Cobre del Mayo operates the Piedras Verdes mine in the state of Sonora, Mexico, it is the third largest copper mine in Mexico. It produces LME Grade A copper cathode and sells ore. Cobre del Mayo owns 40% of Kupari Metals who operates a flotation plant, adjacent to Piedras Verdes mine.
Piedras Verdes is the third largest copper mine in Sonora and in Mexico. The PV Mine is strategically well-positioned in Sonora. It is ~20 km predominately by paved roads from the town of Álamos (population 9,000), and ~50 km from the town of Navojoa (population 160,000). Both towns offer employees the opportunity to live in attractive surroundings with access to excellent schools and
Piedras Verdes is an open pit, run of mine dump leach and SxEw operation that came into operation in 2007. stone Mackenzie’s asset reports are built from the bottom up, incorporating a number of granular data metrics to ultimately produce our industry standard cash operating costs. This report contains a detailed asset note giving you a holistic view of the asset, including an operational
Piedras Verdes is an open pit mine that utilizes conventional truck and shovel mining methods. Piedras Verdes employs crushed and ROM leaching and produces LME Grade A cathode from an SX/EW plant with a capacity of 34,500 tons per year. Mineral reserves currently approximate 1.1 million tons of copper, they currently represent a 12+ year mine life.
Piedras Verdes, Álamos Municipality, Sonora, Mexico : Piedras Verdes is an open pit oxidized Porphyry Copper Mine with adjunct underground sulfude copper skarn operations owned by Cobre del Mayo, a private Mexican company. This mine has produced no
The Piedras Verdes Plant, located 5.1 kilometers from the Bolivar Mine, uses a conventional crushing-milling-fotation circuit to recover mineral and to produce commercial quality copper concentrates with silver and gold byproduct credits. Mineral is delivered from the mine to the plant in 18-tonne trucks.
The Bolivar Mine comprises of 12 mining concessions and is a contiguous portion of the 15,217 hectare Bolívar Property land package within the municipality of Urique, in the Piedras Verdes mining district of Chihuahua State, Mexico. During 2012, the Company achieved its first full year of commercial production at the Piedras Verdes plant, which is located 6 kilometers from the Bolivar Mine
45 km Northwest of Pan American's Alamo Dorado silver mine 15 km South of Cobre Del Mayo's Piedras Verdes copper mine: Drilling: Phase I 18,810 m, 40 hole drill program complete. Planned Phase II 20,000 m drilling program . Geology: Epithermal vein system: Land Package: 37,317 has: Exploration Highlights: Hole AL 17-07 8.25 m grading 1,760 g/t (57 opt) Silver, 1.6% Copper, 1.5%
FRONTERA COPPER ANNOUNCES THE TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF MINING AT ITS PIEDRAS VERDES MINE IN MEXICO, WITH LEACHING OPERATIONS TO CONTINUE; THIRD QUARTER 2008 EARNINGS RELEASE SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 12; CONFERENCE CALL SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 13 Toronto and Phoenix, AZ November 11, 2008 Frontera Copper Corporation
15 km Northwest of Cobre Del Mayo's Piedras Verdes copper mine: Geology: Epithermal vein system: Land Package: 1,229 has: Exploration Highlights: Hole DMDDH-01 3.1 m of 18.37 g/t Au Hole 07-MN-10 24.5 m of 3.12 g/t Au. Hole CI-35 48 m of 1.47 g/t Au Hole CI-09 58 m 3.65 g/t Au. Hole CI-34 24 m of 2.42 g/t Au . Access & Infrastructure: Paved and gravel roads, mining labour force, power and
RETURN TO PROJECTS The Piedras Verdes Project is a grassroots leach, solvent extraction and electrowinning (SX-EW) copper project located near the town of Alamos, approximately 370 km south of Hermosillo Sonora, Mexico. The total cost of construction is approximately 100 million dollars. The facility is designed to produce approximately 70 million pounds of copper annually