Chris Stevens says the agreement provides the opportunity to use the new technology at the Mount Gunson cobber-cobalt project, as well as potential global projects. Photo: Gindalbie

Gindalbie licenses new technology

Gindalbie Metals has become the first company to announce plans for the use of a new mineral processing technology developed by Curtin University, with initial focus on its Mount Gunson copper-cobalt project in South Australia.


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Share Price

Closing price for the last 90 trading days
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Total Shareholder Return as at 28/02/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
509thInterpose Holdings-12%-35%
533rdGindalbie Metals-16%-36%
612thHardey Resources-30%-16%
798thGulf Manganese Corporation-71%-29%
711 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
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Share Transactions

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Total value as at the date of the transaction
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418th↓Gindalbie Metals$0
421st↓Gulf Manganese Corporation$0
422nd-Hardey Resources$0
424th-Indus Energy$0
425th↓Interpose Holdings$0
503 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
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Remuneration from Gindalbie Metals

439thRebecca Moylan$304k
655thKeith Jones$207k
842ndChris Stevens$141k
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