SOURCE: Klondex Mines Ltd.

Klondex Mines Ltd.

August 09, 2016 17:18 ET

Klondex Reports Strong Second Quarter 2016 Results; Achieves Record Revenue and Operating Cash Flow

On Track to Achieve Full Year Production and Cost Guidance

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - August 09, 2016) - Klondex Mines Ltd. (TSX: KDX) (NYSE MKT: KLDX) ("Klondex", the "Company", "we", "our", or "us") is pleased to announce its operational and financial results for the second quarter of 2016 as well as recent developments. This press release should be read in conjunction with our second quarter 2016 interim financial statements and related management's discussion & analysis ("MD&A"), which are available on our website (www.klondexmines.com), on SEDAR (www.sedar.com), and on EDGAR (www.sec.gov). All dollar amounts included in this press release are expressed in thousands of United States dollars, unless otherwise noted, and are based on our financial statements and MD&A, which were prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS") as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board. References to "Notes" refers to the notes contained in the second quarter 2016 interim financial statements.

Second Quarter 2016 Highlights

  • Health, Safety, and Environmental - No lost-time injuries or environmental citations at Fire Creek, Midas or True North.
  • Cash Flows and Liquidity - Maintained strong financial position and liquidity. Quarter end cash balance of $36.9 million, working capital of $29.5 million (ratio of 1.8:1), and total liquidity of $54.5 million when including the Revolver availability.
  • Ounces Sold and Financial Results - Sold 37,914 gold equivalent ounces ("GEOs"), consisting of 32,499 gold ounces and 408,316 silver ounces, as ore grades and milling rates increased from the prior quarter. Revenue of $48.0 million from average selling prices per gold and silver ounce of $1,266 and $16.78, respectively. Net income of $7.1 million (or $0.05 per share - basic).
  • Mine Operations and Performance Measures - Produced a record 41,436 GEOs. Averages operating metrics were: 947 ore tons milled per day, 0.44 oz/ton gold mill head grade, 5.72 oz/ton silver mill head grade, 0.52 oz/ton GEO mill head grade.
             
   Production cash costs per gold equivalent ounce sold  All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold  All-in costs per gold ounce sold (excluding True North)  All-in costs per gold ounce sold (including True North)
Non-IFRS Measure(1)  $595  $968  $1,083  $1,261
(1) See Non-IFRS Performance Measures in this Press Release.            
             
  • True North - Completed drilling and rehab activities, expect to make a production decision in the third quarter of 2016. Anticipated recovery of 8,000 - 12,000 gold ounces in second half of 2016 should Company proceed with a production decision.
  • Capital Expenditures - Spent $8.4 million at Fire Creek, $7.7 million at Midas, $5.8 million at True North, and $0.1 million at corporate for total capital spending of $21.9 million.

Recent Developments

  • Acquisitions and Equity Offering - As discussed in detail within Note 22. Subsequent Events, on July 25, 2016, Klondex entered into (1) an agreement to purchase the Hollister mine ("Hollister") and the Esmeralda mine and milling complex ("Esmeralda") and (2) an agreement for a "bought deal" private placement.

Mr. Paul Huet, President and CEO, commented, "Our second quarter operational and financial performance was exceptional. We produced a record 41,436 GEOs for the quarter and generated over $23 million of operating cash flow. Our progress at True North has been beyond our expectations and we are looking forward to making a production decision in the third quarter." Mr. Huet continued, "In less than four years, Klondex has evolved from a junior exploration company with one project at Fire Creek to become an established gold producer with multiple projects and mills in two countries. I am very proud of our team for their important contributions to our success."

2016 Full Year Outlook

Nevada Operations

We are maintaining our targeted annual production costs and GEO production, which is expected to be weighted approximately 45%-50% in the first-half of 2016 and 50%-55% in the second-half of 2016. 2016 GEO production and grades are expected to progressively increase from the first half of the year to the second half of the year following the completion of planned first-half development and silling activities. The following table outlines annual guidance (compared to actual results) and includes all-in costs per gold ounce sold measures exclusive of True North, which was acquired during the first quarter of 2016 after the release of full-year guidance:

             
   Fire Creek  Midas  Total  Actual
2016 Guidance  Low  High  Low  High  Low  High  Six months ended June 30, 2016
Gold equivalent ounces produced(1)   97,000   100,000   48,000   50,000   145,000   150,000   71,592
Production cash costs per GEO sold(1)(2)  $450  $500  $850  $900  $600  $650  $636
All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold(2)                  $850  $900  $1,014
All-in costs per gold ounce sold, excluding True North(2)                  $1,025  $1,075  $1,137
Capital expenditures on mineral properties, plant and equipment, excluding True North  $34,700  $36,700  $20,300  $23,300  $55,000  $60,000  $28,457
(1) Gold equivalent measures are the gold measure plus the silver measure divided by a GEO ratio. GEO ratios are computed by dividing the projected average realized gold price per ounce by the projected average realized silver price per ounce expected to be received by us in 2016.
(2) See Non-IFRS Performance Measures section in this Press Release.
 

True North

We expect to produce 8,000 - 12,000 gold ounces during the second half of 2016 from a combination of processing gold in tailings and test stope mining. Subsequent to June 30, 2016, we began processing tailings and at the end of July we poured our first doré bar.

Consolidated Financial Results of Operations

     
   Three months ended June 30,  Six months ended June 30,
   2016  2015  2016  2015
Revenues  $48,010   $41,475   $83,479   $79,566  
Cost of sales                     
 Production costs   22,575    20,684    43,922    42,337  
 Depreciation and depletion   6,990    7,084    12,758    14,814  
Gross profit   18,445    13,707    26,799    22,415  
 General and administrative expenses   3,237    3,023    6,589    5,798  
 Loss on equipment disposal   -    351    -    351  
Income from operations   15,208    10,333    20,210    16,266  
 (Loss) gain on derivative, net   (664 )  116    (1,835 )  295  
 Finance charges, net   (1,280 )  (2,149 )  (2,581 )  (4,285 )
 Foreign currency gain (loss), net   132    (1,402 )  (2,207 )  6,262  
 Business acquisition costs   (344 )  -    (1,027 )  -  
 Provision for legal settlement   (2,250 )  -    (2,250 )  -  
 Other, net   -    -    119    -  
Income before tax   10,802    6,898    10,429    18,538  
 Income tax expense   3,654    2,982    4,387    6,511  
Net income  $7,148   $3,916   $6,042   $12,027  
                      
 Net income per share  $0.05   $0.03   $0.04   $0.09  
                  

When compared to the prior year quarter, second quarter 2016 Revenues were higher from selling an additional 5,731 gold ounces at a $53 higher average realized price, partially offset by a decrease in silver sales due to low silver grades. Production costs were in-line with expectations and decreased on a per ounce basis from the prior quarter as we benefited from an increased mining rate and higher grades due to additional working faces and sequencing abilities resulting from previously completed ore development. Depreciation and depletion increased from the prior year periods due to the sale of increased GEOs, offset by lower per ounce amounts from increased resource bases. General and administrative expenses increased in 2016 due to increased staff levels at the corporate office and severance payments. Finance charges were primarily related to the gold purchase agreement, finance leases, and the promissory note pursuant to the True North acquisition, which also resulted in business acquisition costs. Provision for legal settlement totaled $2.3 million for which no comparable amount existed in the prior year quarter.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

       
   Three months ended June 30,  Six months ended June 30,
   2016  2015  Change  2016  2015  Change
Net cash provided by operating activities  $23,587   $18,776   $4,811   $27,964   $23,264   $4,700  
Net cash used in investing activities   (19,797 )  (8,521 )  (11,276 )  (54,296 )  (14,081 )  (40,215 )
Net cash provided by financing activities   2,074    890    1,184    3,309    632    2,677  
Effect of foreign exchange on cash balances   159    97    62    803    (805 )  1,608  
 Net increase (decrease) in cash   6,023    11,242    (5,219 )  (22,220 )  9,010    (31,230 )
 Cash, beginning of period   30,854    43,256         59,097    45,488       
 Cash, end of period  $36,877   $54,498        $36,877   $54,498       
                          

We generated $23.6 million of net operating cash flows and were provided $2.1 million from financing cash flows due to the exercise of share options and warrants; cash used in investing activities totaled $20 million. We maintained our strong financial position and as of June 30, 2016, had total liquidity of $54.5 million, consisting of $29.5 million in working capital and $25.0 million of borrowing availability under our March 2016 Revolver.

Second Quarter and Year To Date 2016 Summary Operational Results

          
   Three months ended June 30, 2016  Three months ended June 30, 2015  Change
Mine operations  Fire Creek  Midas  Total  
Ore tons milled   33,968    52,226    86,194    63,059    23,135  
Average gold equivalent mill head grade (oz/ton)(1)   0.91    0.26    0.52    0.56    (0.04 )
Average gold mill head grade (oz/ton)   0.90    0.14    0.44    0.45    (0.01 )
Average silver mill head grade (oz/ton)   0.69    8.99    5.72    8.00    (2.28 )
Average gold recovery rate (%)   93.7 %  93.7 %  93.7 %  94.4 %  (0.7 %)
Average silver recovery rate (%)   85.9 %  85.9 %  85.9 %  93.6 %  (7.7 %)
Gold equivalent produced (ounces)(1)   29,067    12,320    41,436    33,015    8,421  
Gold produced (ounces)   28,800    7,021    35,821    26,552    9,269  
Silver produced (ounces)   20,148    403,212    423,360    472,473    (49,113 )
Gold equivalent sold (ounces)(1)   26,160    11,707    37,914    34,189    3,725  
Gold sold (ounces)   25,889    6,610    32,499    26,768    5,731  
Silver sold (ounces)   20,406    387,910    408,316    543,251    (134,935 )
Revenues and realized prices                          
Gold revenue (000s)  $32,718   $8,440   $41,158   $32,466   $8,692  
Silver revenue (000s)   343    6,509    6,852    9,009    (2,157 )
 Total revenues (000s)  $33,061   $14,949   $48,010   $41,475   $6,535  
Average realized gold price ($/oz)  $1,264   $1,277   $1,266   $1,213   $53  
Average realized silver price ($/oz)  $16.81   $16.78   $16.78   $16.58   $0.20  
Non-IFRS Measures                          
Production cash costs per GEO sold(2)  $417   $996   $595   $605   $(10 )
All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold(2)   n/a    n/a   $968   $599   $369  
All-in costs per gold ounce sold (excluding True North)(2)   n/a    n/a   $1,083   $1,000   $83  
All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold (including True North)(2)   n/a    n/a   $1,261   $1,000   $261  
(1) Gold equivalent ounces produced (or gold equivalent grades per ton) are the gold ounces produced (or gold grades) plus the silver ounces produced (or silver grades) divided by a GEO ratio. GEO ratios are computed by dividing the average realized gold price per ounce by the average realized silver price per ounce received by us in the respective period and match the ratios used to determine the production cash costs per GEO sold. Refer to the Non-IFRS Measures section of this Press Release for additional detail.
(2) This is a non-IFRS measure; refer to the Non-IFRS Performance Measures section of this Press Release for additional detail.
 
          
   Six months ended June 30, 2016  Six months ended June 30, 2015  Change
Mine operations  Fire Creek  Midas  Total  
Ore tons milled  66,710   93,239   159,949   120,723   39,226  
Average gold equivalent mill head grade (oz/ton)(1)  0.81   0.24   0.48   0.57   (0.09 )
Average gold mill head grade (oz/ton)  0.80   0.13   0.41   0.47   (0.06 )
Average silver mill head grade (oz/ton)  0.80   8.60   5.31   7.42   (2.11 )
Average gold recovery rate (%)  93.7 % 94.9 % 93.9 % 94.2 % (0.3 %)
Average silver recovery rate (%)  87.4 % 87.9 % 87.8 % 92.4 % (4.6 %)
Gold equivalent produced (ounces)(1)  50,628   20,910   71,592   65,230   6,362  
Gold produced (ounces)  50,019   11,764   61,783   53,777   8,006  
Silver produced (ounces)  46,841   699,641   746,482   826,928   (80,446 )
Gold equivalent sold (ounces)(1)  45,152   23,896   69,103   65,581   3,522  
Gold sold (ounces)  44,434   15,029   59,463   53,903   5,560  
Silver sold (ounces)  55,251   678,339   733,590   847,808   (114,218 )
Revenues and realized prices                     
Gold revenue (000s)  $53,581   $18,258   $71,839   $65,341   $6,498  
Silver revenue (000s)  866   10,774   11,640   14,225   (2,585 )
 Total revenues (000s)  $54,447   $29,032   $83,479   $79,566   $3,913  
Average realized gold price ($/oz)  $1,206   $1,215   $1,208   $1,212   $(4 )
Average realized silver price ($/oz)  $15.67   $15.88   $15.87   $16.78   $(0.91 )
Non-IFRS Measures                     
Production cash costs per GEO sold(2)  $433   $1,019   $636   $646   $(10 )
All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold(2)  n/a   n/a   $1,014   $693   $321  
All-in costs per gold ounce sold (excluding True North)(2)  n/a   n/a   $1,137   $1,020   $117  
All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold (including True North)(2)  n/a   n/a   $1,271   $1,020   $251  
(1) Gold equivalent ounces produced (or gold equivalent grades per ton) are the gold ounces produced (or gold grades) plus the silver ounces produced (or silver grades) divided by a GEO ratio. GEO ratios are computed by dividing the average realized gold price per ounce by the average realized silver price per ounce received by us in the respective period and match the ratios used to determine the production cash costs per GEO sold. Refer to the Non-IFRS Measures section of this Press Release for additional detail.
(2) This is a non-IFRS measure; refer to the Non-IFRS Performance Measures section of this Press Release for additional detail.
 

As a result of increased mill throughput and higher grades at Fire Creek, during the second quarter of 2016 we produced a record 41,436 GEOs, bringing our year to date consolidated GEO production to 71,592 GEOs; which is approximately 48.5% of our annual guidance's midpoint range. 2016 operating targets anticipate GEO production and grades progressively increasing throughout the year which we expect will result in lower second half cost measures compared to the first six months of 2016. The 86,194 ore tons milled (average of 947 tons per day) represented a quarterly record and increased by an average of 131 tons per day over the first quarter of 2016, thereby accommodating planned lower ore grades in the first half of the year. Our second-half strategy entails continuing to increase the average daily milling rate at the Midas mill, which has a design capacity of 1,200 tons per day, to allow us to meet our annual production goal.

Despite planned lower first-half 2016 grades, we generated significant cash margins on a consolidated basis. Production cash costs per GEO sold decreased by $90 (or 13.1%) from the first quarter of 2016 to $595 in the second quarter of 2016, resulting in production cash costs per GEO sold of $636 for the first half of 2016. Second quarter 2016 production costs were positively impacted by increased tons and higher grades from additional working faces and sequencing abilities provided by previously completed ore development.

True North Project (Manitoba, Canada)

We expect to release an updated mineral resource estimate and be in a position to make a formal production decision in the third quarter of 2016. We have replaced 100% of the guides on the shaft and have repaired approximately 95% of the track (approximately 6,000 ft). Additional infrastructure included a new underground shop and new gear storage cut-outs, which are approximately 95% complete. We initiated testing of narrow vein long hole design to reduce dilution. We also received initial metallurgical testing results on existing tailings which indicate that the tailings can be processed through the existing mill flow sheet. We began processing tailings subsequent to June 30, 2016, and at the end of July poured our first doré bar.

Webcast and Conference Call

A conference call and webcast to discuss Klondex's second quarter results will be held on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 10:30am ET/7:30am PT. The conference call telephone numbers are listed below.

Canada & USA Toll Free Dial In: +1 800-319-4610
Toronto: +1 416-915-3239
International: +1 604-638-5340

Callers should dial in 5 to 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time and ask to join the Klondex call. The webcast will be available on the Company's website or by clicking: http://services.choruscall.ca/links/klondex20160810.html.

About Klondex Mines Ltd. (www.klondexmines.com)

Klondex is a well-capitalized, junior-tier gold and silver mining company focused on exploration, development, and production in a safe, environmentally responsible, and cost-effective manner. The Company has 100% interests in two producing mineral properties: the Fire Creek Mine and the Midas Mine and ore milling facility, both of which are located in the state of Nevada, USA, as well as the recently acquired True North mine and mill in Manitoba, Canada.

Cautionary Note Regarding Technical Information and Forward-looking Information

This news release contains certain information that may constitute forward-looking information or forward-looking statements under applicable Canadian and U.S. securities legislation (collectively, "forward looking information"), including but not limited to information about current expectations on the timing and success of exploration and development activities, the timing and success of mining operations, the Company's ability to produce and sell gold and silver, the Company's achievement of the full-year projections for ounce production, metal grades and production costs, the Company's ability to meet annual operations estimates, the ability to maintain average daily milling rates, the Company's capital addition expenditures, the Company's intention and ability to monetize mineralized material, the results of economic studies regarding the Company's mineral projects, the Company's financial conditions, the successful execution and project development at all of the Company's mines and projects, and related permitting the completion of the Hollister acquisition, and the completion of the equity private placement. This forward-looking information entails various risks and uncertainties that are based on current expectations, and actual results may differ materially from those contained in such information. These uncertainties and risks include, but are not limited to, the strength of the global economy; the price of gold and silver; operational, funding and liquidity risks; the degree to which mineral resource estimates are reflective of actual mineral resources; the degree to which factors which would make a mineral deposit commercially viable are present; the risks and hazards associated with underground operations; and the ability of Klondex to fund its substantial capital requirements and operations. Risks and uncertainties about the Company's business are more fully discussed in the Company's disclosure materials filed with the securities regulatory authorities in Canada and United States available at www.sedar.com and www.sec.gov, respectively. Readers are urged to read these materials. Klondex assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking information or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from such information unless required by law.

Technical Information

Scientific and technical information in this press release has been reviewed and approved by Brian Morris, a "qualified person" within the meaning of NI 43-101.

Non-IFRS Performance Measures

We have included the non-IFRS measures "Production cash costs per gold equivalent ounce sold", "All‐in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold", and "All-in costs per gold ounce sold" in this press release (collectively, the "Non-IFRS Measures"). These Non-IFRS Measures are used internally to assess our operating and economic performance and to provide key performance information to management. We believe that these Non-IFRS Measures, in addition to conventional measures prepared in accordance with IFRS, provide investors with an improved ability to evaluate our performance and ability to generate cash flows required to fund our business. These Non-IFRS Measures are intended to provide additional information and should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with IFRS. These Non-IFRS Measures do not have any standardized meaning prescribed under IFRS, and therefore may not be comparable to or consistent with measures used by other issuers or with amounts presented in our financial statements.

Our primary business is gold production and our future development and current operations primarily focus on maximizing returns from such gold production. As a result, our Non-IFRS Measures are calculated and disclosed on a per gold ounce basis.

Production Cash Costs per Gold Equivalent Ounce Sold

Production cash costs per gold equivalent ounce sold presents our cash costs associated with the production of gold equivalent ounces and, as such, non-cash depreciation and depletion charges are excluded. Production cash costs per gold equivalent ounce sold is calculated on a per gold equivalent ounce sold basis, and includes all direct and indirect operating costs related to the physical activities of producing gold, including mining, processing, third-party refining expenses, on-site administrative and support costs, and royalties (State of Nevada net proceeds taxes are excluded). Gold equivalent ounces are computed as the number of silver ounces required to generate the revenue derived from the sale of one gold ounce, using average realized selling prices (table in thousands, except ounces sold and per ounce amounts):

       
   Three months ended June 30, 2016  Three months ended June 30, 2015
   Fire Creek  Midas  Total  Fire Creek  Midas  Total
Average realized price per gold ounce sold  $1,264  $1,277  $1,266  $1,207  $1,227  $1,213
Average realized price per silver ounce sold  $16.81  $16.78  $16.78  $17.04  $16.55  $16.58
 Silver ounces equivalent to revenue from one gold ounce   75.2   76.1   75.5   70.8   74.1   73.1
Silver ounces sold   20,406   387,910   408,316   33,383   509,868   543,251
 GEOs from silver ounces sold   271   5,097   5,415   468   6,872   7,421
Gold ounces sold(1)   25,889   6,610   32,499   18,457   8,311   26,768
 Gold equivalent ounces   26,160   11,707   37,914   18,925   15,183   34,189
Production costs  $10,912  $11,663  $22,575  $9,233  $11,451  $20,684
 Production cash costs per GEO sold  $417  $996  $595  $488  $754  $605
                         
   Six months ended June 30, 2016  Six months ended June 30, 2015
   Fire Creek  Midas  Total  Fire Creek  Midas  Total
Average realized price per gold ounce sold  $1,206  $1,215  $1,208  $1,208  $1,222  $1,212
Average realized price per silver ounce sold  $15.67  $15.88  $15.87  $17.30  $16.75  $16.78
 Silver ounces equivalent to revenue from one gold ounce   76.9   76.5   76.1   69.8   73.0   72.2
Silver ounces sold   55,251   678,339   733,590   44,970   802,838   847,808
 GEO from silver ounces sold   718   8,867   9,640   629   10,968   11,678
Gold ounces sold(1)   44,434   15,029   59,463   36,540   17,363   53,903
 Gold equivalent ounces   45,152   23,896   69,103   37,169   28,331   65,581
Production costs  $19,569  $24,353  $43,922  $18,192  $24,145  $42,337
 Production cash costs per GEO sold  $433  $1,019  $636  $489  $852  $646
(1) Includes ounces sold (if any) under the Gold Supply Agreement and ounces delivered under the Gold Purchase Agreement; see Notes 7 and 9.
 

All-in Sustaining Costs per Gold Ounce Sold

All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold presents the full cost of gold production from our current operations; therefore, capital amounts related to expansion and growth projects are excluded. Certain other cash expenditures, including State of Nevada net proceeds taxes, federal tax payments, and financing costs are also excluded. Our calculation of all-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold is consistent with the June 2013 guidance released by the World Gold Council, a non-regulatory, non-profit market development organization for the gold industry.

We calculate our all-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold on a consolidated basis as ore from both Fire Creek and Midas is processed at Midas and because general and administrative expenses are related to our mining operations as a whole. All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold includes all (1) direct and indirect operating cash costs related to the physical activities of producing gold, including mining, processing, third-party refining expenses, on-site administrative and support costs, and royalties, (2) general and administrative expenses, (3) decommissioning provision accretion, and (4) sustaining capital expenditures, the total of which is reduced for revenues earned from silver sales (table in thousands, except ounces sold and per ounce amounts):

       
   Three months ended June 30,  Six months ended June 30,
   2016  2015  2016  2015
Production costs  $22,575   $20,684   $43,922   $42,337  
General and administrative expenses   3,237    3,023    6,589    5,798  
Decommissioning provision accretion   137    91    275    187  
Sustaining capital expenditures   12,363    1,249    21,162    3,284  
Less: Silver revenue   (6,852 )  (9,009 )  (11,640 )  (14,225 )
 All-in sustaining costs   31,460    16,038    60,308    37,381  
Gold ounces sold(1)   32,499    26,768    59,463    53,903  
 All-in sustaining costs per gold ounce sold  $968   $599   $1,014   $693  
(1) Includes ounces sold (if any) under the Gold Supply Agreement and ounces delivered under the Gold Purchase Agreement; see Notes 7 and 9.
 

We define sustaining capital expenditures as those costs which are required to sustain current gold ounce production levels. As such, sustaining capital expenditures exclude amounts for exploration activities, mine development, and permitting activities related to long-term growth and expansion efforts. For a reconciliation of our sustaining and non-sustaining (growth) capital expenditures see the Investing Cash Flows part of the Financial Position, Liquidity, and Capital Resources section of the MD&A.

All-in Costs per Gold Ounce Sold

All-in costs per gold ounce sold includes additional costs which reflect the varying costs of producing gold over the life-cycle of a mine or project. We calculate our all-in costs per gold ounce sold by beginning with the all-in sustaining costs total and adding non-sustaining (growth) capital expenditures and other costs not related to current operations (table in thousands, except ounces sold and per ounce amounts):

       
   Three months ended June 30,  Six months ended June 30,
   2016  2015  2016  2015
All-in sustaining costs  $31,460  $16,038  $60,308  $37,381
Non-sustaining capital expenditures (excluding True North)   3,725   10,729   7,295   17,602
  All-in costs (excluding True North)   35,185   26,767   67,603   54,983
Gold ounces sold(1)   32,499   26,768   59,463   53,903
 All-in costs per gold ounce sold (excluding True North)  $1,083  $1,000   1,137   1,020
                 
All-in costs (excluding True North)   35,185   26,767   67,603   54,983
Non-sustaining capital expenditures (True North)   5,812   -   7,953   -
  All-in costs   40,997   26,767   75,556   54,983
Gold ounces sold(1)   32,499   26,768   59,463   53,903
 All-in costs per gold ounce sold  $1,261  $1,000  $1,271  $1,020
(1) Includes ounces sold (if any) under the Gold Supply Agreement and ounces delivered under the Gold Purchase Agreement; see Notes 7 and 9.
 

For a reconciliation of our sustaining and non-sustaining (growth) capital expenditures see the Investing Cash Flows part of the Financial Position, Liquidity, and Capital Resources section of the MD&A.

Contact Information

  • For More Information Contact:
    John Seaberg
    Senior Vice President, Investor Relations and Corporate Development
    O: 775-284-5757
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    jseaberg@klondexmines.com