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Ramelius Resources Says H1 Net Profit After Tax A$81.3 Mln
Ramelius Resources Says HY Revenue From Ordinary Activities Up 116% $342.2 Mln
Ramelius Resources Posts Qtrly Group Gold Production Of 72,896 Oz
Ramelius Resources Limited is engaged in exploration, mine development, mine operations, the sale of gold and milling services. The Company's segments include Mt Magnet, Burbanks and Exploration. The Company's operational projects include Mt Magnet Mine, Kathleen Valley Mine and Vivien Mine. Its development projects include Blackmans and Water Tank Hill. Its exploration projects include Milkyway, Boorgardie Basin and Tanami Joint Venture Gold Project. The Mt Magnet gold project is located adjacent to the town of Mt Magnet, approximately 500 kilometers north-east of Perth in the Murchison Goldfield of the Western Australian Yilgarn Craton. The Blackmans gold project is located approximately 30 kilometers north of Mt Magnet, in Western Australia. The Water Tank Hill project lies over 1.5 kilometers west of Mt Magnet, in Western Australia. The Milkyway gold project is located approximately 3.6 kilometers southwest of the processing plant at Mt Magnet, Western Australia.
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L 1 130 Royal St
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Mark William Zeptner
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Timothy P. Manners
Chief Financial Officer
Duncan J. Coutts
Chief Operating Officer
Kevin Mark Seymour
General Manager - Exploration
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