Eldorado Gold Corp Mining News

Greek court hands legal win to Eldorado Gold over halted mine

The verdict, however, doesn't allow the company to resume operations at its gold-copper Skouries mine.

Greek protesters arrested in clash over Eldorado suspension of 2,000 workers

More demonstrations are expected Monday, as mine workers rally near the Canadian company's mines.

Eldorado Gold to take legal action against Greece over mine halt

The company warned it would take authorities to court after Greece’s energy ministry halted production at the company’s Skouries gold and copper mine.

Greece halts operations at Canada’s Eldorado Gold mine

The government is suspending activity at Eldorado's Skouries mine, saying the company has violated some terms.

Eldorado Gold to make payroll despite Greek turmoil

This month Eldorado dropped 16% to $4.03.

Greek court hands small, but key victory to Eldorado Gold

It revoked a 2013 ruling blocking the miner's plans to build a key processing plant at is Skouries gold-copper mine in the country's north.

Thousands stand up for Canadian mine threatened with closure in Greece

About 4,000 people protested Thursday in Athens against the government decision to revoke Canada's Eldorado Gold Corp.'s licence to develop a gold mine in Skouries.

Greece deals major blow to Eldorado’s Skouries mine

The company said it has been blocked from completing construction of a processing plant at the site.

Greek govt. vows not to touch Eldorado’s mine

But it is going ahead with a thorough review of permits related to a proposed processing plant at the site.

New Greek govt. ‘absolutely against’ Eldorado Gold mine, shares dive

The company's Skouries project is one of the biggest foreign investments in Greece.

Eldorado Gold swings to profit in Q1

The company has been on the news since 2011 due to its developmental projects in Greece under its subsidiaries, Hellas Gold and Thracean Gold Mining.

Eldorado Gold plans to build mines in Greece not likely to happen before May

The company's Perama Hill project still needs approval to begin construction, while its larger Skouries project keeps facing opposition.

Mining engineers rank among highest paid in British Columbia

Other mining industry employees also did quite well.

Eldorado stands up for its gold project in Greece

Eldorado's vice-president, Nancy Woo, says opponents’ concerns are unfounded, as the gold mine will follow all the essential European Union and Greek environmental rules.

Canada’s Eldorado yearly profit lower on higher costs

The company, with operations in Turkey, China, Greece, Romania and Brazil, plans to produce close to 705,000 to 760,000 ounces in 2013, up from 656,324 ounces in 2012.

Masked trespassers attack Eldorado's subsidiary project in Greece, set machinery on fire

Close to 40 masked intruders stormed into the Skouries project's facilities, causing extensive damage with firebombs and flammable liquid.

Fresh protests against Eldorado Gold’s Hellas mine in Greece

Citizens’ groups, backed by the radical leftist party Syriza that is now the second largest group in parliament, have been trying to wreck the project since 2011, when Eldorado was granted its exploration licence.

Greece wants Eldorado Gold’s Hellas mine to dig it out of financial ruin

Despite ongoing opposition, Canada’s Eldorado Gold Inc. is gearing up to start production at its 95%-owned Hellas Gold Mine in Greece, as authorities reportedly have woken up to the potential of the country’s mining industry.

Eldorado Gold Corporation: exploration update

The report includes updates on drilling projcets in Turkey, China and Greece.

Eldorado Gold reports $67 million profit in Q1

Gold miners were caught in an ugly slide in the S&P/TSX Composite Index today, which shed 215 points in reaction to another poor economic report coming out of the US.

Eldorado Gold Corporation begins gold treatment in Turkey

Eldorado Gold Corporation (ASX: EAU) has commenced treatment of concentrate from the company’s Efemcukuru mine in Turkey after commissioning a concentrate treatment plant.

European Goldfields halted after report of Eldorado bid approach

European Goldfields Ltd. (EGU) shares were halted on the Toronto Stock Exchange after a report the developer of mines in Greece has been approached about a takeover by Eldorado Gold Corp. (ELD).

Strong gold prices compensate for decline in Eldorado gold production

Eldorado Gold reported Thursday that proven and probable gold reserves have increased to 18.7 million ounces, as measured and indicated gold resources increased to 22.9 million. However, gold production declined from 164,928 ounces during the first-quarter 2010 to 148,577 ounces during the first-quarter 2011. Nevertheless, gold revenues were up 14% during the first quarter due to higher sales prices this year.

Eldorado Gold to resume operations at White Mountain

The group says it expects the Chinese mine to ramp-up to full production quickly