Thursday, December 17, 2020

#ExploringMining #Podcast Episode 127 – #Mining #Stocks News from (NYSE: $RIO) (NYSE: $AGI) (NYSE: $CDE) (TSXV: $RDG.V)

#ExploringMining #Podcast Episode 127 – #Mining #Stocks News from (NYSE: $RIO) (NYSE: $AGI) (NYSE: $CDE) (TSXV: $RDG.V)         


Point Roberts WA, Delta BC, December 17, 2020, a global investor news source covering mining and metals stocks releases today’s edition of Exploring Mining Podcast, featuring stock news from TSX, TSXV ,CSE, ASX, NASDAQ, NYSE  companies plus interviews with CEO's and leading experts.


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Rio Tinto Group (NYSE:RIO) has revealed a development pathway and timeline for the underground project at Oyu Tolgoi in Mongolia, described as being “one of the largest known copper and gold deposits in the world.” In fact, the mine “is expected to produce 480,000 tonnes of copper per year on average from 2028 to 2036 from the open pit and underground,” and “by 2030 is expected to be the fourth largest copper mine in the world.” Arnaud Soirat, Chief Executive of Copper & Diamonds, Rio Tinto, said:


"We now have a pathway to bring the underground project into production, which will unlock the most valuable part of Oyu Tolgoi. We will continue to work together with the Government of Mongolia and TRQ to progress the project, including finalising all necessary approvals and agreeing a solution on power and funding."


Alamos Gold Inc. (NYSE:AGI) has released its first Economic Benefits Assessment of the Island Gold Mine report, indicating “the mine’s economic value and community benefits in the region.” John A. McCluskey, the company’s President and CEO, said:


“Good mines and good people are the foundation of our growth in Northern Ontario. When we took root in the region three years ago, we set out to hire locally, train great talent, and create tremendous value in the community, which we continue today. Our next phase of growth at Island Gold will result in new jobs and opportunities in the region, create a lasting legacy that benefits all Alamos stakeholders, and reflect our core values of safety, teamwork, environmental sustainability, commitment and integrity.”


Coeur Mining, Inc. (NYSE:CDEannounced details of the expansion of its Rochester silver-gold mine in Nevada. Highlights include a year-over-year increase in silver and gold reserves of 58 percent and 65 percent, respectively, and “annual silver and gold production expected to total over 8.0 million ounces and approximately 80,000 ounces, respectively, for the initial ten years post-expansion.” Coeur Mining President and CEO, Mitchell J. Krebs, said:


"The expansion of Rochester represents the Company’s single largest organic growth opportunity. The combination of significant reserve growth, the scope of the expansion project to leverage economies of scale and the benefit of higher and faster silver recoveries from HPGR [high-pressure grinding roll] technology is expected to generate an internal rate of return of over 30%.”


Ridgeline Minerals Corp. (TSXV:RDG) has completed its Phase I drill program at the Swift gold project in Lander County, Nevada. The company’s Vice President, Exploration, Mike Harp, explained:


"Our team is encouraged by the geologic data collected during the Phase I drill program to-date. Our first two holes at the Fallen City target exhibit many of the fundamental characteristics shared by Carlin-Type gold systems in Nevada including favourable host rocks, hydrothermal alteration, proximity to major fault zones, and multi-phase igneous activity."


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