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The total direct plus indirect cost of producing electrorefined copper from ore by conventional mining/concentration/smelting/refining is in the range of $3–$6 per kg of copper

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  • Copper Production Cost Details Released by Chile
    Copper Production Cost Details Released by Chile

    Jan 04, 2016 According to the newly formed costs observatory on copper mining (Observatorio de Costos), the average cost of copper production during the

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  • CHART: 40-year cost curve shows copper price rout likely
    CHART: 40-year cost curve shows copper price rout likely

    Mar 23, 2020 Mar 23, 2020 As the graph shows, copper is trading below its long term price floor based on the global production cost curve with 14% of copper operations around the world losing money at today’s price

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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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  • Copper: Supply and Demand Dynamics - CME Group
    Copper: Supply and Demand Dynamics - CME Group

    Jan 27, 2016 From 2011 to 2014, the total cost of producing one pound of copper hovered around $2. By comparison, prices averaged above $4 per lb in 2011, and over $3 per lb from 2012 to 2014. Even in 2015, copper prices averaged close to $2.50 per lb, roughly 25% above the cost of production

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  • Largest producer of copper in the world 2020 | Statista
    Largest producer of copper in the world 2020 | Statista

    Chile, the world's leading copper producer by far, produced an estimated 5.7 million metric tons of copper in 2020. In second place is Peru, with an estimated copper mine production of 2.2 million

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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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  • Mining for copper just got a lot cheaper
    Mining for copper just got a lot cheaper

    Mar 24, 2015 Mar 24, 2015 On a by-product basis, or what some call the “normal costing” method, where revenue from secondary products is netted off the cost of producing copper, the industry’s average cost this year

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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

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  • Copper | 2021 Data | 2022 Forecast | 1988-2020 Historical
    Copper | 2021 Data | 2022 Forecast | 1988-2020 Historical

    The standard contract is 25,000 lbs. Copper is the third most widely used metal in the world. Chile accounts for over one third of world's copper production followed by China, Peru, United States, Australia, Indonesia, Zambia, Canada and Poland. The biggest importers of copper are China, Japan, India, South Korea and Germany

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  • Copper PRICE Today | Copper Spot Price Chart | Live Price
    Copper PRICE Today | Copper Spot Price Chart | Live Price

    Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021 Copper’s widespread usage began during the Copper Age, from 3500 to 2300 BCE. The metal was initially used exclusively in its pure state but was later used in the production of other metal alloys

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

    Sep 01, 2016 In the case of copper refineries, the European copper industry had much lower production costs than the countries from where most of imports of copper cathodes were originating. Due to high automation and high cathode premiums, the European average was comparable to the average costs in China (23 EUR/t Cu cathode in 2013)

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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

    In 2014, 391.3kt copper, 66.5koz gold and 7,900t molybdenum were produced at a C1 copper cash cost of USD1.18/lb. Copper and molybdenum production has been declining in recent years due to lower grades and harder ore, however, a new expansion project is in the feasibility stage which will increase throughput from the current 175kt/d to 205kt/d

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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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  • AT A GLANCE: Anglo American copper output down by 6%
    AT A GLANCE: Anglo American copper output down by 6%

    1 day ago 1 day ago Copper production decreased by 6% due to planned maintenance at Collahuasi, while total year-to-date production across all copper operations increased marginally by 1% despite ongoing water availability constraints caused by droughts in Chile. Iron ore production increased by 15%, driven primarily by a 22% uplift from Minas-Rio, reflecting the

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