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Kinross Reports 2015 Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Results 2016-02-11
Full-Year 2015 Production at High End of Guidance Range and Costs at Low End; Company Forecasts Record Production and Lower All-In Sustaining Cost in 2016
Eagle Graphite Incorporated Provides Corporate Update 2015-03-02
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 2, 2015) - Eagle Graphite Incorporated (TSX VENTURE:EGA)(FRANKFURT:NJGN) ("Eagle Graphite" or the "Company") provides its first corporate update as a publicly traded company including an overview of the Company's core project, strategy and corporate outlook. Eagle Graphite began trading on the TSX Venture Exchange ("TSXV") on January 22, 2015 after completing its reverse takeover transaction ("RTO") with Amerix Precious Metals Corporation ("Amerix"). Please see the Company's profile on SEDAR (www.SEDAR.com) for additional disclosure relating to the RTO.
Buckhorn Mountain Information
General 2015-05-10The 100% Kinross-owned Kettle River-Buckhorn properties are located in Ferry County in the State of Washington. The properties cover approximately 3,075 hectares through patented and unpatented mining claims and fee lands. Kinross acquired Kettle River through its acquisition of Echo Bay on January 31, 2003. At the time, the mine was undergoing care and maintenance. Kinross resumed operations on the Emanuel Creek deposit in December 2003, which was completed in November 2005. The Buckhorn Mountain Project In August 2006, Kinross acquired the Buckhorn gold deposit, located approximately 76 kilometres by road from Kinross' Kettle River gold milling facility. Originally conceived as an open pit mine, Buckhorn was redesigned and developed as an underground mine, and the Kettle River mill was refurbished to process the ore. The primary mining method employed is cut and fill, with a target production rate of 900 tonnes per day. The Buckhorn mine ore is trucked 75 kilometers to the Kettle River Mill, which has a 1,800 tonne per day capacity. The Buckhorn mine began production in October 2008, and produced 27,036 gold equivalent ounces at an average cost per ounce of $344 in 2008.
Kinross defers Tasiast Phase 1 expansion to 2017; lifts Q3 gold margin 36% 2016-11-03Canadian multinational miner Kinross Gold on Wednesday cut its capital expenditure forecast by $105-million, saying it has deferred spending at Tasiast's Phase One expansion project, in Mauritania. The Toronto-based company has deferred construction to 2017, after the temporary suspension of activities earlier in the year, when the West African country ordered expatriates whose work permits were invalid to stop working.
Barrickâs $1bn Super Pit stake said to draw Kinross, Zijin 2016-10-07Barrick Gold’s stake in the Kalgoorlie Super Pit mine has drawn interest from Kinross Gold and Zijin Mining Group in a sale that could fetch as much as $1-billion, people with knowledge of the matter said. Australian producers Newcrest Mining, Northern Star Resources and Evolution Mining are also reviewing data on the mine ahead of possible indicative bids, which are due by the end of October, according to the people.
Kinross bolsters balance sheet 2016-09-02Move will free up funds to expand in Nevada and Mauritania
Kinross shutters Maricunga 2016-08-26Water pumping restrictions lead to suspension at Chile mine
Kinross Announces Operational Updates at Bald Mountain, Tasiast and Maricunga 2016-08-25
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - August 25, 2016) - Kinross Gold (TSX: K) (NYSE: KGC) announced today operational updates at its Bald Mountain mine in Nevada, Tasiast mine in Mauritania and Maricunga mine in Chile.