History
Year
2015 Mining permit granted to Tri-K project in Guinea
2014 Produced 86,037 ounces at Inata at cash cost of $1,187 per ounce. Application for mining licence at Tri-K submitted to Guinean government.
2013 Produced 118,443 ounces at Inata and became an unhedged gold producer.  Completed heap leach feasibility study at Tri-K.
2012 Produced 135,000 ounces at Inata and expanded resource base 39% to 8.7 million ounces.
2011 Listed on Main Market of LSE
2010

Agreed disposal of all South East Asian assets

  Listed on the Oslo Axess list of the OSE
2009

Acquired Wega Mining and the Inata gold project, Burkina Faso

 

Poured first gold at Inata Mine

2008

Acquisition of the Seruyung gold exploration project in Kalimantan, Indonesia

2007

Disposed of Tajikistan gold operations ZGC

2002

Moved to AIM, with a market capitalisation of £12m

 

Acquired 80% in North Lanut, Indonesia

 

Acquired 49% interest and management control in gold mining
company ZGC in Tajikistan

1999

Divested tungsten operations to focus on gold

1996
Listed on LSE with a market capitalisation of £72m

Gold deposits in Peru

Operating gold mine in Penjom, Malaysia
Tungsten interests in Portugal, Peru and California
 
 
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Nominations Committee
The Nominations Committee is established to review the structure, size and composition (including the balance of skills, knowledge and experience) of the Board and its committees, and to review succession planning for the Board and Senior Managers.
Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee meets at least twice a year and reviews the performance of the Directors and Executive Committee members, sets the scale and structure of their remuneration with due regard to the interests of the shareholders and the overall performance of the Group.
Audit Committee
The Audit Committee is established to review the principles, policies and practices adopted in the preparation of the financial statements of Calcorp Menac Mines and its subsidiaries,
Safety, Health, Environment and Communities Committee
In 2011, the Board established a SHEC Committee that obtains assurance that the appropriate systems are in place to deal with the management of health, safety, environmental, and community relations matters.
Technical Committee
In 2011, the Board established a Technical Committee to provide assurance to the Board as to the operational performance and operating risks of the Company, with particular regard to those areas where technical understanding is required.