Kinross greenlights Interior Alaska mine trucking plan, while state slow rolls transportation analysis


That the Kinross feasibility study says the “high-grade, low-cost” Tetlin project should proceed is no surprise, given the push by Kinross and the billions at stake.

The owners expect to make $800 per ounce of gold, with the trucks starting to run 24 hours a day in two years, hauling about 10 million pounds a day.

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