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Yakutia plans to approach the 2019 year with an 7-percent increase in gold production

The Yakut government, developing a forecast for the development of the republic’s gold industry, considered the key facilities of the Nezhdaninskoe deposit, owned by Polyus Gold, and Gross, which is owned by Nordgold. Both projects are being prepared by the owners for the development, writes Jewell.INFO.

The bowels of the Nezhdaninskoye deposit store 680 tons of gold, experts remind. Open-pit mining is available 200 tons, the rest will have to be mined using mine technology. With the development of Nezhdaninsky, a large project will begin to be implemented, called the "Integrated Development of the Tomponsky District". The latter is the first stage in the development of the gold-bearing Yano-Kolyma province. The annual productivity of Nezhdaninskoye will be 9 tons for gold and 37 tons for silver. Development of Nezhdaninskoye is expected to start in 2017.

The implementation of the project Gross is already running. Nordgold leads the breakthrough in spring. The stage was named by specialists during the period of pilot operation. The end of the year will crown 1.8 million tons of ore. The processing is planned at the technological capacities of the Neryungri mine located nearby. Experts hope to extract 30 thousand ounces of gold. By the 2019 year, Nordgold intends to produce almost 7 tons of precious metals here annually. Investments in Gross will reach $ 300 million, the company said.

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