gold equivalent

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gold e·quiv·a·lent

a unit of power of the protective colloids; the number of milligrams of protective colloid just sufficient to prevent the precipitation of 10 mL of a 0.0053-0.0058% gold solution by the action of 1 mL of a 10% sodium chloride solution.
Synonym(s): gold number
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4 million in the second quarter of 2015, generated from the sale of 12,901 Attributable Gold Equivalent ounces at an average realized selling price of $1,196 per ounce.
7 resulting in lower contribution to equivalent ounces from silver, gold equivalent ounce production was 18% higher than the previous fiscal.
AuRico Gold North America Q1 2012 Q1 2011 Gold ounces produced 45,528 25,882 Silver ounces produced 1,112,384 1,035,174 Gold equivalent ounces produced (realized)(1) 67,068 49,854 Total cash costs per gold equivalent ounce (realized) $601 $382 Gold equivalency ratio(2) 52:1 43:1 Gold ounces sold 44,036 26,031 Silver ounces sold 1,091,883 1,060,306 Gold equivalent ounces sold (realized)(1) 65,215 50,681 Gold equivalent ounces produced (55:1)(3) 65,754 44,703 Gold equivalent ounces sold (55:1)(3) 63,889 45,309 Total cash costs per gold equivalent ounce (55:1)(3)(4) $613 $427
7 million silver ounces, or 293,760 gold equivalent ouncesusing the actual gold equivalency ratio of 46:1, a 50% increase over 2010
Gold Equivalent Values were calculated based on 60 ounces of silver = 1 ounce of gold.
ASIC alleged that, upon becoming aware of its gold equivalent production figures on 24 December 2012, CVR was required to inform ASX, and by failing to do so, CVR was in breach of s674(2) of the Corporations Act 2001 (the Act).
59% Cu, containing 360,000 ounces of gold equivalent (based on US$400 Au/oz, $6.
28 million ounces of gold equivalent in the Measured & Indicated Resource categories and a further 7.
JOHANNESBURG, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Gold Fields Limited (Gold Fields)(JSE, NYSE, NASDAQ Dubai: GFI) today announced that attributable Group production for the March 2012 quarter (Q1 2012) is expected to be 827,000 gold equivalent ounces which is similar to the production from the corresponding quarter a year ago (Q1 2011: 830,000 gold equivalent ounces) and taking into account seasonal variances underpins the 2012 full year production guidance of 3.
50 million silver ounces, or 265,000 to 295,000 gold equivalent ounces, at reduced cash costs of $445 to $475 per gold equivalent ounce (using the Company's long-term gold equivalent ratio of 55:1).
2 Moz on a gold equivalent basis (65% attributable equals 11.
The Ocampo mine reported cash costs of $411 per gold equivalent ounce(*), which is below industry average and represents a margin of 67% of the average realized gold price in the quarter.