Pilar Gold Mine - CCA Complex

About Caeté Complex

The Caeté Mining Complex (CCA) is composed of two underground mines (Roça Grande Mine and Pilar Mine) that utilize a combination of mechanized cut and fill and long-hole stope mining methods. Ore produced from these mines is transported to the 2,200 tonnes per day gravity, flotation and CIL treatment of flotation concentrate processing plant adjacent to the Roça Grande mine, a total distance of approximately 50 kilometres by road from the Pilar mine.

Location

The Caeté mining complex, which includes the Pilar and Roça Grande mines and the Caeté Plant, is located in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, 50 kilometers east of the city of Belo Horizonte.

Caeté Complex Mine Statistics
2 Underground MinesQ4 Grade - 2.79 g/t
  • Roça Grande Mine & Pilar Mine
    • Mining Methods:
      • Pilar - Long hole stope
      • RG - Mechanized cut & fill
Q4 Recovery - 90.8%
Pilar ore, shipped to RG, 50kmsQ4 Au Production - 9,308 oz
Capacity - 2,200 tpdYTD Au Production - 33,350 oz
Q4 Ore Processed - 115,000 t*Q3 COC/AISC-$842/$1,108oz
*Q3 COC/AISC-$995/$1,351oz
*Q3 CAPEX - $3.3M

* Will be published with Q4 and year end financials in March, 2017


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