Month: April 2019

McEwen Mining Reports Q1 2019 Results

McEwen Mining Inc. is pleased to report its first quarter results for the period ended March 31, 2019. Production during the quarter was 36,315 gold equivalent ounces. The operational challenges we experienced in the first two months of the quarter have largely been resolved. We made progress implementing better mining practices at the Black Fox mine and advanced towards commercial production at the Gold Bar mine. Nevertheless, the temporary production delays at Black Fox and a slower start-up at Gold Bar did lower our revenue in the first quarter, contributing to our consolidated net loss of $10.1 million, or $0.03 per share. Our consolidated production rebounded during the month of April with approximately 16,500 GEOs, and we are back on track to deliver our guidance for 2019.

One World Lithium Announces 4,250 Meter Drill Program Start

The Company has received a drilling permit required to start it’s 12 hole, 4,250 meter (14,000 feet) drilling program at its Salar del Diablo Property located in the State of Baja California Norte, Mexico. The Property is one of the largest known salars to be drilled in 2019.

Pino de Plata Sampling Yields 1,278 g/T AgEq; Highest Silver Assay to Date for Silver Spruce

We are very pleased with the results from the recently completed field program at Pino de Plata. In addition to the discovery of new vein targets and the significant expansion of the large target areas of El Terrero and the Gossan, assays of samples taken by ProDeMin verify the tenor of existing mineralization in two large areas that may host significant mineralized tonnage. With the data generated during this program we are now prepared to drill Phase I with greater confidence, stated Karl Boltz, CEO of Silver Spruce.

Consolidated Zinc Ltd. – Quarterly Activities Report, March 2019

During the quarter, Plomosas produced 11,267 tonnes of ore, with ramping up of activities achieving a new monthly record of 3,873 tonnes in February, and March mining steady at 3,855 tonnes. Mined grades averaged 10.7% zinc and 2.5% lead, with zinc grades improving through the quarter, achieving 12.4% zinc in March. Lead grades averaged 2.5%, with overall zinc and lead combined grades to increase as the mine stoping operations transitions to higher grade stopes.

Agnico Eagle Announces Election of Directors

Agnico Eagle Mines Limited today announced that, at the annual and special meeting of shareholders held on April 26, 2019, each of the ten nominees listed in the management information circular dated March 12, 2019, were elected as directors of Agnico Eagle.

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