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Fresh scope for Katanning gold

THE cost of establishing a 1.25 million tonne per annum standalone gold operation at Katanning with capacity for 350,000 ounces over seven years will be paid back in two and half years, according to a scoping study released by Ausgold.

 The Katanning gold project in WA

The Katanning gold project in WA

The scoping study confirmed Ausgold's Katanning gold project could support both mining and processing operations, based on a revised resource estimate showing the project has 33.9 million tonnes grading...

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