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B2Gold considers Fekola guidance increase, solar plant fully operational

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Canada-based gold producer B2Gold has put in a strong performance in the first half of 2021 and the company says it is on track to meet, or exceed, the upper end of its guidance for the year.

B2Gold, which operates mines in Mali, Namibia and the Philippines, is targeting production of 970 00 oz to 1.03-million ounces for the year, at a total consolidated cash operating cost of between $500/oz and $540/oz and total consolidated all-in sustaining costs of $870/oz to $910/oz.

The guidance does not include the potential upside to increase production at Fekola, in Mali, from the nearby Cardinal resource, which could start production in the current quarter. A 10 000-t bulk sample has been mined and processed in the second quarter.

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