milling ore

milling ore

[′mil·iŋ ‚ȯr]
(mining engineering)
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Century produced 93,062 tonnes of zinc in zinc concentrate during the third quarter, 20% lower than the previous quarter primarily due to lower milling ore grades in the final stage of the open pit.
A Matilda Plant could be used to process all its free milling ore including Williamson and Regent deposits.
The Company has expanded its mission to include the development of mining technology that can decrease the cost of milling ore and tailings as well as increase the yield on milling of gold and other recoverable metals.
However, year-to-date production of 71,450 tonnes of zinc and 2,274 tonnes of copper were 25% and 44% higher than the same period 2014 respectively, driven by higher milling ore grades and higher recoveries.
Apex's Wiluna Plant has the flexibility through two separate mill streams to be able to treat both refractory and free milling ore.
First Uranium has reopened and rehabilitated the mine and is currently hoisting and toll milling ore for gold production at a neighbouring gold plant, while construction of its own gold and uranium plants are expected to be completed and commissioned in April and June of 2008, respectively.
SDRC estimates costs of mining and milling ore under $190.
CRYSTALLEX INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (Amex: KRY; Toronto) (symbol KRY on the TSE and Amex) today announced that it has started mining and milling ore from its La Victoria open pit, which is one of six known gold deposits in the Company's recently acquired Lo Increible project in the El Callao district of Venezuela.
Santos reports that this manganese zone contains an estimated 39 million tons of milling ore in a 2,500 meter long by 20 meter wide zone using a downdip extent of 300 meters within the envelope of an extensive copper mantos system.
Our mines are producing steadily and we now have a secure source of toll milling ores.
The Company anticipates securing additional toll milling ores in the near future.