Equinox Gold has eight wholly-owned mines in the Americas. The Company is producing gold from its Los Filos Mine Complex in Mexico, its Mesquite and Castle Mountain mines in California, and its Aurizona, Fazenda, RDM and Pilar mines in Brazil. The Company has also commenced early works construction activities at its Santa Luz mine in Brazil.
Equinox Gold has the strongest growth profile in its peer group and its fully funded to achieve its organic growth plans from one development projects (Santa Luz) and two expansion projects (Los Filos and Castle Mountain Phase 2). Collectively these projects could bring an additional 400,000 oz of gold production to the company over the next few years.
Equinox Gold is currently producing gold from seven mines. The Company is also advancing the Santa Luz growth project and the Los Filos and Castle Mountain expansion projects and is rapidly advancing toward its vision of producing one million ounces of gold annually.
Equinox Gold has a broad shareholder base with strategic long-term shareholders and a balanced mix of institutional, high-net-worth and retail investors. Many of Equinox Gold’s executives and directors have personally invested in the company, aligning the interests of investors and Equinox Gold’s leadership team.
With a strong treasury, cash flow from seven operating mines, and a US$400 million corporate revolving credit facility, Equinox Gold is well funded to execute on its growth objectives, including exploration at a number of properties, construction of the Santa Luz project, and the Los Filos and Castle Mountain Phase 2 expansion projects.
Equinox Gold is focused on adding value on a number of fronts for the remainder of 2020: finalizing studies and making construction decisions for the Santa Luz restart and the Los Filos expansion, drilling at Aurizona to support a prefeasibility study for potential underground development, and exploring at a number of projects.