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EastRussia Bulletin: Gold Mining Grows in Amur Region

EastRussia Bulletin: Gold Mining Grows in Amur Region
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Gold production indicators continue to grow in the Amur Region. In January-May of this year, 7 538,8 kg of gold was mined in the region, which is 2,7% more than in the same period of 2018 of the year, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

The volume of ore gold production was 6 737,2 kg, alluvial - 801,6 kg. The growth was mainly due to an increase in production at the mines of the Petropavlovsk group of companies: Malomyr, where the output of precious metals increased 1,9 times, to 2 462 kg, and Albyn, where production increased by 7,4%, to 2 012 kg At the same time, at the Pokrovsky mine of Petropavlovsk, production for five months decreased by 44%, to 1 255,8 kg.

In general, Petropavlovsk enterprises produced 5 729 kg of gold. Included in Nordgold LLC "Berezitovy mine" and LLC "Priisk Solovyovskiy" mined 1 809,8 kg of ore gold. At the same time, Priisk Solovyevsky LLC has reduced production figures by 20,2% since the beginning of the year - to 523,7 kg. This is due to a decrease in 30% of production at the Solovievsky gold deposit (up to 268,2 kg). The subsoil user received 255,5 kg of precious metal at alluvial plots.

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