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Last C$2.35 CAD
Change Today -0.07 / -2.89%
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25 York Street

17th Floor

Toronto, ON M5J 2V5

Canada

Phone: 416-365-5123

Fax: 416-363-6622

Kinross Gold Corporation engages in mining and processing gold, and as a by-product, silver ore; and the exploration for, and the acquisition of, gold bearing properties in the Americas, the Russian Federation, West Africa, and internationally. Properties Fort Knox and Area, Alaska, the United States The company is the owner of the Fort Knox mine located in Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska. The Fort Knox property includes the main Fort Knox open pit mine, mill, tailings storage facility, heap leach facility, the Gil project, and the True North open pit mine (which is under post-closure monitoring). The Fort Knox mine is 100% owned and operated by the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Fairbanks Gold Mining Inc. (FGMI). The Fort Knox property includes 30,917 hectares. FGMI controls a group of properties that comprise its mineral holdings in the Fairbanks Mining District. These properties include state of Alaska mining claims, patented and unpatented Federal lode and placer mining claims, and private land. Paracatu, Brazil The company is the owner of the Paracatu mine located in the northwestern portion of the Minas Gerais State in Brazil. The Paracatu mine includes an open pit mine, two process plants (Plant I and Plant II), two tailings facilities areas (Santo AntÔnio and Eustáquio), and related surface infrastructure. The Paracatu mine is 100% owned and operated by the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Kinross Brasil Mineração S.A. (KBM). The site is known locally as ‘Morro do Ouro’. KBM holds its title by way of five mining licences (Grupamento Mineiro) totalling 1,916 hectares. KBM holds title to 37 exploration permits (51,861 hectares) and has applied for title to an additional 6,888.54 hectares in exploration permits in the area surrounding the mine. Kupol and Dvoinoye, the Russian Federation Kupol: The company completed its acquisition of the remaining 25% of Chukotka Mining & Geological Company (CMGC) from the State Unitary Enterprise of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, which is owned by the Government of Chukotka Autonomous District, an autonomous Okrug (region) in the northeast region of the Russian Federation. This transaction gave the company 100% ownership of the Kupol mine and the Kupol East-West exploration licenses. The Kupol property comprises a 17.5 square kilometer license for subsoil use for geological study and production of gold and silver. Dvoinoye: The company owns a 100% interest in the Dvoinoye underground gold mine through the acquisition of Northern Gold LLC and Regionruda LLC. The Dvoinoye mine is owned and operated by Northern Gold LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company. Ore from Dvoinoye is processed at the Kupol mill, which is owned by CMGC. The Dvoinoye mine is a high grade epithermal gold deposit located approximately 100 kilometers north of the company’s Kupol operation within the remote, undeveloped, mountainous area of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug in Far East Russia. The Dvoinoye mine includes two licenses. The Vodorazdelnaya license is a combined reconnaissance and mining claim. It covers a total area of 922.2 square kilometers. The Dvoinoye exploration and mining license, which covers an area of 5.76 square kilometers, including mine operations and associated facilities, is located within the Vodorazdelnaya license. Tasiast, Mauritania The Tasiast mine is located in northwestern Mauritania, approximately 300 kilometers north of the capital city of Nouakchott and 250 kilometers east of the city of Nouâdhibou. The mine and infrastructure are located entirely within the Tasiast Lands. These lands total approximately 312 square kilometers in area and fall within the administrative purview of the Inchiri District. Except for the 10% carried interest in Société d’Extraction du Nord de l’Inchiri S.A. that the company has undertaken to transfer to the Government of Mauritania, Tasiast Mauritanie Limited S.A. and its affiliates, collectively, hold a 100% interest in the Tasiast mine, the Tasiast Lands, the existing exploitation permits and the exploration permits. Other Kinross Properties Round Mountain, Nye County, Nevada, the United

 

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