Country : Tajikistan
Pakrut gold mine, located approximately 120km north-east of Dushanbe, Tajikistan
The mining license for the Pakrut gold project was issued in January 2012 and is valid until November 2030. Construction of the mine began in September 2012 and operations are expected to commence in 2014. As of March 2014, the main decline was developed to a depth of 600m out of the planned 1,800m. The west ventilation access decline was developed to 285m out of the planned 520m.
The mine is estimated to process 660,000t of ore per annum initially and 1.32 million tonnes per annum from 2017.
Pakrut gold reserves
Pakrut gold mine is a part of the Pakrut license area, for which the exploration and trial mining license was awarded in 2004. The Pakrut area is located in the southern part of the Tien Shan Fold belt, which holds the world’s second-largest known gold reserve.
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