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Situated in the Eastern Goldfields region, the Agnew Gold Mine site is 23 kilometres west of Leinster, 375 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie and nearly 1,000 kilometres north-east of Perth in Western Australia, Australia. Acquired in 2001, Agnew Gold Mine ... Moreproduces over 250,000 ounces of gold per annum.

Gold is sourced from the two underground operations and processed via a CIP plant. The majority of the nearly 500-strong Agnew workforce lives permanently in Perth and commutes to site on a fly-in/fly-out roster from Leinster.

Mining operations at Agnew currently consist of the Waroonga Underground comprising of the Kim, Main and FBH lodes. The underground workings are accessible from the old Waroonga Pit, via the Kim decline which extends to more than 1,300 meters below the surface. Stopes are mined by mechanised sub-level stoping and backfilled using paste fill, with underground production and development carried out by contract miner Barminco Limited.

Access to the Lawlers underground is via the New Holland and Genesis Pits and mining is predominantly via long-hole stoping of the Sheeba, Genesis and Cinderella lodes.
The Beta Hunt Mine is a low-cost gold mine located in the prolific Kambalda mining district of Australia. RNC (TSX: RNX) has as 100% interest in Salt Lake Mining Pty Ltd ("SLM"), a private company whose main asset is a 100% interest in the Beta Hunt ... MoreMine.

The Beta Hunt Mine, located 600 km from Perth in Kambalda, Western Australia, is a deposit with the very rare feature of hosting both nickel and gold resources in adjacent discrete mineralised zones. The mining tenements on which the Beta Hunt Mine is located are held by Gold Fields Limited (JSE: GFI). SLM operates the Beta Hunt Mine by virtue of a sub-lease agreement with Gold Fields Limited.

The Kambalda mining district in Western Australia is a long-established major mining centre with excellent existing infrastructure, a skilled local workforce, and nickel and gold processing mills nearby. Beta Hunt was originally a core WMC (Western Mining Co) asset discovered in 1966, producing 153,500 tonnes of nickel metal up to 1998. It was sold to Gold Fields Limited in 2001. In 2003, Reliance Mining acquired nickel rights for A$11.7M, developed an operation, and was acquired by Consolidated Minerals for A$76.5M in 2005. Consolidated Minerals placed the mine on care and maintenance at the end of 2008.

The Beta Hunt Mine was acquired by SLM in 2013 for A$10M after securing gold mining rights from Gold Fields Limited. The mine began producing nickel in 2014 and began gold production in November 2015. Currently, RNC is ramping up gold production and nickel production was curtailed in the third quarter of 2018.

The Beta Hunt mine is situated within the central portion of the Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt in a sequence of mafic/ultramafic and felsic rocks on the southwest flank of the Kambalda Dome. Nickel mineralization is hosted mainly by talc-carbonate and serpentine altered ultramafic rocks and is typically pyrrhotite-pentlandite-pyrite+- chalcopyrite. Gold mineralization occurs mainly in the Lunnon Basalt, which is the footwall to the nickel-bearing ultramafics, and is characterized by intense albite, carbonate and chlorite alteration, with a halo of biotite/pyrite alteration.

Beta Hunt is owner operated using conventional underground mining methods. All processing is conducted under tolling contracts with local processing plants.
Broadmeadow Coal Mine is a punch longwall operation situated 30 kilometres north of Moranbah in Queensland's Bowen Basin. Broadmeadow is operated as part of the Goonyella Riverside mine complex and produces high quality metallurgical coal. In 2013, operations ... Morecommenced in the Broadmeadow Life Extension Project area (ML1763) and an application was made to extend three of the longwall panels eastwards into the Red Hill lease area (MLA70421).
Taking its name from the sheep and cattle station where it was found, the Cannington deposit in North West Queensland, is the world's largest producer of silver and lead. The deposit was first discovered as an anomaly in an aerial survey of the region, ... Morenearly 30 years ago. A lot has happened since then. Production at the mine has been underway for 20 years and it now produces seven per cent of the world's lead and six per cent of the world's silver.
Grasstree Coal Mine is an underground coal mine located near the town of Middlemount, 200 kilometres north west of Rockhampton, in Central Queensland's Bowen Basin. The Grasstree mine is owned and operated by Capcoal which is, in turn, owned by Anglo ... MoreAmerican and Mitsu Coal Holdings Australia.

Grasstree Coal Mine extracts high quality hard coking coal from the Permian-aged German Creek Formation via longwall mining operations.
Grosvenor Coal Mine is an underground mine located approximately 190 km southwest of Mackay in Central Queensland's Bowen Basin. Owned and operated by Anglo American, Grosvenor uses the longwall mining method to mine the Goonyella Middle Seam from the ... MorePermian-aged Moranbah Coal Measures.
Oaky Creek Coal Mine is located between the mining towns of Tieri and Middlemount in Central Queensland. The mine has two underground operations and a coal preparation plant. The underground operations are modern, state-of-the art longwall operations ... Morewith associated development works.

Oaky Creek Coal produces two premium quality, medium volatile coking coals, one of the most sought after Bowen Basin coking coals. Coal is exported through eastern seaports in Mackay and Gladstone to Japan, Asia, Europe, North Africa and South America.

The Oaky Creek Coal mining operation commenced open cut dragline operations in 1982 with saleable coal being produced in December 1983. Underground mining commenced in July 1989 with longwall operations established at Oaky No. 1 Mine in 1990. Development work for a second underground longwall mine commenced at Oaky North Mine in 1995 and longwall coal was first produced in February 1999. Open cut operations ceased in December 2006.

Oaky Creek Coal is a joint venture between Glencore (55%), Sumisho Coal Australia P/L (25%), Itochu Coal Resources Australia P/L (10%) and ICRA OC P/L (10%).
Olympic Dam Mine is a large polymetallic underground mine located approximately 550 km north-northwest of Adelaide in South Australia, Australia. Owned and operated by BHP Billiton since 2005, Olympic Dam Mine produces copper, uranium oxide, gold and ... Moresilver. 
Prominent Hill is a copper-gold mining operation in northern South Australia that is solely owned by OZ Minerals (ASX: OZL). The asset comprises: Open pit mine (Malu) - which concluded operations in Q1 2018 ... More

Underground mine (Ankata and Malu mine areas)

Conventional crushing, grinding and flotation Processing Plant

Prominent Hill produces one of the highest grades of copper concentrate traded on the open market.

Located in one of the world’s most mining-friendly locations, Prominent Hill possesses highly competitive fundamentals. It is a large copper-gold resource, it is high grade, the ore is processed using conventional methods and there are significant opportunities for organic growth.

Prominent Hill first came on stream in 2009 and now produces over 100,000 tonnes of copper every year.

The operation is a fly-in fly-out (FIFO) site that employs approximately 900 employees and contractors.