First gold production is to proceed despite pandemic

Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia) Ltd, a subsidiary of Australia-listed Emerald Resources NL, has reiterated that its first gold production will go as planned despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

Chhut Bunthoeun

Further gold production on horizon for Cambodia

Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia) Ltd, a subsidiary of Australia-listed Emerald Resources NL, said it has raised more funds during the first quarter of the year, with more development activities towards gold production next year. ...

Chhut Bunthoeun

Gold production to begin this year, Ministry says

The Ministry of Mines and Energy yesterday said two mining firms will begin producing gold in upcoming months. Peng Navuth, under-secretary of state at the ministry, said Indian-owned Mesco Gold will begin extracting this year, while Australia’s Renaissance Minerals is likely to begin in 2020. Mr ...

Chea Vannak

Angkor finds gold-in-soil anomaly

Angkor Gold Corp reported the discovery of a new gold-in-soil anomaly at Angkor’s Koan Nheak license in Cambodia, according to the company’s statement released last week. The anomaly extends over 700 metres from north to south, and up to 300 metres east to west. ...

Sum Manet

Australian firm gets mining license for Mondulkiri

The Ministry of Mines and Energy has granted a mining license to Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia), a subsidiary of Australia-based Emerald Resources NL, to extract gold in Mondulkiri province.​ ...

Chea Vannak

Four large companies bag mining licences

The Ministry of Mines and Energy has issued licences to four mining companies to extract minerals and precious metals in four provinces, according to a statement issued by the ministry. The four companies – Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia) Ltd., Kiri Resources Co. Ltd., Samnang Angkor Development Co. ...

Sum Manet

PFS lowers capital cost estimates for Renaissance’s Cambodia gold project

The PFS estimated that the project would require capital investment of $120-million, which was down from the $133-million estimated in the 2014 scoping study, while life-of-mine cash costs also decreased from the $735/oz estimated in the scoping study, to $684/oz. ...

Esmarie Swanepoel

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