Equinox Gold (TSX: EQX) - Gotta do it, gotta do it big, Big, ba-ba-bi-big

Matthew Gordon,
Ptolemy Capital

29:17
2 Months ago

Interview with Christian Milau, CEO of Equinox Gold (TSX: EQX) Equinox Gold, listed around 2 years ago with Ross Beaty as the main shareholder, with goals to become a multi-jurisdiction, large-cap gold mining company. Equinox has a promising portfolio of assets: Mequite Gold Mine, a Californian project producing 125,000-145,000oz gold per annum with an AISC of US$930-$980/oz and a grade of 0.46g/t gold (exclusive of reserves), Aurizona Gold Mine, a Brazilian gold mine producing 75,000-90,000oz per annum with inferred resources of 1.1Moz @ 1.98g/t gold (with an exploration upside) and an AISC of US$950-1025, Castle Mountain Gold Mine, an under-construction gold mine with a PFS and production potential of 200,000oz per annum and a 16-year life-of-mine, and a copper-focussed spin-out operation in the form of Solaris Copper Inc.

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