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OceanaGold

OceanaGold Corporation is an emerging multinational gold and copper producer with over 25 years of operating sustainably in New Zealand and more recently the Philippines and the United States.

OceanaGold is a publicly listed company listed on the Toronto, Australian and New Zealand stock exchanges under the symbol OGC.

Our flagship operation is the Didipio mine located in the northern Philippines, which commenced commercial production in 2013 and has a current mine life to 2030. In New Zealand, OceanaGold operates the country’s largest gold operation at the Macraes Goldfield on the South Island. We also operate in Reefton on the west coast and Waihi on the North Island.

OceanaGold and his predecessor companies have been in operation since 1990 and this time we have experience unprecedented growth and has an unwavering commitment to the environment and to the host communities in which we operate. We value and work collaboratively with our Stakeholders to create opportunities, build capacity and leave a positive, long-lasting legacy well beyond the mining life cycle.

WHAT WOULD LIFE BE WITHOUT MINING?
Jose Bayani Baylon - July 3, 2015

I WAS watching TV news yesterday as I was dressing for work when I came across the TV broadcast of Ted Failon’s radio program. He was chatting with the PNP official who had engaged Vice President Jejomar Binay in a staring war outside the Makati City Hall, and Ka Ted was quizzing him about efforts from the camp of the Vice President to apparently settle the matter.

“What are you going to do” asked Ka Ted, “if the guy becomes President?”

A good question and something I am sure the good officer has at the back of his head as he contemplates all the pressures surely bearing down on him to settle – and to stand his ground.

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Benguet Nickel Mines Inc. (BNMI) Ushers in Holiday Season to Sta.Cruz communities via various Donations
November 6, 2014

The holiday season surely came early for the communities in Sta. Cruz, Zambales with the donations extended by one of the major nickel mine operators in the province, Benguet Nickel Mines Inc. (BNMI).

BNMI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of 111 year old Benguet Corporation, the country’s oldest mining company, has been operating a nickel mine in the Sta. Cruz town of Zambales since 2011.

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