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Gold Mining Project Review 2024 – Australia

With gold prices surpassing $2,000/oz since the beginning of 2024 and $1,900 for most of 2023, gold project sponsors have been busy proving up their resources. Indeed, in Q1 2024 alone Costmine Intelligence counts 36 development studies released for properties globally. TSX-V listed companies account for majority of these, and 10 projects are found in Canada. South America, USA, Africa and Australia are the other main jurisdictions that have seen heightened activity. In this release, we map the Australian projects with updated technical reports.

Costmine Intelligence took a snapshot of some of the most recent technical reports published for gold projects. You can download and review these documents with one click and see the latest updates form these projects.

 

GOLD PROJECT REVIEW 2024: Australia

Here we have collected the majority of technical reports published for gold projects in the year 2024. You can download and review these documents with one click and see what the work these companies are doing at their properties. 

Wiluna Gold Project
Wiluna Mining Corporation
(ASX: WMC)

Feb. 20, 2024

Georgetown Project
EMU
(ASX: EMU)

Mar. 4, 2024

Badja Project
EMU
(ASK: EMU)

Mar. 14, 2024

Gum Creek Gold Project
Horizon Gold
(ASX: HRN)

Mar. 17, 2024

The Jasper Hills Project
Brightstar Resources
(ASX: BTR)

Mar. 25, 2024

Costerfield Property
Mandalay Resources
(TSX: MND)

Feb. 27, 2024

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