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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

President, Chief Executive Officer, 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. Reaches Mutually Beneficial Agreement with AuRico Gold Inc

Crocodile Gold Corp. announced that it has reached a mutually beneficial agreement with AuRico Gold Inc. that terminates their net free cash flow sharing arrangement in exchange for a one-time lump sum payment and royalties on the Fosterville and Stawell Gold Mines. The termination of the arrangement is subject to final approval from the Foreign Investment Review Board of Australia. Under the terms of the net free cash flow sharing arrangement, which was established when Crocodile Gold acquired the Fosterville and Stawell Gold Mines from AuRico in 2012, Crocodile Gold was entitled to cumulative net free cash flow from those mines of up to CAD 60 million. AuRico would then be entitled to 100% of the next CAD 30 million in net free cash flow, after which Crocodile Gold and AuRico would share the next CAD 30 million of net free cash flow on a 50/50 basis until CAD 120 million of cumulative net free cash flow was achieved, following which AuRico would then be entitled to 20% on an ongoing basis. Under the revised agreement, which will be effective upon final approval from FIRB, Crocodile Gold will pay AuRico CAD 20 million in cash on the effective date and will grant AuRico a net smelter return royalty of 2% from the Fosterville Gold Mine, also commencing the effective date, and a 1% royalty from the Stawell Gold Mine commencing January 1, 2016.

Crocodile Gold Corp. Presents at Gold Coast Investment Showcase Conference, Dec-02-2014

Crocodile Gold Corp. Presents at Gold Coast Investment Showcase Conference, Dec-02-2014 . Venue: Gold Coast, Australia. Speakers: Mark Edwards, General Manager of Exploration and Business Development.

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.

 

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