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OZ Minerals Sees FY20 Total Copper Production 88,000-105,000 Tonnes
Oz Minerals Ltd Says To Acquire Cassini Resources
Oz Minerals Says No Material Production Impacts Experienced At Mine Sites Following COVID-19 Outbreak
OZ Minerals Limited is an Australia-based mining company with a focus on copper. The Company’s operations include Prominent Hill, Carrapateena, West Musgrave, Antas, Pedra Brance and CentroGold. Prominent Hill is engaged in mining copper, gold and silver from Prominent Hill Mine, a combined open pit and underground mine located in the Gawler Craton of South Australia. Carrapateena is engaged in exploration and evaluation activities associated with Carrapateena project located in South Australia. West Musgrave project is located in the Musgrave Province of Western Australia and includes the Nebo-Babel nickel-copper and Succoth copper deposits. Antas is a high-grade open pit copper-gold mine located in the Carajas, Brazil.
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Rebecca Joy McGrath
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Andrew Stewart Cole
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
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Chief Executive - Brazil
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Australian copper miner OZ Minerals said on Monday it would buy base metals explorer Cassini Resources, raising its stake in Australia's largest undeveloped nickel-copper deposit, West Musgrave, to complete control from 70%.
Copper miner Oz Minerals will start drilling this quarter at an Australian exploration site, basing its programme on a crowdsourcing campaign that offered up project data and a A$1 million ($688,000) prize pool.
Copper miner Oz Minerals Ltd said on Thursday fourth-quarter copper production fell about 1.4 percent on weaker output from its Prominent Hill project, and that production in 2019 was expected to be weaker.
Copper miner Oz Minerals said on Thursday its fourth-quarter copper production fell about 1.4 percent on weaker output from its Prominent Hill and Antas projects.
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OZ Minerals Ltd said on Thursday it would begin construction of its Carrapateena copper mine in Australia, the country's largest undeveloped copper project, which it estimated would cost A$916 million ($724 million).
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