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 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

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