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Nevera Gold Mine to resume development after a period of planning and optimisation

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Global Mining Review,

Crater Gold Mining Limited has announced that has resumed technical work on the development of Nevera Gold Mine, in order to stay in line with its outlined strategy.

The mine, based at the Crater Mountain Gold Project, has been staffed with newly proposed directors and managers, as well as technical consultants in order to finalise mine plans.

CGN has retained has held on to their assistant company, Mining Associates Ltd, to confirm various parametres and serve as a third-party to the revised mine plan. The company will work with Mining Associates Ltd to identify issues with gold grade in excess of 10g/t, as well as confirm the company’s recommended mining method is adequate, along with the design of horizontal and vertical development, to most efficiently mine gold.

Minmet Services Pty Ltd has also been asked to assist with metallurgy for restart of Nevera Gold Mine processing operations. Minmet will complete metallurgical tests and analysis to confirm if operating plans will allow a successful, but they will also look for areas of optimisation in the work place. Samples of processed ore will be tested by Minmet to see if they fit with the plant’s operating conditions.

The planning and optimisation work will be undertaken in parallel with development at the Nevera Gold Mine. The Company has started preparing for such work and anticipates development resuming shortly, perhaps in a matter of weeks.

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