MML

Medusa Mining (MML)

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MML

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Medusa Mining (MML) produces Gold (Au) from the Co-O mine in the Philippines, where it is also actively exploring for new Gold-Copper (Au-Cu) deposits. MML is debt-free. Total resources are 2.03Moz, with 1.0Moz @ 14.9g/t of Probable Reserves at the Co-O mine. The treatment plant is being expanded to 1,000t per day. Phase 2 expansion is designed to increase production from 60,000 to 100,000ozpa by 1QCY10. Ore will come from the Co-O mine. Exploration is increasing the resource base and defining new projects.

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