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Gold production in the Amur region in January-April 2018g decreased by 11% - EastRussia | Far East

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Gold production in the Amur Region in January-April 2018g decreased by 11%

The volume of gold production in the Amur region in January-April amounted to almost 5,485 t gold, which is by 11% less than the same period last year, the Ministry of Natural Resources of the region reported. Including ore gold extracted 5,433 t, placer - almost 52 kg.

The decline is temporary and is due to the suspension of production in April at the Pokrovskoye field, as well as the planned reduction in production of OOO Berezitovy Rudnik (part of Nordgold) to 0,647 tons. The main production was provided by the Petropavlovsk group mines - Pokrovskoye produced more than 1,853 t, Albinsk more than 1,539 t, in Malomyr more than 1,08 t. JSC "Privyk Solovyevsky" at the Soloviev gold ore deposit extracted more than 0,728 t.

As reported, this year is expected to start underground mining in the mines Berezitovy and Pioneer. Underground mining in the region has not been conducted since 1994 year.

Gold mining in the Amur region in 2017 grew by 15,6%, to 25,77 tons.