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Marlin.

Marlin has been in production since late 2005, operating as both an open pit and underground mine. Open pit operations ceased in early 2012 as the final, higher-grade portion of the open pit was mined, and the mine is now an underground operation only with closure expected in 2017.

For Operational and Financial information please access our Interactive Analyst Centre

For Reserves and Resources information, please access the Annual information in our Interactive Analyst Centre

The Story of Marlin

KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Red Lake, Ontario
Mining type Longhole, Underhand and
Overhand Cut and Fill
Processing method Cyanidation
Power demand 38 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 1,850 tpd
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Timmins, Ontario
Mining type Underground
and Stockpiles
Processing method Milling with Gravity
and CIP Recovery
Power demand
27 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 12,000 tpd
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Opapamiskan Lake, Ontario
Mining type Underground
Processing method CIP
Power demand 25 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 4,500 tpd
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Humboldt County,
Nevada
Estimated mine life (reserves) 16 years
Mining type Open Pit
Processing method Heap Leach
Power demand 4 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 33,000 tpd
2015 gold production estimate n/a
GOLD RESERVES
(as of December 31, 2012)   
Proven (oz) 510,000
Probable (oz) 2,770,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 3,280,000

* Due to rounding, numbers may not add up.

KEY FACTS SUMMARY 2013A 2012A 2011A
Operating data      
Gold produced (oz) 107,500 96,300 102,500
Gold sold (oz) 107,700 96,000 103,700
Ore milled/processed (t) 10,233,000 7,989,800 8,596,400
Gold grade (g/t) 0.37 0.55 0.58
Gold recovery (%) 73% 73% 73%
All-in sustaining costs (US$/oz) $1,503 $1,282 N/A
Realized gold price (US$/oz) $1,404 $1,66 $1,573
Throughput (tpd) 42,050 33,290 35,820
Mining costs per tonne mined (US$/t moved) $1.92 $1.77 $1.83
Processing costs per tonne leached (US$/t milled) $1.09 $1.36 $1.02
       
Financial data (US$ millions)      
Revenues $151 $160 $163
Depreciation and depletion $21 $17 $19
Earnings from operations $(101) $67 $61
Expenditures on mining interests $62 $45 $25
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Lead, South Dakota
Mining type Open Pit
Processing method Heap Leach
Power demand 2 MW
2015 gold production estimate 85,000 - 90,000oz
GOLD RESERVES
(as if December 31, 2013)   
Proven (oz) 340,000
Probable (oz) 220,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 560,000

* Due to rounding, numbers may not add up.

KEY FACTS SUMMARY 2013A 2012A 2011A
Operating data      
Gold produced (oz) 56,200 68,100 67,500
Gold sold (oz) 55,500 71,000 64,800
Ore milled/processed (t) 3,158,400 3,185,500 2,890,500
Gold grade (g/t) 0.72 0.77 0.90
Gold recovery (%) 80% 78% 76%
All-in sustaining costs (US$/oz) $1,165 $879 N/A
Realized gold price (US$/oz) $1,383 $1,658 $1,578
Throughput (tpd) 8,650 8,850 8,030
Mining, crushing, pad loading costs per tonne mined (US$/t moved) $3.19 $2.64 $2.72
Leach costs per tonne crushed (US$/t milled) $1.78 $1.50 $1.78
       
Financial data (US$ millions)      
Revenues $78 $125 $109
Depreciation and depletion $4 $3 $3
Earnings from operations $22 $67 $58
Expenditures on mining interests $11 $8 $16
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Guatemala
Mining type Open Pit and
Underground
Processing method Crushing, Grinding
and Cyanide Milling
Power demand 17 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 6,000 tpd
OPERATING STATISTICS 2005
(actual)
2006
(actual)
2007
(actual)
San Martin      
Ore mined tonnes (000's) 5,200 4,022 2,599
Ore Processed tonnes(000's) 5,198 4,023 2,975
Grade Au g/t 0.68 0.78 0.77
Total Recovery Au % 59% 55% 53%
Total Production Au oz 81,500 59,600 45,300
Total Cash Costs US$/oz $294 $350 $479
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Zacatecas, Mexico
Mining type Open Pit
Processing method Flotation
and Grinding
Power demand 147 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 130,000 tpd

 

KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Mezcala, Guerrero, Mexico
Mining type Open Pit
and Underground
Processing method Static Heap
Leaching (Cyanide)
Power demand 13 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 70,000 tpd
GOLD AND SILVER RESERVES
(as of June 30, 2016) 
Gold reserves
Proven (oz) 580,000
Probable (oz) 860,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 1,430,000
   
Silver reserves  
Proven (oz) 3,480,000
Probable (oz) 4,350,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 7,830,000

* Due to rounding, numbers may not add up.

KEY FACTS SUMMARY 2015A 2014A 2013A
Operating data      
Gold produced (oz) 272,900 258,700 332,400
Gold sold (oz) 270,700 257,500 325,900
Ore milled/processed (t) 18,606,700 23,264,300 27,682,200
Gold grade (g/t) 0.76 0.67 0.70
Gold recovery (%) 58% 49% 49%
All-in sustaining costs (US$/oz) $1,488 $993 $1,002
Realized gold price (US$/oz) $1,160 $1,265 $1,396
Throughput (tpd) 50,980 63,740 77,020
Mining costs per tonne mined [open pit]  underground (US$/t moved) [$1.60] [$1.73]/$87 [$1.73]/$102
Processing costs per tonne milled (US$/t milled) $4.40 $2.32 $2.42
       
Financial data (US$ millions)      
Revenues $315 $326 $457
Depreciation and depletion $107 $63 $62
Earnings (loss) from operations ($892) $57 $189
Expenditures on mining interests $38 $51 $112
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Cerro Negro, Argentina
Mining type Underground
Processing method
Power demand  
Milling/Processing capacity 4,000 tpd
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Pueblo Viejo, Dominican Republic
Mining type Longhole, Underhand and
Overhand Cut and Fill
Processing method Cyanidation
Power demand 38 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 3,100 tpd
GOLD RESERVES
(as of December 31, 2015)  
Proven (oz) 510,000
Probable (oz) 1,570,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 2,080,000

* Due to rounding, numbers may not add up.

KEY FACTS SUMMARY 2015A 2014A 2013A
Operating data      
Gold produced (oz) 375,700 414,400 493,000
Gold sold (oz) 365,900 418,300 487,300
Ore milled/processed (t) 645,800 684,100 768,900
Gold grade (g/t) 18.44 19.47 20.33
Gold recovery (%) 96% 96% 95%
All-in sustaining costs (US$/oz) $906 $934 $880
Realized gold price (US$/oz) $1,163 $1,262 $1,400
Throughput (tpd) 1,770 1,870 2,160
Mining costs per tonne mined (US$/t moved) $198 $217 $233
Processing costs per tonne milled (US$/t milled) $49 $48 $47
       
Financial data (US$ millions)      
Revenues $427 $529 $684
Depreciation and depletion $123 $116 $107
Earnings (loss) from operations ($1,132) $168 $309
Expenditures on mining interests $174 $233 $233
KEY OPERATIONAL FACTS
Location Eleonore, Quebec
Mining type Longhole, Underhand and
Overhand Cut and Fill
Processing method Cyanidation
Power demand 38 MW
Milling/Processing capacity 3,100 tpd
GOLD RESERVES
(as of December 31, 2015)  
Proven (oz) 510,000
Probable (oz) 1,570,000
Proven and Probable (oz)* 2,080,000

* Due to rounding, numbers may not add up.

KEY FACTS SUMMARY 2015A 2014A 2013A
Operating data      
Gold produced (oz) 375,700 414,400 493,000
Gold sold (oz) 365,900 418,300 487,300
Ore milled/processed (t) 645,800 684,100 768,900
Gold grade (g/t) 18.44 19.47 20.33
Gold recovery (%) 96% 96% 95%
All-in sustaining costs (US$/oz) $906 $934 $880
Realized gold price (US$/oz) $1,163 $1,262 $1,400
Throughput (tpd) 1,770 1,870 2,160
Mining costs per tonne mined (US$/t moved) $198 $217 $233
Processing costs per tonne milled (US$/t milled) $49 $48 $47
       
Financial data (US$ millions)      
Revenues $427 $529 $684
Depreciation and depletion $123 $116 $107
Earnings (loss) from operations ($1,132) $168 $309
Expenditures on mining interests $174 $233 $233