Production volume of gold mines in Iran 2005 2020 Published by Amna Puri Mirza, Aug 26, 2020 This statistic describes the annual production volume of gold mines in the Iran from 2005 to 2014 and an...
The history of mining in Iran can be divided into two periods. The first, the ancient and pre modern period, is evidenced by abandoned mines where modern Western techniques and equipment, such as earthmoving machinery and explosives, were not deployed .
The operation of the mine will give a 3 ton rise to Irans production of gold bullion. In other words, Zarshuran Mine will produce 10 kg of pure gold on a daily basis. The mine has a proven reserve of at least 110 tons of pure gold.
According to the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade figures, Iran has 15 gold mines, 12 of which are active. Gold exploration is underway in most provinces, including East Azarbaijan, West Azarbaijan, Kurdestan, Kerman, Khorasan Razavi, South Khorasan, Isfahan, Yazd, Markazi, Qom, Hamedan and Zanjan.
Important Gold Mines in Iran The largest gold mine in Iran was discovered in the Takab city of Western Azarbaijan province. It was reported that the city of Takab had confirmed gold reserves of over 4 tons. The ores average approximately 5 grams of gold per ton.
Iran39;s total gold reserves are estimated at 320 metric tons. Based on a short term program , gold production will reach five tons per year. Under the long term plan, the figure will rise to 25 tons per annum. The main gold rich regions in Iran are:
Zarshouran Gold Mine, located 35 kilometers from Takab in the northwestern province of West Azarbaijan, is the biggest gold mine in the Middle East, containing 30% of Irans gold reserves....