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'As such, AISC will become less representative of what it really costs to produce an ounce of gold yet the reality is actual costs are higher than the industry is reporting,' Mr Holland said.
Gold AISC increased four percent to $1,016 per ounce for the quarter on higher sustaining capital spend.
Newcrest Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sandeep Biswas, said "During our first quarter of FY19 Cadia's operating and financial performance continued to improve, with higher production and a lower AISC per ounce, both year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter.
* Group AISC of $720 per ounce, lower by $18 per ounce compared to the March 2019 quarter
In the near-term, production guidance for the current September 2019 quarter has been set at 17,500-19,500 ounces at an AISC of A$1,550-$1,750 per ounce.
For this year, B2Gold forecasts gold production of between 935,000 and 975,000 ounces, with AISC estimated at between $835 and $875 per ounce.
The companies were reported to have been using induction furnace for steel manufacturing -an equipment that has already been banned in China due to pollution and what the Asean Iron and Steel Council (AISC) described as 'obsolete.'
The Asean Iron and Steel Council (AISC) had earlier issued a warning on Asean member-nations about the use of induction furnace, which it described as an 'obsolete and outdated machinery' as these have already been banned in China, raising concerns that Asean will become a dumping ground for these equipment.
The ASEAN Iron and Steel Council (AISC) has also issued a concern over the moving of the obsolete induction furnace facilities from China to southeast Asian countries which include Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Management has targeted $250 million in sustainable annual mine-site and corporate efficiencies by the middle of 2018, and expects to bring all-in sustaining costs (AISC) below $700/oz.