Pinos Altos

Chihuahua State, northern Mexico

Pinos Altos is in the mountainous region of northern Mexico, 220 km west of the city of Chihuahua. It is an open-pit and underground mining operation containing substantial reserves of gold and silver. The nearby Creston Mascota deposit is a stand-alone pit and heap-leach operation that is a satellite of Pinos Altos operations.

Key Facts: Pinos Altos

Mine Type

Open pit and underground

2019 production

155,124 oz gold

2019 production costs

$839/oz gold

2019 total cash costs

$639/oz gold

Gold reserves

957,000 oz

2020 production guidance

--oz gold

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2020 total cash costs guidance

$--/oz gold

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Mine life

6 years

Key Facts: Creston Mascota

Mine Type

Open pit

2019 production

48,380 oz gold

2019 production costs

$740/oz gold

2019 total cash costs

$554/oz gold

Gold reserves

61,000 oz

2020 production guidance

--oz gold

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2020 total cash costs guidance

$--/oz gold

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Mine life

1 years

Mine Production

2019 Output

Pinos Altos

Creston Mascota

Pinos Altos employees

1,069

Creston Mascota employees

278