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Bristow says new Barrick just getting started

Barrick Gold should have a clear view of the part its Tanzania gold assets will play when it releases its next five-year strategic plan in November, and may even be close to resolving the Papua New Guinea impasse blocking progress at the “tier one” Porgera mine, CEO Mark Bristow told the Denver Gold Forum. He said the bigger Barrick “sprinted out of the blocks” after its US$6.5 billion Randgold acquisition a year ago and he gave every indication at the conference the pace could increase from here.

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Barrick Gold CEO Mark Bristow at the 2019 Denver Gold Forum: “Porgera … is a tier one asset, we’ve just got to renew this special mining licence”

The gold major will provide a detailed plan for 2020-2024 when it releases its third-quarter results in a few weeks.