The Rochester mine and associated heap leach facilities is an open pit silver and gold mine, located in Pershing County, Nevada, approximately 13 miles northeast of the city of Lovelock. The Company owns 100% of the Rochester mine through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Coeur Rochester, Inc..The mine consists of the main Rochester deposit and the adjacent Nevada Packard deposit, southwest of the Rochester mine.
The Rochester mine is fully supported with electricity, supplied by a local power company on its public grid, telephone and radio communications, production water wells, and processing, maintenance, warehouse and office facilities. Ore is mined using conventional open pit methods, with gold and silver recovered by heap leaching of crushed open-pit ore placed on pads located within the Rochester mining area.
|Location:||Near Lovelock (West-Central Nevada, USA)|
|Type:||Open-Pit & Heap Leach|
|Metals:||Silver and Gold|
|Land position:||16,354 net acres|
|2017 Production:||4.7M oz Ag and 51,051 oz Au|
|2017 Proven and probable reserves1:||117.6M oz Ag and 758,000 oz Au|
|2017 Measured and indicated resources1:||65.6M oz Ag and 422,000 oz Au|
|2017 Inferred resources1:||55.4M oz Ag and 275,000 oz Au|
View Rochester's most recent technical report here.
Please see Reserves and Resources statement
Effective Date: December 31, 2017
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