Key moves in the mining industry.
Partnering with the state of Wisconsin and city of Milwaukee, Komatsu is investing approximately $285 million in its South Harbor campus.
Province official announced C$2 million in funding for MineSense Technologies to promote and sell its scalable digital-sensing platform.
Company has released reverse circulation drill results for nine holes testing the D3 and D1 targets at the company’s gold project in southern Idaho.
The new Cat D9 dozer replaces the prior D9T model and offers customizable configurations.
Highlight intercepts from the western part of Saddle include 58.5 metres of 1.8 g/t gold starting at 532.5 metres; 29 metres of 2.39 g/t gold from 619 metres; as well as 39 metres of 1.47 g/t gold starting at 886 metres.
The study looks at a 1,750 t/d underground mine that would produce an average of 76,000 oz. gold per year over a mine life of 11 years at all-in sustaining costs of $747 per oz.
The study suggests a 35-year, 120,000 t/d open-pit operation with an on-site magnetic separation and flotation processing plant.
After restarting mining at the end of July and milling in early August, following a temporary shutdown, the operation generated 3,200 gold oz. last month.
Company has signed an Impacts and Benefits Agreement with the Shuar communities of Warints and Yawi, its indigenous partners, for the copper project.