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Barrick Goldstrike is a gold mine in North Eastern Nevada, Lynn District, Eureka County. It is located on the Carlin Trend where several other mines are found. Barrick Gold started mining Goldstrike in 1986. It is a part of the largest gold mining company in North America, Barrick. Goldstrike is the largest gold mine in North America.
The Goldstrike consist of three distinct mines. The large open-pit mine Betze-Post and the two Underground mines Meikle and Rodeo. The ore of all three mines is milled and heap leached with the cyanide process. Source:
Wikipedia, Goldstrike Mine.
Barrick Gold Corporation is the largest pure gold mining company in the world, with its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; and four regional business units (RBU's) located in Australia, Africa, North America and South America. Barrick is currently undertaking mining and exploration projects in Papua New Guinea, the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, Australia, Peru, Chile, Russia, South Africa, Pakistan, Colombia, Argentina and Tanzania.
Wikipedia, Barrick Gold.