OceanaGold has released strong results for the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, posting net revenue of $US402.4 million ($544.9 million) and profit of $US89.1 million ($120.7 million) for the first half of 2017.
OceanaGold Corp delivered record annual gold output and met its production guidance for the sixth consecutive year in 2017.
Australian-headquartered OceanaGold Corp has launched commercial production at its Haile gold mine in the United States.
Gold miner St Barbara scooped the Digger of the Year award at the 26th Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie this week.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has attacked mining companies operating in the country, saying he will “tax you to death” for not protecting the environment.
Australia’s OceanaGold plans to take legal action if a proposed move in the Philippines to suspend or close a series of mines in the country, including its Didipio operation, for environmental reasons goes ahead.
Dual-listed OceanaGold Corp has poured first gold from the Haile mine in South Carolina, United States.
A miner has been killed after his loader tipped, while operating underground at OceanaGold’s Waihi mine.
Diggers and Dealers has wrapped up for another year, with OceanaGold and Mark Cutifiani taking the top prizes.
OceanaGold has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Newmont’s Waihi gold mine in New Zealand.
OceanaGold has completed its arrangement for a $200 million corporate revolving credit facility.
OceanaGold will cut 60 jobs from its Reefton gold mine as operations at the site wind down.
Heavy rain has led to a pitwall failure at OceanaGold’s Macraes open pit gold mine in New Zealand.
In the aftermath of New Zealand’s 2010 Pike River coal mine tragedy which killed 29 men, the government is reviewing its mining safety regulations.
OceanaGold’s New Zealand Reefton operations are not viable at a gold price under $NZ2000 an ounce, the company has revealed.
Plummeting gold prices is hitting gold miners hard, with OceanaGold announcing its Reefton mine in New Zealand will be transitioned into care and maintenance mode two years early.
Australian gold miner OceanaGold is considering freezing wages for hundreds of mining employees at two of its New Zealand mines.