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Gold Mining Journal Jan-Mar17  

Gold Mining Journal

This Months featured issue
January - March 2017

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Inside this Months issue


The biggest story to break in the gold space in 2016 was Minjar Gold’s reported $US1.3 billion bid for Barrick’s 50% stake in the Super Pit. While there are doubts Minjar has the capacity to deliver on its proposal, the company has drawn support from some in the industry who want to see some certainty on the Super Pit’s future. Mark Andrews reports... read more


Blackham Resources officially became Australia’s newest gold producer when it reopened the Wiluna and Matilda gold operations in November. Wiluna has endured an interesting history, marred by repeated failures, however, Blackham believes it has the secret to unlocking the gold potential in the region. Mark Andrews was on site for the official reopening of the Wiluna and Matilda operations... read more


Despite the gold price tailing off towards the end of 2016, Australian producers and miners enjoyed a fruitful year and there were no better performers in their respective trades than Evolution Mining and Dacian Gold. Michael Washbourne delivered the news to Miner of the Year Evolution Mining executive chairman Jake Klein, who provided Gold Mining Journal with an outlook of what the market can expect from the company this year... read more

Regional Roundup

Crusader Resources is hoping to be in production at the Juruena project, Brazil, by the end of the year. In the meantime, the company is expected to announce updated resources for the Dona Maria and Querosene deposits, with a scoping study on open-pit mining to follow later this quarter. Michael Washbourne, who visited the project during 2016, followed up with Crusader executive director Paul Stephen on its progress... read more

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