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Melbourne, Australia, Jul 20, 2022 (Newsfile Corp via COMTEX) -- Strong final quarter delivers FY22 gold production guidance at lower cost

  • FY22 gold production guidance achieved, with record Cadia All-In Sustaining Cost performance [1]

  • June quarter gold production of 637koz [2] and copper production of 39kt, resulting in FY22 gold production of 1,956koz and copper production of 121kt

  • June quarter All-In Sustaining Cost (AISC) of $896/oz [2] , delivering an AISC margin of $958/oz [3]

  • FY22 AISC of $1,044/oz, delivering an AISC margin of 41% or $732/oz [3] for the financial year

  • Cadia achieved its lowest ever annual AISC of negative $124/oz

  • Advancing multiple organic growth options

  • Brucejack transformation program progressing well; uplift road map update expected in August 2022 [4]

  • Two-stage Cadia Expansion Project and Lihir Front End Recovery Project on track for completion by the end of September 2022 [4]

  • Cadia PC1-2 Feasibility Study is expected to be released in the September 2022 quarter [4]

  • Red Chris Block Cave and Havieron Stage 1 Feasibility Studies on track, with works advancing on both projects

  • Strong drilling results at Brucejack, Red Chris and Havieron continue to expand the high grade footprints

  • Creating a brighter future for people through safe and responsible mining

  • Newcrest Sustainability Fund of A$10 million has been established, driving social investments in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

  • Respect@Work program continues with a dedicated team focused on actions to prevent and eliminate any form of sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace

Melbourne, Australia--(Newsfile Corp. - July 20, 2022) - Newcrest (asx:NCM) /zigman2/quotes/200289815/delayed CA:NCM +3.60% (pngx:NCM) Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sandeep Biswas, said, "Newcrest delivered a strong fourth quarter to achieve our group gold production for the year. Over the last four quarters we have steadily increased our gold and copper production, driving lower group All-In Sustaining Costs and delivering a record breaking annual cost performance at Cadia. We were particularly pleased to record a fourth consecutive quarter of lower group costs during this challenging inflationary environment."

"The three phase transformation program at Brucejack continues to progress well and we have a range of initiatives underway to maximise the long-term potential of this asset and district. We are on track to provide an update on our Brucejack uplift road map, together with the outcomes of the Cadia PC1-2 Feasibility Study, later this quarter."

"Our Respect@Work program continued to progress during the quarter with Newcrest focused on creating a workplace where everyone feels safe, respected and valued. We also established our Newcrest Sustainability Fund this month, highlighting our commitment to achieving a better and more sustainable future for all our people, and the wider communities in which we operate."

"As we move into FY23, we will continue to progress our exciting pipeline of organic growth projects, remaining focused on superior operational performance with an unwavering commitment to the health and safety of our people," said Mr Biswas.

Overview

Newcrest achieved gold production guidance for FY22, with copper production 3% lower than FY22 guidance, predominantly driven by lower mill throughput at Red Chris and Telfer. Full year AISC was 2% higher than FY22 guidance due to lower copper production and a lower realised copper price, timing of Cadia copper sales and higher production stripping at Lihir and Telfer. Market guidance for FY23 will be released with the Full Year results on 19 August 2022 and will outline Newcrest's views of the risk of cost inflation on AISC and capital expenditure, and the associated mitigation strategies underway.

Gold production was 31% higher than the prior period [5] driven by higher mill throughput and gold head grade at both Lihir and Cadia, and the addition of a full quarter of production from Brucejack. Gold production was also higher at Red Chris and Telfer compared to the prior period.

Newcrest's AISC for the June 2022 quarter of $896/oz [2] was [] 10% lower than the prior period, driven by higher gold and copper sales volumes, and lower site operating costs on a dollar per ounce basis with higher production. There was also an additional benefit of a weakening Australian dollar against the US dollar on Australian dollar denominated operating costs. These benefits were partly offset by a lower realised copper price compared to the prior period.

Injury rates were higher than the prior period at Cadia, Telfer and Red Chris. The Safe Hands intervention program continues to focus on reducing the risk of hand injuries across Newcrest sites. Injury rates were reviewed during the quarter with previously reported frequency rates at Lihir, Cadia, Red Chris and the Group restated following an update to working hours in FY22 at Lihir, and an internal review of injury classifications at Cadia and Red Chris.


Metric Jun
2022 Qtr
Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21 FY22
Guidance [6]
Group [2]
- gold oz 637,032 486,851 [7] 436,085 396,214 1,956,182 2,093,322 1,925-2,025koz

- copper t 38,671 31,035 26,418 24,527 120,650 142,724 125-130kt

- silver oz 435,587 223,900 [7] 187,677 174,555 1,021,719 944,521
Cadia
- gold oz 186,766 149,568 115,362 109,005 560,702 764,895 540-610koz

- copper t 28,676 23,287 18,207 15,213 85,383 106,402 85-95kt
Lihir
- gold oz 212,932 169,486 163,937 141,089 687,445 737,082 ~700koz
Telfer
- gold oz 97,443 96,388 112,726 100,993 407,550 416,138 390-440koz

- copper t 3,008 3,521 3,536 3,838 13,904 13,177 ~15kt
Brucejack [8]
- gold oz 90,408 24,013 [7] - - 114,421 - 95-115koz
Red Chris [9] - gold oz 13,678 8,463 9,527 10,674 42,341 45,922 40-42koz

- copper t 6,987 4,226 4,675 5,475 21,363 23,145 23-25kt
Fruta del Norte [2] [,] [10]   - gold oz 35,805 38,933 34,533 34,452 143,723 129,285 140-145koz

  







Fatalities Number 0 0 0 0 0 0
TRIFR [[11]] mhrs 4.2 3.2 [12] 3.7 [12] 4.6 [12] 3.9 2.3
All-In Sustaining Cost [2] $/oz 896 991 [13] 1,120 [13] 1,269 [13] 1,044 911 [13] [,] [14]
All-In Cost [15] $/oz 1,268 1,529 1,865 1,949 1,595 1,278
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [3] $/oz 958 809 588 406 732 876
Realised gold price [16] $/oz 1,854 1,828 1,743 1,722 1,797 1,796
Realised copper price [16] $/lb 4.31 4.54 4.37 4.24 4.36 3.66
Realised copper price [16] $/t 9,502 10,009 9,634 9,348 9,612 8,069
Average exchange rate AUD:USD 0.7160 0.7237 0.7285 0.7354 0.7260 0.7467
Average exchange rate PGK:USD 0.2834 0.2840 0.2849 0.2846 0.2843 0.2854
Average exchange rate CAD:USD 0.7842 0.7892 0.7934 0.7944 0.7903 0.7789

 

All figures are shown at 100%, except for Red Chris which is shown at Newcrest's 70% share and Fruta del Norte which is shown at Newcrest's 32% attributable share through its 32% equity interest in Lundin Gold Inc.

Operations

Cadia, Australia

Highlights Metric Jun 2022 Qtr Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21 FY22
Guidance
TRIFR [11] mhrs 11.5 4.7 [12] 7.7 [12] 9.2 8.3 6.1
Total production - gold
oz 186,766 149,568 115,362 109,005 560,702 764,895 540 - 610koz

- copper t 28,676 23,287 18,207 15,213 85,383 106,402 85 - 95kt
Head Grade  - gold g/t 0.94 0.86 0.83 0.82 0.87 0.95

- copper % 0.43 0.40 0.38 0.35 0.39 0.40
Sales - gold oz 191,734 126,441 119,314 105,541 543,029 766,118

- copper t 31,195 19,581 18,226 14,886 83,888 105,444
All-In Sustaining Cost $/oz (315) (205) (19) 203 (124) (109)
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [17] $/oz 2,169 2,033 1,762 1,519 1,921 1,905

 

Cadia's TRIFR of 11.5 recordable injuries per million hours was higher than the prior period, mainly driven by hand injuries. Cadia is focused on improving injury rates with the Safe Hand intervention program now underway, supported by visible safety leadership across the site. Injury rates in the March 2022 and December 2021 quarters were restated following an internal review of injury classifications at Cadia.

Gold production of 187koz was 25% higher than the prior period driven by higher mill throughput with lower planned and unplanned maintenance during the period. In addition, gold head grade increased in the quarter with a higher proportion of high grade stockpile fed to the mill, as well as higher grade ore feed from Panel Cave 2 during the quarter.

Cadia's AISC of negative $315/oz reflects the benefit of higher gold and copper sales volumes, partly offset by a lower realised copper price. Cadia continues to manage the impacts of cost inflation, assisted by its fixed-price electricity contract which was extended in mid-2021 to the end of FY24, protecting Cadia from the recent increases in spot and contract electricity prices. The Power Purchase Agreement with the Rye Park Wind Farm is also expected to commence in 2024, which will help Cadia manage longer-term energy price risks.

Copper concentrate shipments were disrupted by the partial closure of the rail network in New South Wales following heavy rainfall in April and again in early July, however stock levels are expected to return to normal volumes during the September 2022 quarter [4] .

The Molybdenum Plant continued to ramp up during the quarter with the first molybdenum concentrate shipment delivered in June 2022.

The Cadia PC1-2 Feasibility Study is expected to be released by the end of September 2022 [4] . The early works program is progressing well with development activities, raise boring and preliminary earthworks for construction of the primary ventilation fans commencing in the quarter.

The two-stage Cadia Expansion Project is also on track for completion by the end of September 2022 [4] . First production from Panel Cave 2-3 is expected during the first half of FY23 and mill throughput rates are expected to start ramping up towards 35Mtpa in the December 2022 quarter [4] [,] [18] .

Cadia has commenced planning for the long-term continuation of mining operations known as the Cadia Continued Operations Project (CCOP). Community consultation is ongoing in relation to the key aspects of the CCOP, including a proposed development consent for a new Tailings Storage Facility adjacent to the current Southern Tailings Storage Facility, continued underground mining in the Cadia East area, additional off-site water storage and realignment of local roads [19] .

As highlighted in the March 2022 quarterly report, Newcrest settled an insurance claim in April 2022 in relation to the Northern Tailings Storage Facility slump on 9 March 2018. Settlement funds of US$75 million were received during the quarter.

Lihir, Papua New Guinea

Highlights Metric Jun 2022 Qtr Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21 FY22
Guidance
TRIFR [11] mhrs 0.6 2.1 [12] 1.0 [12] 1.1 [12] 1.2 0.3
Production - gold 
oz 212,932 169,486 163,937 141,089 687,445 737,082 ~700koz
Head Grade
- gold g/t 2.54 2.33 2.17 2.32 2.35 2.40
Sales
- gold oz 206,262 162,271 161,877 135,582 665,993 773,146
All-In Sustaining Cost $/oz 1,409 1,533 1,679 1,986 1,622 1,391
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [17] $/oz 445 295 64 (264) 175 405

 

Lihir's TRIFR of 0.6 recordable injuries per million hours was lower than the prior period reflecting the effectiveness of site safety campaigns, with a recent focus on hand safety. A review of total working hours in FY22 was completed during the quarter resulting in revised injury rates for the March 2022, December 2021 and September 2021 quarters.

Gold production of 213koz was 26% higher than the prior period, largely driven by higher mill throughput following completion of scheduled plant maintenance shutdowns in March 2022 and a reduction in unplanned downtime. Gold head grade also increased in the quarter reflecting additional higher grade expit ore feed from Phase 15 as mining continued to progress into the orebody.

Mining volumes increased by 24% during the quarter with Lihir delivering a record total material movement for a quarter. Higher mining rates are expected to continue in FY23 in line with the mining improvement program. Consistent with previous years, gold production is anticipated to be lower in the September 2022 quarter with the major plant shutdown scheduled in September 2022.

Lihir's AISC of $1,409/oz was 8% lower than the prior period which was largely driven by higher gold sales volumes, partly offset by additional Phase 16 & 17 production stripping and higher sustaining capital expenditure relating to the Phase 14A Feasibility Study.

The number of COVID-19 cases at Lihir remained very low during the period with the site continuing to successfully manage the 'endemic' phase of COVID-19. There were no material COVID-19 related disruptions to production, although Lihir did experience some supply chain challenges and interruptions to some project activities, with efforts made to minimise their impact on the overall cost and schedule.

Newcrest continued to progress the Phase 14A Feasibility Study during the period with ground support, upper drainage and shotcrete works completed and first medium grade ore delivered to the mill. The findings of the Feasibility Study are now expected to be released in the December quarter 2022 [4] .

The Lihir Front End Recovery Project is on track for completion during the September 2022 quarter [4] . The project aims to lower gold loss through the flotation circuits by generating a high-grade flash flotation concentrate from the High Grade Ore 1 (HGO1) grinding circuit. Construction of structures, equipment and services are nearing completion and the new electrical substation is currently being commissioned. Commissioning of the processing facilities is expected to commence in the September 2022 quarter [4] .

Lihir - Material Movements

Ore Source Metric Jun
2022 Qtr
Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21
Ex-pit crushed tonnes kt 2,104 1,363 1,273 604 5,345 5,379
Ex-pit to stockpile kt 1,966 2,357 610 1,037 5,969 3,283
Waste kt 6,522 4,813 7,058 8,601 26,994 24,805
Total Ex-pit kt 10,591 8,533 8,942 10,242 38,308 33,467
Stockpile reclaim kt 1,222 1,711 1,881 1,781 6,594 7,752
Stockpile relocation kt 3,390 2,981 2,240 2,831 11,443 12,493
Total Other kt 4,612 4,692 4,121 4,612 18,038 20,244
Total Material Moved kt 15,203 13,225 13,063 14,854 56,346 53,712

 

Lihir - Processing

Equipment Metric Jun
2022 Qtr
Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21
Crushing kt 3,326 3,074 3,154 2,450 12,004 13,130
Milling kt 3,411 2,975 3,241 2,584 12,212 12,792
Flotation kt 2,490 2,271 2,541 2,107 9,410 9,876
Total Autoclave kt 2,067 1,763 1,814 1,354 6,998 6,954

 

Telfer, Australia

Highlights Metric Jun 2022 Qtr Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21 FY22
Guidance
TRIFR [11] mhrs 6.5 3.3 5.0 6.7 5.4 4.2
Production - gold oz 97,443 96,388 112,726 100,993 407,550 416,138 390 - 440koz

- copper t 3,008 3,521 3,536 3,838 13,904 13,177 ~15kt
Head Grade
- gold g/t 0.64 0.72 0.79 0.76 0.73 0.89

- copper % 0.08 0.10 0.09 0.10 0.09 0.11
Sales - gold oz 123,638 78,016 107,787 97,653 407,094 411,336

- copper t 4,473 2,569 3,376 3,858 14,277 12,560
All-In Sustaining Cost $/oz 1,429 1,411 1,353 1,358 1,388 1,473
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [17] $/oz 425 417 390 364 409 323

 

Telfer's TRIFR of 6.5 recordable injuries per million hours was higher than the prior period mainly due to an increase in hand injuries. The Safe Hands intervention program continues on site to reduce injury rates and improve safety performance.

Gold production of 97koz was slightly higher than the prior period. Mill throughput increased by 17% with lower unplanned downtime during the quarter. This was partly offset by lower gold head grade with a higher proportion of lower grade open pit and stockpile mill feed during the period, resulting in lower recovery.

Telfer's AISC of $1,429/oz was 1% higher than the prior period, with increased mining and milling activity delivering comparable gold production on lower grades and recoveries, as well as a lower realised copper price. This was largely offset by higher copper sales volumes, and the benefit of a weakening Australian dollar against the US dollar on Australian dollar denominated operating costs.

Brucejack, Canada

Highlights [8] Metric Jun
2022 Qtr
Mar
2022 Qtr
FY22 FY22
Guidance
TRIFR [11] mhrs 1.5 0.0 1.1
Production
- gold oz 90,408 24,013 [7] 114,421 95 - 115koz
Head Grade
- gold g/t 8.07 7.54 [7] 7.95
Sales
- gold oz 91,744 28,312 120,056
All-In Sustaining Cost $/oz 1,083 1,261 1,125
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [17] $/oz 771 567 672

 

Brucejack's TRIFR of 1.1 recordable injuries per million hours for FY22 was a significant achievement under Newcrest ownership, reflecting ongoing behavioural safety improvements previously established by the Brucejack team, supported by a specific integration strategy focusing on critical safety standard reviews and people engagement.

On 25 February 2022, Newcrest received the final regulatory approval for the acquisition of Pretium Resources Inc. (Pretium). In accordance with accounting standards, Newcrest acquired control over Pretium effective from the date of this last regulatory approval. Newcrest legally completed the transaction on 9 March 2022. As a result, gold production in the March 2022 quarter increased by 7koz (from 17koz to 24koz) reflecting the period since Newcrest's acquisition.

Gold production of 90koz in the June 2022 quarter increased by 31% on a normalised basis mainly driven by higher mill throughput and higher gold head grade.

Newcrest continued to progress the three phase transformation program at Brucejack with the first 100 days of integration completed and over 150 key milestones successfully delivered. An update on the Brucejack uplift road map is expected to be released in August 2022 [4] .

Drilling continues to confirm the potential for resource growth at the Valley of the Kings deposit and the surrounding area with further high grade intercepts returned from the 1080 HBx Zone, the Bridge Zone and Gossan Hill North, which are all located outside the current published resource. The latest drilling results for Brucejack are included in the June 2022 Quarterly Exploration Report which was also released today.

Red Chris, Canada

Highlights [9] Metric Jun 2022 Qtr Mar
2022 Qtr
Dec
2021 Qtr
Sep
2021 Qtr
FY22 FY21 FY22
Guidance
TRIFR [11] mhrs 3.3 1.9 [12] 10.0 8.9 6.2 6.6
Production
- gold oz 13,678 8,463 9,527 10,674 42,341 45,922 40 - 42koz

- copper t 6,987 4,226 4,675 5,475 21,363 23,145 23 - 25kt
Head Grade
- gold g/t 0.39 0.36 0.33 0.34 0.35 0.39

- copper % 0.48 0.41 0.39 0.39 0.42 0.44
Sales - gold oz 11,459 9,222 8,933 11,306 40,921 45,643

- copper
t 6,633 4,651 4,213 5,817 21,313 23,002
All-In Sustaining Cost $/oz 1,258 1,537 1,622 1,071 1,349 2,248
All-In Sustaining Cost margin [17] $/oz 596 291 121 651 448 (452)

 

Red Chris recorded its lowest annual TRIFR on record at 6.2 recordable injuries per million hours for FY22, reflecting Newcrest's ongoing transformation of on-site safety behaviours and visible safety leadership. Injury rates were adjusted in the March 2022 quarter following an internal review of injury classifications.

Gold production of 14koz was 62% higher than the prior period largely driven by higher mill throughput following improved weather conditions. Gold recovery also increased in the quarter due to mill stabilisation, improved water quality and implementation of a pre-crusher blending program.

Red Chris' AISC of $1,258/oz was 18% lower than the prior period due to higher gold and copper sales volumes and the benefit of a weakening Canadian dollar against the US dollar. This was partly offset by a lower realised copper price and higher sustaining capital expenditure.

Drilling activities at East Ridge continue to expand the footprint and confirm continuity and extensions of the higher grade mineralisation. An Exploration Target for East Ridge has also been defined during the quarter. East Ridge is outside of Newcrest's initial Mineral Resource estimate and strike extents of this prospect remain open to the east. The latest drilling results for Red Chris and details of the East Ridge Exploration Target are included in the June 2022 Quarterly Exploration Report which was also released today.

Fruta Del Norte, Ecuador

Newcrest acquired the gold prepay and stream facilities and an offtake agreement in respect of Lundin Gold Inc.'s Fruta del Norte mine for $460 million in April 2020.

In the June 2022 quarter, Newcrest received net pre-tax cash flows of ~$34 million from these financing facilities, and has received a total of ~$226 million net pre-tax cash flows since acquisition of the facilities.

Included within Newcrest's gold production for the June 2022 quarter is 36koz relating to Newcrest's 32% equity interest in Lundin Gold Inc., the owner of the Fruta del Norte mine.

Project Development

Red Chris, Canada

Newcrest continued the development of the Block Cave during the June 2022 quarter with the exploration decline now progressed to 1,703 metres as at 13 July 2022. Installation of the surface infrastructure relating to the exploration decline is substantially complete.

The Feasibility Study, including the design optionality for an electrified mine, is progressing as planned. Key contracts have been awarded and critical path activities for the early works are progressing in line with expectations. Inflation and global supply chain interruptions are being considered as part of the Feasibility Study and value engineering is underway with the objective to offset any inflationary cost pressures. The Feasibility Study remains on track for completion in the second half of FY23 [4] .

The latest drilling results at Red Chris are included in the June 2022 Quarterly Exploration Report which was also released today.

Havieron, Western Australia

The Havieron Project is located 45km east of Newcrest's Telfer operation and is operated by Newcrest under a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) with Greatland Gold plc.

Newcrest holds a 70% interest in the Havieron Project and has an option to acquire an additional 5% joint venture interest. The option price for the 5% interest has been determined by an independent valuer to be US$60 million in accordance with the process under the JVA. Newcrest has 30 business days from 20 July 2022 to elect whether to exercise the option [2] [0] .

The development of the exploration decline continued to experience poor ground conditions during the quarter with 489 metres complete as at 13 July 2022. Development advance rates accelerated compared to the prior period, but continue to be significantly impacted by unfavourable geotechnical and hydrogeological conditions requiring extensive local and surface dewatering, pre-excavation ground treatment and substantial ground support installation. Ground conditions have recently improved in line with the geotechnical modelling forecast, and a steady improvement in development rates is expected during the September 2022 quarter [4] . Changes in the design of the decline have been implemented bringing the first downward spiral to the current chainage, with better ground conditions being realised. The schedule for first ore is currently under review and will be updated with the release of the Feasibility Study, which remains on track for completion during the December 2022 quarter [4] .

The infrastructure construction program to support the early works decline progression is largely complete. Establishment of the site administration facilities, supporting mine and water management infrastructure has also been successfully completed.

Technical work to support the development of the Feasibility Study is ongoing. Works are also ongoing to progress the necessary approvals and permits required to commence construction of the infrastructure which will support production at Havieron. Newcrest is reviewing the impact of inflationary pressures on future capital expenditure and operating costs as part of the Feasibility Study, with value engineering and other cost mitigation strategies underway.

The growth drilling program continues to identify and expand high grade extensions to the mineralisation in the Eastern Breccia, South East Crescent Zone and Northern Breccia. The latest drilling results for the Havieron Project are included in the June 2022 Quarterly Exploration Report which was also released today.

Wafi-Golpu, Papua New Guinea

Further discussions between Newcrest and its joint venture partner Harmony, and the PNG Government took place during the quarter regarding the potential terms of a Mining Development Contract, which is required for a Special Mining Lease. A range of fiscal and non-fiscal matters are being considered and the parties continue working to progress negotiations as part of the permitting process for the Wafi-Golpu Project.

Exploration

See the separately released "Quarterly Exploration Report" for the June 2022 quarter.

Sustainability Update

Newcrest continued to progress its sustainability commitments during the period. The FY22 Sustainability Report is expected to be released during the December 2022 quarter, and will provide an update on key achievements for FY22.

The development of the Group Net Zero Emissions Roadmap continued to progress and will outline the key steps for Newcrest to deliver its goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Scoping and planning for the trials and studies to support the Roadmap are currently underway. Other key initiatives for FY22 are progressing in line with expectations, including ongoing actions for the site Greenhouse Gas Management and site Water Efficiency plans.

Newcrest continues to implement actions through its Respect@Work program to ensure everyone across its global workforce feels safe, respected and valued. In particular, a dedicated team has focused on actions to prevent and eliminate any form of sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace, based on independent expert advice. This complements an ongoing program promoting inclusion, diversity and psychological safety across all operations and locations.

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