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  • B2Gold Corp. Achieves Record Second Quarter and First-Half 2016 Gold Production; Masbate Mine Produces 57,188 Ounces in Second Quarter 2016 2016-07-13

    VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - July 13, 2016) - B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO)(NYSE MKT:BTG)(NAMIBIAN:B2G) ("B2Gold" or the "Company") is pleased to announce record gold production and revenue for the second quarter and first half of 2016. All dollar figures are in United States dollars unless otherwise indicated.

  • Red Mountain PEA lacks lustre 2016-07-13
    Comparisons unveil true worth of gold-silver study
  • Philippines nickel mines suspended 2016-07-11

    The Philippines Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) has ordered the suspension of two nickel mines in Zambales province after finding several operational violations. The licences have been suspended until the companies have complied with six conditions.

  • ASX: PFS re-lodged (Updated NPV, IRR and JORC Table 1) 2016-06-20
  • PFS proves Batangas mine’s low cost, strong cash flow potential 2016-06-15
    A prefeasibility study (PFS) of ASX-listed junior gold developer Red Mountain Mining’s Batangas gold project, 120 km south of Manilia, in the Philippines, has been completed, demonstrating the low operating costs, high margins and strong cash flow potential of the project. The study concluded that the project would generate A$46-million in free cash flow during the first seven years of production at a gold price of A$1 700/oz. This would be generated by the low operating costs of $735/oz, at an all-in cost of $914/oz. Further, the low upfront capital cost of $16-million would include a new carbon-in-leach processing plant.
  • ASX: PFS confirms low cost and A$46 million of free cashflow 2016-06-14
  • Semirara to boost coal production 2016-06-13

    Semirara Mining and Power Corp has received its amended Environmental Compliance Certificate that allows it to boost production at its Molave Coal Project on Semirara Island, Antique province, the Philippines.

  • Red Mountain’s Batangas JV with Bluebird up and running 2016-05-19
    ASX-listed junior gold developer Red Mountain Mining’s strategic joint venture (JV) partner Bluebird Merchant Ventures has completed the Stage 1 payments totalling $1.7-million required to cement the JV that will fast-track the initial development of the Batangas gold project, on Luzon Island in the Phillipines. Red Mountain stated on Thursday that receipt of the Stage 1 funding would enable the JV to complete a definitive feasibility study (DFS) on the project, with initial updated scoping study results confirming low capital and operating costs, and the recovery of over 100 000 oz of gold during the initial five to six years of the company’s ten-year production plan.
  • ASX: Batangas Gold Project JV up and running 2016-05-18
  • Strong production at Masbate 2016-05-18

    B2Gold’s Masbate mine in the Philippines had a very strong March producing 52,727 ounces of gold against a budget of 45,483 ounces. This was an increase of 7244 ounces, or 16%, above budget and 14%, or 6486 ounces, compared to the same period in 2015.

Mindoro Information

  • Financial 2015-08-28
    The Definitive Feasibility Study delivered by Aker Solutions in February 2010 suggests a capital cost of USD 2.455 billion, and an operating cost of USD 2.11 per pound of nickel before credits. After credits for by- products an operating cost of USD 0.56 per pound of nickel is estimated.
  • The nickel deposit 2015-08-28
    The nickel deposit occurs in laterite, a10-30 m thick weathering horizon overlying barren ultramafic bedrock. Two distinct sub-horizontal layers make up the laterite: 'limonite' ore and saprolite ore. Limonite is the reddish, iron-rich soil type that forms the uppermost 4-10 m and represents the most intensely weathered part of the laterite. The limonite is enriched in Ni and Co and can be successfully processed by high-pressure acid leach (HPAL) technology because of its low magnesium content. Saprolite ore underlies the limonite horizon, and consist of less intensely weathered fragments and boulders of bedrock. It typically has a yellowish to greenish colour. Saprolite often has higher Ni grades than the limonite. A high magnesium content makes it better suited for other processing techniques. The saprolite can also be used to neutralize residual acid solutions in a limonite HPAL process, whereby additional Ni and Co is added to the pregnant liquor.
  • Processing 2015-08-28
    The process plant design is based on well-proven HPAL technology ("High-Pressure Acid Leach"), a processing method which has been operated at Moa Bay in Cuba for over 40 years and was also selected by Sumitomo for its Coral Bay Ni-plant in the Philippines and more recently, for the Ambatovy project in Madagascar and the Ramu nickel project in PNG.
  • Mining 2015-08-28
    The mining operation will be surface excavations from a predetermined mine block of about 50 ha. Projected production rates will require mining of approximately two blocks per year, which will be fully rehabilitated and replanted immediately after mining of each block has been completed. This means that mining will affect an area of approximately 100 ha per year. After mining the terrain will be reshaped and the topsoil returned for immediate replanting. Slopes and loose topsoil will be protected from soil erosion and landslides by so-called coco-fiber mats. After 2-4 years the terrain will be fully re-vegetated and gradually restored after its temporary use for the mine operation.
  • General 2015-05-10
    The deposit consists of two principally different laterite types: limonite ore and saprolite ore. Limonite is the reddish, iron-rich soil type that occurs in the uppermost 4-10 meters of the natural soil profile. The limonite is enriched in Ni and Co and can be successfully processed by acid leach technology (HPAL) because of its low magnesium content. The mining operation will be surface excavations from a predetermined mine block of about 50-60 ha. Projected production rates will require mining of approximately two blocks per year, which will be fully rehabilitated and replanted immediately after mining of each block has been completed. The process plant design is based on well-proven HPAL technology (“High-Pressure Acid Leach”) - a processing method which has been operated at Moa Bay in Cuba for over 40 years and was also selected by Sumitomo for its Coral Bay Ni-plant in the Philippines and more recently, for the Ambatovy project in Madagascar and the Ramu nickel project in PNG.

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