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Barrick deal makes sense for Candelones sulphides

Striking a deal to toll process Candelones sulphide ore at the Barrick Gold operated Pueblo Viejo operation makes a lot of sense, Joseph Hamilton, chair and CEO of Unigold told Mining Journal at the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, Colorado.

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Unigold's Candelones in Dominican Republic

Candelones hosts some 2 million ounces of sulphides of which about 700,0000oz grade more than 4 grams per tonne. The material is partially refractory and so probably needs partial or full oxidation.