Gold Mining Journal is Australia’s only dedicated gold mining industry magazine.
Published quarterly, the magazine offers comprehensive coverage of the gold industry both in Australia and worldwide.
In addition to contributions from respected columnists, widespread news coverage on the gold sector is provided by Gold Mining Journal’s journalists, who frequently visit mines in Australia and around the world with mining company executives.
PwC’s Aussie mine 2020 report – focused on the 50 ASX-listed “mid-tier” mining companies with market values under $5 billion – showed that several gold companies have catapulted to mid-tier status, with gold miners accounting for more than 50% of new entrants to the Mid-Tier 50 (MT50) IN 2020. Meanwhile, BDO’s quarterly Explorer Cash Survey showed funding for the sector hit a two-year high, with total financing inflows reaching $2.02 billion in the September quarter, pointing to a big 12 months ahead for mid-tier producers and junior explorers. Dominic Piper reports
Perseus Mining may have surprised a few people by taking out the Miner of the Year award, however, with three gold mines in operation boasting global production of 257,639Oz at a cash margin of $US485/oz, the company has delivered handsomely for shareholders. Meanwhile, there was nothing more certain in 2020 than De Grey Mining as the Explorer of the Year following its success at Hemi in the Pilbara. GMJ gets the expert view on why both Perseus and De Grey are standouts in their fields
West African gold explorers are trading at a discount to their Australian peers on the ASX, however, the view of some in the sector is that company valuations will start to level in time. GMJ takes a look at some of the stories to watch in Africa
From grassroots exploration in Latin America to near-term development plays in Asia-Pacific, Australian outfits are capitalising on the tailwind driving the gold sector. Among the companies featured in this edition are Tesoro Resources, Geopacific Resources and Kingston Resources