Project
Gold mining in Khabarovsk Territory
  • Country
    Russian Federation
  • Region
    Khabarovsk Territory
  • Group Company
    Amur Zoloto / Kopy Goldfields
Project

About the Project

Amur Zoloto was created in 2010 by spin-off from Artel Starateley Amur.

Amur Zoloto is among 20 largest gold producers in Russia. The Company employs about 700 people.

In 2020, Amur Zoloto became a part of Kopy Goldfields. Following a reverse takeover, shareholders of Alliance Group became the majority shareholders of Kopy Goldfields. 

Ten years of successful gold mining experience is the foundation for future development

 

Many years of experience in gold mining

Modern technologies of global leaders

Best international environmental standards

 

Geography
Geography
Geography
The project is being implemented in Khabarovsk Territory.
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Indicators

Key indicators

There are large reserves and resources, including unallocated, in the facility’s operation area.

The Company holds 20 licenses for exploration and production of placer and hard-rock gold.

Resource base ensures stable gold production

  

Proved and probable gold reserves
1.19
million ounces
Gold resources
1.86
million ounces
Total Ore Volume
17.6
million tonnes
 
Gold reserves
0.36
million ounces
Resources
0.41
million ounces
Content of gold in ore
1.2
g/t
Recovery factor
65%

 

Gold reserves
0.32
million ounces
Resources
0.53
million ounces
Content of gold in ore
5.5
g/t
Recovery factor
83%

 

Gold reserves
0.20
million ounces
Resources
0.25
million ounces
Content of gold in ore
3.3
g/t
Recovery factor
92%

 

Gold reserves
0.13
million ounces
Resources
0.15
million ounces

Deposits:

  • Odari, Tukchi, Dar
  • Alluvial deposits: Buor, Khayunda, Kurun-Uryakh, Kagkan-Chudny

 

Project Implementation