Sihayo Gold says Indonesia mine to resume work after attack

Tue Jun 7, 2011 9:43am GMT

JAKARTA Jun 7 (Reuters) – Sihayo Gold’s will restart operations at an Indonesian gold mining project in northern Sumatra by Monday, after demonstrators attacked and set fire to its camp late last month, an executive at the Australian firm said on Tuesday.

Sihayo Gold’s subsidiary Sorikmas Mining closed its operations in late May after a demonstration of about 300 people turned ugly, Paul Willis, chief executive officer at Australian parent firm Sihayo Gold, told Reuters.

Sorikmas Mining is 75 percent owned by Sihayo Gold, and plans to start gold production of 70,000 ounces in 2013 once exploration work is complete and government permits obtained. (Reporting by Michael Taylor; Editing by Neil Chatterjee)


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