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    We are Grand Gold Oil and Gas Ltd

    Our Vision is Innovative and

    our Strength is our People

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    GOLD FUTURES MARKET

    Steady Growth for all of 2016

    Gold - Dependable & Predictable

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    GGOG TODAY

    Our Future is Strong

    We are preparing the way for 2017

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  • GOLD EXPLORATION

    The history of Gold Exploration

    Why we have searched for Gold since the millennium

Grand Gold Oil and Gas Ltd. Is an exploration Company, focused on growth through acquisition, expansion and development of metallurgical and mining projects.

Grand Gold Oil and Gas (GGOG) is an established gold mining company with producing mines and development projects on the prolific Ashanti Gold Belt in Ghana. It operates a cooperative society business organization comprising twelve (12) small-scale mining companies in former Gold Coast now Ghana. Grand Gold has mining concessions in the four (4) major gold producing regions of Ghana, namely; Ashanti, Eastern, Western and Central regions.

Our business model is to acquire projects that present the potential to prove up significant resources through exploratory drilling and generate value through development, joint venture or divestment. By investing in strategic holdings, GGOG is generating the future growth of the Company for it's shareholders.

 

Leadership with Integrity

Innovative Engineering

Focus On Our Clients

High Quality Professionals

 

More then 10 Years of experience

Our business model is to acquire projects at low cost that present the potential to prove up significant resources through exploratory drilling and generate value through development, joint venture or divestment.

 

GGOG Management Structure

Our Management Structure and business model is the ideal vehicle to either acquire these valuable deposits as we have a team of highly experienced and qualified experts in every area of mining.

 

GGOG employs strict investment criteria

For all project acquisitions and focuses on available tenements in proximity to operating mines, or in areas with proven or potential in-ground resources in regions suitable for short-term development.

 

GGOG is focused on GOLD

Our focus is on gold because we view gold as the strongest store of wealth because of its scarcity. Gold, throughout history, has been seen as the best way to protect wealth and this is increasingly more so as the World lurches from one economic crisis to another.

 

GGOG Project Selection

GGOG selects projects based upon historical drilling or sampling results combined with robust geological mining concepts and financial models. We then exploit the hidden potential by exploration and analysis and, where required, bring our projects up to JORC/NI 43-101 compliance.

 

Our strategic aim

Is to maximise gold ownership per share and in so doing increase the financial leverage of our shareholders. GMUI shares trade with one of the lowest amounts of outstanding stock for a West Africa publicly traded precious metals exploration and mining company.

Ongoing Agreement

GGOG Signs Ongoing Agreement with Ashanti for Geological Services on Ghana Property

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Diversified Aquisition

GGOG Initiates a Diversified Asset Acquisition

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GGOG signs Agreement with Riverstone

Gold Mining Ghana Signs Heads of Agreement With Ashanti Resources to Acquire a Valuable Mining Tenement in Asanti Region

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Completed Aquisition

GMUI Completes Acquisition of I Q Australia Acquisitions PTY Ltd.

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What Makes Us Different

Innovative Engineering

We have a strong background in Industrial Chemistry and associated mining activities especially in the oil and coal seam gas industries. We are members of the Civil Engineering Institute of Engineering in Accra and hold diplomas in Local Government Engineering in both Greater Accra and Ashanti.

Our management Team

Our team have decades of management experience in Mining, Public Markers, Finance and Industrial Administration in Global markets in Accra, Ghana , West Africa and a host of other countries.

Our Investment Criteria

GGOG selects projects based upon historical drilling or sampling results combined with robust geological mining concepts and financial models.

Our Projects

GGOGs business model is to acquire projects that present the potential to prove up significant resources through exploratory drilling and generate value through development, joint venture or divestment.

THE ASHANTI MINE

The Gypsy Mine is located in Ashanti Region, is a 160 acre property with great access to the mineral property and can accommodate heavy equipment.

T he company announced in June 2016 that it has signed an ongoing agreement with ARG's, a professional infrastructure and environmental services company, to assist in the evaluation and implementation of a work program on the Ashanti mine and this work has already started and is currently proceeding.

KEY FEATURES

  • Certified Professional Geologists
  • Joint venture or divestment
  • Commercial Mining
  • Infrastructure and Environmental Services

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Global NETWORK

We are Industry Leader in Mining Engineering
Consulting and Innovative Technologies

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GLOBAL GOLD PRODUCTION


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Gold mining is a global business with operations on every continent, except Antarctica, and mines of widely varying types and scale. The vast majority of the world’s gold was mined in the modern, post-war era and as the industry has evolved it has also diversified. In 1970, Ghana produced roughly two thirds of all production with an annual mine output of around 1,000 tonnes. This has since diminished to 168 tonnes (in 2015) and the country is now ranked sixth amongst gold producing countries. Significantly, a greater number of countries have emerged as substantial gold producers over recent decades, which means mine supply has become less geographically concentrated and therefore, overall, more stable.
In the last ten years, global annual gold mine production has averaged 2,800 tonnes. While, in recent years, production has risen to over 3,000 tonnes, this trend is unlikely to continue for much longer as a range of factors, including cost pressures, lack of substantial discoveries and a reduced project pipeline will likely see production revert to its longer term levels.
The length of time it takes to develop gold mining projects and bring them to production, often up to a decade or longer, means mining companies cannot easily respond to immediate market conditions. It is, intrinsically, a long-term industry.

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