Dalgaranga has an initial mine life of six years.

Gascoyne locks in $60m debt facility

West Perth-based Gascoyne Resources has secured a $60 million debt facility with two major Australian banks as it aims for its Dalgaranga gold project to be in production in mid-2018.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank have agreed to a 50-50 loan with a four-and-a-half-year term that included a hedging facility.

The hedging facility included 164,000 ounces of mandatory hedging already completed to take advantage of the favourable gold price.


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Total Shareholder Return as at 30/11/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
173rdApollo Minerals72%-27%
464thVictory Mines0%-81%
595thGascoyne Resources-21%7%
782ndVolt Resources-66%-2%
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313th↓Gascoyne Resources$17k
315th-Volt Resources$15k
316th↑Victory Mines$15k
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339thMichael Dunbar$396k
1210thEva O'Malley$69k
1242ndMike Joyce$25k
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