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crocodile gold corp (CRK) Details

Crocodile Gold Corp. is engaged in the mining and exploration of gold properties in the Northern Territory and the state of Victoria, Australia. It holds interest in Burnside gold and base metal project, and the Union Reefs, Pine Creek, Maud Creek, and Cosmo gold projects comprising a total of 280 mineral and exploration titles totaling 2,242 square kilometers in the Northern Territory; and Fosterville gold mine and Big Hill project located in the state of Victoria. The company has a combined land package of approximately 4,000 square kilometers. Crocodile Gold Corp. is based in Toronto, Canada.

crocodile gold corp (CRK) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Director ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$188.8K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$257.8K
Technical Consultant
Total Annual Compensation: C$188.5K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

crocodile gold corp (CRK) Key Developments

Crocodile Gold Corp. Reports Consolidated Earnings and Production Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2014

Crocodile Gold Corp. reported consolidated earnings and production results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of $73,336,486 against $78,201,622 a year ago. Operating income was $12,582,806 against $8,585,292 a year ago. Net income was $8,583,897 against $3,319,678 a year ago. Net income per share was $0.02 against $0.01 a year ago. Cash generated from operating activities was $18,232,015 against $18,341,774 a year ago. Investment in mine development, property, plant and equipment were $17,644,265 against $17,777,671 a year ago. Expenditure on mine development per the statement of cash flows was $15,299,488 against $14,875,305 a year ago. For the nine months, the company reported revenue of $212,955,851 against $227,547,959 a year ago. Operating income was $28,008,848 against $1,940,222 a year ago. Net income was $9,192,491 against net loss of $69,461,540 a year ago. Net income per share was $0.02 against net loss per share of $0.17 a year ago. Cash generated from operating activities was $48,875,922 against $46,930,176 a year ago. Investment in mine development, property, plant and equipment were $51,455,322 against $57,711,990 a year ago. Expenditure on mine development per the statement of cash flows was $42,915,840 against $43,699,680 a year ago. For the quarter, the company consolidated gold produced of 55,909 ounces against 55,206 ounces a year ago. For the nine months, the company consolidated gold produced of 163,516 ounces against 152,318 ounces a year ago.

Crocodile Gold Corp. Reports Consolidated Production Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2014; Revised Production Guidance for 2014; Announces Relocation of Canadian Head Offices; Announces Change of Corporate Secretary

Crocodile Gold Corp. reported consolidated production results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported production of 55,909 ounce gold compared to 54,024 produced for the second quarter of 2014. The company posted strong mine production of 202,290 tonnes of ore in the third quarter of 2014, achieving record stope production of 69,795 tonnes in July. Mined grade was down during the quarter to 3.03 g/t Au as a result of dilution from challenging ground conditions. The grade is expected to recover as Cosmo advances into the next mining block during the fourth quarter. Development continues to progress in line with current mine plans at 1,050 metres in the quarter compared to 1,430 metres for the same period last year. Capital development was 476 metres against 574 metres in operating development. The Union Reefs Mill processed 198,168 tonnes of ore at an average grade of 3.03 g/t Au for gold production of 17,928 ounces of gold. Tonnage milled was down from the second quarter of 2014 due to limited operating days under the current mill roster scheduling, which resulted in an ore stockpile build at quarter-end. Mill recovery was 92.8%, with record recovery of 94.1% in July, highlighting the progress that the Union Reefs Mill has made in stabilizing the process and improving controls to better react to changes on ore being fed through the mill. Fosterville gold mine continues to maintain its strong, consistent performance, mining 192,633 ore tonnes during the third quarter of 2014, down slightly from the second quarter of 2014. The mined grade improved significantly over the quarter to an average grade of 5.21 g/t Au as the mining fronts moved into the higher-grade areas. Mine development for the quarter was 1,907 metres, slightly ahead of the 1,891 metres developed in the previous quarter (1,812 metres in third quarter of 2013). Of this total, 1,269 metres were capital development particularly focused upon the Phoenix Decline to unlock the higher-grade levels of the Lower Phoenix lens. Fosterville processed 200,708 tonnes during the quarter at an average grade of 5.02 g/t Au and a recovery rate of 86.8%. The recovery represented the second high recovery rate ever for Fosterville and the site is on track to exceed its high annual recovery (85.2% in 2013). Strong physical results at the mill resulted in gold production of 28,313, a significant increase over second quarter of 2014 production of 22,198 ounces, and represent the high quarterly ounce production for Fosterville in three years and the fourth high ever. Stawell gold mine mined 136,849 tonnes of underground ore from the upper levels of the mine at an average grade of 2.50 g/t Au. While the mine plan continues to focus on the development of remnant resources in the upper levels, Stawell continues to invest limited exploration expenditures in order to maintain the viability of the underground operations into future quarters. Operational mine development for the quarter was 750 metres. The mill processed a total of 232,840 tonnes of ore, at an average grade of 1.62 g/t Au and recoveries of 79.5%, with underground ore being supplemented by lower-grade oxide stockpiles. Gold production for the quarter was 9,654 ounces. For the year to date, the company reported production of 163,516 ounce gold. The company updated its gold production guidance for the year 2014 to 220,000-225,000 ounces, which represents approximately a 10% increase over initial 2014 guidance of 200,000-210,000 ounces. The updated lower end of the range of 220,000 ounces also represents approximately a 5% increase over Crocodile Gold's 2013 actual production of 210,696 ounces. The company announced that it has relocated the company's Canadian head offices to First Canadian Place at 100 King Street West, Suite 5600, Toronto, Ontario. The company announced the appointment of Ms. Jo-Anne Archibald as Corporate Secretary of the company. Ms. Archibald is President of DSA Corporate Services Inc. Ms. Archibald will be replacing Ms. Brianna Davies effective immediately.

Crocodile Gold Corp. Announces Consolidated Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2014

Crocodile Gold Corp. announced consolidated earnings results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of USD 69,231,729 against USD 65,565,845 a year ago. Mine operating income was USD 8,128,375 against mine operating loss of USD 6,437,380 a year ago. Net income was USD 3,934,331 or USD 0.01 per share against net loss of USD 90,402,788 or USD 0.22 per share a year ago. Cash from operating activities was USD 18,184,443 against USD 11,028,760 a year ago. Sustaining capital expenditures, including capital lease payments was USD 3,323,711 against USD 2,499,195 a year ago. Investment in mine development, property, plant and equipment was USD 16,978,369 against USD 20,749,766 a year ago. For the six months, the company reported revenue of USD 139,619,365 against USD 149,346,337 a year ago. Mine operating income was USD 15,426,042 against mine operating loss of USD 6,645,070 a year ago. Net income was USD 608,594 or USD 0.00 per share against net loss of USD 72,781,218 or USD 0.18 per share a year ago. Cash from operating activities was USD 30,643,907 against USD 28,588,402 a year ago. Sustaining capital expenditures, including capital lease payments was USD 6,281,278 against USD 5,558,455 a year ago. Investment in mine development, property, plant and equipment was USD 33,811,057 against USD 39,934,319 a year ago.

 

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