Toronto, Ontario, April 12, 2017 – Superior Gold Inc. (“Superior Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX.V:SGI) is pleased to announce preliminary production results for the first quarter of 2017 from the Company’s 100%-owned Plutonic Gold Mine in Western Australia. The Company completed the acquisition of the Plutonic Gold Mine on October 12, 2016.
- Gold Produced was 20,769 ounces
- Gold Sold was 21,801 ounces
Chris Bradbrook, President and CEO of Superior Gold stated: “I am extremely pleased to be able to announce another strong quarter of production from the Plutonic Mine. We have now operated the mine for two quarters and have produced a total of 43,763 ounces of gold. Our management team at the mine has made an impressive start to operating the mine, and we have established Superior Gold as a gold producer with positive free cash flow, no debt, and significant exploration upside. We look forward to continuing to build on this early momentum with a focus on cost control and building shareholder value.”
Production for the fourth quarter, 2016 and first quarter, 2017 are summarized in the table below.
|Q4, 2016||Q1, 2017||TOTALS|
|Gold Produced (ounces)||22,994||20,769||43,763|
|Gold Sold (ounces)||20,352||21,801||42,153|
The Company will be releasing complete final financial and operating results for its first quarter, 2017, in the second half of May.
About Superior Gold
Superior Gold is a Canadian based gold producer that owns 100% of the Plutonic Gold Operations located in Western Australia. The Plutonic Gold Operations include the Plutonic Gold Mine, which is a producing underground operation with a central mill, the Hermes open pit development project and an interest in the Bryah Basin joint venture. Superior Gold is focused on expanding production at the Plutonic Gold Operations and building an intermediate gold producer with superior returns for shareholders.
For further information, please contact:
Superior Gold Inc.
Chris Bradbrook, President, CEO & Director
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