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verkauf der america minen an leagold und danach merger mit endeauvor wäre wirklich eine überlegung wert
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.943.214 von KMST am 12.10.18 14:48:42SO geht goldmining
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Solche Aussagen finde ich immer ein "bisschen lustig".



Ist voll OK, aber ich sage Dir mal Warum.

Hört sich, für Mich, so an als ob Das hauptsächlich von "Kompetenz" abhängig ist.
Klar, ist es, auch.
Aber Du kannst auch Der Schlaueste Typ auf Erden sein: Wenn Du ein "ScheXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXss Stück" Land bekommst, dann nutzt Dir Das exakt: NULL.
Und Ähnliches ist Womit Viele, Viele, Viele zu kämpfen haben.

Du kannst "einfach erstmal nur mit Dem arbeiten Was im "Boden drin ist" ".
Datt sein auch so "ppm/ppb" Spiel.

Das ist Jetzt arg vereinfacht, aber vielleicht verstehst Du den gestrikten Punkt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.954.995 von Popeye82 am 14.10.18 15:22:58ich weis was du meinst aber so vereinfacht kann ich genau so gut sagen:

der schlaueste typ auf erden wie du ihn nennst wechselt nicht in ein unternehmen mit nur einem scheiß stück land. und wechselt dann auch das unternehmen wenn er nach 1-2 jahren mitbekommt das das land oder das unternehmen dann doch nicht so gut ist wie gedacht.
und die schlauesten typen der welt holen eben auch aus nur guten oder mittelmässigen sachen das maximale raus. und dumme menschen fahren auch weltklasse projekte vor die wand

nichts für ungut ;)
B2Gold Corp. Announces Positive Results from the Expansion Study at El Limon Mine in Nicaragua and that a Renewed Collective Agreement has been Signed with El Limon Labour Unions


VANCOUVER, Oct. 22, 2018 - B2Gold Corp. (TSX: BTO, NYSE AMERICAN: BTG, NSX: B2G) ("B2Gold" or the "Company") is pleased to announce positive results of an expansion study for El Limon Mine located in Nicaragua and that the Company has signed a renewed two-year Collective Agreement with the labour unions.

The expansion study was conducted to evaluate the life-of-mine ("LoM") options for combining the remaining underground Inferred Mineral Resources with the new El Limon Central zone open-pit Inferred Mineral Resource. The results of this study recommend the expansion of the existing plant from 485,000 tonnes per annum ("tpa") to 600,000 tpa and addition of a third stage of milling to achieve a fine grind. The result would be a much longer mine life with significantly higher gold production and lower cash operating costs (see non-IFRS Measures) and all-in sustaining costs ("AISC") (see non-IFRS Measures). The third stage of milling also allows for the reprocessing of old tailings at the end of the mine life. All dollar figures are in United States dollars unless otherwise indicated.

Highlights of El Limon Expansion Study Results

Projected annual processing rate increase to 600,000 tpa
LoM is estimated to be extended over 10 years, based on Inferred Mineral Resources from open pit and underground sources with an additional 11+ years by processing historic mine tailings
Estimated significant increase in average annual gold production to approximately 75,000 ounces per year during approximately 10 years of mining. In addition, production would average over 18,000 ounces of gold per year for 11+ years when subsequently processing tailings from historic high-grade mining
Projected total gold production over 10 years of mining approximately 750,000 ounces of gold
Projected total gold production of approximately 985,000 ounces of gold over 21+ years
Lower estimated average direct cash operating costs per ounce below $600 and reduced projected AISC of approximately $900 per ounce of gold (excluding expansion capital costs)
Estimated expansion capital cost of approximately $35 million over a period of approximately 16 months for plant upgrades and expansion
Forecast LoM after-tax net cash flow of over $235 million at a gold price of $1,300 per ounce
Forecast after-tax net present value of over $135 million at a 5.0% discount rate and gold price of $1,300 per ounce, generating an after-tax internal rate of return of approximately 28%
Ongoing drilling continues to extend El Limon Central zone to the north. Mineralization remains open to the north and at depth

Project Size Trade-off Studies
El Limon expansion study was evaluated at throughput rates ranging from 500,000 tpa to 1,100,000 tpa. Metallurgical test results indicate that the existing plant could be expanded to a production level of 600,000 tpa by upgrading the crushing system, adding a pebble crusher, adding a new thickener, and upgrading the cyclones and leach circuit. Expansion to 1,100,000 tpa would require an upgrade of the existing plant as well as the construction of a new 500,000 tpa plant.

Metallurgical testing was also completed to evaluate the optimum grind size for both El Limon Central ore and the Santa Pancha underground ore sources. Results indicate that there would be a significant improvement in recovery for El Limon Central pit ore and also an improvement for the Santa Pancha recoveries at finer grind sizes (80% passing 30 microns). The finer grind would be achieved by adding a third stage of grinding to the milling circuit. The fine grind capability would also allow for the retreatment of old tailings at the end of the mine life with only minor plant modifications. High-level production scenarios, capital cost estimates and operating cost estimates were developed for various cases ranging from 500,000 tpa to 1,100,000 tpa with both coarse and fine grinding.

According to the study, the 600,000 tpa fine grind case with the processing of old tailings ("600FwT") would result in the best current project economics. The significant additional capital costs associated with building a second new plant for the 1 million + tpa cases are not justifiable based on the existing Inferred Mineral Resource. However, these cases may become viable as future further expansion opportunities if the Mineral Resource is expanded by further positive drilling results. El Limon Central zone mineralization continues to be extended to the north by drilling, and remains open to the north and at depth.

The 600FwT expansion would consist of upgrading the crushing system, installing a pebble crusher in the SAG mill circuit, adding a third stage of grinding, replacing the pre-leach thickener, adding power generating capacity and making improvements to the gold recovery circuits. The initial capital cost estimates for these improvements would be approximately $35 million. It has been assumed that open-pit mining will be done by contract mining using established contactors. The study assumes the processing of old tailings will begin after the underground and open-pit resources have been depleted.

Basis of the Study
In February 2018, the Company announced a positive initial open-pit Inferred Mineral Resource at the newly-discovered El Limon Central zone at El Limon property in Nicaragua of 5,130,000 tonnes at a grade of 4.92 grams per tonne ("g/t") of gold containing 812,000 ounces of gold (see news release dated 02/23/2018). This resource has provided the open-pit resources for the expansion study. Total Inferred Mineral Resources from underground and open-pit sources included in this study consist of approximately 6.0 million tonnes at a grade of 4.3 g/t, containing approximately 829,000 ounces. Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.

A consistent mix of underground and open-pit ore feeding the plant has always provided the optimum operating conditions for El Limon Mine, and the new Mineral Resources at El Limon Central zone will provide long term, open-pit feed to blend with the underground ore. Approximately 60% of the plant feed is planned to come from open pits which have an overall strip ratio in the range of 16 tonnes of waste to 1 tonne of mill feed. At the end of the mine life, plant feed is expected to come from the old tailings at a rate of 600,000 tpa.

Processing of historic tailings is based on an Indicated Mineral Resource estimate containing 7.3 million tonnes of historic tailings at average grades of 1.12 g/t gold and 4.17 g/t silver, containing approximately 263,000 ounces of gold and 982,000 ounces of silver. Of that resource, approximately 6.9 million tonnes was included in the study at gold and silver grades of 1.15 g/t and 4.11 g/t respectively, containing approximately 255,000 ounces of gold and 916,000 ounces of silver. Annual production rates during the processing of the tailings from historic high-grade mining are estimated to average over 18,000 ounces of gold and 64,000 ounces of silver. Cash operating costs per ounce and AISC per ounce for the processing of the old tailings are forecast to be slightly lower compared to processing the open pit and underground ore resources.

Upside Potential
Positive drilling results continue to expand El Limon Central zone to the north, indicating the potential to expand the Mineral Resources. The zone is also open to depth, indicating the potential to produce ore from underground in El Limon Central area once open-pit mining is completed.

B2Gold's technical team is currently updating El Limon Inferred Mineral Resource to include recent additional drilling results and conducting mine optimization studies with a view to potentially improve the positive economics for El Limon expansion. These studies are expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2019.

Renewed Collective Agreement with El Limon Mine Union Workers
Today, representatives of B2Gold Management and the Labour Unions at El Limon Mine renewed the existing Collective Agreement for two years. The renewal ensures the continuance of stable labour relations and coincides with the positive news regarding the long-term prospects of El Limon Mine.
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