Articles Tagged "TSX:TV"

Trevali’s Santander Mine Exceeds 2014 Guidance

Zinc – Trevali Mining Corporation (TSX:TV) has released preliminary production results for its fourth quarter helping boost production at Santander over the company's modified production guidance for the year. Fourth quarter production resulted in 11.2 million payable pounds of zinc, 7.1 million payable pounds of lead and 241,600 payable ounces of silver. Full-year 2014 Santander production was approximately 50.4 million payable pounds of zinc, 23.3 million payable pounds of lead and 914,600 payable ounces of silver.

Century Mine Closure to Leave a Hole for New Zinc Producers

Zinc – The absence of MMG's Century mine will exacerbate the current zinc deficit. With that deficit will come a higher zinc price and more opportunities for junior and mid-tier miners to grab a piece of the zinc pie.

Trevali Mining Provides Update on Caribou Restart

Zinc – Trevali Mining Corporation (TSX:TV) provided an update on construction and mine re-start activities at its Caribou polymetallic mine and mill complex in New Brunswick. The new SAG mill major components have been installed and the mill will be commissioned in the first quarter of next year. The company also provided an update on exploration work at the property.

Zinc Outlook 2015: ‘Crunch Time’ is Coming

Zinc – Zinc Investing News spoke to a variety of zinc market participants to get an overview of what happened to the metal in 2014 and what may be in store for it in 2015. Read on to find out what they said.

Trevali Mining Drills 6.2 Meters of 7.72 Percent Zinc, 3.29 Percent Lead, 0.5 Percent Copper

Silver – Trevali Mining (TSX:TV) provided an update on drilling at its Stratmat zinc-lead-copper-silver-gold deposit in the Bathurst Mining Camp of New Brunswick, where drilling continues to expand the resource at the project. Highlights from drilling included 6.2 metres of 7.72 percent zinc, 3.29 percent lead and 0.5 percent copper, 5 metres of 3.58 percent copper and 0.68 grams per tonne of gold, and 3.6 metres of 16.74 percent zinc, 5.86 lead, 115.6 grams per tonne of silver and 1.31 grams per tonne of gold.