Centamin Egypt Limited
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Centamin Egypt Limited

January 31, 2008 08:23 ET

Centamin Egypt Limited Reports on Activities in the Quarter Ended December 30, 2007

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 31, 2008) - Centamin Egypt Limited ("Centamin" or "the Company") (TSX:CEE)(ASX:CNT)(AIM:CEY)is providing the following report on its activities in the quarter ended December 31, 2007.

Highlights

- Sukari mineral resource upgraded to 7.46 million ounces of gold Measured and Indicated, and 3.7 million ounces of gold Inferred at 0.5 g/t cut off grade

- Measured and Indicated resources account for 67% of the total resource

- An increase of 0.62 Moz Measured and Indicated ounces and 0.04 Moz Inferred ounces above the mineral resource announced in September 2007

- Amun Deeps discovery continues to add significant high grade ounces

- New high grade structure discovered below Hapi zone

- 25,195.86m of drilling completed during the quarter

- Initial regional exploration drilling at Kurdeman returned significant assay results

- Grade control drilling continues

- Initial mining fleet commissioned

- Blast hole drilling commences

- Delivery of Process Plant from Bolivia to Sukari site completed

- Delivery of 28MW Power Plant from Turkey to Sukari site completed

- Completion of C$134.4m equity raising

- Significant intersections received for the quarter include:



Amun Deeps (9900N - 10700N)

- RCD1221 - 22m @ 21.83g/t Au
- RCD1224 - 10.3m @ 36.09g/t Au
- RCD1225 - 83m @ 1.95g/t Au
- RCD1228 - 61m @ 4.35g/t Au
- RCD1263 - 65m @ 3.96g/t Au
- RCD1264 - 30m @ 2.69g/t Au
- D1271 - 42m @ 2.75g/t Au
- RCD1279 - 2m @ 59.77g/t Au from 629m

Ra - Gazelle (10700N - 11200N)

- D1240 - 58m @ 4.32g/t Au and 43m @ 5.01g/t
- D1251 - 18m @ 3.30g/t Au
- D1281 - 123m @ 1.86g/t Au



RESOURCE ESTIMATION AND DRILLING PROGRAMME

In the December quarter, the Sukari Mineral Resource was upgraded to 7.46 Moz Measured and Indicated, plus 3.7 Moz Inferred at a 0.5g/t cut off grade. The Measured and Indicated Mineral Resource has increased by 0.62 Moz and by 9% to 7.46 Moz, from 6.84 Moz (20 September 2007) showing the effectiveness of the infill drilling programme (Table 1). Measured and Indicated resources account for 67% of total resource. The majority of the resource growth occurred within the Amun Deeps and Ra - Gazelle Zones, both testing the Hapi Zone and parallel mineralized structures.



Table 1 - December 2007 Resource Calculation

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Total
Measured Indicated (Measured + Indicated) Inferred
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Cut-off Mt g/t Mt g/t Mt g/t Moz Mt g/t Moz
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0.5 60.10 1.41 99.87 1.48 159.96 1.45 7.46 64.0 1.8 3.7
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0.7 43.01 1.73 72.25 1.81 115.26 1.78 6.61 47.6 2.2 3.3
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1.0 27.66 2.22 47.20 2.33 74.86 2.29 5.52 32.9 2.8 2.9
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Note to Table: Figures in table may not add correctly due to rounding


To view Figure 1 - Resource growth at Sukari from April 1997 to December 2007, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG1.pdf.

The resources are estimates of recoverable tonnes and grades using Multiple Indicator Kriging ("MIK") with block support correction. Typically, Measured resources lie in areas where drilling is available at a nominal 25 x 25 metre spacing, Indicated resources occur in areas drilled at approximately 25 x 50 metre spacing and Inferred resources exist in areas of broader spaced drilling. The resource model extends from 9700mN to 12200mN and to an approximate depth of 350mRL (approximately a maximum depth of 950 metres below the crest of the Sukari hill) and is based on all assay data available (117,774 two metre down hole composites and surface rock chip samples) at 12 December 2007.

DRILLING PROGRAMME

The drilling programme during the quarter was concentrated in the Amun Deeps area. This resulted in added resource ounces down dip of the current geological data, infilling resource block and geological data gaps at and beneath the pit margins and increased the understanding of the mineralization trends. Strong zones of mineralization were intersected relating to the high grade Hapi Zone and deeper parallel structures. As mineralisation remains open, drilling will continue in this area.

In the Ra-Gazelle Zone drilling tested open zones along the Hapi Zone structure with several high grade intersections returned, this zone is not fully tested to the north and there is further potential to add significant resources along strike and at depth. Studies commenced of the underground mining potential on the Hapi Zone structure.

Amun Deeps (9900 - 10700N)

The Amun Deeps system has been intersected over 700m along strike from 9950N, drilling continues to define the extent of the mineralization. Several holes returned strong assays over significant widths (Table 2); most have visible gold in the high grade Hapi Zone quartz veins, strongly disrupted geological contacts and areas of higher intensity arsenopyrite and pyrite mineralisation.

To view Figure 2 - Long section of Sukari showing the high grade mineralized structures (Main and Hapi Zone) and highlighting the drill intercepts through the Amun Deeps, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG2.pdf.

High grade gold assay results were returned for RCD1221, the hole was drilled as a step-out hole to test the down dip extension of the porphyry in the Amun zone on northing 10525N (Figure 3). This hole intersected a high grade zone of 22m @ 21.83g/t Au from 549m, containing a higher grade zone of 8m @ 58.58g/t Au from 559m. The intersection is a high grade structure parallel to and below the Hapi Zone. This deeper structure correlates to 6m @ 15.21g/t Au in hole RCD521 from 542m, 25m north on 10550N and an adjacent extremely high grade looking zone containing visible gold and sulphide, intersected in hole RCD1280 (assay results are awaited) (Figure 4).

To view Figure 3 - Geological Section 10500N and hole D1221, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG3.pdf.

To view Figure 4 - D1280 558 - 559m; massive milky quartz vein, gold veinlets and galena, zone beneath Hapi Zone, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG4.pdf.

Hole RCD1279, a further 100m north on 10650N, intersected, mineralised porphyry with quartz veins containing several visible gold grains in a similar zone at depth intersected 2m @ 59.77g/t from 629m. This is consistent with the continuity along strike of the high grade Amun Deeps mineralization and the possible presence of another significant high grade structure beneath the Hapi Zone.

At the southern end of the Amun Deeps Zone hole RCD1263 on section 10050N intersected a thick high grade zone (65m @ 3.96g/t Au from 283m) correlating well with adjacent hole RCD1189. The zone contained several narrow, high grade quartz vein/shears including 1m @ 147g/t Au from 347m.

On section 10125N RCD1225 intersected an 80m wide zone of porphyry as predicted by the model, 83m @ 1.95g/t Au from the hangingwall (HW) contact at 366m with the expected higher grade zones at the HW and footwall (FW) contact zones. The HW contact Hapi Zone returned 3m @ 15.83g/t Au from 380m.

RCD1228 on section 10275N intersected very strong mineralised Hapi Zone, with multiple specs of visible gold from 323 - 327m (2m @ 103.2g/t from 324m). Overall porphyry mineralisation returned 61m @ 4.35g/t from the HW contact at 298m, also intersected a very high grade zone of 4m @ 36.62g/t Au from 434m, in a block of porphyry in the FW.

Ra - Gazelle Zone - 10700N - 11200N

Results from infill holes all returned with significant mineralisation D1251 on 11050N infilling the Hapi and lower zones intersected 18m @ 3.30g/t from 661m. D1281 on 11150N hit some very high grades around the predicted Hapi Zone area, within a massive zone of 123m @ 1.86g/t Au. This hole also successfully infilled a zone with high grade blocks in the resource model (Figure 5). D1240 on section 11200N intersected several high grade zones, particularly the near footwall contact up-dip part of the Hapi zone of 58m @ 4.32g/t Au from 462m. There exists further potential to add resource ounces to the north in this area.

To view Figure 5 - Geological Section 11150N, high grade thick zone in D1281, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG5.pdf.

REGIONAL EXPLORATION

Regional and near mine exploration continued, drilling at Kurdeman and Sami South intersected high grade and anomalous gold mineralization results respectively. Follow up drilling, detailed mapping and sampling continued at Sukari North, Sami South and Kurdeman (Figure 6).

To view Figure 6 - Regional map of prospects and the current 160km2 licence area, please visit the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/CEE_FIG6.pdf.

Kurdeman

The initial 5 hole drill program (KRC001 to KRC005) at the Kurdeman prospect intersected the targeted quartz vein-shear zone, which was worked by ancient and colonial miners, hosted in felsic to intermediate volcanic and intrusive rocks. The high grade gold mineralisation intersected is associated with smoky grey quartz veins and sulphides. Hole KRC002 returned a high grade intercept of downhole thickness 9m @ 9.29g/t Au from 27m, including 2m @ 32.2g/t Au from 32m in the smoky quartz vein. The shallow high grade interval was in a wider 30m zone of Au anomalous, hydrothermally altered and sheared felsic to intermediate rock.

Hole KRC005, drilled 140m south along strike of KRC002, intersected similar zones involving smoky, massive quartz veining in sheared and altered felsic rocks. Two high grade zones were returned, 3m @ 4.56g/t Au from 18m (including 1m @ 8.54g/t from 19m) and 2m @ 11.92g/t from 26m, with a similar halo of mineralisation in altered and sheared rock. The intersections are open along strike and down dip.

Follow up holes, detailed geological mapping and sampling are in progress to assess the depth, thickness, strike and nature of the Kurdeman Shear Zone and quartz vein, results are awaited. The area beneath the historical underground workings has yet to be tested.

Sami South

Numerous anomalous gold samples associated with quartz veining, shear zones and alteration in sedimentary and volcanic rocks, were returned from three RC drill holes and surface rock chip samples. The data is currently being assessed.

Sukari North

Detailed geological mapping and rock chip sampling is underway, following up on historic work to fully define the felsic intrusive unit and the weakly mineralised quartz veins. Adjacent to the felsic unit are several thicker (up to 3m), yet short strike length (less than 20m) quartz reefs oriented at right angles to the schistosity and these have minor Ancient workings.

Drill pads will be planned to test the quartz veins and shear zones delineated by the mapping and sampling.

GRADE CONTROL

Grade control drilling continued on available tracks on Sukari Hill within the mine footprint, 5,094m was drilled. Gold mineralisation estimated from grade control modeling corresponds to expected mineralisation in the resource model; assay results highlight shallow easterly and westerly dipping structures.

SUKARI GOLD PROJECT (CONSTRUCTION UPDATE)

The project schedule has been updated to 31 December 2007, covering all phases of the project. Key completion dates are listed below:



Project Go-Ahead Decision Feb 2007 (Completed)
Kori Kollo Plant Arrives Egypt Q4 2007 (Completed)
Project Finance Q4 2007 (Completed)
Construction Camp Q1 2008 (Commenced)
Project Engineering & Design Q2 2008 (Commenced)
Site Works Q2 2008 (Commenced)
Tailings Storage Facility Q2 2008 (Commenced)
Mining Pre-strip Q2 2008
Seawater Pipeline Q3 2008
Commissioning and Production Q4 2008

Progress pictures can be viewed on the Company's website - www.centamin.com.


Kori Kollo Process Plant / Isparta Power Station

On 24 October 2007, the Company announced that both the Kori Kollo processing plant and the Isparta power plant had arrived safely at the Egyptian seaport of Alexandria and their cargoes had been discharged. The dismantling of the Kori Kollo processing facility in Bolivia and the Isparta 28MW power plant in Turkey were completed in September and both sites were closed and signed off. All staff from Bolivia and Turkey have now relocated to Egypt to continue with the reassembly of the plants at Sukari. The Isparta power plant consisted of 24 pieces of break bulk and 56 containers holding more than 900 individual packages. The Kori Kollo processing plant comprised 270 pieces of break bulk and 55 containers.

Trucking of freight to the Sukari site is now complete. This latest development represents an exciting phase for the Company as it takes another step towards the commissioning of the first modern gold mine in Egypt which is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2008.

Project Finance

On 23 November 2007, the Company announced that it had sold on a private basis an aggregate of 112,000,000 special warrants at a price of C$1.20 per special warrant for aggregate gross proceeds of C$134,400,000, which includes the exercise in full by the Underwriters of the Underwriters' option.

The net proceeds of this equity financing are to be applied to fund the continued development of the Sukari gold project, underground development, other exploration and general corporate purposes.

The Sukari Gold Project is 100% fully funded through to gold production currently forecast to be in quarter four this calendar year. As a result the Company no longer needs to pursue debt financing, has no debt, no hedging and at 31 December 2007, had a cash balance of US$226M.

Construction Camp

Completion of the 700 man accommodation facility is nearing finalisation with several of the first accommodation parcels available for occupation during the early part of quarter one. The accommodation facilities are a combination of the traditional dome style bricked facility and conventional demountable style.

Project Engineering and Design

MetPlant Engineering Services Pty Ltd, an Australian-based company have continued with the engineering and design work for the Process Plant.

Site Works

Activities completed and commenced to the end of the quarter are as follows:

- Upgrading of the 10km access road to the Sukari site (completed)

- Establishment of container & mine lay down and security hut complex facilities (completed)

- Temporary maintenance, warehousing and fuelling facilities (completed)

- Bulk earthworks for the plant site (commenced)

- Crushed ore stockpile reclaim tunnel (commenced)

A significant amount of rocky outcrops overlaying the plant site area have been removed through the utilisation of the new mining equipment which has facilitated in the training of owner personnel.

Tailings Storage Facility

Knight Piesold Pty Ltd has been appointed to carry out the design and construction supervision of the Tailings Storage Facility. Design work is forecast to be completed in early the first quarter of 2008 with commencement of earthworks to follow in the same quarter. The bulk earthworks component of the tailings dam will be undertaken by the Company utilising the available capacity of its own mining department and fleet combined with a local contractor.

Mining Pre-strip

Caterpillar, through their Egyptian authorised dealer Mantrac, was selected through a competitive tender as the supplier of haulage trucks, articulated dump trucks, excavators, graders and dozers for the project. The initial mining fleet sufficient to commence mining pre-strip work will largely comprise:



CAT 785C Rear Dump Trucks (5)
CAT 785C Water Truck (1)
O&K RH120E Excavator (1)
CAT D10T Dozers (2)
CAT 14H Grader (1)
CAT 16M Grader (1)
CAT 365 BLME Excavator (1)
CAT 988G Wheel Dozers (2)
H180D Rock Breaker (1)


Atlas Copco has been selected to supply grade control and blast hole drilling equipment. Initial fleet selection comprises:



ROC F9 Pioneer Drill (1)
L8 MKII Production Drill (1)
L8 MKII RC Rig (1)


During the quarter, following assembly and completion test, the Company took possession of the five CAT 785C Rear Dump Trucks, one O&K RH120E Excavator, one CAT 365 BLME Excavator, one CAT D10T Dozer and one CAT 14H Grader. The equipment has been utilised since handover in various site works activity.

Mining pre-strip activity is scheduled to commence in quarter two of 2008.

Seawater Supply System

Tender documents were distributed during the quarter for the Seawater Supply System which will draw in and transport raw seawater, via a staged pumped pipeline, to the Sukari site where it will be processed through a desalination plant for end use as process plant water, mine site dust suppression water and, after secondary processing and treatment for construction camp drinking water.

SUKARI GOLD PROJECT (BACKGROUND)

Centamin is a mineral exploration and development company that has been actively exploring in Egypt since 1995. The principal asset of Centamin is its interest in the Sukari Gold Project, located in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. The Sukari Gold Project is at an advanced stage of development, with construction having commenced in quarter two of 2007 and first gold production expected during the fourth quarter of 2008.

A definitive feasibility study (the "DFS") for the development to commercial production of the Sukari Gold Project was completed in February 2007.

A summary of the findings of the DFS were:

- the DFS concluded that a 4mpta plant producing on average 200,000 ounces per annum, over 15 years of mining, is economically robust; and

- total Capital Construction costs are estimated at US$216m with average cash operating costs of US$290/oz (inclusive of 3% royalty) over the 15 year mining period.

The Sukari Gold Project will be the first large-scale modern gold mine to be developed in Egypt. Centamin's operating experience in Egypt gives it a significant first-mover advantage in acquiring and developing other gold projects in the prospective Arabian-Nubian Shield.

The Sukari Gold Project is hosted by a large, sheeted vein-type and brittle-ductile shear zone hosted gold deposit developed in a granitoid intrusive complex. Gold mineralization is hosted exclusively by a granitoid body of granodiorite - tonalite composition referred to as the Sukari Porphyry. The Company has entered into a Concession Agreement with the Egyptian Government that provides for exploration and exploitation rights at the Sukari Gold Project and whereby the Operating Company, owned 50% by the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Pharaoh Gold Mines NL ("PGM") and 50% by Egyptian Mineral Resource Authority ("EMRA"), has been established. Centamin is entitled to recover all of its exploration, operating and capital costs from operating surpluses of the operating company.

The Sukari Mining Licence covers an area of 160 km2 and is for a period of 30 years, with an option for a further 30 years.

The Sukari Gold Project has been scheduled for open pit mining over an initial 15-year period. During that time 78 Mt ore @ 1.5 g/t Au is expected to be mined, producing 3.7 Moz gold. A further 374 Mt of waste material is also expected to be mined resulting in a waste to ore strip ratio of 4.8:1.

Ore and waste will be mined using conventional open pit mining methods. The operation is planned to utilize selective mining techniques to separate ore and waste. Provision has been made for drilling and blasting all primary and oxide materials. Ore will be hauled to the run of mine pad next to the Processing Plant and either direct tipped to the crusher or stockpiled for future reclaim at the 4 Mtpa Process Plant throughput rate.

Mining will be progressed at an increased rate compared to processing; approximately 5 Mt of ore is expected to be mined and 4 Mt of ore will be processed annually. Operating at an increased mining rate allows the cut off grade for feed to the Plant (referred to as "cutover" grade) to be increased in the early years of the schedule. This in turn increases the metal output and project revenue in these early years, thus increasing the discounted operating surplus cashflow. According to current schedules, the low-grade stockpile produced as a result of applying a cutover grade, will be processed after mining has ceased, extending the current operating life of the project for a further six years. As a result, the average milled grade during the mining period is forecast to be 1.87 g/t Au, compared to 0.66 g/t Au for the low-grade stockpile.

Centamin will own and operate its mining fleet. The production fleet will be based on 380 t class excavators and 150 t class rigid body trucks. At full production, three production fleets, each comprising a single excavator and sharing a maximum of 21 trucks, will be required. The capital cost of the initial mining fleet has been estimated by AMC at US$48.8 million.

The proposed process route entails:

- crushing;

- stockpiling crushed ore;

- grinding;

- flotation of a (bulk sulphide) concentrate containing the precious metals;

- thickening of the concentrate;

- fine milling of the concentrate;

- leaching the precious metals from the concentrate in a dilute cyanide solution;

- adsorbing the precious metals onto activated carbon;

- stripping the precious metals from the carbon;

- recovering the precious metals as gold dore; and

- placing the concentrate tailing in the tailings storage facility.

Tailings from the treatment of weathered oxide ore early in the mining schedule contain too much gold to discard. Hence, the bulk flotation tail is further treated by:

- thickening;

- leaching the precious metals into a dilute cyanide solution;

- adsorbing the precious metals onto activated carbon;

- stripping the precious metals from the carbon;

- recovering the precious metals as gold dore; and

- placing these tailings in the tailings storage facility.

Process water will be drawn from the Red Sea. The seawater will be pumped approximately 25 km to the mine site to satisfy all Process Plant and mining requirements. Most of the seawater will be pumped into a raw water pond located near the Processing Plant, whilst around 500m3/day will be pumped to a Water Treatment Plant for potable and fresh water supplies.

Power will be generated on site by a 28 MW power station, operated on heavy fuel oil. A temporary construction camp facility will be required to cater for approximately 500 construction employees and 20 senior staff. This is being constructed at the Sukari Gold Project site.

On behalf of Centamin Egypt Limited

Josef El-Raghy, Managing Director/CEO

31 January 2008

Information in this report which relates to exploration, geology, sampling and drilling is based on information compiled by geologist Mr R Osman who is a full time employee of the Company, and is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy with more than five years experience in the fields of activity being reported on, and is a 'Competent Person' for this purpose and is a "Qualified Person" as defined in "National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators". His written consent has been received by the Company for this information to be included in this report in the form and context which it appears. The assay samples were analysed by Ultra Trace Pty Ltd, Canning Vale, Western Australia.

The information in this report that relates to mineral resources is based on work completed by Mr Nicolas Johnson, who is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. Mr Johnson is a full time employee of Hellman and Schofield Pty Ltd and has sufficient experience which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a "Competent Person" as defined in the 2004 edition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves" and is a "Qualified Person" as defined in "National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators". Mr Johnson consents to the inclusion in the report of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.

Refer to the Technical Report which was filed in March 2007 for further discussion of the extent to which the estimate of mineral resources/reserves may be materially affected by any known environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant issue.



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HOLE NORTH EAST DIP AZI EOH FROM TO INTERVAL Au ppm
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D403 10875 10680 -82 270 636.00 509 547 38 1.14
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incl. 512 513 1 6.38
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incl. 527 528 1 5.54
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568 582 14 0.94
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RCD1174 10100 10665 -85 270 579.00 371 475 104 1.59
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incl. 386 388 2 8.13
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RCD1221 10525 10800 -85 270 666.20 393 415 22 2.01
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incl. 401 404 3 4.14
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455 481 26 3.07
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incl. 463 472 9 6.35
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501 504 3 1.40
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519 520 1 73.40
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549 571 22 21.83
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incl. 559 567 8 58.58
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RCD1224 10175 10665 -87 270 556.50 251 257 6 3.87
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incl. 256 257 1 19.50
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284 286 2 76.74
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338 348.3 10.3 36.09
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incl. 343 345 2 176.45
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368 389 21 1.30
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493 497 4 4.41
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incl. 493 494 1 13.90
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RCD1225 10125 10662 -88 270 586.70 366 449 83 1.95
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incl. 373 374 1 5.62
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incl. 380 383 3 15.83
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incl. 435 437 2 5.75
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incl. 447 448 1 8.68
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RCD1228 10275 10700 -73 270 467.10 298 359 61 4.35
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incl. 324 326 2 103.20
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369 371 3 5.65
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434 438 4 36.62
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incl. 437 438 1 101.00
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D1231 10500 10795 -80 270 705.70 241 245 4 2.93
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375 379 4 3.14
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541 575 34 1.77
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RCD1235 10450 10800 -85 270 668.20 419 427 8 4.70
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incl. 424 425 1 26.10
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RCD1236 10025N 10568 -90 0 525.60 236 238 2 1.54
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244 257 13 1.17
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324 335 11 1.24
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373 392 19 1.11
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429 433 4 1.44
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D1240 11200 10700 -77 270 652.20 426 437 11 1.27
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462 520 58 4.32
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incl. 472 474 2 36.63
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incl. 479 481 2 7.75
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incl. 488 489 1 20.70
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incl. 501 507 6 6.83
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incl. 511 513 2 5.49
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incl. 518 519 1 9.31
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532 564 32 1.49
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incl. 542 543 1 15.80
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incl. 562 563 1 6.36
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593 636 43 5.01
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incl. 628 629 1 24.80
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incl. 632 634 2 79.51
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RCD1241 9900 10546 -77 270 343.00 202 204 2 1.56
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D1244 11950 10820 -10 270 299.27 0 15 15 1.25
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incl. 488 489 1 20.70
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D1251 11050 10716 -82 270 771.30 174 201 27 0.96
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226 229 3 1.72
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283 342 59 1.43
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incl. 334 335 1 9.06
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348 393 45 1.22
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incl. 378 381 3 8.06
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412 441 29 0.91
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465 484 19 1.29
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493 516 23 1.72
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584 591 7 1.54
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596 610 14 1.32
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634 638 4 1.23
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661 679 18 3.30
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incl. 662 663 1 5.13
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incl. 670 671 1 44.10
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701 704 3 1.11
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RCD1263 10050 10625 -87 270 540.40 203 205 2 4.10
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283 348 65 3.96
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incl. 287 291 4 5.58
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incl. 298 299 1 12.00
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incl. 347 348 1 147.00
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389 392 3 2.00
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RCD1264 10600 10833 -78 270 668.10 109 122 13 2.01
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incl. 117 118 1 14.60
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277 307 30 2.69
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incl. 294 297 3 9.66
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D1271 10425 10700 -77 270 481.80 297 339 42 2.75
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incl. 311 314 3 9.52
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incl. 317 319 2 7.58
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incl. 328 329 1 11.70
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363 392 29 1.65
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incl. 364 365 1 6.00
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incl. 387 389 2 6.33
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398 410 12 1.16
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RCD1279 10650 10818 -78 270 729.00 71 78 7 1.25
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363 366 3 4.66
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406 409 3 1.10
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629 631 2 59.77
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incl. 629 630 1 113.00
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D1280 10550 10843 -82 270 726.70 430 454 24 0.93
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461 500 31 1.82
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incl. 471 473 2 6.47
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incl. 477 478 1 5.71
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D1281 11150 10630 -83 270 697.80 475 598 123 1.86
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incl. 506 507 1 14.20
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incl. 512 513 1 9.37
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incl. 520 521 1 9.17
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incl. 523 525 2 14.15
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incl. 553 555 2 7.18
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635 646 11 1.42
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incl. 637 638 1 8.59
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664 670 6 16.09
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D1283 9900N 10562 -80 270 375.00 282 298 16 1.56
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incl. 288 289 1 5.28
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KRC002 2752141 671189 -60 270 150.00 27 36 9 9.29
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incl. 32 34 2 32.20
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145 146 1 14.00
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KRC005 2751991 671194 -60 270 150.00 18 21 3 4.56
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incl. 19 20 1 8.54
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26 28 2 11.92
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incl. 27 28 1 20.40
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Contact Information

  • Centamin Egypt Limited
    Josef El-Raghy
    Managing Director/CEO
    + 61 (8) 9316 2640
    Email: centamin@centamin.com.au
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