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2022-07-30
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Two major mines put into operation Peru's copper output will increase significantly in 2016

two major mines put into operation Peru's copper output will increase significantly in 2016

China Construction Machinery Information

the Ministry of energy and mining of Peru said that Peru's copper output surged 37% to 158652 tons in November 2015, with a year-on-year increase of about 20% in the first 11 months. The production of the two mines in 2016 may continue to increase Peru's output

according to WBMs statistics, Peru's copper output in 2014 was about 1.38 million tons, almost no increase compared with the output of 1.37 million tons in 2013. The main reason is that the output of Antamina, the largest copper mine, decreased significantly

peru's copper output increased significantly in 2015, mainly due to the production of new mines and the expansion of mines. Among them, the Toromocho copper mine project of Chalco and the Constancia project of hudbay mining company were put into operation in 2015

2016, with the commissioning of the lasbambas copper mine project and cerroverdeii copper mine project of Minmetals resources, Peru's subsequent copper output will rise significantly. In order to ensure the high accuracy of the experimental force reading of the experimental machine, the government of Peru expects that the copper output will jump by 66% in 2016

at the beginning of December, Minmetals Resources said that the trial production of lasbambas copper project in Peru continued to advance as planned. It is expected that concentrate will be produced and transported to customers in the first quarter of 2016. Lasbambas has a service life of 20 years, with an annual output of 400000 tons of copper in the first five years after it is put into operation, making it one of the three largest copper mines in the world

cerroverde copper mine: located in Arequipa region in southern Peru. Freeport McMullen copper and gold Co., Ltd. holds 53.56% of cerroverde. In December, 2012, the Peruvian government approved the company to invest US $4.4 billion to expand. Cerr's manipulation and data processing of the experimental process meet the requirements of the corresponding national standards for metal data and non-metal data. Overde said that the U value (a parameter to measure the insulation effect) will decrease by 86%. The expansion projects will triple the company's daily copper output to 360000 tons, and increase its annual copper output by 600million pounds, which will make it one of the top five copper producers in the world. Cerroverde is expected to be completed in 2016

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