Welcome to Ruby Creek
Ruby Creek is developing a gold property located in Tanzania known as the Gold Plateau. Ruby's Gold Plateau Project consists of a property with a 10 year mining licence and a number of adjacent properties containing similar deposit characteristics.
The region hosts extensive artisanal gold mining activities. Ruby Creek has mining and processing equipment onsite and additional processing equipment enroute and is restarting its gold production plan.
Ruby Creek intends to begin a hard rock exploration program on the properties in 2016.
Our mission statement
Our Mission is to identify, acquire, and develop gold mining properties.
We must maximize value for our shareholders and stakeholders. We take this seriously by aggressively pursuing select opportunities as they arise while minimizing share capital dilution.
After a period of re-structuring, late in 2013 Ruby Creek Resources commenced forward selling a portion of it’s future gold production in the UK, due for delivery 10 months from date of sale, a Forward Gold Sale.
The brochure Statement was as follows:
Ruby Creek was first incorporated in 2006 with the company’s principle business being the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties. In 2010 Ruby Creek Resources (Tanzania) was formed and was followed by several more Tanzanian companies in 2011. The USA office is located in Los Angeles, and the Tanzania office in Dar es Salaam.
The company is developing a gold property located in an area of Tanzania known as the Gold Plateau. This Gold Plateau Project consists of a property with a 10-year mining license and a number of adjacent properties with similar deposit characteristics. The region hosts extensive artisanal gold mining activities.
- Ruby Creek is actively developing, exploring and expanding the Gold Plateau Project, more than 1500 km2 of prospecting and mining rights in Southern Tanzania.
- It has acquired its first mining license on the Gold Plateau, for ten years across ten square kilometres, as part of the acquisition of the Gold Standard Co. This acquisition included mining equipment.
- Test mining was conducted from September, 2010 to May, 2012.
- The mining license allows Ruby Creek to start commercial gold production.
Presently operations are in the test and commissioning phase and are moving toward continuous gold production. Ruby Creek has equipment capacity of 40 ton/hour with the potential of increasing to 60 ton/ hour. Additional equipment is planned to further increase capacity to over 200 ton/hour in the next year.