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Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or presentation 6-Nov-13 1:30pm GMT

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Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or presentation 6-Nov-13 1:30pm GMT

TORONTO Sep 4, 2015 (Thomson StreetEvents) -- Edited Transcript of IAMGOLD Corp earnings conference call or presentation Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 1:30:00pm GMT

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Corporate Participants

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* Bob Tait

IAMGOLD Corp - VP of IR

* Steve Letwin

IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO

* Carol Banducci

IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO

* Gord Stothart

IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO

* Craig MacDougall

IAMGOLD Corp - SVP of Exploration

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Conference Call Participants

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* Andrew Quail

Goldman Sachs - Analyst

* Pawel Rajszel

National Bank Financial - Analyst

* Dan Rollins

RBC Capital Markets - Analyst

* Patrick Chidley

HSBC - Analyst

* Joseph Reagor

Roth Capital Partners - Analyst

* David Haughton

BMO Capital Markets - Analyst

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Presentation

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Operator [1]

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Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and thank you for standing by. Welcome to IAMGOLD Corporation's 2013 third-quarter financial results conference call.

(Operator Instructions)

I would like to remind everyone that this conference call is being recorded on Wednesday November 6, 2013 at 8.30 AM Eastern standard time. I would now like to turn the call over to Mr. Bob Tait, Vice President, Investor Relations. Please go ahead, sir.

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Bob Tait, IAMGOLD Corp - VP of IR [2]

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Thank you, John. Welcome to IAMGOLD conference call for the third quarter of 2013. Last night we released our financial results for the quarter, which along with the accompanying financial statements, notes and MD&A can be found on our website at IAMGOLD.com.

Joining me on the conference call are Steve Letwin, President and CEO of IAMGOLD; Gord Stothart, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; Carol Banducci, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Craig MacDougall, Senior Vice President, Exploration; and Tim Bradburn, Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Our remarks today will include forward-looking statements. I refer you to the cautionary language regarding forward-looking information in our disclosure documents and advise that the same cautionary language applies to our remarks during the call. We have prepared slides which can be viewed via our website and I'll now turn the call over to our President and CEO, Steve Letwin.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [3]

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Thanks, Bob, and thanks everyone for joining us on the call. Let me start by saying how extremely pleased I am with the quarter. It's our third successful quarter in a row. We have demonstrated some great results. We have great traction, and our team has really come together in our assault on costs.

Our outlook for gold over the long-term is optimistic, but at the same time we are prudently planning for lower gold prices. I think you see that in our strategy overall.

Our approach to preserving liquidity is multidimensional. We will continue to reduce costs. We will continue to be highly disciplined around capital spending. And this quarter our dividend policy will be under review.

As I have previously stated, we will not do anything that would put our balance sheet in any kind of difficulty or undue stress. And preserving cash ensures we maintain the flexibility we need to take advantage of opportunities if and when they arise.

We are blessed with a very strong balance sheet. We have a very strong cash position and we are not point to put that in any kind of jeopardy.

On slide 6 we have our third-quarter highlights. In the third quarter net earnings were $0.07 a share and net cash from operating activities before working capital was $0.18 a share.

Third quarter attributable gold production of 228,000 ounces and was up 11% year over year and our third-quarter cash costs of $807 an ounce. An all-in sustaining cost of $1,216 an ounce were within guidance. We were over three-quarters of the way to achieving our cost reduction target. So overall, extremely happy with the quarter.

On slide 7, beating cost guidance in the first two quarters of the year led us to lower our guidance, as you know. With third-quarter total cash costs of $807 per ounce, near the lower end of our revised guidance range and our year-to-date cash costs are coming in at $793 per ounce, with one quarter to go. I am confident we will finish the year well within guidance.

Our All-in sustaining costs for the quarter and year to date of $1,216 per ounce and $1,231 per ounce, respectively, remain within guidance as well. Note that these numbers include our joint venture operations. If you exclude these you will see from the charts on the left side of the slide that we do an even better job, almost $75 an ounce where we own and operate, which again was a theme song that we have had for a number of years in terms of trying to operate what we own.

On slide 8, looking at maintaining our production and cost guidance, we look at production as well. Where we are owned and operated mines are stronger performers overall at 640,000 ounces year to date for all gold mines. We are on track for meeting our production guidance for 2013.

Westwood continues to ramp up while we focus on increasing underground development activity. I know there's been a lot of noise around Westwood with the change in our commercial production date.

The Board is going to talk to that a lot more comprehensively, but let me just tell you that my confidence in Westwood is as high as ever. Our forecast for ounces next year has not changed. The economic outlook for Westwood hasn't changed. The classification of the ounces has changed.

In terms of our operation at Westwood, I am very, very pleased with what work has been done. We had a few hiccups in terms of the operation of it this year that changed our ability to move to commercial as quickly as we would like. But in terms of the economic value of that mine, it is as strong or even stronger than what we thought a year ago.

So our view of the long-term potential of this mine remains very high. In this lower gold price environment, as we reassess all of our mine plans, this mine stands out as one of our top performers going into the future.

Early in the year we will, with project updates with our production and cost guidance for 2014. And let me assure you that as we go into this budget process for 2014, we will be hitting costs as hard as ever.

We'll be putting a lot of effort and a lot of energy to keep our costs low, keep our capital allocation within our cash flow and cash balances for the end of the year. And again, because we have a very strong position financially, we are in a very good position to act opportunistically around our own mines and look at some small opportunities in and around those mines to either build or sustain our production.

We are in great shape going into the end of the year. Our cost position is very strong and we have the ability here in our next budget cycle, to improve on that.

On slide 9, we talked about getting back to cost. The success of our cost reduction program reflects its early and rigorous implementation. We're out of the gate early because we had to be, in the challenges we face with the harder rock, higher stripping ratios and given our geographic locations, high power costs.

We are a low-grade producer. I have said this many times. We are who we are. And as a result of that, we have to strive for excellence, look for cost efficiencies all day long. Which is what we are going to be doing and have been doing.

We've realized $77 million in cost savings to date. That is not chump change. That is a big number. I expect that we will not only meet this target, but do better than that.

I've been asked if we are going to stop there. And the answer is no. We are going to keep cutting. We're never going to compromise safety, we are never going to compromise our sustainability in the community. We're never going to compromise our environment position, which is top in the class.

But we are low-grade. It means we have to keep cutting costs. And that is how we are going to operate, we're going to lead ourselves to excellence as a low-grade operator. We want to be top of class in that particular area. So our team is working very hard to get there.

On slide 10, our capital program, three-quarters of our development and expansion CapEx this year was at Essakane and Westwood. This year marks their completion on time and on budget. Once we complete our 2014 budgeting process and the reassessment of our life-of-mine plans, we will have a better idea of our CapEx outlook for next year.

We are going to be putting a stake in the ground as best we can to keep our balance sheet in a very, very strong position, where we do not draw on our revolver, where we keep debt-free with respect to the banks. As you know, we have unsecured debt that exists on our balance sheet, some $650 million that is due in 2020.

Our goal really is to use our cash position and cash flow from operations basically to meet whatever capital requirements we have. That certainly is our target and in that particular way we keep our flexibility at it's utmost and our opportunistic opportunities at their utmost.

On slide 11 where we talk about disciplined capital allocation, our future capital spending decisions must meet our criteria for return on capital. And in today's gold price environment will be driven by the need to preserve liquidity.

For projects not yet off the ground, many factors have to be weighed and they will be weighed. We have said before, we have the option of waiting. In the meantime we will continue to de-risk the projects while we evaluate market conditions.

On slide 12, we have talked about this before. We have a great history of generating robust returns on capital, whether it is from acquiring mines or building and operating them. This is not a record we want to break.

Return on capital and our focus on the preservation of liquidity will continue to drive our planning decisions going forward. It is at the top of the list, just below safety. Return on capital employed is a flag that we wave at this Company, and we'll continue to wave it going forward. With that, I will turn it over to Carol.

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Carol Banducci, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO [4]

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Thanks, Steve, and good morning, everyone. Turning to slide 14, revenues in the third quarter of 2013 of $294 million were $43 million lower than the same period last year. The decline reflects a 20% drop in the average realized gold price, which was only partly offset by a higher volume of gold sales.

The increase in gold sales is due to two factors. Timing differences between production and sales, and no sale from Mouska in the previous year, due to the stockpiling of ore while the plant was being refurbished.

In the third quarter this year Mouska recorded sales of 13,000 ounces. Note that 11,000 of those ounces were actually produced in the second quarter but not sold until the beginning of the third.

While production was flat at Rosebel year-over-year, sales increased 9% due to a timing difference between production and sales in the previous year. This increase was partly offset by a decrease in sales at Essakane, due to lower production resulting from the expected drop in grade.

Slide 15 shows that we recorded earnings of $25 million or $0.07 a share for the quarter. The net impact of the adjustments this quarter was minimal, with adjusted earnings of $26 million. Compared to the second quarter this year when we adjusted for declines in the market value of marketable securities and equity investments, we in fact recorded a small reversal in the third quarter related to NV Metals.

In the third quarter 74% of the interest on the high-yield debt was capitalized, based on expected capital expenditures for this year approximately half of the annual interest will be capitalized. In the third quarter, our normalized effective tax rate was in line with guidance at 38%.

Turning to slide 16, net cash from operating activities before changes in working capital was $67 million or $0.18 a share. This compares to $104 million or $0.28 a share in the same period last year. This year-over-year decline was mainly due to the combination of lower revenue and higher cost of sales, partially offset by lower expiration expenses and lower income taxes paid.

Attributable gold production of 228,000 ounces in the third quarter was up 11% from the same period last year. The increase was due to the ramp-up in production at the Westwood mill as we batch processed ore from both Westwood and Mouska.

The Westwood mine produced 43,000 ounces of gold, which are pre-commercial ounces. The Mouska mine produced 2,000 ounces in the quarter compared to no ounces last year due to the refurbishment of the mill.

Looking at our other operations, Rosebel was flat year-over-year and production was lower at both Essakane and our joint venture operation. The lower production at Essakane was due to lower grade, partially offset by higher throughput.

As we previously said, we expect the grades to be lower than the life-of-mine average this year, while we process lower grade, softer ore stockpiled in previous years. In 2014 we should see a pickup in grades as we mine more hard rock.

Turning to slide 18, this shows the reconciliation between ounces produced and ounces sold. Excluding be 43,000 pre-commercial ounces from Westwood, attributable gold sales exceeded production by 10,000 ounces.

This was mainly due to Mouska, as 11,000 ounces produced in the second quarter were not sold until early in the third quarter. The balance was due to the net effect of the timing of shipments at Essakane and Rosebel.

Until the Westwood mine reaches commercial production, we net the revenue and related costs from the sale of pre-commercial ounces against capital expenditures. In the third quarter, 36,000 ounces of the pre-commercial, 43,000 ounces were sold.

As you have heard from Steve, we gained excellent traction with our cost reduction program. With more than three-quarters of the targeted reduction achieved so far, we are well on track to meeting our $100 million target.

Third-quarter total cash costs were $807 per ounce, at the lower end of our guidance range of $790 to $840, which we reduced in the second quarter. The increase in cash costs year-over-year was mainly due to higher energy costs associated with processing hard rock, the impact of lower grades on production and inflationary factors. We continue to benefit from our cost-containment initiatives, including lower power rates at Rosebel and efficiency improvements.

At our gold mines, all-in sustaining costs averaged $1,216 per ounce of gold sold compared to $1,065 per ounce in the third quarter of 2012. The year-over-year increase in all-in sustaining costs reflects higher total cash costs and higher sustaining capital expenditures to support a higher hard rock capacity level at Rosebel and Essakane.

For the operations we own and operate, total cash costs well below guidance at $735 an ounce, while all-in sustaining cost per ounce of $1,118 remained at the lower end of the guidance, as Steve mentioned. We also report all-in sustaining costs after subtracting Niobec's operating margin, none of it sustaining capital expenditures.

As we previously explained, we do this to recognize how our overall cost of production benefits from the cash flow generated by Niobec. For the third quarter the benefit from Niobec was $82 an ounce, which reduced all-in sustaining costs to $1,134 per ounce.

Turning to slide 20, while the precipitous slide in the gold price experienced in the first half of the year was somewhat abated with our average realized gold price in the third quarter, down only 3% from the previous quarter, the year-over-year decline was 20%. This, along with the year-over-year increase in total cash costs, lower our gold margin for the third quarter 2013 to $527 an ounce.

Turning to Niobec, niobium production was up 8% in the quarter mainly due to a 10% increase in throughput. Revenue of $48 million in the quarter was in line with the same period 2012, as lower sales were offset by marginally higher niobium prices.

Despite flat revenue growth, the continued focus on efficiency improvements drove operating margins up 19% to $19 a kilogram. Niobec continues to be a very stable business, as niobium prices and volumes are holding steady. We've sold virtually all of our production for 2013 and are in the process of negotiating next year's contracts.

This last slide shows our liquidity position of $1.3 billion as of the end of September 2013. The reduction in cash and cash equivalents reflects the outlay capital for our developments and expansion projects, namely Westwood and Essakane, which will be completed at the end of this year. As well, we distributed $94 million in dividends to our shareholders during the year.

With market conditions the way they are, conserving cash is not optional. Steve has already talked about our dividend policy being under review. I want to stress the importance that we place on financial strength. We will manage our spending in a way that allows us to enhance profitability while maintaining the flexibility we need to act opportunistically. And with that, I will turn it over to Gord for a closer look at the operations.

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [5]

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Thanks, Carol. Good morning, everybody. Starting on slide 24, as our operating results show, we're seeing the benefits of our cost reduction program. To date, we have achieved $38 million in cost savings at our operating sites with a target of reaching at least $54 million by the end of this year. With what we have achieved so far and understanding the work going on at the sites, I'm confident we will deliver as planned.

On our call last quarter, I went through some of the initiatives that each of our sites. This slide updates those examples along with some new initiatives that were implemented in the third quarter. Most of these are ongoing in nature with long-term sustainable benefits.

Rather than speak to all of them and I don't want to repeat what I talked about last quarter, I will comment on a few new initiatives this past quarter that highlight our focus on improving productivity and reducing costs at the sites. For instance, at Rosebel the drilling of blast holes during the rainy season can be costly. The holes can quickly fill up and/or collapse claps before the blasting crew can perform their work. As a result, holes have to be re-drilled. To counter this we have done two things.

Firstly, we have implemented an aggressive de-watering process in the pits and we have improved the coordination of shifts for the drilling and blasting crews. As a result, the blasting crew now loads explosives in the blast holes immediately after they have been drilled. Not only does this significant reduce the need and costs of re-drilling, it has improved overall drill productivity, allowing us to drill out more tonnes per hour worked.

Another example with less than a six-month payback was the installation of a drinking water treatment system at Essakane. This initiative eliminated the need to purchase bottled drinking water, which was costing us close to $1.5 million a year.

You can imagine the amount of drinking water that gets consumed in this extremely hot and arid climate. All cost savings will be embedded in our cost structures as we move forward with the 2014 budgeting process.

Now I will walk you through each of our operations, starting with Rosebel. Production at Rosebel in the third quarter was unchanged from the previous year and up 16% from the second quarter. The increase from the second quarter was due to an 8% increase in grade and a 7% increased throughput.

Since commissioning the third ball mill at the beginning of the second quarter, we are seeing a progressive improvement in throughput, up 5% in the second quarter and 7% in the third. We expect this to continue even with the increasing proportion of hard rock, which should be at around 30% by the end of this year.

Total cash costs of $729 an ounce for the third quarter were up 6% year over year. Given the higher maintenance and fuel costs associated with longer hauls and the mining and processing of harder ore, this increase was expected. Positively, compared to the second quarter of this year, cash costs were down $16 an ounce.

As stated previously, we expect annual site costs at Rosebel to potentially be reduced by up to $50 an ounce as a result of the lower power rate agreements. With respect to the future plan for Rosebel, the feasibility study assessing the number of hard rock scenarios which incorporates the reduced power rates, is nearing completion.

Looking at Essakane, lower production year over year was due to the planned processing of lower grade saprolite ore stockpiles during 2013. That's why the grades we're seeing this year are 10% to 15% below the life-of-mine average grade.

Partially offsetting the impact of lower grades on production was higher throughput, for year over year, as well as versus the prior quarter. This improving trend in mill throughput reflects the expansion of crushing and milling capacity to accommodate harder ore. The new pebble crusher has now been in operation since mid- April.

We are on track and on budget for completing a mill expansion at the end of December. As we increase the proportion of higher grade hard rock through the mill, we expect to see production increase by as much as 25% to 30% in 2014 in terms of gold production.

Stripping continues with the pushback at the main pit. We are stockpiling some higher grade hard ore in anticipation of the start of the expanded plant.

The higher grades will help mitigate the impact of the higher energy consumption required to treat harder ore and bring grades closer to the life-of-mine average. At the same time, we are exploring opportunities to reduce power cost, including the possibility of connecting to the Burkina National Grid.

Turning to our Abitibi operations, batch processing of ore in the Westwood mill continued through the third quarter with Mouska producing 2,000 ounces and the Warrenmac zone at the Westwood mine producing 43,000 ounces. The mill continues to process at planned rates of 2,000 to 2,300 tonnes a day.

At the end of September, the two mines combined had produced 101,000 ounces to date. We continued to be and target for producing between 130,000 and 150,000 ounces of gold in 2013.

While we previously communicated that the Westwood mine was expected to reach commercial production by the end of October, we have revised the start date to the third quarter of 2014. This was the result of a reassessment of the wrap-up of the mine in light of two previously disclosed events.

The first incident reported in June of this year involved a software malfunction which put the service hoist out of commission. And in August we experienced a rock burst, damaging some drifts in a small localized zone.

While there were no injuries we temporarily suspended operations in that particular area of the mine for safety reasons, limiting access to that portion of the orebody. Rehabilitation of this zone to re-access the ore is underway.

While these two events triggered a reassessment of the ramp-up, further evaluation of the impact of these events has given us a better understanding of the mine to modify our designs as necessary to safely realize it's full potential. In a way, we can look at this as an opportunity to build a better mine plan.

As we said in the second quarter, mining of Warrenmac ore has been very positive in terms of mine recovery, grade reconciliation, dilution, and gold recovery in the mill. Based on these results as well as success in initial mining of stopes in the actual Westwood orebody, the new mine plan currently under revision will include significant volumes of ore to be mined by the less expensive open stoping technique versus the previously planned cut and fill technique.

In 2014 our focus in the first half of the year will be on continuing to increase underground development productivity, building on the improvements realized over the past 18 months. Our 2014 production outlook for the Westwood and Mouska mines combined is expected to range between 100,000 and 120,000 ounces, with a ramp-up of the Westwood mine to full capacity by the end of 2016. While the timeline for reaching commercial production has changed, it does not alter our long-term view of the mine plan, estimated mineral reserves and resources and life-of-mine throughput and production.

Looking at Sadiola, performance in the third quarter was disappointing. The lower production compared to the same quarter 2012 was a result of lower grades and recoveries, partially offset by higher throughput.

Compared to the second quarter of this year, the drop in production was a result of both lower throughput and recoveries as grades remain constant. The lower production accounts for the substantial increase in cash costs year over year. Production in the third quarter was impacted by the rainy season, restricting access to deeper sections of the existing pits, as well as by challenges encountered during the start up of mining in the new Tambali pit.

The operating costs at our joint venture operations continue to be much higher than those that are owned and operated mines. The Yatela mine has been one of our highest cost operations. This was one of the factors, along with safety in the pit and a drop in the gold price, leading to the joint decision with our JV partner to suspend mining excavation activities on September 30.

This decision shortened the life of mining activities by approximately six months from what was previously planned. However, the processing of ore previously mined at Yatela will continue until the end of 2016.

Turning to Niobec, operating performance was very strong in the third quarter. A 10% increase in throughput from both the previous quarter and the same quarter in 2012 boosted niobium production by 8%.

Our continued focus on improving both underground development productivity and processing efficiencies drove operating margins up by 19% year over year, and by 12% from the previous quarter. I'll now pass the mic on to Craig MacDougall, who will talk about exploration.

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Craig MacDougall, IAMGOLD Corp - SVP of Exploration [6]

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Thanks, Gord, and good morning, everyone. As you know, our planned exploration spending in 2013 was scaled back by 40% as part of the corporate-wide cost reduction program. This, together with our ongoing efforts to identify further savings in efficiencies in our programs, has reduced our forecast spend on exploration to $96 million for this year. With $35 million in cost savings to date, we have now achieved 88% of our target.

As discussed on the last quarter call, the most significant cuts are related to scaled-back drilling programs in Mali, Burkina Faso and Suriname, deferral of certain elements of the Cote Gold exploration and pre-feasibility study and the downsizing of some of our greenfield exploration teams. In this context, our focus and exploration this year has been on resource development work and target generation around our existing mines, and on select greenfield projects where programs were targeting the delineation of resources.

Let me give you a brief update on the status in two key greenfield projects. First the Boto gold project in Senegal. We announced the maiden resource estimate for this project at the end of July.

The vast majority of the estimate is in the indicated category which contained 1.1 million ounces at a grade of 1.62 grams per ton gold. In the third quarter, drilling was suspended during the annual rainy season but it is expected to resume in mid-November.

The program will continue to year end and is targeting a resource expansion of the newly discovered Malikoundi zone, which remains open along strike to the North as well as at depth down dip. The second project is the Pitangui project in the State of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Infill drilling of the Sao Sebastiao project continues throughout the third quarter. And we are seeing progress in targeting structurally secondaries, which is key to unlocking the resource potential.

We are working to be a position to complete a mineral resource estimate this quarter if results remain encouraging. I will now turn you back to Steve to wrap up.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [7]

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Thanks, Craig and Carol and Gord, for that overview. It's obvious that we are all operating in a very tough environment. The industry is going through a very tough time. Our performance to date is as what it is.

I get a lot of confidence that we are doing the right things to meet guidance. And that we're doing things right along the track of preserving cash, cutting our costs and allocating capital in the most attractive way for our shareholders. We're going to keep on that path. We are going to continue to preserve capital. We're going to continue to reduce these costs. We're going to continue to improve productivity.

Again, although we are optimistic in our outlook for gold, in the long run we will prudently plan for a lower gold price environment. And we will reassess our mine plans and complete the 2014 budget process with that view.

We will retain a long-term perspective. We will continue to be opportunistic. We will make decisions that enable us to act in that opportunistic way. But we will always keep in mind that we are in an unpredictable gold environment in terms of pricing and we will never put our balance sheet in jeopardy. With that, let's open it up to questions.

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Questions and Answers

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Operator [1]

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Thank you. We will now begin the question-and-answer session.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [2]

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Good morning, guys. Thank you very much for the update. Just a few questions from me. One, on Westwood, having a look at next year's guidance, looking back at the subs and it said you guys are going to produce at something like about 162,000 ounces, and now you're saying 100,000 to 120,000. Is that right?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [3]

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That was the earlier 2012 plan, which actually had slightly lower ounces in 2013 versus what we're putting out right out. The plans that we have had for the past year are actually pretty close to the guidance that we're talking about today.

There is a slight decrease but it's not economically material. In fact, the early budgets I'm seeing have those ounces coming out at a lower cash cost than our earlier plan. So economically, it's not a big difference.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [4]

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Is it actually driven by better than expected grade and lower tonnage that we can expect?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [5]

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No, actually it's more driven by the underground productivity we're seeing and better performance in terms of dilution underground.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [6]

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Okay, thanks, Gord. Second question was on CapEx for 2014. Obviously we'll get an update early next year. Wanted to say, is it more going to be sustaining CapEx going to be in line with this year? Across the operations $270 million to $300 million, is that fair?

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [7]

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It's Steve, Andrew. If you do the math, that is probably about right. We're running around $1,150 to $1,250 all in. If we look at our cash costs, which average around $800, and do the math, we're running at around $300 to $400 an ounce in terms of sustaining capital. You multiply that by 900,000 ounces and you get to the numbers that you are talking about.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [8]

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Cool. Great. Last one is just --

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [9]

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Hey, Andrew, I have a question for you. When are you going to improve that gold price forecast that you publish?

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [10]

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(laughter) It's not up to me.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [11]

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Not up to you? You don't come up with that?

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [12]

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No, I deny it. (laughter) Last question was on -- you guys mentioned the inflationary pressures across the operation. Do you see that subsiding in to 2014? Or is that something, given the way you guys operate, it that something that's going to be persistent into 2014?

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [13]

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What was that question again, Andrew?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [14]

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There are some moderate inflationary pressures but not too much. Fuel is relatively flat. Most of our labor rates are already negotiated so there is some minor inflation there. On the positive side, some of our reagents are coming down in price. There is not a huge amount of inflation year over year for 2014.

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Andrew Quail, Goldman Sachs - Analyst [15]

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Thanks very much guys.

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Operator [16]

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Pawel Rajszel, NBF.

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Pawel Rajszel, National Bank Financial - Analyst [17]

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My question is a follow-on with regards to the changes at Westwood. I recognize that you guys are about to put out updated guidance for 2014. Gord, you can give us a sense of how the mine's running right now In terms of production and grade.

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [18]

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Sure. In terms of production and grade as we're running right now. Most of the mining right now is on the Warrenmac zone. We're reconciling positively with respect to the model in terms of the grade we're encountering. Our mining recovery is close to 100%, which is great.

In terms of production from Warrenmac, which is not the main Westwood zone, we are certainly on our plan. Also positively, when you were at site, as you saw, our dilution is certainly well below where we had originally forecast.

In the Warrenmac zone we had forecast around 20% dilution. In practice we're seeing somewhere between 7% and 10% dilution. Likewise with the first stopes that we're taking in the Westwood area, we're seeing reduction in dilution.

Our underground development productivity there is about what our last life-of-mine planning was done at. Westwood measures productivity in terms of meters of development per month per jumbo crew. They've moved from around 135 meters 18 months ago. Currently they are running between around 190 to 200 meters per month per jumbo crew.

I know the target there is to move it up. Our prior long-term plan was done at 180 meters per month. I'm fully expecting that the new life of mining plan that they're working on right now is going to come back superior in a number of ways to the prior life-of-mine plan.

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Pawel Rajszel, National Bank Financial - Analyst [19]

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When are we expecting that? Is that early next year?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [20]

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Yes, we've made a commitment that we'll produce an updated PEA version for the market. It has been almost two years since February of 2012, we released our prior study. So yes, with the new study and some real experience in mining under our belts, we have made a commitment to the investor relations group here that we will be able to produce something. I am expecting along around February when we come out with our normal guidance numbers.

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Pawel Rajszel, National Bank Financial - Analyst [21]

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Looking forward to it, thank you.

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Operator [22]

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [23]

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I was wondering if you might be able to comment on the infill drilling program at Falagountou at Essakane. Obviously in the report, you mentioned it had a less thick zone of soft rock. I was wondering if you could quantify that in potential tonnage? And when you expect to be depleted at soft rock at Essakane right now?

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Craig MacDougall, IAMGOLD Corp - SVP of Exploration [24]

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It is Craig MacDougall here. I will talk specifically to Falagountou and the let Gord talk about the soft rock at Essakane. As you know at Falagountou, it's a historic prospect that had our original mining unit and there was a fairly extensive artesianal pit over the center of the orebody which precluded access. Access was gained this year and we were able to infill drill the center portion of the deposit.

Unfortunately what came out of that drilling was we did not have as much soft rock there as we had hoped from the earlier interpretations, which were largely around the edges of the deposit. So from that point of view we don't have as much soft rock as we would like. We have more transitional rock than we had thought. That is an upside there.

But overall, to characterize it, the soft rock would be disappointing but we had a bit of a win on the transition. A fairly neutral outcome on that for us.

Equally, one of the things that had come to light at Falagountou was the regional exploration team had discovered an additional zone to the southeast. It's about 600 meters off to the southeast. We have been infield drilling that this year.

The results of that will be incorporated in the new resource and reserve guidance that will come out in February. So we are not able to bring that forth right today but it is work that's ongoing.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [25]

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Dan, it is Steve Letwin. Just to remind everybody, when we talk about hard rock, it is relative. The bond index at Essakane is 13.6. And Rosebel it's 14.

And when you compare that to what we typically hear as hard rock, which is far closer to 16, 17 in terms of bond index. It's hard rock for us relative to the soft rock we had at Essakane. But it's not hard, hard rock.

And so when we talk about a 35% improvement in our production at Essakane, that is a very real robust number. Although Falagountou doesn't have as much 6 bond indexed rock as we were hoping, it's got a good size of transitional rock.

And it's got around 200,000 ounces or more, which is going to help us as we move the mill forward next year. Essakane is looking a lot more attractive than what we thought. With the expansion going very, very well, we are very optimistic about the performance of that mine in 2014.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [26]

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I understand the qualifications around hard rock but it's a relative game here with you guys.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [27]

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Exactly.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [28]

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And the fact is, you need to add the additional crushing to offset that higher rock, given the energy costs. Going into this year you discuss that you'd expected cash costs to be higher in the second half and then going into 2014 to be higher. Is that still a fair statement or has your view changed?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [29]

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We're right in the middle of budgets right now, Dan. I would expect a slight increase in the proportion of hard rock that we are treating or an increase in the proportion of rock that we are treating, both at Essakane and Rosebel.

There are some offsetting factors. Certainly Essakane is going to be mining much higher grade next year, so that is a strong offset in terms of dollars per ounce of gold produced.

At Rosebel, the increase is being managed and there are a number of offsetting productivity improvements that we've seen on the mine site there, that are helping us to mitigate the impact of the hard rock. We are not in a position right now to give guidance on cost for next year across the operations, as we still had to get budgets in front of our executive group and in front of the Board. I can tell you what I have seen to date I am not uncomfortable with.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [30]

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Okay. So really the cost savings that you have delivered to date and the ones you hope to, it is basically more to contain the impact of harder rock or increased hard rock going forward? So it should be able to keep your cash costs within the current range? Near-term?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [31]

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Yes, that's really the goal, is to try and do everything we can to keep our costs as flat as possible, despite the fact that we have to put a lot more energy into the [sump].

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [32]

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And moving on to Westwood. With the new mine plan and the focus on safety there, are you going to be having to put more underground support in? Or is it related to changing of the mining method in certain areas?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [33]

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Actually, the support profile has been upgraded a little bit, but the biggest change you are going to see going forward is actually a reduction in the amount of development we are doing. The total development life-of-mine under the new design will be less than it was under the old design, which is positive. We are not opening up as much ground as we had originally planned to open up to access the orebody, which has some nice economic impacts to it as well.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [34]

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Okay, good. One less question, at Sadiola, free cash flow on a sustainable basis, not there right now, including growth capital, the remnants of the sulphide project not generating any free cash flow. What is funding the free cash flow? Is it current cash in the JV? Is it annual funding it? Or are you guys all funding your share of the negative free cash flow? How's that working?

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Carol Banducci, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO [35]

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Dan, it's Carol. We are funding, as you have seen in our second quarter results. We did advance some funds. And they are anticipating to continue to be negative this year, but that should turn around next year.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [36]

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We're one big happy family here, Dan. (laughter)

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [37]

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It has always been the case. (laughter)

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [38]

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It is not sustainable though, and you know that better than anybody. So we've got to fix this and we're working with Anglo to fix this.

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Dan Rollins, RBC Capital Markets - Analyst [39]

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Okay, maybe a few more family reunions on a picnic would help. (laughter) All right, that's all I had. Thanks, guys.

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Operator [40]

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Patrick Chidley, HSBC.

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Patrick Chidley, HSBC - Analyst [41]

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A question on, back to Westwood. Wanted to get an idea about how deep the rock burst was and what area of the mine, what portion of the mine has been affected by that. And also, is that the main reason why you are pushing this commercial reduction forward?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [42]

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The rock burst that we had was at around 950 meters depth in the central part of the orebody to the west of the Bousquet fault. It has impacted access in some ounces, but it has by no means sterilized any ounces. We will still get those ounces out.

The rock burst itself was localized in one of the lateral footwall drifts, a couple of the lateral footwall drifts close to the ramp access point. It is well displaced from the actual ore lenses. It hasn't impacted the ore lenses.

It is, as I stated when I spoke, that the impacts of the shaft incident earlier in the year, both of those together have contributed. And it's also re-examining where we are in terms of what we have been able to achieve with our mining so far, and the results I spoke to earlier with Pawel's question. And looking at the what's best way and most efficient way and most cost-effective way to develop Westwood going forward and make sure that it is a robust operation for the long-term.

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Patrick Chidley, HSBC - Analyst [43]

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Right. Would changing the mining method, obviously that would not make any difference to the propensity to get rock burst, would it?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [44]

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No, as I talked with Dan, really it is a redesign and the geometry of the access development drifts. As I said, we are going to be opening up less ground in order to access the orebody.

The mining method, three or four years ago it was primarily open stoping. We are considering -- a couple years ago we reverted and said we were going to do primarily cut and fill, for a number of reasons. As we're looking at it now we understand it will be more of a blend of the two, with a fair degree of open stoping going forward.

And the access geometry is the same. It's been set up the same for both those methods, so that we can make the decision as we get to the rock and as we get to the ore. Included in that obviously, will be the rock mechanics consideration.

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Patrick Chidley, HSBC - Analyst [45]

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Right, I see. And would this have any impact on your reserves? And have you been infill drilling to add reserves from what we saw from last year?

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [46]

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No and yes. No, there will be no impact on reserves. There was no ore, quote-unquote, lost as a result of the incident. It is all still there.

We have been doing infill drilling and we will report on that as part of our normal annual reserves and resources statement. I will throw in there, certainly no negative surprises. I think the market can expect to see similar sorts of announcements for Westwood as you have seen in the past.

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Patrick Chidley, HSBC - Analyst [47]

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Okay, all right, thanks very much, Steve.

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Operator [48]

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners.

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners - Analyst [49]

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Good morning guys. Couple quick questions for you. The first being on Sadiola's cash costs. You mentioned it was mostly due to recovery. Looking at the total spend there, it was roughly $24 million, compared to $21 million last quarter, on lower tonnage. Is there something that specifically drove up the total spend a little bit?

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Carol Banducci, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO [50]

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They have a fair amount of stripping. There's about $8 million of stripping in there with their numbers as well.

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners - Analyst [51]

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Okay, so we should anticipate somewhat of a reduction on a cash cost basis next quarter, assuming a normalized recovery and grade rate?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [52]

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We are not holding our breath on too big of a reduction. Obviously we want them to be making cash. They have switched, or they have opened up a new mining area. The Tambali pit, which is close to the original Sadiola main zone pit. And early mining there, as Carol mentioned, added stripping.

They're working on some cost reduction methods there. I know they're working on some cuts to their manpower, as well as working with their mining contractor to being down costs. We are not banking on huge improvements for next quarter from Sadiola.

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners - Analyst [53]

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Okay. Moving on to Rosebel and Essakane, you guys in the release said that higher amounts of hard rock, therefore higher cost, probably in Q4. Wouldn't that inherently mean slightly lower throughputs as well?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [54]

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A lot of the productivity improvements that we put in place help us there. Yes, in general it should mean lower, but you have to remember as well that we are in the process of adding capacity at Essakane. That expansion, we will see that brought online here and completely online by the end of the year.

At Rosebel we installed a third ball mill which has been ramping up and has been helping us to treat the higher proportion of hard rock without significant or material impacts in our throughput. But as we move forward and we get into higher and higher rates, you are correct. Offsetting that is because of the lower throughput, we use higher cutoff grades when we get into harder rock, which translates into higher average grades.

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners - Analyst [55]

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Okay. And then the final thing. Not to beat a dead horse, but on Westwood, looking at the next year of continued pre-commercial production, how should we be thinking about what the capital spend rate should be, net of those pre-commercial ounces? Specifically looking at how the guidance is for $100 million this year and year to date, right at about $103 million. So there are some actual credits coming, going forward for a period of time?

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [56]

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There are credits going forward for ounces produced from Westwood. The $103 million is actually the total from both Westwood and Mouska. I think about $47 million of it so far is from Mouska and that is commercial production. It is the balance that is Westwood.

And yes, that is included in the capital estimate and has been included in the capital estimate all year. So there is some offsetting balance.

I don't have -- I know for guidance for this year in terms of capital out of Westwood we are comfortable with what we put out there. There may be some slight adjustments up or down from that, I don't have the final, final numbers. And as we complete our budgeting process, we will put out some guidance for where we are going forward with Westwood.

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Joseph Reagor, Roth Capital Partners - Analyst [57]

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All right, thank you.

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Operator [58]

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David Haughton, BMO capital.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [59]

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Thank you for the update. Returning to flogging that horse, at Westwood, it looked as though the quarter would have been good prior to the rock burst event. The tonnage that you milled looked good at 200,000 tonnes. The grade looked at touch light but it seemed to have been shaping up as a good quarter prior to that rock burst. Is that a reasonable way to look at it?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [60]

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Yes, and really the rock burst didn't affect the quarter's production at Westwood because we were producing from the Warrenmac zone. The production areas were isolated.

What they rock burst has impacted is the fourth quarter and the first part of next year, and us having to reestablish access in those areas. But no, Westwood itself has -- I am very happy with the performance of the operating team up there in terms of cost and productivity. They're really making some great gains.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [61]

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What you are moving now is more of a stress management, keeping those openings relatively small, only open as you need. That sounds like the way that you are moving forward on it.

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [62]

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That is a pretty good description David.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [63]

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What are you looking for as a trigger to become commercial?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [64]

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Westwood is a bit of an odd duck for us. There's a number of different tests that are in place, but fundamentally what we're looking for is a strong indication -- more than an indication -- demonstration that the mine is able to produce ore at a sustainable rate to supply the mill at a nominal throughput rate or a proportion of the nameplate throughput rate over a period of time.

There's a number of different tests, David, but effectively for Westwood, which is different from greenfield operations where it's typically around the performance of the mill. At Westwood it really doesn't have anything to do with the mill because it is just a refurbishment of the old mill.

It's already been commissioned. It runs very, very well. What we're looking at is that the underground is producing, consistently producing, and we will be able to sustain production of ore and waste at an appropriate level.

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Carol Banducci, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO [65]

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We're targeting 60%, so that is the threshold.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [66]

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60% of the mill capacity. Of the underground capacity.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [67]

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On a sustainable basis?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [68]

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On a sustainable basis, correct.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [69]

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So the year sounds like you've got plenty of room to move in here. Judging, Gord, from what you're saying, you've already got some remedial plans underway for keeping those stresses down, navigating your way past the orebody that had been affected, being more cautious as you're going at depth. So it sounds like you've got the plan working --

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [70]

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David, I've said this to a few people in the intervening period. Obviously nobody likes a seismic event in your underground mine.

In a way this was probably a nice early wake-up call for us. It occurred concurrently with the blast. There was nobody in the area and when it happened.

It really forced us to review what we were doing and how we were going about it. But also at a time when we did not have two-thirds of the orebody already opened up. We only had a small proportion of the orebody opened up.

As we have gone back through the assessment and brought our best brains from the Company and from outside the Company in to look at what was going on, it has allowed us to reassess what we're doing going forward. And as I mentioned when I was talking to Dan, I believe, one of the interesting outcomes from it will be a more economically robust life-of-mine plan.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [71]

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Okay. Now flipping, if I can, over to Essakane, I think I heard you right, at least a 25% lift in throughput for 2014. That would get you up around the 13 million tonnes per annum mark. Is that correct? Did I hear you properly?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [72]

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We're talking a production, an ounce production left. They're is a small throughput lift anticipated. It's not quite in that range. It's gold production that's up by that percentage.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [73]

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Okay, I got you.

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [74]

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It's the grade, primarily.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [75]

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Right. The throughput you had in that quarter, the September quarter, was pretty good at 2.8 million tonnes. Should we think that that is sustainable going forward?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [76]

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Yes, pretty close to that. Just slightly below that once we get up to 100% of hard rock with the new mill. Typically the nameplate on the expansion at 100% hard rock is 10.8 million tonnes per year.

We tend to use fairly conservative design criteria and most of our builds including Essakane, Rosebel expansions, et cetera, we tend to blow through the nameplate relatively comfortably. For right now, we will stick with the 10.8 until someone swaps a life-of-mine plan in front of me that I am comfortable with.

I can tell you we have seen some really positive stuff this year. Because we commissioned the pebble crusher on line A in April and we've been running with that now for all of six months, the performance of the hard rock in the plant is better than it had been modeled.

That pebble crusher has really enhanced the operability of the grinding -- of the comminution circuit with hard rock, to a point where we're anticipating some upside as we get into more hard rock and we have the new piece of the plant which includes SAG mill, ball mill and pebble crusher, as well as a secondary crusher, we are not anticipating a throughput is going to be our bottleneck there.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [77]

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Okay, if I can just flip over to Niobec, I don't think any questions have come on this, but throughput there was fairly good for the quarter as well. Surprisingly good. I can't think of a quarter where it has been as high.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [78]

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It was a record quarter.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [79]

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Yes, so what is happening there?

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [80]

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We had a program, we spent a little bit of capital last year and the first part of this year where we converted a manway compartment in the shaft into a service hoist, which has allowed us to use the other two compartments almost exclusively as skipping compartments. That has allowed us to take our production pretty close to what our permit limit is. There have been a lot of improvements at Niobec, not only in throughput, but just in the general way that the underground and the concentrator are working together.

On the cost savings side, one of their best cost savings this year has been around reagent consumption. The coordination has allowed them to inch up the tonnes. But we have also seen better recovery and lower reagent consumption just because the mill operators are not in firefighting mode, they're in operating mode which has allowed them to really control their process that much better.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [81]

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Okay. And Carol had mentioned that you are undergoing some negotiations now. I noted that it looked like the quarter had a better price received, maybe 5% better than what we would have had previously. So what is the outlook and the contract environment like at the moment for ferroniobium?

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Carol Banducci, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and CFO [82]

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Why don't you ask me next quarter, David, after we get through our discussions with our customers. The market is still fairly soft. There is a lot of capacity but we are seeing, again, as you look around the world, mixed signs of economic recovery. So we are cautious about it but we have been able to sell all of our production. The discussions are going well, but I will have a better sense once we get through the discussions.

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David Haughton, BMO Capital Markets - Analyst [83]

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All right, thank you everybody.

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Gord Stothart, IAMGOLD Corp - EVP and COO [84]

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Thanks, David.

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Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD Corp - President and CEO [85]

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Thank you, we are front to the end of our hour. We want to thank everyone for calling in and for your questions. Obviously if you have anything to follow up, please call us at Investor Relations and we will get to your questions.

Just as a final note, there have been some mention of an Analyst Day and again, just to reiterate, in August we had mentioned the idea of holding one in November this year. Earlier this fall we reevaluated the plan in light of the status of several fee studies, our budget process and the refinement of our life-of-mine plans at each of our minds that we decided to differ this event until the new year, when we have more information to communicate about all of that. We will let you know as soon as a date is selected. Thank you.

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Operator [86]

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Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. That concludes today's conference. Thank you for participating. You may now disconnect.

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IAMGOLD est une société de production minière d'or basée au Canada.

IAMGOLD est productrice d'or, d'argent, de diamants, de niobium, de plomb, de rare earth et de zinc au Botswana, au Canada, au Ghana, au Mali, au Perou, au Suriname, en Afrique Du Sud, en Equateur, en Guyana, en Indonesie et en Tanzanie, en développement de projets d'or au Burkina Faso, en Equateur et en Guyane Francaise, et détient divers projets d'exploration au Canada, au Honduras, au Perou, en Afrique Du Sud et en Equateur.

Ses principaux projets en production sont OMAI MINE en Guyana, MOUSKA MINE, PORCUPINE, SLEEPING GIANT, DOYON, NIOBEC et GRAND DUC au Canada, YATELA et SADIOLA au Mali, MUPANE au Botswana, DAMANG PROJECT, TARKWA et TEBEREBIE au Ghana, ROSEBEL au Suriname, ZARUMA en Equateur, ARDO MINE en Afrique Du Sud, BUCKREEF en Tanzanie, RAWAS GOLD PROJECT en Indonesie et TAMBORAQUE au Perou, ses principaux projets en développement sont ESSAKANE au Burkina Faso, CAMP CAIMAN en Guyane Francaise et QUIMSACOCHA PROJECT en Equateur et ses principaux projets en exploration sont BAMBADJI au Senegal, TEX-SOL, LESPERANCE, CREVIER et WESTWOOD au Canada, ALAMOUTALA (SADIOLA II) et SIRIBAYA au Mali, GILT EDGE MINE & ANCHOR HILL en Equateur, PODEROSA MINE au Perou et VUELTAS DEL RIO / EL ZAPOTAL au Honduras.

IAMGOLD est cotée au Canada, aux Etats-Unis D'Amerique, en Australie et en Allemagne. Sa capitalisation boursière aujourd'hui est 1,6 milliards CA$ (1,3 milliards US$, 1,1 milliards €).

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21/04/2011Reports Strong Quarterly Gold Production
29/03/2011Form 40-F Filed on Edgar; Annual Report and AIF Filed on Sed...
10/02/2011Focus on Organic Growth Yields Positive Results: Year-End Go...
03/02/2011Fourth Quarter and Year End 2010 R =?ISO-8859-1?Q?eporting=2...
11/08/2010Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results
14/07/2010Second Quarter 2010 Financial Results to be Released Before ...
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12/04/2010First Quarter 2010 Financial Results to Be Released Before M...
17/02/2010Reports Fourth Quarter and 2009 Year End Results
27/01/2010Fourth Quarter and Year End 2009 Financial Results to Be Rel...
24/02/2009 Fourth Quarter and 2008 Year-End Results
08/08/2008Reports Strong Second Quarter Net Earnings and Operating Cas...
14/07/2008Second Quarter Financial Results Release - August 8, 2008
13/05/2008Reports Record Net Earnings and Operating Cash Flow in the F...
30/04/2008First Quarter Financial Results Release-May 13, 2008
12/10/2007Third Quarter Results Release - November 13, 2007
15/08/20072007 Second Quarter Results
15/05/20072007 First Quarter Results
09/05/2007First Quarter Results Release - May 15, 2007
31/01/2007Fourth Quarter Activity Report
Projets de IAMGOLD Corporation
05/07/2016IAMGOLD provides update on advanced exploration project diam...
01/02/2016IAMGOLD provides update on life-of-mine plans
19/01/2016IAMGOLD provides update on life-of-mine plans
09/10/2015Iamgold to cut 10 percent of workers at Suriname gold mine
20/07/2015IAMGOLD provides update on advanced exploration project diam...
07/07/2015IAMGOLD provides exploration update on its wholly-owned Pita...
12/04/2015AngloGold in talks to sell part, all of U.S. mine
01/04/2015Iamgold in talks to buy AngloGold's stakes in two Mali mines
17/03/2015IAMGOLD reports 2014 reserves of 8.6 million ounces and meas...
03/10/2014(Niobec)to sell Niobec for a total consideration of US$530 million -...
07/03/2014(Rosebel)signs its first option agreement to explore properties surro...
05/02/2014TomaGold announces the start of exploration work on Monster ...
22/01/2014IAMGOLD reports 2013 production and
21/01/2014reports 2013 production and preliminary cash costs; 2014 gu...
27/11/2013IAMGOLD to build Solar Project in Suriname
12/11/2013TomaGold and IAMGOLD Sign a $17.575 Million Agreement on the...
16/09/2013IAMGOLD and its partners in the Yatela Mine
29/07/2013IAMGOLD reports first mineral resource
21/05/2013IAMGOLD provides exploration update on Boto
21/05/2013IAMGOLD provides exploration update on Boto
16/04/2013IAMGOLD corrects media report regarding Essakane mine
16/04/2013IAMGOLD corrects media report regarding Essakane mine
21/02/2013IAMGOLD gold operations post 2012 reserves of 11.3 million o...
22/01/2013IAMGOLD provides mineral resource update for Côté Gold and r...
22/01/2013IAMGOLD provides mineral resource update for Côté Gold and r...
14/11/2012IAMGOLD completes the sale of the Quimsacocha project
14/11/2012IAMGOLD completes the sale of the Quimsacocha project
05/11/2012IAMGOLD provides exploration update for the Boto Gold Projec...
05/11/2012IAMGOLD provides exploration update for the Boto Gold Projec...
18/10/2012Entourage Metals Commences Surface Exploration at the Octobe...
05/10/2012IAMGOLD reports 274% increase in Indicated Resource at Côté ...
05/10/2012IAMGOLD reports 274% increase in Indicated Resource at Côté ...
05/09/2012IAMGOLD Provides Exploration Update for Côté Gold Project
05/09/2012IAMGOLD Provides Exploration Update for Côté Gold Project
21/06/2012IAMGOLD completes acquisition of Trelawney
21/06/2012IAMGOLD completes acquisition of Trelawney
21/06/2012INV Metals To Acquire The Quimsacocha Project From IAMGOLD
27/04/2012IAMGOLD expands gold production pipeline in
27/04/2012IAMGOLD expands gold production pipeline in
10/04/2012IAMGOLD Files Mineral Resource Report for
10/04/2012IAMGOLD Files Mineral Resource Report for
26/10/2011Colombia Crest Gold Offers Up To 19.9 Percent Ownership To I...
12/10/2011(Rosebel)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
12/10/2011(Essakane)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
12/10/2011(Mouska Mine)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
19/09/2011(Niobec)on Rare Earth Drilling and Assay Results
31/08/2011(Mupane)Completes the Sale of the Mupane Gold Mine
03/08/2011(Rosebel)Rosebel Gold Mine Resumes Operation
20/06/2011(Niobec)Files Independent Technical Report for Niobec Mine Confirmin...
13/05/2011(Essakane)Essakane Mine Resumes Operation
12/05/2011(Essakane)on IAMGOLD's Essakane Mine
09/05/2011(Rosebel)Framework Agreement Reached for Significant Capacity Expansi...
09/02/2011(La Arena)Receives US$49 Million Cash From La Arena Option
05/02/2011(Rosebel)Fatal Accident at Rosebel
18/01/2011(Rosebel)Reports Record Quarterly Gold Production and Announces Roseb...
02/06/2010(Niobec)Fatal Accident at Niobec Mine
21/12/2009(Westwood)Releases Updated Preliminary Assessment Study on Westwood Pr...
22/09/2008(Rosebel)Rosebel Progress Report and Exploration Objectives
29/07/2008Releases Quimsacocha Pre-Feasibility Study
25/07/2008(Buckreef)Buckreef, Tanzania Resource Update
04/07/2008(Mupane)Reports Increase in Mupane's Mineral Reserves Extends Mine L...
12/06/2008(Westwood)Announces Preliminary Westwood Production Could Begin in 201...
30/05/2008(Westwood)Announces Acceleration of Work at Westwood
27/05/2008(Buckreef)Reports Promising Drilling Results from Buckreef
09/05/2008(La Arena)to Receive in Excess of $48 Million from Sale of La Arena
18/03/2008(Quimsacocha Project)Advances Pre-Feasibility at Quimsacocha
05/12/2007(Westwood)Intercepts Westwood Mineralization at Depth
13/11/2007(Camp Caiman) Updates Camp Caiman Project
30/07/2007(Quimsacocha Project)New Targets at IAMGOLD?s Quimsacocha Project Show Promise
25/07/2007(Buckreef)Buckreef Project Update - Increased Resources
Communiqués de Presse de IAMGOLD Corporation
05/07/2016IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2016 Results
28/06/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,325.24 +1.94 +0.15% Volume: June 27, 2016
15/06/2016IAMGOLD intersects a second gold zone on the Monster Lake pr...
09/06/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,269.48 +6.73 +0.53% Volume: June 9, 2016
15/05/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,273.07 +9.72 +0.77% Volume: May 13, 2016
05/05/2016IAMGOLD Shareholders Re-Elect Board of Directors
03/05/2016IAMGOLD's net operating cash flow from continuing operations...
26/04/2016IAMGOLD secures an additional commitment of C$50 million to ...
06/04/2016IAMGOLD files final base shelf prospectus
30/03/2016IAMGOLD Files 2015 Annual Report and Financial Review
29/03/2016IAMGOLD Renews Preliminary Base Shelf Prospectus
21/03/2016IAMGOLD Enhances its Strong Balance Sheet - Converts Bullion...
18/02/2016Iamgold reports 4Q loss
01/02/2016IAMGOLD Secures Credit Facility
01/02/2016IAMGOLD Meets Production and Cost Guidance for 2015 and Lowe...
29/01/2016Global Expeditions: South America
19/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,084.15 -5.22 -0.48% Volume: January 19, 2016
19/01/2016IAMGOLD Meets Production and Cost Guidance for 2015 and Lowe...
11/01/2016IAMGOLD (IAG) Shares March Higher, Can It Continue?
07/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,105.61 +11.97 +1.09% Volume: January 7, 2016
07/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,103.55 +9.91 +0.91% Volume: January 7, 2016
04/01/2016Why These Five Stocks Are Growing On Monday
21/12/2015The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: IAMGOLD, Pershing Gold, P...
17/12/2015How the Gold Price Is Influencing Pure Gold Miners
17/12/2015IAMGOLD Announces Closing of Simplified Tender Offer for EUR...
16/12/2015IAMGOLD's Three Owned Mines Earn Awards for Sustainable Mini...
14/12/2015IAMGOLD Reports End of Illegal Strike at its Rosebel Gold Mi...
22/11/2015Are Hedge Funds Right To Be Bearish On IAMGOLD Corporation (...
04/11/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
04/11/2015Iamgold reports 3Q loss
03/11/2015IAMGOLD reports third quarter 2015 operating results; lowers...
26/10/2015IAMGOLD announces filing in France of a friendly cash bid fo...
26/10/2015Press release of IAMGOLD Corporation filing of a draft frien...
13/10/2015IAMGOLD announces dates for its third quarter 2015 results
08/10/2015IAMGOLD to reduce employee base at Rosebel Mine by 10%
11/09/2015S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canad...
04/09/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
04/09/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
06/08/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
05/08/2015IAMGOLD Reports Second Quarter 2015 Operating Results
28/07/2015What Makes IAMGOLD (IAG) a Strong Sell? - Tale of the Tape
27/07/2015Dividend Heroes To Zeros: 4 'Stingy' Canadian Stocks
21/07/2015Blues for the Yellow Metal: 3 Dull Gold Stocks - Analyst Blo...
21/07/2015IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2015 Results
06/07/2015IAMGOLD clarifies impact of mining code revisions in Burkina...
25/06/2015GOLD PRICE: 1,175.33 -2.87 -0.24% Volume: June 24, 2015
13/04/2015IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2015 results
25/03/2015IAMGOLD Form 40-F Filed on EDGAR; AIF Filed on SEDAR
25/03/2015IAMGOLD to Reduce Board Size
24/03/2015CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures up as weak U.S. dollar lifts commo...
23/03/2015IAMGOLD agrees to sell Diavik Diamond Royalty for total cons...
17/03/2015IAMGOLD's strong operating results driven by significant red...
16/03/2015CANADA STOCKS-TSX set to open higher
23/01/2015Canada Stocks to Watch: Carfinco, Brookfield Asset, Iamgold ...
16/01/2015Canada Stocks to Watch: Bombardier, Iamgold, HudBay and more
09/12/2014Presentation Now Available for On-Demand viewing at VirtualI...
02/12/2014to Webcast, Live, at RetailInvestorConferences.com December ...
13/08/2014increases net cash from operating activities by 155% and con...
31/07/2014(Westwood)declares commercial production at Westwood Mine
09/04/2014provides update on advanced exploration projects maiden reso...
19/02/2014IAMGOLD reports 2013 reserves of 10.1
19/02/2014reports 2013 reserves of 10.1 million ounces and measured an...
15/01/2014IAMGOLD files final base shelf prospectus
15/01/2014files final base shelf prospectus for renewal of existing fa...
11/12/2013IAMGOLD preserves balance sheet; suspends dividend
11/12/2013preserves balance sheet; suspends dividend
27/11/2013to build Solar Project in Suriname
11/11/2013Investor Presentation Now Available for On-demand Viewing at...
05/11/2013to Webcast, Live, at RetailInvestorConferences.com November ...
12/08/2013IAMGOLD's Successful Execution of Cost
07/08/2013reaches agreement with Republic of Suriname to support opera...
26/07/2013IAMGOLD announces current Merrex investment
22/07/2013IAMGOLD renews preliminary base shelf
22/07/2013renews preliminary base shelf prospectus
04/06/2013IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
04/06/2013declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common share
21/05/2013provides exploration update on Boto Project in Senegal
07/05/2013IAMGOLD Reports Q1 Results – Beats Cost Guidance
07/05/2013IAMGOLD Reports Q1 Results – Beats Cost Guidance
15/04/2013IAMGOLD definitive agreement with Government
15/04/2013IAMGOLD definitive agreement with Government
03/04/2013IAMGOLD announces investment in GoldON
03/04/2013IAMGOLD announces investment in GoldON
03/04/2013announces investment in GoldON Resources
25/03/2013IAMGOLD announces adoption of advance notice by-law
25/03/2013IAMGOLD announces adoption of advance notice by-law
21/03/2013IAMGOLD announces the startup of the
21/03/2013IAMGOLD announces the startup of the
21/03/2013(Westwood)announces the startup of the Westwood plant and provides a b...
20/02/2013gold operations post 2012 reserves of 11.3 million ounces an...
12/02/2013Indirectly Acquires Additional Shares in Eagle Mountain
24/01/2013Announces Details for its 2012 Fourth Quarter and Full Year...
10/12/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
10/12/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
05/11/2012IAMGOLD Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012IAMGOLD Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
24/09/2012IAMGOLD completes US$650 million senior
24/09/2012IAMGOLD completes US$650 million senior
24/09/2012completes US$650 million senior notes offering
14/09/2012IAMGOLD Announces Pricing for US$650 Million
14/09/2012IAMGOLD Announces Pricing for US$650 Million
10/09/2012IAMGOLD announces launch of US$500 million
10/09/2012IAMGOLD announces launch of US$500 million
10/09/2012announces launch of US$500 million senior notes offering
14/08/2012IAMGOLD reports operating and financial
21/06/2012Completes Acquisition of Trelawney
20/06/2012Correction from source: IAMGOLD declares
20/06/2012Correction from source: IAMGOLD declares
20/06/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of
20/06/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of
27/04/2012Expands Gold Production Pipeline in Canada With Acquisition ...
12/04/2012IAMGOLD Receives Additional Warrants in Galane Gold
12/04/2012IAMGOLD Receives Additional Warrants in Galane Gold
02/04/2012IAMGOLD announces investment in Stronghold
02/04/2012IAMGOLD announces investment in Stronghold
27/03/2012IAMGOLD completes 2011 AIF and Form 40-F filings
27/03/2012IAMGOLD completes 2011 AIF and Form 40-F filings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD Reports Record Revenues, Earnings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD Reports Record Revenues, Earnings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD continuing gold operations post 2011
24/02/2012IAMGOLD continuing gold operations post 2011
24/02/2012IAMGOLD releases update on its capital
24/02/2012IAMGOLD releases update on its capital
22/02/2012IAMGOLD increases unsecured credit facility to $500 million ...
22/02/2012IAMGOLD increases unsecured credit facility to $500 million ...
02/02/2012IAMGOLD declares rare earth inferred
17/01/2012IAMGOLD provides further information on its 2012-2014 capita...
17/01/2012IAMGOLD provides further information on its 2012-2014 capita...
16/01/2012IAMGOLD delivers on 2011 guidance with
16/01/2012IAMGOLD delivers on 2011 guidance with
21/12/2011IAMGOLD and Republic of Suriname announce agreement in princ...
21/12/2011IAMGOLD and Republic of Suriname announce agreement in princ...
16/12/2011IAMGOLD resolves minor labour disruption at Essakane
16/12/2011IAMGOLD resolves minor labour disruption at Essakane
09/12/2011IAMGOLD increases dividend by 25%
09/12/2011IAMGOLD increases dividend by 25%
06/12/2011IAMGOLD announces investment in Tolima Gold Corp. in Colombi...
06/12/2011IAMGOLD announces investment in Tolima Gold Corp. in Colombi...
29/09/2011to Jointly Lead a Canadian Public-Private CSR Partnership to...
19/09/2011Reports New Drill Results and is o =?ISO-8859-1?Q?n=20Schedu...
14/07/2011Files Final Base Shelf Prospectus for Renewal of Existing Fa...
13/07/2011(Doyon)Reports Incident at Doyon Division
30/06/2011Files Preliminary Base Shelf Prospectus for Renewal of Exist...
15/06/2011Announces Further Investment in Avnel
09/06/2011Announces Current Merrex Investment
04/05/2011(Niobec)Independent Technical Report Confirms IAMGOLD's Niobium Mine...
15/04/2011(Damang Project)To Sell Its Interest in Tarkwa and Damang Mines in Ghana for...
13/03/2011Signs Memorandum of Understanding With China Gold
08/03/2011Receives PDAC's 2011 Environmental and Social Responsibility...
25/02/2011=?ISO-8859-1?Q?IAMGOLD=20Reports=20Record=20Production,=20Re...
01/04/2010Form 40-F Filed on EDGAR
25/01/2010Focus on Organic Growth Yields Results; Year-End Gold Reserv...
21/01/2010Delivers on 2009 Guidance; Provides 2010 Operating Outlook
04/01/2010CEO to Step Down Effective January 15, 2010
11/12/2009Declares Ninth Consecutive Annual Dividend
10/12/2009Confirms Plane Crash Near Niobec
29/01/2009Announces 2008 Gold Production of 997,000 ounces and Provide...
31/12/2008Final Results of Re-Opened Tender Offer for Euro Ressources:...
23/12/2008Options Merrex Gold's Siribaya Gold Project in Mali and Conf...
15/12/2008Declares Eighth Consecutive Annual Dividend
15/12/2008Completes Sale of the Sleeping Giant Mine and Confirms Equit...
11/12/2008and Orezone Announce Business Combination
05/12/2008and Early Warning Report
03/12/2008Offer for Euro Ressources Successful IAMGOLD Owns 71.6% of E...
19/11/2008Euro Ressources? Board of Directors recommends IAMGOLD?s cas...
17/11/2008Expiry of the Deadline for Competing Bids for Euro Ressource...
06/11/2008Announces Q3 Record Revenues of $227 Million and an Operatin...
29/09/2008Corporate Update
29/09/2008Positive Results Expected in Ecuador's Constitutional Refere...
29/08/2008Announces Filing in France of Cash Bid for Euro Ressources
30/07/2008?s Boto Project, Senegal Exploration Update
23/07/2008Announces Acquisition of Doyon Royalty
02/06/2008Announces Operational Improvements Impacting Reserve Life an...
06/05/2008Reports Continued Success at 3.3 Million Ounce Westwood Proj...
05/05/2008Reaches Three Year Labour Agreements at Niobec
25/04/2008and Other Mining Companies Meet with President Correa and Ot...
28/03/2008 Reports Record Operating Cash Flow in 2007
28/03/2008 Increases Resources by 5%
14/03/2008Holds Positive Meeting with President Sarkozy
28/02/2008 Continues Rationalization of Exploration Portfolio
12/02/2008Year End Results Release ? March 28, 2008
06/02/2008Announces $ 18 Million Cost Improvement Program at Rosebel
31/01/2008Reports Camp Caiman Permits Not Approved
30/01/2008Corporate Update
14/12/2007Declares Seventh Consecutive Annual Dividend
15/11/2007 Reaches Agreement on Environmental Protection in Ecuador
09/10/2007Signs Option for Sale of Sleeping Giant
25/09/2007Exploration and Development Project Update
06/09/2007 Westwood Scopings Study Shows Positive Economics
03/08/2007Mistassini and Otish Basins Uranium Projects Exploration Upd...
10/07/2007Announces Further Drill Results at Quimsacocha
13/06/2007Announces Exploration Results Confirming New High Potential ...
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