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lihir gold mine, lihir island, papua new guinea

The upgrade was the subject of a rigorous 12-month feasibility study which concluded that it would provide a robust return, positioning LGL for increased output, lower cash costs and more reliable and consistent production

The mine produced 29.6Mt of gold ore and milled 6.9Mt of ore to produce 649,000oz of gold as of June 2013. Lihir employs approximately 4,500 residential and fly-in-fly-out workers. Total won a contract in September 2018 to deliver 14 million litres of lubricants to the mine over a period of four years

Lihir Island consists of five miocene-pleistocene volcanic units, of which three are volcanic calderas and two are sequences of mafic volcanic rock that predate the three volcanoes. Remnant geothermal activity is present in the Luise caldera, evidenced by hot springs and fumaroles

lihir gold mine, lihir island, papua new guinea

The orebody is contained in a hydrothermally-altered porphyry gold system with the gold hosted in volcanics, intrusives and breccias within the caldera. The majority of the gold is contained in sulphides

Currently, defined gold mineralisation occurs near the centre of the caldera. Exploration since 1983 has defined several adjacent and partly overlapping deposits; Lienetz, Minifie, Coastal and Kapit with adjacent satellite deposits of Borefields and Camp. The bulk of the known mineralisation is in Minifie and Lienetz. All of the deposits except Minifie are connected by areas of low-grade mineralisation

from mine to mobile phone: the conflict minerals supply

Increasing pressure on electronics companies to ensure that their products do not contain illicit minerals from the killing fields in eastern Congo is beginning to have a significant impact. With bills on conflict minerals moving through Congress, the electronics industry has spent about $2 million per month lobbying Senate offices to relax the legislation, which would increase transparency in the supply chains for tin, tantalum, and tungsten, or the 3Ts.[1]

These mineral ores, as well as gold, are key elements of electronics products including cell phones and personal computers, and also are the principal source of revenue for armed groups and military units that prey on civilians in eastern Congo. Congo’s mineral wealth did not spark the conflict in eastern Congo, but war profiteering has become the fuel that keeps the region aflame and lies beneath the surface of major regional tensions.[2]

“When the FDLR come to a mine, the first thing they do is get the girls and abuse them. Then they force many people to work and kill those who don’t want to work.” -Jacques, former militia commander, Nyangezi, South Kivu

The journey of a conflict mineral begins at one of eastern Congo’s many mines.[4] A recent mapping exercise by the International Peace Information Service, or IPIS, identified 13 major mines and approximately 200 total mines in the region.[5] Many geologists and companies believe that there may be a much greater abundance of minerals below the surface in eastern Congo, but decades of war have precluded large-scale geological exploration

from mine to mobile phone: the conflict minerals supply

Minerals dealer: “Look, this cassiterite [tin ore] is from one mine, and this on the right is from another mine.” Government inspector: “Yes, and this one is from Shabunda, in the area where the FDLR is.” -Dialogue at a minerals trading house, Bukavu

Export companies then buy minerals from the trading houses and transporters, process the minerals using machinery, and then sell them to foreign buyers. These companies, known locally as comptoirs, are required to register with the government, and there are currently 17 exporters based in Bukavu and 24 based in Goma. Just as the exporters provide financing to their suppliers, the majority of them are paid in advance for their minerals by international traders from Belgium, Malaysia, and other foreign countries

zambia : about gold mining again: what are people crying

1. The bottom line is that there is plenty of gold across the country. Anyone who is interested in mining it can simply apply for an exploration license at the Department of Mines and it shall be given to you. Once you locate commercially viable deposits of gold with your exploration, then you can apply for a mining license and again, the Department of Mines will give it to you and you can set up your gold mine as a Zambian which will be owned by you 100%. Nobody will stop you. I personally know more than 10 prominent Zambians that are into the exploration business not only for gold but even for other deposits such as oil. Some are in the process of developing their mines.

2. Those Karma Mining Services guys who came from Sudan went and applied for an exploration license, got it, pumped money into exploration in Mumbwa, found commercially viable deposits of gold, applied for a mining license, got it then set up their mine which is operational as we speak. ZCCM-IH as an investor decided to buy some shares into the Mumbwa mine. Given that Karma is an international company with other business assets elsewhere, instead of ZCCM-IH buying shares into Karma Mining Services, they decided to set up an SPV called CGCZ in which ZCCM-IH owns 45% and Karma Mining Services owns 55%. This SPV will mine the gold at the Mumbwa site.

3. The SPV further decided to invest into a gold processing plant which will not only process gold from their Mumbwa mining site but also from various artisanal gold miners dotted all over the area. An artisanal miner is a small scale miner and this license category is reserved for Zambians only. There are more than 1,000 artisanal mining licenses that the Department of Mines has issued so far, for different mineral deposits including gold, manganese, emeralds etc.

4. CGCZ decided to establish an SPV to undertake this gold processing in Mumbwa in conjunction with Allay metals in which CGCZ owns 65% and Allay Metals owns 35%. A gold processing facility is like a smelter in the world of copper. Anyone can set up a gold processing facility and those involved in gold mining including artisanal gold miners will decide which processing facility to take their gold to for processing.

zambia : about gold mining again: what are people crying

5. So now tell me, what are people crying about regarding the above arrangement? This is a totally commercial arrangement and no one said that these entities above will have a monopoly on gold exploration or mining in Zambia, no. So before ignorance kills you by arguing about things you don’t even understand, get out of social media, go and apply for a gold exploration license at the Department of Mines and become a proud gold mine owner in a few months or years.

” Before ignorance kills you by arguine about this you dont understand get out of social meadia, go and apply for a licence ” SEAN TEMBO, This applies to all those in the diaspora and habaazoka lubinda,who were feeding us with fake infomation on this platform. Well said sean

gold mining commences in rufunsa | zambia reports

The Phase involves ten (10) gold milling plants with a processing capacity of 30 tonnes of ore per day, and a targeted average of 7.5 kilograms gold production per month. The next stage of the Phase is also underway which involves the setting up of the gold vat leaching plant in Rufunsa. The plant is aimed at chemically processing the gold stock piles from two old gold mines, and concentrates from the gold milling plants

The vat leaching plant which is scheduled to be completed by June 2020 will have a processing capacity of 8,000 tonnes of ore material per leach, and a targeted gold production of 17.5 kilograms per month

The total targeted gold production envisaged is 25 kilograms per month from both the milling and the vat leaching plants. A total of approximately $3.15 million has been injected in these two production lines, following the successful completion and launch of a gold laboratory set at a total cost of $250,000 in Lusaka in March 2020

This is good news to the citizens and the development of the nation that our sensitive resources are starting to be exploited for the well being of its people. The president his Exillence ECL is going in the right direction in allowing such mining activities benefit the government and the small scale and peasant miners alongside side foreign companies. This is a pro poor government that is truly with equal distribution of wealth despite the government short comings. This will alleviate poverty and earn the nation foreign exchange

gold mining commences in rufunsa | zambia reports

1. $3.15M investment in a Gold mine and people clap their hands Judy goes to show how shallow we as a country are. I cannot see sense in it. We needy more in toll gates at over $4M and fire tracks at $42M than Gold mines we could have in Eastern Province, Rufunsa and North Western? This is just a small example in wrong doings by the PF that leaves one shocked to see citizens celebrating a joke

@Chonya, I can not agree with you more. Just when I think Zambians thought process cannot go any lower they step up their game & prove me wrong. I am a true believer in the adage,”never underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers”. Under PF the ‘stupids’ have been given a platform. Zambia is in the shitter

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