Crocodile Gold Corp. (CRK)

Company Overview

Crocodile Gold is a company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and operation of mineral properties. The Company‟s primary focus is the Burnside, Union Reefs and Pine Creek Projects in the Northern Territory of Australia, which were acquired in 2009. These mining assets are held by Crocodile Gold Australia Pty Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crocodile Gold. Additional details are provided below under the section entitled, "Purchase of Mining Assets from GBS Gold Australia Pty Ltd". The Company has produced gold from the Brock‟s Creek underground mine, the Howley open pit mine, the North Point open pit mine and, most recently, the Princess Louise open pit mine since acquiring the assets. Ore from these mines is being processed through the Union Reefs mill, which was declared to be in commercial production on June 1, 2010. Prior to the declaration of commercial production, the Company was a development stage entity as defined by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants‟ ("CICA") Accounting Guideline 11. The Company also holds rights to the exploration stage Mario Property in Peru.


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Contact Information:

Business Address: 65 Queen Street West
Suite 825, P.O. Box 75
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 2M5
Mailing Address: 65 Queen Street West
Suite 825, P.O. Box 75
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 2M5
Phone: 416 861-5899
Website: -

Company Details:

Market Cap: -
Year of Inc: April 17, 1994
Year Ends: December 31, 2012
Sector: -
Industry: gold and precious metals
Employees: -
CEO: -


Crocodile Gold Corp (TSE:CRK) (PINK:CROCF) Management Is Evaluating An... December 15, 2011

Crocodile Gold Corp ( TSE:CRK ) (PINK:CROCF) stock price remains inflated while the company evaluates an acquisition proposal. CRK gapped 44% higher on Wednesday carrying along a nearly 25 million trading volume. With such a heavy activity it was one of the most active stocks on the Toronto stock exchange for the day. The turmoil was caused by an acquisition proposal. On December 13 Luxor Capital Group, LP said an investment fund managed by the company has intentions to acquire up more


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