Base Metals Mining in Brazil Investigated in Timetric Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
01 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Brazil can boast a variety of mineral deposits, such as coal, gold, iron ore, copper, zinc, and more. There were around 11,150 tonnes of copper reserves in the country in late 2013, and more than 9 million tonnes of nickel reserves in early 2015. Para, Bahia and Goias possess the largest reserves of base metals.
Copper mine production almost reached the 311,700 tonnes mark in this country in 2014, while local nickel mine production was slightly over 118,000 tonnes in the same year.
Expansion of existing projects and commencement of the new ones emerge to be major factors driving growth of the copper production.
Upcoming nickel projects, in their turn, are expected to encourage growth of nickel production in Brazil.
The local mining industry is under control of such bodies as MCT, CPRM, MME and DNPM.
Major local producers include: Yamana Gold, Mirabela Nickel, Vale S.A., and more.
In-demand research report “Base Metals Mining in Brazil to 2020” drawn up by Timetric offers a comprehensive analysis of base metals mining trends in Brazil. The study contains an insightful overview of the local mining sector. It sheds light on reserves on the basis of active mines and companies. The report sheds light on historic production and gives projections for the years to come.
The research study focuses on active mines, exploration and development projects. It discusses consumption and export trends and explores factors driving the demand. The research report pays special attention to nickel mining trends and profiles top base metals producers in this country. The local fiscal regime is canvassed in the study, too,
Base Metals Mining in Brazil to 2020
Published: January, 2016
Price: US$ 1,995.00
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