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Roman Mountain Information

  • General 2015-05-10
    The Trend and Roman mining operations will be integrated and utilize as much of the existing infrastructure as possible. Additional plant capacity and mining equipment will be required in order to achieve full production. A prefeasibility study will be completed in 2010; the Environmental Assessment report will be submitted in early 2010. Mining is envisaged to commence in 2013, with full production being achieved later in that year.

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