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Steppe Gold sees power supply cutting Mongolia cash costs

The Mongolian government’s approval for Toronto-listed Steppe Gold to receive power from the national electricity grid for its ATO gold mine will cut expected cash costs by over US$100 an ounce for the phase two expansion of the mine, Steppe Gold said.

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Steppe Gold gets power

Connecting the mine to the state grid power system and reducing its reliance on diesel generators for power will dramatically reduce projected energy costs by 75%, or from approximately $32 million to