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Kensington, Alaska


The Kensington underground gold mine and associated milling facilities are located on the east side of the Lynn Canal about 45 miles north-northwest of Juneau, Alaska. The Company controls 100% of the mine through Coeur Alaska. The mine is accessed by a horizontal tunnel and utilizes conventional and mechanized underground mining methods. Ore is processed in a flotation mill that produces a concentrate that is sold to third party smelters. Waste material is deposited in an impoundment facility on the property. Power is supplied by on-site diesel generators. Access to the mine is by either a combination of road vehicles, boat, helicopter, floatplane, or by boat direct from Juneau.

Facts and Figures

Stage: Production
Location: Juneau, Alaska (Southeast Alaska)
Type: Underground Mine
Metals: Gold
Product: Gold Concentrate
Ownership: 100%
Land position: 12,336 net acres
2017 Production: 115,094 oz Au
2017 Proven and probable reserves1: 530,000 oz Au 
2017 Measured and indicated resources1: 780,000 oz Au
2017 Inferred resources1: 399,000 oz Au
Employees 367


View Kensington's most recent technical report here.


Please see Reserves and Resources statement

Effective Date: December 31, 2017