Trans-Siberian Gold increases gold production by 7.5% in 2013.

By the results of 2013 the British Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG, develops precious metals deposits in Kamchatka) increased gold production by 7.5% compared with 2012 to 29,67 thousand ounces (923kg), the company states.

Last year silver production increased by 11.2% to 39.026 thousand ounces (1.2 tons). In 2013 the average gold content in the prospected ore decreased by 3.8% compared with 2012 – to 6.29 gpt, the silver content dropped by 11.4% to 10.45 gpt. The recovery degree of gold last year was 94.43%, of silver – 75.44%.

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