Red Eagle grapples with ground conditions at San Ramon

Canadian Mining

Red Eagle Mining (TSX: R; US-OTC: RDEMF) announced first gold at its San Ramon underground gold mine in Colombia in late 2016, but ramp-up at the operation hasn’t exactly been going according to plan.

The company has been struggling with “geotechnical issues with ground stability” in the mineralized shear zone that have forced it to suspend mining activities and re-think its methods.

Red Eagle spent nearly US$70 million building a 1,200-tonnes-per-day operation that it had hoped would be generating free cash flow by the second quarter. read more at The Northern Miner

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