Egypt-focused Centamin (LSE: CEY) (TSX: CEE) has published a new, more ambitious plan for the Sukari gold mine.
According to the company, the new mine plan will push production to an average 506,000 oz. per year at all-in sustaining costs below $1,000 per ounce, for the next nine years and contribute to a 5% increase in total gold production over the mine’s 11-year life.
The company has identified multiple opportunities identified to extend the current life of mine within the Sukari underground, surface satellite deposits and exploration licences adjacent to the mine to further increase resource and reserves, it said in a news release.
Its 2023 production guidance is maintained within a range of 450,000 to 480,000 oz., targeting the lower end of the range.
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