PRECIOUS METALS

Chesapeake Gold almost ready for Metates PFS

Chesapeake Gold expects to be able to start a prefeasibility study on its Metates project in Durango, Mexico early in 2024, once it has concluded column tests for its potential leach processing route, chief executive Alan Pangbourne told Mining Journal at the 2023 Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA.

Paul Harris in Beaver Creek, Colorado
Chesapeake Gold's Metates in Durango, Mexico

Chesapeake Gold's Metates in Durango, Mexico

Chesapeake Gold expects to be able to start a prefeasibility study on its Metates project in Durango, Mexico early in 2024, once it has concluded column tests for its potential leach processing route,...

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