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Battle Mountain Complex (Closed) gold mine

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22 December 2015

Battle Mountain Complex (Closed) gold mine

Report summary

The Battle Mountain trend, also referred to the Rabbit/Getchell trend, is a major mineralised trend paralleling the Carlin trend (Goldstrike, Newmont etc.) further to the east. Other major mines located on the trend are Getchell, Pinson, and Twin Creeks to the north, Cortez to the south. Fortitude mill reserves were exhausted in 1993. The Reona heap leach project was commissioned in October 1994, with residual leaching ceasing in 1998. The Phoenix Project may come on-stream at some point...

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  • Summary and key issues
  • Location maps
  • Geology
    • Mining
    • Process
  • Timeline
  • Economic assumptions

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