Northern Miner Staff

Turquoise Hill reports fourth quarter 2018 production for Oyu Tolgoi, 2019 guidance

The company expects Oyu Tolgoi will be the world’s third-largest copper producer at peak metal production.

Bayhorse samples high grade silver in Oregon

The company is trying to find the mine’s higher grade zones; it will then designate the barren zones as support pillars in its mine design.

Serabi Gold hits quarterly record for gold production

The company is currently drilling its Coringa gold project and aims to update its resource by the end of 2019’s first quarter.

Canadian geologist Kirk Woodman murdered in Burkina Faso

Woodman was an accomplished and respected geologist with a career spanning over 30 years.

IAMGOLD expects lower production, higher costs in 2019

IAMGOLD expects to produce fewer gold ounces while incurring higher all in sustaining costs and total cash costs in 2019 compared to 2018.

Alamos Gold forecasts 2019 gold production

Alamos Gold produced 505,000 ounces of gold from its four mines in North America last year and expects a “similar rate of production” this year.

GGX drills more high grade at Gold Drop in BC

Gold Drop was mined intermittently from 1919 to the 1980's and hosts 8 known gold bearing veins or vein systems.

Benchmark extends Phoenix in Golden Triangle

The company drilled 730 metres across seven holes.

Corvus extends Mother Lode north in Nevada

The company has found that the project’s mineralized zone thickens and grades increase north of the main resource.

Silvercrest nears new resource at Las Chispas

The latest results from a phase three infill drill program come from two of 13 new infill holes at the Area 51 zone of the project’s Babicanora vein.

Juggernaut drills new gold zone at Midas in BC

The company believes the anomaly represents a deeper feeder source to the gold zone it just drilled.

Millennial nears feasibility at Pastos Grandes in Argentina

Millennial expects to submit its environmental impact assessment to the Argentinian government during 2019’s first quarter.

Irving Resources granted drill permit in Japan

Last October, Irving sampled high grade quartz vein float at Omu.

Firefox Gold goes public, identifies new targets in Finland

The Newly public Finland gold explorer recently identified five new gold targets on its Jeesio gold project.

Crown Mining preps Moonlight for next copper rally

Moonlight has nearly 1.5 billion lb. copper, the company says.

New Mountain Province CEO has deep diamond roots

President and CEO Stuart Brown spent 19 years with De Beers.

Supreme Metals pinpoints large near-surface magnetic anomaly in Labrador

The company will continue to explore the anomaly as well as look for gabborites containing cobalt.

Wisconsin court rejects lawsuit over Aquila Resources wetlands permit

The lawsuit was brought by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin against the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Osisko Mining reports 39% higher grade than resource model at Windfall Lake

The deposit is one of the highest grade resource-stage gold projects in Canada.

Largo more than doubles strike length at NAN vanadium deposit

Largo expects to table a maiden resource at NAN in early 2019 after receiving all the assays from its latest program.

Constantine boosts resource at Palmer with second deposit

Palmer is a volcanogenic massive sulphide-sulphate joint venture project between Constantine and Dowa Metals and Mining, Constantine owns 51% of the project and is its operator.

Mawson progresses Rajapalot with maiden resource

Mawson Resources says that its Rajapalot gold-cobalt project in Finland has plenty of room for expansion.

Nighthawk explores regions near Colomac in NWT

“This past year a little over half of our drill metres were outside Colomac on our larger land package,” Michael Byron, Nighthawk’s president and CEO, said.

Barrick aborts earn-in joint-venture on ATAC Resources’ Orion project

Shares of ATAC Resources plunged 25% on news that Barrick Gold is terminating its earn-in joint venture on the junior’s Orion project.

Kirkland Lake drills high grade extensions at Fosterville

The company expects to produce at least 330,000 oz. gold in 2018 at Fosterville.