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Falcon Gold Shareholders Approve AGM Resolutions


Operational

  • Gold and silver manufacturing of 62,171 ounces and 1,652,895 ounces, respectively. A rise of 100% and a lower of 13% respectively in comparison with the second quarter of 2021 (“Q2 2021”). Gold equal manufacturing of 96,712 3 ounces.
  • AISC 1 per ounce of gold bought of $1,151 for the Lindero Mine and $1,565 for the Yaramoko Mine. AISC 1,2 per silver equal ounce of payable silver bought of $15.41 and $18.19 for the San Jose Mine and Caylloma Mine, respectively.
  • All mine operations carried out according to annual steering projections.
  • Complete recordable harm frequency price of three.01 with zero misplaced time accidents in over 3.1 million hours labored.

Monetary

  • Internet revenue of $1.7 million or $0.01 per share, in comparison with $16.2 million or $0.09 internet revenue per share reported in Q2 2021. Adjusted internet revenue 1 of $2.1 million in comparison with $21.5 million reported in Q2 2021
  • Gross sales of $167.9 million, a rise of 39% from the $120.5 million reported in Q2 2021
  • Consolidated realized costs of $1,870 per ounce and $22.62 per ounce for gold and silver respectively
  • Adjusted EBITDA 1 of $57.9 million in comparison with $54.9 million reported in Q2 2021
  • Free money movement from ongoing operations 1 of $21.9 million in comparison with $19.2 million reported in Q2 2021
  • As at June 30, 2022, the Firm had money and money equivalents of $116.1 million, and obtainable liquidity of $136.1 million

Progress and Growth

  • Séguéla development 66% full as of the top of June. On-time and on-budget for first gold pour in mid-2023
  • Fortuna continued to develop mineralization on the Sunbird discovery outdoors of the present reported inferred mineral useful resource (check with Fortuna information launch dated June 7, 2022: “Fortuna drills 18.3 g/t gold over 11.9 meters on the Séguéla Mission, Côte d’Ivoire”)

Jorge A. Ganoza, President and CEO, commented, “Our enterprise generated wholesome free money movement of $21.9 million despite declining metallic costs within the quarter and the compounding damaging value changes this triggers on our focus gross sales.” Mr. Ganoza continued, “Prices throughout our operations are monitoring within the higher vary of annual steering despite inflationary pressures. Our groups are targeted on the implementation of productiveness initiatives to assist mitigate rising enter prices.” Mr. Ganoza concluded, “I’m extraordinarily happy with the supply of our crew on the Séguéla venture. Key development and procurement actions have been largely derisked as we stay on price range and on monitor to ship first gold pour in mid-2023. As soon as in operation we count on Séguéla to be a flagship low value, lengthy lived operation for the Firm.”

1 Confer with Non-IFRS monetary measures
2 AISC/oz Ag Eq calculated at realized metallic costs, check with mine website outcomes for realized costs and Non-IFRS Monetary Measures for silver equal ratio
3 Gold equal manufacturing consists of gold, silver, lead and zinc and is calculated utilizing the next metallic costs: US$1,869/oz Au, US$22.62/oz Ag, US$2,240/t Pb and US$3,948/t Zn or Au:Ag = 1:82.65, Au:Pb = 1:0.83, Au:Zn = 1:0.47

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 % Change 2022 2021 % Change
Gross sales 167.9 120.5 39 % 350.2 238.3 47 %
Mine working revenue 32.5 48.5 (33 %) 96.0 99.8 (4 %)
Working revenue 13.1 35.9 (64 %) 53.9 76.2 (29 %)
Internet revenue 1.7 16.2 (90 %) 28.7 42.6 (33 %)
Earnings per share – fundamental 0.01 0.09 (89 %) 0.10 0.23 (57 %)
Adjusted internet revenue 1 2.1 21.5 (90 %) 35.4 49.0 (28 %)
Adjusted EBITDA 1 57.9 54.9 5 % 138.1 115.7 19 %
Internet money supplied by working actions 47.4 29.5 61 % 80.0 50.7 58 %
Free money movement from ongoing operations 1 21.9 19.2 14 % 31.0 31.0 (0 %)
Capital expenditures 2
Sustaining 23.1 10.4 122 % 41.1 17.2 139 %
Non-sustaining 3 3.7 0.8 363 % 6.4 1.0 540 %
Lindero development 1.4 (100 %) 4.0 (100 %)
Séguéla development 23.4 100 % 64.1 100 %
Brownfields 3.4 3.5 (3 %) 7.4 5.9 26 %
As at June 30, 2022 December 31, 2021 % Change
Money and money equivalents 116.1 107.1 8 %
1 Confer with Non-IFRS Monetary Measures part on the finish of this information launch and to the MD&A accompanying the Firm’s monetary statements on SEDAR at www.sedar.com for an outline of the calculation of those measures.
2 Capital expenditures are offered on a money foundation
3 Non-sustaining expenditures embrace greenfields exploration
Figures could not add resulting from rounding

Second Quarter 2022 Outcomes

Internet revenue in Q2 2022 was $1.7 million in comparison with $16.2 million in Q2 2021. The change in internet revenue was primarily pushed by decrease gross sales at San Jose of $20.7 million resulting from declining silver costs and corresponding damaging focus gross sales changes, and decrease manufacturing. Further gadgets impacting the quarter had been a $4.0 million write down of low-grade stockpile stock at Yaramoko, and better G&A bills. The rise in G&A was associated to $1.2 million of non-recurrent gadgets and better bills related to the Roxgold acquisition.

Different gadgets contained in internet revenue had been a overseas change lack of $3.1 million, withholding taxes of $4.0 million, and a achieve of $5.9 million on spinoff contracts ($6.4 million unrealized achieve and $0.6 million realized loss).

Gross sales for the three months ended June 30, 2022 had been $167.9 million, a rise of 39% from the $120.5 million in comparison with the identical interval of 2021. Adverse gross sales value changes within the quarter had been $6.6 million in comparison with constructive changes of $1.4 million in Q2 2021. Gross sales by mine within the three months ended June 30, 2022 had been as follows:

  • Lindero acknowledged adjusted gross sales of $57.2 million from 30,546 ounces of gold ounces bought, a 68% enhance from the identical interval in 2021. Larger gold gross sales had been the results of elevated efficiency on the three-stage crushing and stacking facility.
  • Yaramoko acknowledged adjusted gross sales of $45.9 million from 24,598 ounces of gold bought.
  • San Jose acknowledged adjusted gross sales of $39.6 million, a 34% lower from the $60.3 million reported in the identical interval in 2021. Decrease gross sales had been pushed by a 13% lower within the quantity of silver and 16% lower within the quantity of gold ounces bought which was pushed by decrease mined grades and decrease realized silver costs.
  • Caylloma acknowledged adjusted gross sales of $25.2 million, a 3% lower from the $26.0 million reported in the identical interval in 2021. The lower in gross sales was the results of decrease realized costs for silver in addition to a decline in gold manufacturing which is according to plan.

Outlook on Value and Inflation

Inflationary pressures continued within the second quarter of 2022 on account of geopolitical occasions, provide chain constraints and will increase in the price of power and commodities. These inflationary pressures had been realized within the Firm’s value construction as costs elevated for a number of key consumables together with diesel, reagents, explosives and metal. The influence of inflation has been probably the most pronounced on the Lindero mine.

The inflation state of affairs stays dynamic and the Firm expects larger enter prices to stay for the second half of the yr and past. To mitigate inflationary strain on its value construction the Firm will proceed to concentrate on operational efficiencies and value optimization throughout all mining operations. Nevertheless, even with these efforts it’s anticipated the continued value strain will push the San Jose and Lindero mines in the direction of the higher finish of our value steering.

Yaramoko’s all-in sustaining value for the yr is predicted to be on the higher finish of steering on account of extra capital improvement to offer earlier entry than deliberate to the QV Prime zone at Bagassi South. The manufacturing good thing about entry to QV Prime will likely be in 2023 and 2024 as actions by means of the second half of 2022 will focus totally on improvement to the ore physique and preparation for mining.

Caylloma stays on monitor to attain value steering.

Liquidity

Complete liquidity obtainable to the Firm as at June 30, 2022 was $136.1 million. The Firm’s $200.0 million revolving credit score facility was totally obtainable as on the finish of June 2022 and $20.0 million remained undrawn. Subsequent to June 30, 2022, the Firm repaid $20.0 million to the credit score facility bringing the full quantity drawn to $160.0 million of the obtainable $200.0 million.

Free money movement from ongoing operations for the three months ended June 30, 2022 was $21.9 million in comparison with $19.2 million in Q2 2021. The rise was pushed by constructive modifications in working capital and decrease taxes paid in comparison with Q2 2021.

Building and exploration bills at Séguéla had been $25.3 million for Q2 2022 and $68.1 million yr thus far.

Lindero Mine, Argentina

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 2022 2021
Mine Manufacturing
Tonnes positioned on the leach pad 1,502,074 1,477,000 2,797,829 3,607,000
Gold
Grade (g/t) 0.74 0.95 0.83 0.87
Manufacturing (oz) 29,016 19,521 59,084 41,853
Metallic bought (oz) 30,546 18,924 59,165 40,213
Realized value ($/oz) 1,869 1,804 1,879 1,777
Unit Prices
Money value ($/oz Au) 1 687 644 690 629
All-in sustaining money value ($/oz Au) 1 1,151 1,168 1,096 1,089
Capital expenditures ($000’s)
Sustaining 6,123 4,973 9,248 9,013
Non-sustaining 169
Brownfields 646 351 790 442
1 Money value and AISC are non-IFRS monetary measures. Confer with Non-IFRS Monetary Measures.

The COVID-19 absenteeism influence on manufacturing skilled initially of 2022 has been vastly mitigated by sturdy manufacturing within the second quarter.

Within the second quarter of 2022, a complete of 1,502,074 tonnes of ore had been positioned on the heap leach pad, averaging 0.74 g/t gold, containing an estimated 35,784 ounces of gold. Gold manufacturing for Q2 2022 totaled 29,016 ounces, representing a 49% enhance year-over-year. Larger gold manufacturing is defined by a rise in efficiency of the three-stage crushing and stacking circuits, which delivered 99% of the 1.5 million tonnes of ore positioned on the pad within the quarter, in comparison with 46% or 0.7 million tonnes of the 1.47 million tonnes positioned within the comparable quarter a yr in the past. Mine manufacturing was 2.2 million tonnes of mineralized materials with a strip ratio of 1:1. The operation skilled a constructive reconciliation for ore despatched to the leach pad through the second quarter, with grades sampled on the plant being 17% larger than estimated from the reserve mannequin.

As a part of the continual measures to enhance productiveness, administration has applied varied excessive influence optimization initiatives to seize efficiencies at each the processing plant and the mining operation, a few of which had been applied through the second quarter. These initiatives embrace: the optimization of cyanide restoration on the SART plant to considerably cut back recent make-up cyanide consumption; reducing the consumption of sulfuric acid on the SART plant, while sustaining its effectivity price and copper steadiness; and optimizing the mining technique by implementing extra non permanent ramps to considerably lower trucking distance, enhance truck productiveness, and in the end cut back trucking hours and complete fleet diesel consumption, supporting the Firm´s carbon footprint discount technique.

Money value per gold ounce bought was $687 for Q2 2022, in comparison with $644 within the second quarter of 2021. Money prices per ounce of gold was larger resulting from larger consumable costs, primarily associated to diesel, explosives, cyanide and cement, larger service prices associated to gear leases, and better labor prices resulting from overseas change and inflation. This was partially offset by the upper quantity of gold bought.

All-in sustaining money prices per gold ounce bought was $1,151 throughout Q2 2022 in contrast with $1,168 within the second quarter of 2021. All-in sustaining prices for the second quarter of 2022 had been impacted by the manufacturing points described above and offset by decrease sustaining capital associated to timing results.

Sustaining capital for the quarter primarily consisted of spending on leach pad enlargement and mine upkeep. Brownfields capital primarily pertains to exploration on the Arizaro venture.

Yaramoko Mine Advanced, Burkina Faso

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 2022 2021
Mine Manufacturing
Tonnes milled 138,787 266,755
Gold
Grade (g/t) 5.42 6.43
Restoration (%) 97 98
Manufacturing (oz) 24,553 52,788
Metallic bought (oz) 24,598 54,128
Realized value ($/oz) 1,868 1,873
Unit Prices
Money value ($/oz Au) 1 928 804
All-in sustaining money value ($/oz Au) 1 1,565 1,334
Capital expenditures ($000’s)
Sustaining 9,085 16,446
Brownfields 488
1 Money value and AISC are non-IFRS monetary measures. Confer with Non-IFRS Monetary Measures.
2 The Yaramoko Mine was acquired as a part of the acquisition of Roxgold which accomplished on July 2, 2021. As such comparative figures for the comparative intervals in 2021 will not be offered.

The Yaramoko Mine produced 24,553 ounces of gold within the second quarter of 2022 with a mean gold head grade of 5.42 g/t, which is according to the mining sequence and Mineral Reserve estimate. Gold manufacturing on the Yaramoko Mine is on monitor to fulfill the annual steering vary.

Money value per gold ounce bought was $928, which was beneath plan, primarily resulting from larger mine manufacturing and decrease oblique prices throughout Q2 2022, barely offset by decrease head grade.

All-in sustaining money value per gold ounce bought was $1,565 for Q2 2022, which was beneath plan, primarily resulting from larger manufacturing, partially offset by a write-down of low grade stockpiles to internet realizable worth.

Sustaining capital for the Q2 2022 consisted primarily of mine improvement.

San Jose Mine, Mexico

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 2022 2021
Mine Manufacturing
Tonnes milled 251,945 269,565 502,892 529,368
Common tonnes milled per day 2,831 3,029 2,874 3,038
Silver
Grade (g/t) 187 205 186 211
Restoration (%) 91 92 91 91
Manufacturing (oz) 1,385,336 1,624,394 2,743,526 3,270,838
Metallic bought (oz) 1,417,303 1,621,410 2,733,496 3,263,710
Realized value ($/oz) 22.56 26.90 23.39 26.53
Gold
Grade (g/t) 1.13 1.30 1.13 1.33
Restoration (%) 91 91 90 91
Manufacturing (oz) 8,295 10,266 16,534 20,567
Metallic bought (oz) 8,564 10,212 16,516 20,499
Realized value ($/oz) 1,873 1,826 1,881 1,804
Unit Prices
Manufacturing money value ($/t) 2 83.57 75.20 79.82 72.78
Manufacturing money value ($/oz Ag Eq) 1,2 11.00 9.55 10.72 8.96
Internet smelter return ($/t) 174.79 219.52 178.58 178.58
All-in sustaining money value ($/oz Ag Eq) 1,2 15.41 14.31 15.36 13.19
Capital expenditures ($000’s)
Sustaining 4,051 3,121 7,626 4,397
Non-sustaining 454 757 869 1,031
Brownfields 1,568 2,154 3,097 3,890
1 Manufacturing money value silver equal and All-in sustaining money value silver equal are calculated utilizing realized metallic costs for every interval respectively
2 Manufacturing money value, Manufacturing money value silver equal, and All-in sustaining money value silver equal are Non-IFRS Monetary Measures, check with Non-IFRS Monetary Measures

Within the second quarter of 2022, the San Jose Mine produced 1,385,336 ounces of silver and eight,295 ounces of gold, 15% and 19% decrease, respectively, than the comparable interval within the prior yr. The decreases are a results of a mix of seven% decrease mill throughput, and decrease common head grades of 9% for silver and 13% for gold, that are according to the mining sequence and Mineral Reserve estimates. The mine stays on monitor to attain its annual manufacturing steering.

The San Jose crew has efficiently applied lengthy gap stoping in choose areas of the mine in 2022, with the goal to enhance manufacturing capability and cut back complete mining value per tonne. As well as, a brand new underground shotcrete plant was commissioned within the second quarter which is predicted to cut back total mining cycle instances and assist prices.

The money value per tonne for the three months ended June 30, 2022 was $83.57 per tonne in comparison with $75.20 per tonne in the identical interval in 2021 primarily resulting from inflation, non-recurring upkeep and decrease tonnes processed.

The all-in sustaining money value of payable silver equal for the second quarter in 2022 elevated 8% to $15.41 per ounce, in comparison with $14.31 per ounce for a similar interval in 2021. The rise in all-in sustaining prices was primarily because of the results of decrease silver equal ounces bought and elevated money prices as highlighted above.

Capital expenditures within the quarter primarily consisted of mine improvement. Capital expenditures had been decrease than the identical interval in 2021 primarily resulting from timing.

Caylloma Mine, Peru

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 2022 2021
Mine Manufacturing
Tonnes milled 135,977 133,645 268,552 265,532
Common tonnes milled per day 1,528 1,536 1,526 1,517
Silver
Grade (g/t) 77 76 83 77
Restoration (%) 79 83 81 82
Manufacturing (oz) 267,559 268,428 579,498 535,739
Metallic bought (oz) 279,051 275,652 573,352 534,963
Realized value ($/oz) 22.89 26.54 23.35 26.42
Gold
Grade (g/t) 0.17 0.42 0.16 0.52
Restoration (%) 43 69 40 71
Manufacturing (oz) 307 1,261 565 3,183
Metallic bought (oz) 278 1,466 603 3,140
Realized value ($/oz) 1,897 1,808 1,864 1,790
Lead
Grade (%) 3.00 3.09 3.27 3.15
Restoration (%) 85 90 88 89
Manufacturing (000’s lbs) 7,637 8,144 16,771 16,325
Metallic bought (000’s lbs) 8,021 8,497 16,596 16,495
Realized value ($/lb) 1.02 0.95 1.04 0.94
Zinc
Grade (%) 4.09 4.58 4.14 4.64
Restoration (%) 89 87 89 87
Manufacturing (000’s lbs) 10,886 11,764 21,713 23,733
Metallic bought (000’s lbs) 10,920 11,755 21,466 24,021
Realized value ($/lb) 1.79 1.33 1.74 1.28
Unit Prices
Manufacturing money value ($/t) 2 93.31 87.24 91.48 83.81
Manufacturing money value ($/oz Ag Eq) 1,2 13.14 13.98 12.77 13.54
Internet smelter return ($/t) 190.60 189.10 200.96 200.96
All-in sustaining money value ($/oz Ag Eq) 1,2 18.19 18.94 18.01 18.25
Capital expenditures ($000’s)
Sustaining 3,793 2,315 7,742 3,839
Brownfields 207 979 531 1,609
1 Manufacturing money value silver equal and All-in sustaining money value silver equal are calculated utilizing realized metallic costs for every interval respectively
2 Manufacturing money value, Manufacturing money value silver equal, and All-in sustaining money value silver equal are Non-IFRS Monetary Measures, check with Non-IFRS Monetary Measures

The Caylloma Mine produced 267,559 ounces of silver, 7.6 million kilos of lead, and 10.9 million kilos of zinc through the three months ended June 30, 2022. The operation delivered one other sturdy quarter of operational efficiency and is monitoring effectively to ship complete manufacturing within the higher vary of steering. Silver manufacturing had a mean head grade of 77 g/t which was according to expectation. Lead manufacturing was 6% decrease than the comparable interval resulting from decrease grades whereas zinc manufacturing was 7% decrease than the comparable interval resulting from decrease grades. Gold manufacturing totaled 307 ounces with a mean head grade of 0.17 g/t which was according to expectations.

The money value per tonne of processed ore for the three months ended June 30, 2022 elevated 7% to $93.31 in comparison with $87.24 in the identical interval in 2021. The rise was primarily the results of excessive inflation on mine prices, surprising dewatering prices and elevated mill upkeep.

The all-in sustaining money value for the three months ended June 30, 2022 decreased 4% to $18.19 per ounce in comparison with $18.94 per ounce for a similar interval in 2021. The lower was primarily pushed by larger silver equal manufacturing resulting from decrease realized silver costs.

Sustaining capital expenditures for the quarter primarily associated to larger execution of the event situated in degree 16 and the opening of degree 18. The lower in Brownfields capital expenditures was resulting from decrease spending on drilling and improvement.

Certified Individual

Eric Chapman, Senior Vice President of Technical Providers, is a Skilled Geoscientist of the Affiliation of Skilled Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia (Registration Quantity 36328), and is the Firm’s Certified Individual (as outlined by Nationwide Instrument 43-101). Mr. Chapman has reviewed and permitted the scientific and technical data contained on this information launch and has verified the underlying information.

Non-IFRS Monetary Measures

The Firm has disclosed sure monetary measures and ratios on this information launch which aren’t outlined beneath the Worldwide Monetary Reporting Requirements (“IFRS”), as issued by the Worldwide Accounting Requirements Board, and will not be disclosed within the Firm’s monetary statements, together with however not restricted to: money value per ounce of gold bought; all-in sustaining money value per ounce of gold bought; all-in money value per ounce of gold bought; complete manufacturing money value per tonne; money value per payable ounce of silver equal bought; all-in sustaining money value per payable ounce of silver equal bought; all-in money value per payable ounce of silver equal bought; free money movement from ongoing operations; adjusted internet revenue; adjusted EBITDA and dealing capital.

These non-IFRS monetary measures and non-IFRS ratios are broadly reported within the mining business as benchmarks for efficiency and are utilized by administration to watch and consider the Firm’s working efficiency and skill to generate money. The Firm believes that, along with monetary measures and ratios ready in accordance with IFRS, sure buyers use these non-IFRS monetary measures and ratios to guage the Firm’s efficiency. Nevertheless, the measures do not need a standardized which means beneath IFRS and might not be akin to comparable monetary measures disclosed by different firms. Accordingly, non-IFRS monetary measures and non-IFRS ratios shouldn’t be thought of in isolation or as an alternative choice to measures and ratios of the Firm’s efficiency ready in accordance with IFRS. The Firm has calculated these measures persistently for all intervals offered.

To facilitate a greater understanding of those measures and ratios as calculated by the Firm, descriptions are supplied beneath. As well as, see “Non-IFRS Monetary Measures” within the Firm’s administration’s dialogue and evaluation for the three and 6 months ended June 30, 2022 (“Q2 2022 MD&A”), which part is included by reference on this information launch, for extra data concerning every non-IFRS monetary measure and non-IFRS ratio disclosed on this information launch, together with an evidence of their composition; an evidence of how such measures and ratios present helpful data to an investor and the extra functions, if any, for which administration of Fortuna makes use of such measures and ratio. The Q2 2022 MD&A could also be accessed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com beneath the Firm’s profile, Fortuna Silver Mines Inc.

Besides as in any other case described within the Q2 2022 MD&A, the Firm has calculated these measures persistently for all intervals offered.

Adjusted Internet Revenue for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 and 2021

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
Consolidated 2022 2021 2022 2021
Internet revenue 1.7 16.2 28.6 42.6
Changes, internet of tax:
Group assist provision and accruals 1 0.1 0.1
International change loss, Lindero Mine 2 0.5 2.6
Write off of mineral properties 1.5
Unrealized loss (achieve) on derivatives (4.4 ) (2.2 )
Roxgold transaction prices 3.5 3.5
Stock adjustment 3.3 3.3
Accretion on proper of use property 0.6 1.2
Different non-cash/non-recurring gadgets 0.9 1.2 3.0 0.2
Adjusted Internet Revenue 2.1 21.5 35.4 49.0
1 Quantities are recorded in Value of gross sales
2 Quantities are recorded in Basic and Administration
Figures could not add resulting from rounding

Adjusted EBITDA for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 and 2021

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
2022 2021 2022 2021
Internet revenue 1.7 16.2 28.6 42.6
Changes:
Group assist provision and accruals (0.1 ) (0.1 )
Stock adjustment 4.0 4.0 (0.1 )
International change loss, Lindero Mine 0.5 2.6
International change loss, Séguéla Mission 0.3 0.9
Internet finance gadgets 3.7 2.1 6.5 4.6
Depreciation, depletion, and amortization 42.5 20.5 80.6 39.7
Revenue taxes 13.6 12.0 20.4 25.3
Different non-cash/non-recurring gadgets (7.9 ) 3.7 (2.9 ) 1.1
Adjusted EBITDA 57.9 54.9 138.1 115.7

Figures could not add resulting from rounding

Free Money Circulation from ongoing operations for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 and 2021

In 2022, the Firm modified the tactic for calculating Free Money Circulation from Ongoing Operations. The calculation now makes use of taxes paid versus the earlier methodology which used present revenue taxes. Whereas this may occasionally create bigger quarter over quarter fluctuations because of the timing of revenue tax funds, administration believes the revised methodology is a greater illustration of the Free Money Circulation generated by the Firm’s ongoing operations. Comparative values from 2021 have been restated utilizing the change in methodology.

Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
Consolidated 2022 2021 2022 2021
(Restated) (Restated)
Internet money supplied by working actions 47.4 29.5 80.0 50.7
Changes
Roxgold transaction prices 3.5 3.5
Additions to mineral properties, plant and gear (25.5 ) (13.8 ) (46.0 ) (23.2 )
Progresso royalty cost 3.0 3.0
Different changes (3.0 ) (6.0 )
Free money movement from ongoing operations 21.9 19.2 31.0 31.0

Figures could not add resulting from rounding

Money Value per Ounce of Gold Offered for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 and 2021

Lindero Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Value of gross sales 41,326 24,280 77,194 46,466
Adjustments in doré stock (305 ) 1,652 712 1,002
Stock adjustment (739 )
Export duties (4,284 ) (2,582 ) (8,292 ) (5,382 )
Depletion and depreciation (14,296 ) (9,178 ) (26,305 ) (15,423 )
By product credit (70 ) (128 )
Manufacturing money value 1 21,702 14,102 43,309 26,535
Adjustments in doré stock 305 (1,652 ) (712 ) (1,002 )
Realized achieve in diesel hedge (1,037 ) (253 ) (1,819 ) (253 )
Therapy costs (10 )
Money value relevant per gold ounce bought A 20,970 12,187 40,778 25,280
Ounces of gold bought B 30,534 18,924 59,141 40,213
Money value per ounce of gold bought 1 ($/oz) =A/B 687 644 690 629
1 June 30, 2021 restated, Sustaining leases moved to All-In Sustaining
Yaramoko Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Value of gross sales 44,240 82,281
Adjustments in doré stock (1,320 )
Stock internet realizable worth adjustment (4,027 ) (4,027 )
Export duties (2,748 ) (6,081 )
Depletion and depreciation (14,626 ) (28,654 )
Refining costs (174 ) (329 )
By product credit (20 ) (25 )
Manufacturing money value 22,645 41,845
Adjustments in doré stock 1,320
Refining costs 174 329
Money value relevant per gold ounce bought A 22,819 43,494
Ounces of gold bought B 24,598 54,128
Money value per ounce of gold bought ($/oz) =A/B 928 804

All-in Sustaining Money Value per Ounce of Gold Offered for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022 and 2021

Lindero Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Money value relevant 20,970 12,187 40,778 25,280
Export duties and mining taxes 4,284 2,582 8,292 5,382
Basic and administrative bills (operations) 2,548 1,478 4,453 2,616
Adjusted working money value 27,802 16,247 53,523 33,278
Sustaining leases 563 538 1,268 1,056
Sustaining capital expenditures 1 6,123 4,973 9,248 9,013
Brownfields exploration expenditures 1 646 351 790 442
All-in sustaining money value 35,134 22,109 64,829 43,789
Non-sustaining capital expenditures 1 169
All-in money value 35,134 22,109 64,998 43,789
Ounces of gold bought 30,534 18,924 59,141 40,213
All-in sustaining money value per ounce of gold bought 1,151 1,168 1,096 1,089
All-in money value per ounce of gold bought 1,151 1,168 1,099 1,089
1 Introduced on a money foundation
Yaramoko Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Money value relevant 22,819 43,494
Stock internet realizable worth adjustment 1,955 1,955
Export duties and mining taxes 2,748 6,081
Basic and administrative bills (operations) 472 882
Adjusted working money value 27,994 52,412
Sustaining leases 1,419 2,854
Sustaining capital expenditures 1 9,085 16,446
Brownfields exploration expenditures 1 488
All-in sustaining money value 38,498 72,200
All-in money value 38,498 72,200
Ounces of gold bought 24,598 54,128
All-in sustaining money value per ounce of gold bought 1,565 1,334
All-in money value per ounce of gold bought 1,565 1,334
1 Introduced on a money foundation

Manufacturing Money Value per Tonne and Money Value per Payable Ounce of Silver Equal Offered

San Jose Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Value of gross sales 32,478 31,363 61,377 60,071
Adjustments in focus stock (5 ) 65 72 94
Depletion and depreciation in focus stock 2 (47 ) (19 ) (33 )
Stock adjustment (583 ) (23 ) (46 ) 138
Royalties and mining taxes (1,349 ) (1,384 ) (2,741 ) (2,727 )
Staff participation (170 ) (1,646 ) (897 ) (3,355 )
Depletion and depreciation (9,319 ) (8,056 ) (17,606 ) (15,660 )
Money value 3 A 21,054 20,272 40,140 38,528
Complete processed ore (tonnes) B 251,945 269,565 502,892 529,368
Manufacturing money value per tonne 3 ($/t) =A/B 83.57 75.20 79.82 72.78
Money value 3 A 21,054 20,272 40,140 38,528
Adjustments in focus stock 5 (65 ) (72 ) (94 )
Depletion and depreciation in focus stock (2 ) 47 19 33
Stock adjustment 583 23 46 (138 )
Therapy costs (146 ) 2,420 (55 ) 2,181
Refining costs 920 (1,392 ) 1,792 (378 )
Money value relevant per payable ounce bought 3 C 22,414 21,305 41,870 40,132
Payable ounces of silver equal bought 1 D 2,037,238 2,231,385 3,905,109 4,477,204
Money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2,3 ($/oz) =C/D 11.00 9.55 10.72 8.96
Mining value per tonne 3 37.28 40.68 37.37 39.20
Milling value per tonne 20.79 16.13 19.40 16.48
Oblique value per tonne 15.67 12.64 15.15 11.66
Group relations value per tonne 5.99 1.01 5.42 0.67
Distribution value per tonne 3.84 4.74 2.48 4.77
Manufacturing money value per tonne 3 ($/t) 83.57 75.20 79.82 72.78
1 Silver equal bought for Q2 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 83.0:1 (Q2 2021: 67.9:1). Silver equal bought for YTD 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 80.5:1 (YTD 2021: 68.0:1).
2 Silver equal is calculated utilizing the realized costs for gold and silver. Confer with Monetary Outcomes – Gross sales and Realized Costs
3 June 30, 2021 restated, Sustaining leases moved to All-In Sustaining
Caylloma Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Value of gross sales 17,284 16,413 33,305 32,030
Adjustments in focus stock (235 ) (294 ) (124 ) (229 )
Depletion and depreciation in focus stock (40 ) 18 (166 ) 22
Stock adjustment 40 122 312 (242 )
Royalties and mining taxes (221 ) (62 ) (468 ) (89 )
Provision for neighborhood assist 100 (26 )
Staff participation (321 ) (573 ) (934 ) (1,213 )
Depletion and depreciation (3,919 ) (3,965 ) (7,333 ) (8,026 )
Money value 3 A 12,688 11,659 24,566 22,253
Complete processed ore (tonnes) B 135,978 133,645 268,552 265,532
Manufacturing money value per tonne 3 ($/t) =A/B 93.31 87.24 91.48 83.81
Money value A 12,688 11,659 24,566 22,253
Adjustments in focus stock 235 294 124 229
Depletion and depreciation in focus stock 40 (18 ) 166 (22 )
Stock adjustment (40 ) (122 ) (312 ) 242
Therapy costs 4,253 3,590 8,167 6,747
Refining costs 372 428 764 833
Money value relevant per payable ounce bought 3 C 17,548 15,831 33,475 30,282
Payable ounces of silver equal bought 1 D 1,335,602 1,132,781 2,621,212 2,235,781
Money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2,3 ($/oz) =C/D 13.14 13.98 12.77 13.54
Mining value per tonne 40.27 31.69 37.40 30.46
Milling value per tonne 14.96 15.50 16.00 14.54
Oblique value per tonne 29.51 30.95 30.04 30.26
Group relations value per tonne 7.55 1.13 7.30 0.85
Distribution value per tonne 1.02 7.97 0.74 7.70
Manufacturing money value per tonne 3 ($/t) 93.31 87.24 91.48 83.81
1 Silver equal bought for Q2 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 82.9:1 (Q2 2021: 68.1:1), silver to guide ratio of 1:22.5 kilos (Q2 2021: 1:27.9), and silver to zinc ratio of 1:12.8 kilos (Q2 2021: 1:20.0). Silver equal bought for YTD 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 79.8:1 (YTD 2021: 67.8:1), silver to guide ratio of 1:22.5 kilos (YTD 2021: 1:28.2), and silver to zinc ratio of 1:13.4 kilos (YTD 2021: 1:20.6).
2 Silver equal is calculated utilizing the realized costs for gold, silver, lead, and zinc. Confer with Monetary Outcomes – Gross sales and Realized Costs
3 June 30, 2021 restated, Sustaining leases moved to All-In Sustaining

All-in Sustaining Money Value and All-in Money Value per Payable Ounce of Silver Equal Offered

San Jose Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Money value relevant 4 22,414 21,305 41,870 40,132
Royalties and mining taxes 1,349 1,384 2,741 2,727
Staff’ participation 212 2,058 1,121 4,194
Basic and administrative bills (operations) 1,649 1,771 3,239 3,446
Adjusted working money value 4 25,624 26,518 48,971 50,499
Care and upkeep prices (influence of COVID-19) (2 )
Sustaining leases 4 149 143 306 263
Sustaining capital expenditures 3 4,051 3,121 7,626 4,397
Brownfields exploration expenditures 3 1,568 2,154 3,097 3,890
All-in sustaining money value 31,390 31,936 60,000 59,049
Non-sustaining capital expenditures 3 454 757 869 1,031
All-in money value 31,844 32,693 60,869 60,080
Payable ounces of silver equal bought 1 2,037,238 2,231,385 3,905,109 4,477,204
All-in sustaining money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2 15.41 14.31 15.36 13.19
All-in money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2 15.63 14.65 15.59 13.42
1 Silver equal bought for Q2 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 83.0:1 (Q2 2021: 67.9:1). Silver equal bought for YTD 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 80.5:1 (YTD 2021: 68.0:1).
2 Silver equal is calculated utilizing the realized costs for gold and silver. Confer with Monetary Outcomes – Gross sales and Realized Costs
3 Introduced on a money foundation
4 June 30, 2021 restated, Sustaining leases moved from Money Value
Caylloma Mine Three months ended June 30, Six months ended June 30,
(Expressed in $’000’s, besides unit prices) 2022 2021 2022 2021
Money value relevant 4 17,548 15,831 33,475 30,282
Royalties and mining taxes 221 62 468 89
Staff’ participation 380 685 1,085 1,421
Basic and administrative bills (operations) 1,187 885 2,245 2,163
Adjusted working money value 4 19,336 17,463 37,273 33,955
Sustaining leases 4 956 694 1,664 1,390
Sustaining capital expenditures 3 3,793 2,315 7,742 3,839
Brownfields exploration expenditures 3 207 979 531 1,609
All-in sustaining money value 24,292 21,451 47,210 40,793
All-in money value 24,292 21,451 47,210 40,793
Payable ounces of silver equal bought 1 1,335,602 1,132,781 2,621,212 2,235,781
All-in sustaining money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2 18.19 18.94 18.01 18.25
All-in money value per ounce of payable silver equal bought 2 18.19 18.94 18.01 18.25
1 Silver equal bought for Q2 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 82.9:1 (Q2 2021: 68.1:1), silver to guide ratio of 1:22.5 kilos (Q2 2021: 1:27.9), and silver to zinc ratio of 1:12.8 kilos (Q2 2021: 1:20.0). Silver equal bought for YTD 2022 is calculated utilizing a silver to gold ratio of 79.8:1 (YTD 2021: 67.8:1), silver to guide ratio of 1:22.5 kilos (YTD 2021: 1:28.2), and silver to zinc ratio of 1:13.4 kilos (YTD 2021: 1:20.6).
2 Silver equal is calculated utilizing the realized costs for gold, silver, lead, and zinc. Confer with Monetary Outcomes – Gross sales and Realized Costs
3 Introduced on a money foundation
4 June 30, 2021 restated, Sustaining leases moved from Money Value

Further data concerning the Firm’s monetary outcomes and actions underway can be found within the Firm’s second quarter 2022 Monetary Statements and accompanying Q2 2022 MD&A, which can be found for obtain on the Firm’s web site, www.fortunasilver.com , on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and on EDGAR at www.sec.gov/edgar .

Convention Name and Webcast

A convention name to debate the monetary and operational outcomes will likely be held on Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time | 12:00 p.m. Japanese time. Internet hosting the decision will likely be Jorge A. Ganoza, President and CEO, Luis D. Ganoza, Chief Monetary Officer, Cesar Velasco, Chief Working Officer – Latin America, and Paul Criddle, Chief Working Officer – West Africa.

Shareholders, analysts, media and buyers are invited to take heed to the reside convention name by logging onto the webcast at: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Web page/1696/46215 or over the cellphone by dialing in simply previous to the beginning time.

Convention name particulars:

Date: Thursday, August 11, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. Pacific time | 12:00 p.m. Japanese time

Dial in quantity (Toll Free): +1. 888.506.0062
Dial in quantity (Worldwide): +1.973.528.0011
Entry code: 359194

Replay quantity (Toll Free): +1.877.481.4010
Replay quantity (Worldwide): +1.919.882.2331
Replay Passcode: 46215

Playback of the earnings name will likely be obtainable till Thursday, August 25, 2022. Playback of the webcast will likely be obtainable till Friday, August 11, 2023. As well as, a transcript of the decision will likely be archived on the Firm’s web site.

About Fortuna Silver Mines Inc.

Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. is a Canadian treasured metals mining firm with 4 working mines in Argentina, Burkina Faso, Mexico and Peru, and a fifth mine beneath development in Côte d’Ivoire. Sustainability is integral to all our operations and relationships. We produce gold and silver and generate shared worth over the long-term for our stakeholders by means of environment friendly manufacturing, environmental safety and social accountability. For extra data, please go to our web site .

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Jorge A. Ganoza
President, CEO, and Director
Fortuna Silver Mines Inc.

Investor Relations:
Carlos Baca | data@fortunasilver.com

Ahead-looking Statements

This information launch incorporates forward-looking statements which represent “forward-looking data” throughout the which means of relevant Canadian securities laws and “forward-looking statements” throughout the which means of the “protected harbor” provisions of the Non-public Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (collectively, “Ahead-looking Statements”). All statements included herein, aside from statements of historic reality, are Ahead-looking Statements and are topic to a wide range of identified and unknown dangers and uncertainties which may trigger precise occasions or outcomes to vary materially from these mirrored within the Ahead-looking Statements. The Ahead-looking Statements on this information launch embrace, with out limitation, statements concerning the Firm’s plans for its mines and mineral properties; the Firm’s anticipated efficiency in 2022, together with estimated manufacturing and prices of manufacturing for 2022; estimated capital expenditures in 2022 and exploration spending in 2022, together with quantities for exploration actions on the Séguéla and San Jose properties; the Firm’s plans for the development of the open pit mine on the Séguéla venture in Cote d’Ivoire; the economics for the development of the mine on the Séguéla venture as set out within the feasibility examine, the estimated development capital expenditures for the venture, the timelines and schedules for the development and manufacturing of gold on the Séguéla venture; statements concerning the Firm’s liquidity; the Firm’s enterprise technique, plans and outlook; the benefit of the Firm’s mines and mineral properties; mineral useful resource and reserve estimates; manufacturing prices; timelines; the long run monetary or working efficiency of the Firm; anticipated approvals and different issues. Typically, however not all the time, these Ahead-looking Statements could be recognized by means of phrases equivalent to “estimated”, “anticipated”, “anticipated”, “potential”, “open”, “future”, “assumed”, “projected”, “used”, “detailed”, “has been”, “achieve”, “deliberate”, “reflecting”, “will”, “containing”, “remaining”, “to be”, or statements that occasions, “may” or “ought to” happen or be achieved and comparable expressions, together with damaging variations.

Ahead-looking Statements contain identified and unknown dangers, uncertainties and different components which can trigger the precise outcomes, efficiency or achievements of the Firm to be materially completely different from any outcomes, efficiency or achievements expressed or implied by the Ahead-looking Statements. Such uncertainties and components embrace, amongst others, modifications basically financial situations and monetary markets; the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Firm’s mining operations and development actions; the dangers regarding a worldwide pandemic, together with the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to dangers related to battle or different geo-political hostilities, such because the Ukrainian – Russian battle, any of which may proceed to trigger a disruption in world financial exercise; the dangers related to the acquisition of Roxgold, together with the flexibility of the Firm to efficiently consolidate features, combine operations, procedures and personnel; opposed modifications in costs for gold, silver and different metals; the flexibility of the Firm to efficiently problem an alleged typographical error within the environmental influence authorization (“EIA”) granted for the San Jose Mine in December 2021; fluctuation in currencies and overseas change charges; inflation; the imposition of capital controls in nations through which the Firm operates; any extension of the forex controls in Argentina; modifications within the costs of key provides; technological and operational hazards in Fortuna’s mining and mine improvement actions; dangers inherent in mineral exploration; uncertainties inherent within the estimation of mineral reserves, mineral assets, and metallic recoveries; modifications to present estimates of mineral reserves and assets; modifications to manufacturing and value estimates; modifications within the place of regulatory authorities with respect to the granting of approvals or permits; governmental and different approvals; modifications in authorities, political unrest or instability in nations the place Fortuna is energetic; labor relations points; in addition to these components mentioned beneath “Danger Elements” within the Firm’s Annual Data Kind. Though the Firm has tried to establish vital components that might trigger precise actions, occasions or outcomes to vary materially from these described in Ahead-looking Statements, there could also be different components that trigger actions, occasions or outcomes to vary from these anticipated, estimated or supposed.

Ahead-looking Statements contained herein are based mostly on the assumptions, beliefs, expectations and opinions of administration, together with however not restricted to the accuracy of the Firm’s present mineral useful resource and reserve estimates; that the Firm’s actions will likely be performed in accordance with the Firm’s public statements and said targets; that there will likely be no materials opposed change affecting the Firm, its properties or modifications to manufacturing estimates (which assume accuracy of projected ore grade, mining charges, restoration timing, and restoration price estimates and could also be impacted by unscheduled upkeep, labour and contractor availability and different working or technical difficulties); the development on the Séguéla gold Mission will proceed on the time line and in accordance with the price range as deliberate; the length and impacts of COVID-19; geo-political uncertainties that will have an effect on the Firm’s manufacturing, workforce, enterprise, operations and monetary situation; that the Firm will the anticipated tendencies in mineral costs and forex change charges; that the Firm will reach difficult the alleged typographical error within the December 2021 extension to the San Jose EIA; that each one required approvals and permits will likely be obtained for the Firm’s enterprise and operations on acceptable phrases; that there will likely be no vital disruptions affecting the Firm’s operations and such different assumptions as set out herein. Ahead-looking Statements are made as of the date hereof and the Firm disclaims any obligation to replace any Ahead-looking Statements, whether or not on account of new data, future occasions or outcomes or in any other case, besides as required by legislation. There could be no assurance that these Ahead-looking Statements will show to be correct, as precise outcomes and future occasions may differ materially from these anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, buyers shouldn’t place undue reliance on Ahead-looking Statements.

Cautionary Notice to United States Buyers Regarding Estimates of Reserves and Sources

Reserve and useful resource estimates included on this information launch have been ready in accordance with Nationwide Instrument 43-101 Requirements of Disclosure for Mineral Tasks (“NI 43-101”) and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum Definition Requirements on Mineral Sources and Mineral Reserves. NI 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Directors that establishes requirements for public disclosure by a Canadian firm of scientific and technical data regarding mineral initiatives. Except in any other case indicated, all mineral reserve and mineral useful resource estimates contained within the technical disclosure have been ready in accordance with NI 43-101 and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Definition Requirements on Mineral Sources and Reserves. Canadian requirements, together with NI 43-101, differ considerably from the necessities of the Securities and Alternate Fee, and mineral reserve and useful resource data included on this information launch might not be akin to comparable data disclosed by U.S. firms.

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