Second increase to gold production guidance with the range increased to 515,000 ounces to 545,000 ounces (from 500,000 to 540,000 ounces); all-in sustaining costs guidance unchanged;
Recorded revenue of $589.2-million with EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) of $290.0-million and a net profit of $110.8-million in the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2018, including revenue of $186.8-million with EBITDA of $79.4-million and a net profit of $21.7-million in the third quarter;
Reduced total debt by 23 per cent quarter on quarter through the discretionary repayment of $50-million toward the revolving credit facility and $2.7-million in equipment leases while paying $12.4-million in dividends;
Maintained immediate liquidity at $139.7-million, excluding $76.6-million of marketable securities held as strategic investments;
Consolidated production of 406,631 ounces of gold and 12,118 tonnes of copper in the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2018, including 138,034 ounces of gold and 4,310 tonnes of copper produced in the third quarter;
All-in sustaining costs of $751 per ounce on sales of 400,556 ounces of gold and 11,404 tonnes of copper in the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2018; third quarter consolidated all-in sustaining costs of $761 per ounce on sales of 134,134 ounces of gold and 4,232 tonnes of copper;
Achieved 34th consecutive quarter of positive return on invested capital;
Exploration success continued across the business with significant results reported at the WKP regional target in New Zealand.
habe mir schon gedacht das es an der Mine auf den Philippinen liegt. Hatte nur zeitlich nicht genau gepasst und erst hieß es Dementi von Seiten Oceanagold. Aber egal letztlich hab ich es auch rausgefunden.
: OceanaGold Reports Full Year 2019 Financials
Full year 2019 consolidated production of 470,601 ounces of gold and 10,255 tonnes of copper, including 108,151 ounces of gold produced in the fourth quarter, an increase of nearly 20% from the previous quarter with strong production from Haile and Macraes. Full year 2019 All-in Sustaining Costs ("AISC") of $1,061 per ounce and fourth quarter AISC of $980 per ounce, a decrease of 13% from the previous quarter on improved cash costs. YTD operating cash flow of $204.3 million, including $46.7 million in the fourth quarter ? an increase of 44% over the previous quarter. Immediately available liquidity of $99.0 million, including $49.0 million of cash on hand and $50 million in undrawn credit facilities; amended $200 million Revolving Credit facility by extending tenure to December 31, 2021. Full year revenue of $651.2 million including fourth quarter revenue of $152.1 million. Full year Earnings before Interest, Depreciation and Amortisation ("EBITDA") of $214.2 million, net profit of $14.5 million, and adjusted net profit (after income tax and before gain/loss on fair value of undesignated hedges and impairment) of $32.1 million. Fourth quarter EBITDA of $45.2 million, net profit of $8.7 million, and adjusted net earnings (after income tax and before gain/loss on fair value of undesignated hedges and impairment) of negative $0.7 million. Subsequent to quarter end, the Company announced increased mineral resources at the Martha Underground including 824 koz in Indicated Resources and 614 koz in Inferred Resources. FTAA renewal re-endorsed to the Office of the President in December. No definitive timeline on a decision by the Office of the President or a resumption of operations at Didipio.
From 11.59pm Wednesday 25 March 2020, The Waihi Operation in the North Island of New Zealand will temporarily suspend the ongoing development of the Martha Underground Mine and go into care and maintenance for the duration of the four-week mandated closure. The Company is working with the New Zealand Government to determine what exemptions may be available for the Macraes Operation in the South Island of New Zealand. OceanaGold Corporation?s Acting President and CEO, Michael Holmes, said the Company was supportive of the government?s aim to protect the health and safety of all New Zealanders. ?We recognise strong decisions will be made to slow down the spread of COVID-19?, Mr Holmes said. ?We will work with the Government to support the health and safety of the communities where we work and live.? The Company will provide the market with another update when we have more information.