The Santa Elena project is a high-grade, open pit, heap leach operation located in Sonora, Mexico. Read more
Eric Fier at SilverCrest Mine’s La Joya project (transcribed from video): SilverCrest is an operating company now, in Mexico. As we grow Santa Elena and the expansion plan, the next part of the growth pattern is La Joya. Read more
SilverCrest Mines has achieved steady production at its Santa Elena Mine in Sonora, Mexico. Total production for 2012 is targeted at 2.2 million ounces of silver equivalent*. Read more
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Transcript: SilverCrest COO Eric Fier explores the La Joya silver-copper project
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“Part of SilverCrest’s philosophy is to develop economic, viable deposits that have great infrastructure in a great location. And that’s what La Joya has, for a start.
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Eric Fier (COO, SilverCrest Mines): Here we are back at Santa Elena, if you can remember back in 2008 we stood in the deposit area, which is over my right shoulder here, this is the Santa Elena main zone and the cliff, and at that time we had just completed our pre-feasibility study and we were discussing going into permitting, construction and production. Read more
Back when we traveled to northern Mexico to visit SilverCrest Mines’ Santa Elena Mine in June 2008, all the company needed was money in the bank to take it to production. Now it looks like the company is well on the way to completing financing… click on the video to watch how it has all unfolded. To find out the value of Silvercrest’s projects, see their stock chart and more, click here to go directly to shareknow.net.