PanTerra Gold (ASX: PGI) has brought its production back on trend to achieve previous guidance of 435,000 ounces of gold and 3,955,000 ounces of silver over 6.5 years at its Las Lagunas gold-silver project in the Dominican Republic.
The value of doré produced in the week ending Friday 1 November 2013 since the rectification of faulty welds to the Albion agitators is about $1 million.
Notably, the company can now continue with process plant optimisation.
The Las Lagunas project had produced 181,746 tonnes at 3.47g/t gold and 38.05 g/t silver in the September 2013 quarter and shipped 5,761 gold ounces and 50,454 silver ounces (6,602 oz AuEq).
It involves reprocessing 5.137 million tonnes of high grade refractory tailings at 3.8g/t gold and 38.6g/t silver from the Pueblo Viejo mine.
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