.47
0.45


including
683.60
684.25
0.65
3.97
2.11
1.09
21.60
2.01



Notes:

Dip and azimuth for hole SDB-004 is -76º and 300º Az. The 945m deep diamond drill hole is located at the following Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates using the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83) within UTM Zone 14N: 329812m East and 6067470m North. The collar of the hole is 307m above sea level.
Copper equivalent grades are based on the following metal prices: zinc US$0.95/lb, copper US$2.55/lb, gold US$1225 per oz, silver US$16.65 per oz, lead US$0.90/lb. Metal recoveries of 100% are applied in the copper equivalent calculation. The copper equivalent calculation is as follows; Cu Eq = Cu grade ((Zn grade%/100*2205 x Zn price) (Au grade/32.15 x Au price) (Ag grade/32.15 x Ag price))/Cu price/20).
True width is not currently known.

QA/QC Individual samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags, and sealed. Groups of samples were then placed in security sealed bags and shipped directly to SGS Canada Inc in Vancouver, B.C. for analysis. Samples were crushed to 75% passing 2mm and pulverized to 85% passing 75 microns in order produce a 250g split. All copper, zinc and silver assays were determined by Aqua Regia digestion with a combination of ICP-MS and ICP-AES finish, with overlimits (>100 ppm Ag, >10,000 ppm Zn, and >10,000 ppm Cu) completed by fire assay with gravimetric finish (Ag) or Aqua Regia digestion with ICP-AES finish (copper and zinc). All samples were analyzed for gold by Fire Assay of a 30 gram charge by AAS, or if over 10.0 g/t were re-assayed and completed with a gravimetric finish. QA/QC included the insertion and continual monitoring of numerous standards and blanks into the sample stream at a frequency of 1 per 10 samples, and the collection of duplicate samples at random intervals within each batch at a frequency of 1 per 10 samples. SGS Canada Inc carried out some or all of following methods to obtain the assay results for Callinex: G_LOG02 Pre-preparation processing, G_WGH79 Weighing and reporting, G_PRP89 Weigh, dry, crush, split, pulverize, G_SCRQC QC for crush and pulverize stages, G_CRU22 Crush >3kg, G_DRY11 Dry samples, GE_FAA313 @Au, FAS, AAS, 30g-5ml (Final mode), GE-IC14A Aqua Regia digestion/ICP-AES finish, GE_IMS14B Aqua Regia digestion/ICP-MS package, GE_IMS14 Aqua Regia digestion, GO_FAG303 30g, Fire assay, gravimetric finish (Au)(Final Mode), GO_FAG313 30g, Fire assay, gravimetric finish (Ag)(Final Mode) and G0_ICP13B Ore Grade, Aqua Regia digest/ICP-AES. Ag >10ppm was analyzed by ICP. The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by James Pickell, P.Geo, a Consultant to the Company, and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. To view Figure 1: Sourdough Overview Map, visit the following link: http://www.callinex.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Emerging-Callinex-Discovery.jpg To view Figure 2: Longitudinal Section of the Sourdough Deposit and BPEM Anomaly, visit the following link: http://www.callinex.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Sourdough-Off-hole.jpg About The Pine Bay Project The Pine Bay Project is located 16km east of HudBay's 777 Mine and processing facilities near Flin Flon, MB. The project area spans 6,000 sq. ha. and covers a significant portion of the Baker Patton Felsic Complex, one of the largest and most highly altered packages of felsic volcanic rocks within the Flin Flon Greenstone Belt. Historic exploration activities have outlined four mineral deposits, three of which are located within a mineral lease that has advanced permitting status and includes the right to conduct mining activities. The Pine Bay deposit, the largest of the four historic deposits, has a 212m vertical shaft with significant underground workings from previous exploration activities. The project has two distinct areas with VMS mineralization, the northern Pine Bay area and the southern Sourdough area. These areas are each related to historic deposits and occur along an approximate 10km NE-SW VMS trend near the top of the Baker Patton Felsic Complex. The Sourdough area is immediately adjacent to HudBay's past-producing Centennial Mine. Callinex has recently intersected new VMS zones in both the Pine Bay and Sourdough areas. During the 1990s, majors including Placer Dome Inc. and Inmet Mining Corporation conducted limited exploration programs in the Pine Bay area to define a large VMS deposit at depth. A review of historic work has confirmed that several proposed drill holes and targets outlined by Placer Dome there were never completed. The property position was recently consolidated for the first time combining several large claim blocks previously operated by companies including Placer Dome, Inmet, Newmont, HudBay and Cameco. Previous to Callinex' modern geophysical and geological exploration programs, very limited work was conducted between 1996 and 2014. Callinex has digitally compiled more than 1,000 mostly shallow drill holes and has completed large airborne and ground geophysical surveys to identify and evaluate the most prospective drill targets.


Pine Bay Historic Resources(1)(2) (3)


Deposit
Tons
Cu Eq

%(2)
Cu

%
Zn

%
Au

g/t
Ag

g/t


Pine Bay
1,113,200
2.76
2.76
N/A
N/A
N/A


Sourdough
291,150
2.98
1.46
1.71
1.03
29.8


Cabin
125,000
2.18
0.84
4.02
N/A
N/A


Baker Patton
95,000
3.66
0.80
5.28
0.83
56.0


Total
1,624,350
2.81
2.26
0.92
0.24
8.9









Notes:


(1)
Values have been converted from the imperial to metric system






(2)
Historical resource estimates include (a) a Cerro-Mining-Guggenheim Joint Venture report titled "Feasibility Study for 550 ton per day mine & mill", prepared by Wright Engineers Limited in 1971, reported a "geological ore reserve" 1,113,200 tons at 2.76% Cu at the Pine Bay deposit, (b) a Keys report in 1963 reported a historical resource estimate of 291,150 tons at 1.46% Cu at the Sourdough deposit, (c) a Pine Bay Mines report in 1976 reported a historical resource estimate of 125,000 tons at 0.84% Cu at the Cabin deposit and (d) a Macmillan report in 1968 reported a historical resource estimate of 95,000 tons at 0.80% Cu at the Baker Patton deposit. The historical "geological ore reserve" and resource estimates cited above is mentioned for historical purposes only and uses terminology not compliant with current reporting standards. The reliability of these historical estimates is unknown but considered relevant by the Company as it represents a significant target for future exploration work by the Company. The assumptions, parameters and methods used to calculate this historical resource estimate are not known to the Company. The qualified person has not made any attempt to re-classify the estimates accordingly to current NI 43-101 standards of disclosure or the CIM definitions. In order for these resources to be current, the Company will be required to conduct additional drilling on the Pine Bay Property. The Company is not treating this estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves as defined in NI 43-101. Although the Historical resource estimate was also designated as "ore" it cannot be compared to mineral reserves as it is not supported by at least a current pre-feasibility study.






(3)
Copper equivalent grades are based on metal prices of: copper US$3.00/lb, zinc $1.00/lb, gold US$1200 per oz, silver US$20 per oz. Metal recoveries of 100% are applied in the copper equivalent calculation. The copper equivalent calculation is as follows; Cu Eq = Cu grade ((Zn grade%/100*2000 x Zn price) (Au grade/32.15 x Au price) (Ag grade/32.15 x Ag price)/Cu price/20).



About Callinex Mines Inc. Callinex Mines Inc., a Canadian mineral exploration company, is focused on discovering the next copper-zinc rich VMS mine within Manitoba's prolific Flin Flon mining district. The Company's flagship project is the Pine Bay Project which hosts significant historic VMS deposits that are within close proximity to a processing facility. The Flin Flon district has yielded more than 145 million tonnes of production from 32 mines. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. Some statements in this news release contain forward-looking information. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to future expenditures. These statements address future events and conditions and, as such, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the statements. Such factors include, among others, the ability to complete contemplated work programs and the timing and amount of expenditures. Callinex does not assume the obligation to update any forward-looking statement.





Callinex Mines Inc.
Max Porterfield
President and Chief Executive Officer
(604) 605-0885
[email protected]
www.callinex.ca




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