Norseman Gold Mine
Norseman Gold Mine
Country Australia 
Province Western australia
Latitude / Longitude 31 S 43 / 123 E 31
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Norseman Gold Mine
Status Risk : Production
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Norseman Gold Mine
Norseman Gold Plc
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Norseman Gold Mine
The Norseman Project is located 725 km east of Perth in Western Australia. it is is Australia’s longest continuously running gold mining operation. Gold was first discovered in the region at Dundas, 22 km south of present-day Norseman, followed in 1894 by a gold discovery near the future town of Norseman itself, by prospector Laurie Sinclair, who named the deposit after his horse, Hardy Norseman
History of the Norseman Gold Mine
Gold was first found on the Norseman field in 1894 and over the last 65 years it has produced over 5.5 million ounces of gold. The mine is producing at a rate of around 80,000 ounces per annum, sourced from two high-grade narrow-vein underground mines - the Bullen and the Harlequin.
Geology of the Norseman Gold Mine
the Eastern Goldfields Province of the Yilgarn Block Western Australia. Gold was first discovered at Norseman in 1894 following discoveries at Dundas, 22km to the south, in 1892. The majority of production has come from the Mararoa-Crown (Main Field) more...
Production history
GOLD (oz)80,75377,22971,431137,023128,495109,6125,500,000
Exploration and drilling
8/6/2010Fatality at the Norseman Project
Data last updated on : 7/29/2009
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