Canada Mining Report Q4 2015

Date: August 19, 2015
Pages: 70
US$ 1,295.00
Report type: Strategic Report
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BMI View: Canada's mining sector will continue to feel the full force of the depression in global commodities markets over the coming quarters with the major mining groups for the most part retaining a conservative approach with regards to capacity levels and new investment. However, we believe the country is well placed to meet the upside when it comes, due to its well earned reputation as a world class destination for mining investment.

By most measures, Canada's mining industry is among the largest and most developed in the world with the country boasting extensive mineral minerals and metals resources that include sizeable precious metals deposits as well as large reserves of copper, nickel, zinc and iron ore. Miners are supported by a strong regulatory framework and world class infrastructure, while enjoying excellent access to capital and labour. As a consequence, the majority of the world's leading mining groups, including Vale, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Glencore Xtrata, all have a significant presence in the country. The competitive landscape also includes a good mixture of internationally renowned domestic mining firms such as Barrick Gold, as well as junior miners.
BMI Industry View
Industry Forecast
Gold: Price Lows Temper Investment Appetite
  Table: Major Gold Projects
  Table: Gold Production Forecast (Canada 2011-2019)
Iron Ore: Project Landscape Still Bleak As Output Climbs
  Table: Current Iron Ore Projects
  Table: Iron Ore Production Forecast (Canada 2012-2019)
Nickel: Production To Accelerate From 2016
  Table: Select Nickel Projects
Potential Upside For Nickel Production
  Table: Nickel Production Forecast (Canada 2012-2019)
Zinc: No Return To Historical Production Highs
  Table: Canada - Zinc Projects
  Table: Zinc Production Forecast (Canada 2012-2019)
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Canada Risk/Reward Index
Industry Rewards
Country Rewards
Industry Risks
Country Risks
  Table: Mining Industry Forecasts (Canada 2011-2019)
Americas Risk Reward Index
Regional Risks Increase Modestly
Weak Prices To Hurt, While Stronger Dollar A Mixed Blessing
Regional Outlook Unchanged Despite Some Reordering
  Table: Americas - Mining Risk/Reward Index
Regulatory Development
Increasing Transparency
Government Prioritises Local Consultation & Environmental Stewardship
Coal Miners Biggest Losers Among Environmental Pressures
  Table: Canada - Political Overview
  Table: Regional Regulatory Index
Commodities Forecast
Industrial Metals: Remaining Below-Consensus
Chinese Demand To Remain Weak Despite Stimulus
Tightening Market Balance To Support Price Recovery
Competitive Landscape
  Table: Canada - Largest Listed Mining Firms
M&A To Improve, But Remain Below Peak
Company Profile
Latest Results
  Table: Goldcorp - Key Financial Data
Teck Resources
Latest Results
  Table: Teck - Key Financial Data
Barrick Gold - Q4 2015
Company Strategy
Latest Results
Financial Data
  Table: Barrick - Key Financial Data
Address Details
Regional Overview
Americas Mining: The Three Key Themes
Key Themes:
Regulatory Changes On The Cards
Dollar Strength And Oil Price Weakness To Support Production
Americas To Outperform Northern Peers
Global Industry Overview
Global Mining: 2015 Key Themes Revisited
  Table: Key Mining Themes For 2015
Theme: Mining Capital Expenditure Will Continue To Decline
Theme: US Dollar Strength
Iron Ore Consolidation & Majors Share To Increase
Asian Investment In Africa To Continue
Industry Forecast Methodology
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
  Table: Weighting Of Indicators
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