Tanami

Location: 540 kilometers north west of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
Metals Mined: Gold Mine Type: Underground
Annual Gold Production*: 500 attributable Koz Date of First Production: 1983

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Kalgoorlie KCGM

Location: Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia
Metals Mined: Gold
Mine Type: Surface
Annual Gold Production*: 318,000 attributable ounces
Date of First Production: 1989

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Boddington

Location: 16 kilometers from Boddington, Western AustraliaMetals Mined: Gold, copper
Mine Type: Surface
Annual Gold Production*: 703 attributable Koz
2019 Annual Copper Production: 77 million attributable pounds

35,000 attributable tonnes
Date of First Production: 2009

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Ahafo - Ghana

Location: 307 kilometers northwest of Accra, Ghana
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Annual Gold Production*:643 attributable Koz
Date of First Production:2006

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Akyem - Ghana

Location: 111 miles northwest of Accra, Ghana
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold Annual Gold Production*: 422 attributable Koz
Date of First Production: 2013

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Cerro Negro

Location: Argentina
Type of Mine: Underground
Gold Production: 334 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Yanacocha

Location: 800 kilometers northeast of Lima, Peru
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Annual Gold Production*: 270 attributable Koz
Date of First Production: 1993

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Merian

Location: 66 kilometers south of Moengo, Suriname
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Annual Gold Production*: 393 attributable Koz
Date of First Production: Q4 2016

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Pueblo Viejo

Location: Dominican Republic
Type of Mine: Open pit
Gold Production: 287 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Peñasquito

Location: Mexico
Type of Mine: Open pit
Gold Production: 129 attributable Koz
Annual Gold Production*: 129 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Nevada

Location: Multiple locations in Northern Nevada, United States
Mine Type: Surface and underground
Metals Mined: Gold, Copper, Silver
Date of First Production: 1965

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Cripple Creek & Victor

Location: Near the towns of Cripple Creek and Victor Metals Mined: Gold and Silver Mine Type: 4 surface operations Annual Gold Production*: 322 attributable Koz
Date of First Production: 1976

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Porcupine

Location: Timmins, Ontario
Type of Mine: Underground, open pit and stockpiles
Gold Production: 223 attributable Koz
Annual Gold Production*: 223 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Musselwhite

Location: Opapamiskan Lake, Ontario
Type of Mine: Underground
Gold Production: 3 attributable Koz
Annual Gold Production*: 3 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Éléonore

Location: Eeyou Istchee/James Bay, Northern Quebec
Type of Mine: Underground
Gold Production: 246 attributable Koz
Annual Gold Production*: 246 attributable Koz

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Spokane

The Midnite mine – one of our legacy sites – is a former uranium mine located within the Spokane Tribe of Indians reservation in the state of Washington

Western Shoshone, Shoshone-Paiute and Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation (“Goshute”)

The Western Shoshone, Shoshone-Paiute and Goshute are indigenous to the Great Basin region in which Newmont’s Nevada operations reside.

Pamaka Maroon Tribe of the Marowijne River

The Merian mine is located on the traditional lands of the Pamaka, and we engage extensively with the people of the tribe.

Gnaala Karla Booja

The Gnaala Karla Booja (GKB) are the Noongar Native Title Claimants of the land where we operate the Boddington mine in Western Australia.

Ninga Mia

The Ninga Mia Village, which houses around 100 aboriginal residents near our KCGM operation in Australia, was established in 1983 to provide more permanent accommodation for transient aboriginal people.

Warlpir

The Warlpiri people are the owners and traditional custodians of the land on which our Tanami mine in Australia’s Northern Territory is located.

Overview

Overview

Prior to the Joint Venture, Newmont has been pouring gold in Nevada for over 50 years along a 100-mile corridor in the northern part of the state. On July 1, 2019, Barrick Gold Corporation and Newmont Corporation have successfully concluded the transaction establishing Nevada Gold Mines LLC. Nevada Gold Mines is 61.5% owned and operated by Barrick, and 38.5% owned by Newmont. The assets of Nevada Gold Mines comprise 10 underground and 12 open pit mines, two autoclave facilities, two roasting facilities, four oxide mills, a flotation plant and five heap leach facilities.

Key Facts

Identified synergies are expected to deliver up to $500 million per year over the first five years from 2020, stepping down over time after that. These will come mainly from integrated mine planning, optimized mining and processing, cost reductions and the combination of the adjacent Turquoise Ridge and Twin Creeks, which will be operated as a single mine. Learn more here.

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Operation Facts

Nevada
Location:

Location: Multiple locations in Northern Nevada, United States
Mine Type: Surface and underground
Metals Mined: Gold, Copper, Silver
Date of First Production: 1965


Carlin

Carlin’s integrated mining operations consist of three open pits and four underground mines. The open pits include the Emigrant pit and the Gold Quarry pit in the South end of the Carlin Trend and the Silverstar pit at the North end of the Carlin Trend. The underground mines include Leeville , which is a shaft mine , along with Chukar, Pete Bajo and Exodus , which are portal mines. Carlin produced 944,000 ounces of gold in 2016, and at December 31, 2016, reported 15.0 million ounces of gold reserves.

Location:

Location: Multiple locations west of Elko, NV on the Carlin Trend
Metals Mined: Gold
2018 Annual Gold Production*: 927,000 attributable ounces
Date of First Production: 1983
Mines: Gold Quarry, Emigrant / Rain, Chukar, Exodus, Pete Bajo, Leeville

Operations-Location-Nevada

Phoenix

The Phoenix property is comprised of the Phoenix operations and the Lone Tree operations. Phoenix is an open pit operation and was acquired through the Battle Mountain Gold merger and began operations in 2006. Lone Tree is an open pit operation and was acquired through the Santa Fe merger and began operations in 1991. The Phoenix operations produced 209,000 ounces of gold and 42 million pounds of copper in 2016, and at December 31, 2016, reported 4.3 million ounces of gold reserves and 1,260 million pounds of copper reserves.

Location:

Location: Multiple locations near town of Battle Mountain, NV
Metals Mined: Gold, Copper
2018 Annual Gold Production*: 241,000 attributable ounces
2018 Annual Copper Production*: 32 million attributable pounds
14,000 attributable tonnes
Date of First Production: 1964
Mines: Phoenix, Lone Tree

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Twin Creeks

The Twin Creeks property is comprised of the Twin Creeks mine and the Turquoise Ridge Joint Venture. The Twin Creeks mine is an open pit mine that began operations in 1987 and was acquired through the Santa Fe merger in 1997. In July 2017, Twin Underground was approved for funding. Twin Underground is a portal mine beneath Twin Creeks Vista surface mine. We have a 25% interest in a joint venture with a subsidiary of Barrick Gold Corporation (Barrick) in Turquoise Ridge. Operations at Turquoise Ridge consist of an underground mine. Barrick is the operator of the joint venture. The Twin Creeks operation produced 453,000 ounces of gold in 2016, and at December 31, 2016, reported 4.9 million ounces of attributable gold reserves.

Location:

Location: 35 miles northeast of Winnemucca, NV
Metals Mined: Gold
2018 Annual Gold Production*: 359,000 attributable ounces
Date of First Production: 1993
Mines: Twin Creeks

Operations-Location-Nevada

Long Canyon

The Long Canyon mine is an open pit mine that began operations in 2016. The Long Canyon operation produced 22,000 ounces of gold in November and December of 2016, and at December 31, 2016, reported 1.2 million ounces of attributable gold reserves.

Location:

Location: 75 miles east of Elko, NV
Metals Mined: Gold
2018 Annual Gold Production*: 170,000 attributable ounces
Date of First Production: 2016
Mines: Long Canyon

Operations-Location-Nevada

Location History

Fifty years ago on May 4, 1965, Newmont poured our first gold bar from the Carlin Mine in Nevada, marking the beginning of what has become one of the largest and most productive gold mining districts in the world. Newmont Carlin Trend operations have since generated millions of ounces of gold, created thousands of jobs and helped the communities of northern Nevada grow and thrive over the last five decades.

The productivity and longevity of the Carlin Trend has been central to Newmont’s growth and success, both in Nevada and at our operations around the world. This milestone would not be possible without the ingenuity and hard work of our employees, as well as the support of our business partners and the local communities of northern Nevada, many of whom believe that the best of Carlin is yet to come. We look forward to the next fifty years of safe, profitable and responsible gold mining.

Health and Safety

Our goal is to create a culture of zero harm and a workplace free of injuries and occupational illnesses. At our North America operations, we have several programs and tools to help us achieve that goal. Through a focus on employee engagement, vital behaviors, leadership coaching, field interactions, and mitigation of safety and health risks, we will continue our journey towards Integration and Zero Harm.

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Vital Behaviors

Vital Behaviors is a process that puts ownership into the hands of those with the greatest impact and influence; our front-line employees and encourages their involvement in health and safety. In the Vital Behaviors process, our employees submit stories of personal instances where they demonstrated or observed at-risk behaviors, or intervened when identifying an at-risk behavior. Peer representatives, known as Opinion Leaders, analyze each story to determine common themes. The themes are further analyzed to develop three to four key Vital Behaviors that, when followed, will prevent injury and loss. The Opinion Leaders then work through the process to engage their peers, identifying actions that will both motivate and enable their fellow employees to follow the Vital Behaviors. A total of 10 Vital Behaviors teams exist throughout the region, which includes operations, support and contractor members.

Leadership Coaching

To compliment the success of Vital Behaviors and other employee-led safety efforts, Leadership Coaching was introduced in 2014. Leadership Coaching is a process where skilled coaches accompany supervisors in their work areas to provide real-time feedback in the areas of: visible felt leadership, effective communication, hazard identification, risk management, operational accountability and promotion of vital behaviors. Individual feedback sessions are conducted frequently to monitor the supervisors’ progress against agreed targets. When the leadership coaching is completed it then becomes part of the performance management process and supervisors are rewarded based on how effectively they perform these skills.

Employee-led Safety Programs

We have two employee-led safety programs in Nevada called the Employee Safety Program (ESP) and Talking Safety. Both programs are about employee engagement by identifying hazards in the work place and then management providing support to correct those hazards. These safety improvements are well documented so success of the program is very transparent. The goal of these programs is to encourage employees to make safety their first thought for everything they do, because talking about safety ensures we think about safety.

Safety Interactions

At our mine sites, supervisors and managers focus on conducting frequent Safety Interactions with our employees doing hazardous work. The Safety Interaction is a conversation with an individual on their work activities, the risks associated with that activity and to provide positive feedback or coaching on the “behavior.” The purpose of a Safety Interaction is to positively influence the safety behaviors of our employees over time through leaders having one-on-one conversations on observed work behaviors.

Mine Emergency Response Teams

Each of our Newmont North America mine sites are equipped with an on-site Mine Emergency Response Team (MERT) made up of men and women who are highly skilled professional miners – equipment operators, mechanics, electricians, blasting technician, geologists, engineers, etc. – who bring important work experience to their roles on the team. Members of the MERT teams are trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and Emergency Medical Responders (EMR). The MERT teams participate in specialized trainings and mock-drills throughout the year. These teams also test their preparedness, skills and speed against industry peers in mine rescue competitions across the country. Mine rescue contests are designed to sharpen skills and test the knowledge of team members who would be called on to respond to a mine emergency. Each contest requires that MERT members solve a hypothetical problem while being timed and observed by judges, who enforce complex requirements.

Community

Newmont’s success in building sustainable operations is based on our company’s value of demonstrating leadership in safety, stewardship of the environment and social responsibility throughout all phases of the mining life-cycle.

Newmont Legacy Fund

The Newmont Legacy Fund, a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization, was formed to create long-term community sustainability across northern Nevada and to ensure that the legacy of our employees and Newmont contributes to the health and wellbeing of future generations. This program provides an opportunity for our employees to support local non-profit organizations of their choice today or to invest in the Newmont Endowment Fund, which will provide community sustainability in the future. Newmont matches each employee’s donations dollar for dollar to increase the local benefit. Since the inception of the Legacy Fund in 2010, we have been able to support more than 225 northern Nevada non-profit organizations with over $12.1 million and have begun to grow the endowment fund by approximately $225,000 per year resulting in a current balance of over $1.3 million. The Newmont Legacy Fund continued successfully through the end of 2019.

Educational Outreach

Newmont supports a number of educational programs throughout the region – from K-12 to college and post-graduate studies. Newmont is committed to increasing educational opportunities, not only in the mining sector, but also in other disciplines critical for the ongoing sustainability of our economy and way of life.

Community Volunteering

Our employees devote countless hours to volunteerism in Nevada communities. Broad-based community volunteer efforts contribute to projects such as clean-up events, parks and recreation construction and more.

Community Investment

At Newmont Mining Corporation, we believe in the importance of investing in the future of our communities. We are committed to the development of meaningful and measurable programs within our communities through volunteer efforts and financial support. Areas of interest that may receive assistance include youth, education, recreation, art, culture and history, environment, health and welfare, underserved populations and civic enhancement. To apply for funding through Newmont’s Community Investment Program, please complete the Community Investment Application and return to community communityrelations@newmont.com.

Mine Tour Information

We invite you to visit our Long Canyon, Gold Quarry, Phoenix or Twin Creeks operations for a first-hand look at our innovation, teamwork and modern mining practices. Tours take place in the summer months each Thursday of the month. Contact our community relations team to sign up for your mining experience!

Environment

We take our responsibility for preserving the region’s natural resources very seriously. All of our mines operate under ISO 14001 accredited environmental management systems, and all facilities that use cyanide are certified as compliant with the International Cyanide Management Code. Many of our employees are involved in regional environmental and resource conservation programs.

Compliance and Reporting

All of Newmont’s Nevada sites, facilities and projects are subject to environmental regulations. At each of our operations, Newmont has a staff of environmental professionals and technicians.

Partnerships

In 1993, Newmont, along with the Bureau of Land Management, entered into the Maggie Creek Watershed Restoration Project to focus on improving the riparian areas and stream conditions of Maggie Creek, which flows along SR 227 north of Carlin, Nevada. Partners of the Maggie Creek Watershed Restoration Project include the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Nevada Department of Wildlife, Newmont Mining Corporation, Trout Unlimited, TS Ranch and Maggie Creek Ranch.

Closure and Reclamation

Nevada’s vast wide open spaces are beautiful and we want them to remain so. In keeping with this commitment, we have made reclamation and closure of Newmont properties a critical part of the planning and operation of each mine.

Newmont has received numerous “Excellence in Mine Reclamation Awards” from the Bureau of Land Management in recognition of our active and ongoing commitment to responsible closure and reclamation throughout Nevada.

Documents

Design Plans
Fugitive Dust Control
Monitoring

Contact

Elko Office

1655 Mountain City Highway
Elko, NV 89801
T: 775.778.4000

Employment Verification/Human Resource Information

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