B2Gold expects $630 million cash flow in 2021, drawn mainly from the Fekola mine in Mali

B2Gold expects $630 million cash flow in 2021, drawn mainly from the Fekola mine in Mali

The Canadian registered company, which operates three mines, two in Africa, is experiencing a solid upswing in its operations. With a positive cash flow, it has reloaded an option on a $600 million syndicated loan arranged by HSBC.

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            ▪ B2Gold expects $630 million cash flow in 2021, drawn mainly from the Fekola mine in Mali

▪ The Canadian registered company, which operates three mines, two in Africa, is experiencing a solid upswing in its operations. With a positive cash flow, it has reloaded an option on a $600 million syndicated loan arranged by HSBC.

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The Fekola gold mine in the Cercle de Kéniéba region in southwest Mali is becoming the main cash cow of B2Gold, a junior registered in Vancouver. According to the company’s latest forecasts, Malian production is expected to reach 220 000 oz of gold in the first half of the year and at least 310 000 oz in the second half.

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