Egypt-focussed gold mining and exporting company Centamin has published an operational update stating that operations have resumed at its Sukari gold mine.
The news comes days after operations at the Sukari mine were put on hold following a suspension of fuel supply. Centamin stated that fuel supply to the mine had resumed following Monday's announcement on the commencement of gold exports.
A statement from Capital Drilling, an emerging and developing markets drilling company, said: "Capital Drilling will now ramp up production over the coming weeks at the Sukari mine."
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Centamin's share price was up 5.04% to 43.55p at 13:21 on Thursday afternoon.
Capital Drilling's share price was up 15.38% to 26.25p at 13:21 on Thursday afternoon.
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