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North American Copper Project Review: Q3 2023

According to McKinsey, global electrification is expected to increase annual copper demand to 36.6 million tonnes by 2031, compared to the current demand of roughly 25 million tonnes. However, the consultancy firm forecasts copper supply to be around 30.1 million tonnes, leaving a gap of 6.5 million tonnes by the start of next decade.

So where is the new supply of copper coming from?

Mining companies regularly publish technical updates, new resource estimates and economic studies of copper projects being explored for and developed now. At Costmine Intelligence, we gather these documents and make them quickly accessible for the mining industry to review on our platform. 

Here we provide a glimpse of the reports that were produced from copper projects in the past three months…take a look.

Here we have collected the majority of technical reports published for ASX, TSX and TSX-Venture listed copper companies in the third quarter of 2023 (July to September). You can download and review these documents with one click and see what companies are doing at their properties. 

Eaglehead Project
Copper Fox Metals Inc.

Oct. 10, 2023

Velardena Project
Golden Minerals

 Sept. 14, 2023

Santa Cruz Project
Ivanhoe Electric

Sept. 12, 2023

White Pine North Project
Highland Copper

Sept. 7, 2023

Pine Bay Project
Callinex Mines

Aug. 28, 2023

Mitchi Project
Kintavar Exploration Inc. 

July 28, 2023

Berg Project
Surge Copper

July 28, 2023

Empire Mine Property
Coast Copper

July 7, 2023

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