RG Processing, RG Gold’s sister company, is engaged in the realization of a large-scale construction project of a primary gold ore processing complex in the Akmola Region with an annual capacity of 5.0 M tons of ore.
Construction of the Carbon-In-Pulp (CIP) Plant includes implementation of a range of other projects such as
High-voltage power line
A high-voltage power line 220 kV with a length of 70 km, which will connect the Makinskaya electric power substation (Bulandynskiy District) with the Raygorodok production area and which will enable to provide the future CIP Plant with adequate power supply
Network of water conduits
A network of water conduits with a total length of approximately 30 km for provision of the future plant with process water
An 80 M m3 tailings storage facility
General and mining infrastructural facilities, including a rotation camp, fire station, maintenance and repair shops, field mining equipment technical support facilities, warehouses and a petrol station.
bn kzt (excluding VAT)
mln tons of ore per year
Investments into this project exceed 100 bn kzt (excluding VAT), which makes it one of the largest in Kazakhstan. This is why, the Kazakhstan’s Government included RG Gold’s CIP plant construction in the Republican Map of Industrial Development, which emphasizes direct state support.
This complex will be implemented within a short time and in accordance with the highest international standards, which will make its operations safe and efficient.
The quality and safety of all materials are key criteria used in the selection of equipment and other elements. The initial preparations of design documentation were performed by the Australian engineering company Ausenco, which is a global leader in designing of gold-processing plants. We are proud we partner with globally recognized leaders in their respective fields, such as Metso Outotec and Thyssenkrupp.