Steppe Gold: Mongolia’s Premier Precious Metals Company

Steppe Gold
Published on: March 16, 2022
Author: Editor

Steppe Gold Limited (TSX: STGO; OTCQX: STPGF; FSE: 2J9) is back for our CEO Interview series after its first appearance 14 months ago. Within this year, gold prices have been up and down, and it has gone up to around 16% from last December to this March. Steppe Gold’s low-cost gold production provides good leverage to this rising gold price environment. The company provides great exposure for investors who have interests in the gold market.

We invited Steppe Gold’s Executive VP, Aneel Waraich back to our interview again this time to learn about any new update of Steppe Gold. Does steppe gold have enough capital for its ATO mine phase 2 expansion? Is Steppe Gold’s production back on track? How will Steppe Gold achieve to produce 100000 gold per year? And what’s the timeline? What kind of catalysts will investors expect to see in the next 12 – 18 months? Watch this CEO interview to learn more about Steppe Gold’s plans and opportunities.

About Steppe Gold Limited (TSX: STGO; OTCQX: STPGF; FSE: 2J9)

Steppe Gold is Mongolia’s premier precious metals company and is projected to produce over 100k ounces of gold from the current operational oxide zone of ATO Gold Mine in 2022 and 2023. The Company also completed a feasibility study into expansion of the ATO Gold Mine to approximately 100,000 ounces of gold per annum from the development of underlying fresh rock ores.

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