The investor presentation is online now. They list that they have $217 million dollar cash cushion left once all expenditures are accounted for, including a buffer zone. This begs the question of why they had to take out such a massive $350 million dollar "loan" via bond sale. Why not $200 million? It's nice to see them have so much cash on hand, but that $217 million dollars is costing them 10% interest a year, or about $22 million bucks. Just for sitting in their bank account.
At least there's no worries anymore about financing for Mt Milligan. Come hell or high water it will be completed.