Our most remote mine site, Cerro Negro sits 600 metres above sea level on the low Patagonian plains in southern Argentina. It’s a six hour drive southwest from Comodoro Rivadavia, itself a two and a half hour flight south of Buenos Aires.
Cerro Negro’s first gold pour was on July 25, 2014, and it achieved commercial production on January 1, 2015. The extensive complex includes five high grade underground mines (Eureka, Mariana Central, Mariana Norte, San Marcos, Bajo Negro), one open pit mine (Vein Zone) and one cyanide leach processing facility that yields gold recoveries of 96%. Ore is mined from Eureka and Mariana Central.
Cerro Negro Contact
Av. San Martin 1207-Z9040 Perito Moreno, Santa Cruz Argentina
t: +54 2963 432464
f: +54 2963 432696
Av. Leonardo N. Alem 855-Piso 27 C1001 AAD, Buenos Aires Argentina
t: +54 11 42337000