Trans-Siberian Gold plc
Gold production at the Company's Asacha mine commenced in September 2011
Established in 2000 with the objective of acquiring and developing a portfolio of quality gold mining assets in Russia, Trans-Siberian Gold plc (TSG) is a UK-based resources company which listed on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in November 2003. TSG has focused on acquiring full ownership of its projects rather than joint venturing with a local partner. The Group employs Russian management and staff at the Asacha mine.
Following the disposal of Veduga and Bogunay in June 2007, TSG's activities are now focused on the Kamchatka peninsula in Far East Russia where its Asacha property contains approximately 800,000 oz. of gold and about 1.9 million oz. of silver in total mineral resources calculated to JORC standards as at 31 December 2014. There is upside potential at the property.
Development mining at Asacha commenced in 2009 and by the end of November 2010 more than 58,000 tonnes of ore had been mined and stockpiled. Gold production commenced in September 2011. Production of 7,800 ounces of gold was achieved in 2011, 27,900 ounces in 2012, 29,600 ounces in 2013 and 36,500 ounces in 2014.
2014 annual report PDF (1.4Mb)
2015 AGM presentation PPT (730Kb)
Latest News13/07/15 - Asacha production update
29/06/15 - Result of Annual General Meeting
29/06/15 - Asacha mining and production update
08/06/15 - 2014 Final Results and Notice of AGM
17/04/15 - Asacha mining and production update
26/01/15 - Asacha mining and production update
20/10/14 - Asacha mining and production update
30/09/14 - Interim Results for the half year ended 30/6/2014
11/09/14 - Production Update & Rodnikova Licence Termination
17/07/14 - Asacha mining and production update