probable ore

probable ore

[′präb·ə·bəl ′ȯr]
(mining engineering)
A mineral deposit adjacent to a developed ore but not yet proved by development.
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It has a proved and probable ore reserve of 581,000 ounces of gold.
Proved and Probable Ore Reserve for product once mined, processed and marketed totals 532,607 ounces of gold, 11,305 tonnes of copper and 1,711,075 ounces of silver.
The first proven and probable Ore Reserve estimate for the Pearse open cut mine was completed in
The SEC permits companies, in their filings with the SEC, to disclose only proven and probable ore reserves.
It has continued to grow proven and probable ore reserves at its flagship Sukari project in Egypt.
The firm stated that proven and probable ore reserves at the mine were at 589 million metric tons effective June 30 with a copper grade of 1.
The project has proven and probable ore reserves of 55 Mt, at an average grade of 1.
Underground proven and probable ore reserves stand at 33 million mt, grading 1.
According to the JORC Code (2012), Total Probable Ore Reserves at the Komarovskoye deposit are estimated at 14.
1Moz of gold, and a Proved and Probable Ore Reserve position of 381,000 ounces (both as at 30 June 2011).
The latest data includes mineable, diluted, proven and probable ore reserves of 603,608 t, at a grade of 7.

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