Centamin sees Egypt Sukari mine output climb 20% this year
- Egypt: Saturday, March 16 - 2013 at 03:34
Gold mining firm Centamin has said annual gold production from its Sukari mine in Egypt is expected to rise by 20% to 320,000 ounces in the coming year, Ahram has reported. The London-based global gold producer targets an output of 450,000 to 500,000 ounces of gold per annum as of 2015 from the Sukari site. Centamin also said that following delays in its Stage 4 expansion of the mine, it expects the bulk of commissioning activities to start during the second half of 2013, though it remains confident that the plant will be operational before the year's end.
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