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Gold Mining Journal October-December 2014  

Gold Mining Journal

This Months featured issue
October - December 2014

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Inside this Months issue


As the spot price continues to wither, the gold sector is wondering just how far things will fall. However, columnist Keith Goode found in a recent visit to China that sentiment in the world’s largest gold-buying nation is very different. He looks at the launch of the International Gold Board in Shanghai and the long-term view Chinese investors have about the gold price... read more


Phoenix Gold Ltd could provide the Australian junior gold sector with a ray of sunlight when it pours first gold from its Castle Hill project near Kalgoorlie this quarter. Phoenix’s is a good, old-fashioned Eastern Goldfields story of tenement consolidation and the use of third-party infrastructure. As Michael Washbourne found out, the company is benefitting immensely from going retro... read more


The success story continues for the Allan Kelly-led Doray Minerals Ltd as the Murchison-focused junior carries on making money while at the same time fulfilling its managing director’s exploration aspirations. Rhys Dickinson visited Doray’s Andy Well mine and spoke to Kelly about the company’s performance... read more


Leading our round-up of the gold sector on the African continent is news on two of the biggest gold spin-outs of the last five years. Sibanye Gold Ltd’s Neal Froneman talks about his company’s expansion plans while African Barrick Gold plc’s Brad Gordon is surprisingly bullish about its resurrection in Tanzania... read more

Regional Round-Up

Our global round-up features some of the highlights of the Denver Gold Forum, held in September, as well as a focus on Australian juniors exploring in as diverse regions as Nevada, Peru, Philippines and Papua New Guinea... read more




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