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  • Copper | 2022 Data | 2023 Forecast | 1988-2021
    Copper | 2022 Data | 2023 Forecast | 1988-2021

    Historically, Copper reached an all time high of 4.90 in May of 2021. Copper - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on January of 2022

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  • Copper think tank flags refined copper market deficit in
    Copper think tank flags refined copper market deficit in

    Jan 21, 2022 Production in Chile, the world’s largest copper mine producing country, was down by 2.2% over the period Jan-Oct 2021 with concentrate production falling by 1.2% and SX-EW output declining by 5.1% mainly at the Escondida mine

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  • These 10 mines will set the copper price for the next
    These 10 mines will set the copper price for the next

    C1 cash costs have been reduced to US$1.42/lb in 2014 from US$1.48/lb in 2013 and US$2.08/lb in 2012 returning costs to the second quartile in the industry. Over the same three years production has gone from 282kt to 470kt in 2014. In September 2015, Collahuasi decided it would cut production by 30,000 tpy due to lower copper prices

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  • Chile’s copper production costs decreased 17% – Chile
    Chile’s copper production costs decreased 17% – Chile

    Nov 06, 2020 Chile’s copper mining industry saw a 17% drop in its production costs in the first half of 2020, the mining ministry said, as COVID-19 affected the country. Cash costs fell from $1.45 per pound in the first six months of 2019 to $1.21 per pound of copper produced during the same period in 2020. Source: Reuters. Like this:

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  • What factors affect the price of copper? - Investopedia
    What factors affect the price of copper? - Investopedia

    Oct 24, 2021 During periods of high prices—such as in 2021, when COMEX prices peaked at more than $4.70 per pound —users often turn to aluminium and other substitutes. Aluminium can replace copper in car

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  • Chapter 6 Copper Production Technology
    Chapter 6 Copper Production Technology

    innovation in the copper industry in the last 65 years has consisted largely of incremental changes that allowed companies to exploit lower grade ores and continually reduce the costs of production. Economies of scale have been real-ized in all phases of copper production. Both ma-chine and human productivity have increased dramatically

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  • Production costs of the non-ferrous metals in the EU
    Production costs of the non-ferrous metals in the EU

    11 rows Sep 01, 2016 In the case of copper refineries, the European copper industry had much lower production

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  • Chile covid cases surge dents Antofagasta copper output
    Chile covid cases surge dents Antofagasta copper output

    Apr 21, 2021 Copper sales declined 9.6% on quarter to 182,800 tonnes, and net cash costs increased 1.8% to $1.16 a pound. Optimism Despite the challenges, the company reaffirmed full-year copper production of

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  • Chile has the world's highest mining costs │
    Chile has the world's highest mining costs │

    Mine level cash costs in the country that is responsible for nearly 6 million tonnes of global annual copper production of 21 million tonnes fell last year to an average of $1.3 per pound, local paper El Mercurio reports. In the rest of the world, the average was between 82

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  • Copper: Cost of production should be the floor – ANZ
    Copper: Cost of production should be the floor – ANZ

    Apr 07, 2020 “Copper prices have never traded below the 90th percentile of production costs. So, we see the downside protected near USD4,000/t.” Nickel prices will be protected near USD10,000/t due to its

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  • 2022 News | Ivanhoe Mines Ltd
    2022 News | Ivanhoe Mines Ltd

    Jan 10, 2022 Cash costs (C1) per pound of payable copper for Q3 2021 of $1.37/lb reflected the measured ramp-up of production at Kamoa-Kakula to steady-state, and are expected to trend downward as the Phase 2 concentrator plant is commissioned and the mine’s fixed operating costs are spread over increased copper production. C1 cash cost is a non-GAAP

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  • Copper Handbook
    Copper Handbook

    classification depends on the prices and productiobu costs of zopper, copper reserves could increase materially if copper prices rise substantially in relation to costs. The results of a recent United Nations survey of world copper reserves are reproduced in Table 1.3

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  • Antofagasta Hit Production Guidance for 2021
    Antofagasta Hit Production Guidance for 2021

    Jan 20, 2022 Antofagasta Announced Copper Supply Deals with Major Smelters. Meantime, the quarterly and yearly gold production totalled 64,900 ounces and 252,200 ounces respectively. The net cash costs for the full year 2021 were $1.20 per lb, below the guidance. The net cash costs in Q4 2021 were $1.35 per lb, marginally higher than the prior quarter

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  • Barrick Set to Achieve 2021 Production Targets
    Barrick Set to Achieve 2021 Production Targets

    Oct 14, 2021 C1 cash costs per pound excludes royalties and production taxes and non-routine charges as they are not direct production costs. All-in sustaining costs per pound is similar to the gold all-in sustaining costs metric and management uses this to better evaluate the costs of copper production

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  • Mining Quarterly Markets Review, Q3 2021: Tracking
    Mining Quarterly Markets Review, Q3 2021: Tracking

    11 hours ago Gold production, from the top 10 gold producers fell by 5.8% y-o-y in the third quarter of 2021 to a little over 6.7moz, primarily owing to lower ore grades, maintenance and planned shutdowns

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  • CHILEAN COPPER MINING COSTS - Cochilco
    CHILEAN COPPER MINING COSTS - Cochilco

    WORLD COPPER NET CASH COST C3 CURVES 2000 VS 2017(F) • Costs moved from the second to the fourth quartile. • In 2000, the production of Chile represented 34.7% of the world copper mine production. In 2017 it represented 26.3% (august). Source: Cochilco and Woodmackenzie Q32017

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  • Copper market to be well supplied in 2022 - MineralPrices
    Copper market to be well supplied in 2022 - MineralPrices

    Dec 08, 2021 Prices With supply prospects looking optimistic, “many are calling for lower prices heading into 2022,” Meir said, with ED&F’s December copper price range between $9,315-$9,880/mt. Reiterating the expectation of the global copper market being well supplied in 2022, “the market could therefore catch its breath before probably turning

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  • SX EW Capital & Operating Cost of Solvent Extraction
    SX EW Capital & Operating Cost of Solvent Extraction

    Apr 27, 2017 The electrowinning capital cost is the same for each plant and is based on a copper production of 27.2 tonnes/day. A unit capital cost of $945/Ann. tonne, which is about midway between the high and the low unit costs for the case studies shown in Table 2, was used

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  • Costs of copper production | Request PDF
    Costs of copper production | Request PDF

    Request PDF | Costs of copper production | This chapter (a) describes the investment and production costs of producing copper metal from ore

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  • Copper Statistics and Information | U.S. Geological Survey
    Copper Statistics and Information | U.S. Geological Survey

    Copper byproducts from manufacturing and obsolete copper products are readily recycled and contribute significantly to copper supply. ... U.S Production of Selected Mineral Commodities (Quarterly Mineral Industry Surveys) ... Metal Prices in the United States through 2010

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  • Annual Operating Statistics | Copper Mountain Mining
    Annual Operating Statistics | Copper Mountain Mining

    254,541. 284,086. Total operating costs (C1) per pound of copper produced (US$) $1.43. $1.92. $1.77. All-in-sustaining costs per pound of copper produced (US$) $1.58. $2.06

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  • Copper price forecast 2020 and beyond: will the market
    Copper price forecast 2020 and beyond: will the market

    May 14, 2020 Copper prices have never traded below the 90th percentile of production costs, the ANZ analysts noted, so their copper price forecast sees the downside protected near $4,000/t, with expected copper prices averaging $4,930/t in 2020 before rebounding to $6,040/t in 2021. The LME copper cash price averaged around $5,100/t in the first week of May

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  • Newcrest expects production costs to fall and copper
    Newcrest expects production costs to fall and copper

    Oct 12, 2021 Newcrest expects to produce about 2 million ounces of gold a year until at least 2030, while overall maintenance costs are expected to fall by more than 50% to less than $500 an ounce, in part because of the production of copper as a by-product

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  • Copper production: Zambia vs. the DRC
    Copper production: Zambia vs. the DRC

    Nov 08, 2017 Furthermore, the DRC’s production costs are extremely favourable compared to regional competitors. In 2013 the average production cost of copper in the DRC was $3,672 per tonne. This same cost was $4,582 in Zambia and $4,931 in South Africa. This contributes it to being a favoured mining destination in the region

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