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efficient new copper mine combination crusher price in glasgow

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With 3.1 billion tonnes of proven and probable reserves, Cobre Panama is one of the largest new copper mines opened globally in the past decade. Located in Colon Province, 120km west of Panama City, the production complex includes two open pits, a processing plant, two 150 megawatt power stations and a port

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first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Cobre Panama comprises a series of copper porphyry deposits The main deposits are Balboa, Botija, Colina and Valle Grande. There are also a number of smaller mineralised zones; the most significant being Brazo and Botija Abajo. The operation has a 34-year mine life

Mining is open-pit, using a fleet of ultraclass electric shovels and ultraclass haul trucks. Four in-pit semi-mobile primary crushers feed two overland conveyors to the secondary crushers and main processing complex. The three 28 megawatt SAG mills and four 16.5 megawatt ball mills installed at Cobre Panama are the largest installed anywhere in the world, except for Sentinel. Copper sulphides are concentrated by flotation, and concentrates are delivered by slurry pipeline from the main processing plant to the filter plant co-located at our purpose-built port facility on the Caribbean. Tailings are stored and water is reclaimed from our centreline-construction Tailings Storage Facility

Since we started production at Kansanshi opening in 2005, we have installed several expansions, and the operation is now capable of producing 340,000 tonnes of copper and more than 120,000 ounces of gold per year

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Mining is carried out in two open pits, Main and Northwest, using conventional open pit methods employing hydraulic excavators and a fleet of haul trucks with electric trolley assist on the waste haul. Ore treatment is flexible to allow for variation in ore type either through an oxide leach circuit, a sulphide flotation circuit and or a transitional ore “mixed float” circuit

Sulphide ore is treated via crushing, milling and flotation to produce copper in concentrate. Mixed ore is treated through a similar circuit with the option to treat the flotation concentrate via the high pressure leach circuit

A portion of the copper concentrate produced from the sulphide and mixed ore circuits is treated in a High Pressure Leach facility. Copper is recovered by oxidation and leaching in autoclaves, and gold is recovered from HPL residues via an acid-resistant gravity concentrator

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

It has a nominal capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per annum of concentrate to produce more than 300,000 tonnes of blister copper annually. The smelter efficiently traps 100% of sulphur dioxide by-product and converts it into sulphuric acid. This recycling produces more than 1 million tonnes per annum of sulphuric acid, reducing reliance on imported acid for use in the treatment of oxide copper ores. Acid produced by the smelter is neutralised in the leaching circuit

The hydrometallurgical plant relies on a unique atmospheric ferric leaching process to recover copper from the rich Las Cruces chalcocite ore. The process, specifically designed for Las Cruces polymetallic ore, is optimized to produce London Metal Exchange grade copper cathode with minimal water and energy use, controlled liquid effluent and a dry solid waste stream

The Las Cruces deposit is a polymetallic Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide deposit, similar to other Iberian Pyrite Belt deposits. A thick, high-grade supergene zone overlies the primary sulphides, comprised of a gold-bearing gossan zone in the upper part and a copper-rich secondary sulphide zone underneath

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Las Cruces uses conventional open pit mining methods, based on hydraulic excavators and trucks, with drilling and blasting in the lower marls and ore zones. Ore undergoes three stages of crushing, a single stage of grinding and is thickened to eliminate water before it goes to three pre-reactor tanks

Once leached, the liquid is separated from the ground solids, and the copper is recovered by the SX/EW process. The electrowinning cells produce London Metals Exchange grade copper cathodes weighing about 50kg each. An automated crane and stripping machine harvests and packages the cathodes for shipment

Ore processing includes three stages of crushing primary and secondary ball mill grinding, conventional flotation using either standard or column cells, and water removal by thickening and pressure filtering to produce copper and zinc concentrates

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Çayeli is the largest underground base metals mine in Turkey and has been producing concentrate for more than 25 years. As a result of First Quantum’s mining and metallurgical experience, Çayeli’s initial design mill capacity has been doubled during the life of the project to reach 1.2 million tonnes per annum

Production is expected to be challenging due to poor ground conditions in the areas planned to be mined, therefore ground stabilization will continue to be critical to achieving the expected production levels

Mining has a long history in Mauritania and Guelb Moghrein is one of the biggest external investments in the country. The copper-gold operationis located 250km northeast of the capital, Nouakchott, near the town of Akjoujt

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

The Guelb Moghrein deposit was first developed in the early 1970s by Anglo American Corporation, however, it closed in 1977 due to technical difficulties and high fuel prices. First Quantum re-commenced production in 2006, and we increased our investment with plant upgrades in 2008 and a magnetite plant built in 2013. The operation currently mines around 16 million tonnes of material a year, and processes some 1.5 million tonnes through flotation

In addition to the Guelb Moghrein mining concession, First Quantum holds two exploration concessions in the area totalling 1600 square kilometres.Guelb Moghrein employs about 1400 people, almost all Mauritanian nationals, and contribute 5.6% gross national income to Mauritania’s total economy

Open-pit mining at Guelb Moghrein is carried out using hydraulic excavators and mechanical drive haul trucks. The Occidental, or main pit, has been mined for 15 years and is nearing the end of its life. In June 2019, development began of a second pit - the Oriental pit - targeting high-grade sulphide ore. Sulphide ore is treated in the flotation plant producing a copper-gold concentrate. The tails from flotation are treated in the magnetite plant to produce a high-quality, low-cost iron concentrate

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Investment will be undertaken at RNO to enable expansion into a second stage nickel laterite deposit, known as Shoemaker-Levy. This major expansion will give RNO a long-term life of approximately 30 years.

First Quantum acquired 100% of Ravensthorpe - then a decommissioned mine - in 2010. We made significant improvements to the process and facilities, and shipped our first concentrate exports in November 2011. We put the mine on care and maintenance in 2017 due to persistently low nickel prices. In early 2020, the mine was restarted creating over 350 new jobs and will ramp up to full production levels over the year

Operations involve mining in three open pits, and ore processing in a beneficiation plant – a simple scrubbing and screening process which upgrades the nickel laterite ore. A combination of pressure acid leach and atmospheric leach utilises all ore types, and precipitation and filtration recover a mixed hydroxide (MHO) precipitate product, containing approximately 40 per cent nickel and 1.4 per cent cobalt, suitable feedstock for battery production

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Sulphuric acid for the leaching process is produced on site in a double absorption acid plant. Waste heat from the acid plant is recovered and used to generate all of the site's electrical power as well as provide heat for the leaching process

Pyhäsalmi is one of the oldest and deepest underground mines in Europe. It is also one of the most efficient non-caving underground mines in the world. It was developed by Outokumpu Oyj in 1962 following accidental discovery of the deposit by a farmer. In the 1990s a 1450-metre deep automated hoisting shaft was constructed to exploit deeper ore. The shaft itself is a rare asset, providing access via hoist in less than three minutes or via driving the 11km decline in 30 minutes. It added ten years to Pyhäsalmi's life of mine. It has produced around 60 million tonnes of ore in its history

Outokumpu started production from the new shaft in 2001, and in 2002, Inmet completed the acquisition of Pyhäsalmi and continued underground production. First Quantum acquired Pyhäsalmi in 2013 through its acquisition of Inmet

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Pyhäsalmi uses non-entry, bulk open-stope mining methods in a primary-secondary sequence. On average, stope size varies from 50,000 tonnes for narrow primary stopes to over 100,000 tonnes for wider secondary stopes. After single-stage primary crushing by an underground jaw crusher, ore is hoisted to a fines crushing plant, where it is ground in three stages. This is followed by conventional flotation, consisting of three sequential flotation circuits, one each for copper, zinc and pyrite

The life of the mine has been extended into June 2021 with an assumed lower copper cut-off grade. Production guidance for the year 2020 is 3,000 tonnes of copper, 2,000 ounces of gold and 1,000 tonnes of zinc. The operation is also expected to produce 450,000 tonnes of pyrite

Mine closure plans, including dismantling and earthworks, are being planned in accordance with legal requirements and best practice. Pyrite supply will extend until 2025, based on reclaiming pyrite from tailings

first quantum minerals ltd. - our operations

Planning is in place for the mine facilities and associated infrastructure to be repurposed. Callio, a joint project by the town of Pyhäjärvi and the University of Oulu, will provide an umbrella organisation for new businesses and activities to take advantage of Pyhäsalmi's unique deep underground infrastructure. Proposed new activities include underground physics laboratories, a secure underground data center, pumped hydroelectrical energy storage, plant and fungus growing laboratories and experimental production of insects and fish

Constructed over four years from 2012, Sentinel represents US$2.1 billion of investment - Zambia's largest infrastructure investment since the Kariba Dam was constructed in 1959. The operation is based on sophisticated technology – including the world's largest steel-ball mills and the world’s largest semi-mobile rope shovels

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