Iron Ore Mining C1 Cash Costs

  • Margins in Mining Mining Associates

    Brook Hunt C1 Net Direct Cash Cost (C1) represents the cash cost incurred at each processing stage, from mining through to recoverable metal delivered to market, less net by-product credits (if any). The M1 margin is defined as metal price received minus C1. Direct Cash Costs cover: Mining, ore freight and milling costs.

  • C1 costs QuotedData

    C1 costs are a standard metric used in copper mining as a reference point to denote the basic cash costs of running a mining operation to allow a comparison across the industry. Although producers are not bound to adhere strictly to any convention, the most widely accepted definition is that from consultants Brook Hunt.

  • c1 cash cost curve 2011 global iron ore mining

    c1 cash cost curve 2011 global production copper. Home global base and precious metals markets: aluminium, Estimated 2008 Cost Curve Cumulative Production (Mlbs Ni) C1 Cash Cost global copper mining production cost curve cost breakdown for iron mining. Price ratio analysis suggests iron ore could outperform copper

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  • Why Rio Tinto has a lower cost structure Yahoo

    5-11-2014· Its rival, BHP, wants to become the lowest cost iron ore producer. It plans to produce at a cash cost $20 a ton. Currently, BHP has a cash cost of $27–$28 per ton. There’s a difference of ~$8 per ton between BHP and RIO for C1 cash costs. VALE has C1 cash costs of ~$23 per ton. These costs include mining, process, and administration.

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  • Fortescue C1 costs fall to record low of Mining

    30-1-2018· Iron-ore producer Fortescue Metals has lowered its cash production costs (C1) to a record low of $12.08 a wet metric tonne (wmt). The C1 compares with $12.15/wmt in the first quarter of the 2018 financial year and $12.54/wmt in the corresponding period of 2017, Australia’s third-largest iron-ore producer after Rio Tinto and BHP

  • Fortescue explaining the various cost and price

    So if the iron ore index price is at US$58/dmt, Fortescue will be realising a price of about US$58 x 85% = US$49.3/dmt on its iron ore; C1 Cost The C1 cost represents the ‘direct’ production costs of iron ore and is a commonly quoted figure. However, it does not represent the full cost of production.

  • Here are the breakeven costs for Australia's iron

    8-4-2015· Iron ore is getting slammed. Over two months the commodity has fallen almost 25%. Overnight, iron ore was $48.06 per tonne a far cry from the more than $100 it was fetching early last year. In what looks like the first casualty of the crashing commodity price, Atlas Iron on Tuesday opted to

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  • Cost curves Financial Times

    29-1-2015· For example, at just above $62 a tonne, iron ore prices have fallen to a five and-a-half year low. But Macquarie, the investment bank, estimates that the top end of the iron ore cost curve has declined $30 a tonne because of deflation in the mining industry. This article is part of an online series on commodities made easy.

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  • BHP Billiton and Iron Ore Unit Costs: A Peer

    24-8-2017· Vale had slightly higher C1 cash costs of $15.20 per ton. Its unit costs have a significant improvement potential as its S11D project reaches full production. Cliffs Natural Resources’ costs for its US iron ore division rose 5.7% year-over-year in 2Q17.

  • Cost Models of Theoretical Mining Operations

    This mine is an open pit mine producing 5,000 tonnes ore and 5,000 tonnes waste per day. Rock characteristics for both ore and waste are typical of those of granite or porphyritic material. Operating conditions, wage scales, and unit prices are typical for western U.S. mining operations. All costs listed are in 2012 US$.

  • Cost Models of Theoretical Mining Operations

    This mine is an open pit mine producing 5,000 tonnes ore and 5,000 tonnes waste per day. Rock characteristics for both ore and waste are typical of those of granite or porphyritic material. Operating conditions, wage scales, and unit prices are typical for western U.S. mining operations. All costs listed are in 2012 US$.

  • FMG trumps Rio, BHP in iron ore cost battle

    24-2-2016· The company exited 2015 with a C1 cost of just $15/wmt six months ahead of schedule and as a result, has lowered its guidance by $2/wmt and plans to exit FY16 at $13/wmt. By comparison, Rio Tinto reported C1 costs of $13.20/t for January, while BHP Billiton’s half-year costs were $15.21/t.

  • Mine cash costs and margins who hurts most?

    Mine cash costs and margins who hurts most? Report summary Using our detailed mine cost research we compared average total cash plus sustaining capital costs, and resulting cash margins, across the copper, nickel, zinc, gold, bauxite, coal and iron ore sectors from 2012 through to 2014.

  • Fortescue hit by rise in costs The Sydney Morning

    24-4-2018· Australia’s third-biggest iron ore producer, Fortescue Metals Group, has reported a 9 per cent jump in unit costs in the March quarter which it attributed to lower production volumes, higher fuel costs, a higher Australian dollar and maintenance. Releasing a March quarterly production report that

  • CHILEAN COPPER MINING COSTS Cochilco

    WORLD COPPER CASH COST C1 CURVES 2000 VS 2017(F) • Costs C1 moved from the second to the third quartile. • Ore grades of the oxides line in Chile are lower than the world average. CASH COST (C1) LARGE COPPER MINING 2015 VS 2016 Source: “Observatorio de Costos” Cochilco 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350

  • Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Mining

    Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada. Mining valuation: New perspectives and a global update. Grant A. Malensek, C1 Cash Costs C2 Cash Costs C3 Cash Costs $/t ore mined − Value-based (value of minerals extracted aka “ad valorum”)

  • Top 10 copper mining companies in 2016

    7-4-2017· Preliminary production by the top 10 copper mining companies compiled by IntelligenceMine totalled 9,448 kilotonnes of copper in 2016. That represents a 4% increase compared to 2015 and makes up ~49% of global copper production that reached 19,400 kt last year.

  • Cash cost Mining Moneyterms: investment,

    Cash costs, in mining, are the costs of production, at site level, per unit of output. Cash costs include operational cash costs at site level. This: includes transport, refining and administration costs and royalties excludes non-cash costs such as depreciation and amortisation; excludes costs not at site level (such as head office costs).

  • Iron ore prices and mining profits MacroBusiness

    11-3-2014· Iron ore prices and mining profits. By David Llewellyn-Smith in Australian Shares, Iron ore price. at 10:44 am on March 11, 2014 8 comments. The FT has a little note explaining the sensitivity of miners to iron ore rice movements: C1 costs actually mean very little when you look at a company.

  • XVII Analyst & Investor Tour Vale

    C1 cash cost reduction Valemax Malaysia Distribution Center Metal Bulletin 65% Index Price •Increase the Global Recovery •Implement general cost cuts •Increase the efficiency of iron ore shipping •Reduce freight costs through efficiency and scale •Increase the blending and distribution capacity in Asia •Increase the sales capillarity

  • XVII Analyst & Investor Tour Vale

    C1 cash cost reduction Valemax Malaysia Distribution Center Metal Bulletin 65% Index Price •Increase the Global Recovery •Implement general cost cuts •Increase the efficiency of iron ore shipping •Reduce freight costs through efficiency and scale •Increase the blending and distribution capacity in Asia •Increase the sales capillarity

  • Vale opens largest iron ore mine in its history

    18-12-2016· Vale SA (NYSE:VALE) cut the ribbon on a massive iron ore mine in Brazil on Saturday the largest in its history and what the world’s largest iron ore producer says is the biggest ever in the mining industry. While that is quite a claim, delving into the details of the $14.3-billion S11D

  • Overview of Mining Costs goldconvention

    Deep-Level Mining Boosts Cash Costs This type of mining inherently pushes higher the mining cash costs because • Of the need for more skilled labor (to deal with increased complexities associated with such mining) • Intricate infrastructure • Increased electricity costs (for cooling deep underground shafts)

  • Fortescue Metals Group will chase costs down in

    27-7-2017· Fortescue Metals Group will chase its most ambitious cost target to date this financial year as it battles weaker prices for the iron ore it sells. The iron ore miner will need to continue a track record of beating market expectations in 2017-18 as it seeks to drive costs lower using only

  • Fortescue cuts production costs as price for lower

    30-1-2018· Nev Powers final quarterly report as chief executive of Fortescue Metals Group has been marked by a new record low production cost, but the milestone has been overshadowed by the continued growth of the discount that applies to its iron ore.

  • Half Year Results, FY18 Guidance Confirmed 27 Atlas Iron

    Full cash costs include C1 cash costs, royalties, freight, corporate and administration, exploration and evaluation, interest expense, contractor profit share and sustaining capital expenditure but excludes depreciation and amortisation, one-off restructuring costs, suspension and ramp-up costs of operating mine sites, and other non-cash expenses.

  • Here are the breakeven rates for major iron ore

    8-1-2018· For those looking to buy or sell shares in a listed iron ore miner, this table from Macquarie Bank may be of some interest. It shows the current breakeven levels for various iron ore miners, along with the annual volumes each produce and the average quality of the ore they mine.

  • “This Vale

    • Productivity efforts drove higher production volumes and lower costs in all our main commodities • Iron ore fines C1 cash cost decreased by 41% from 4Q14 to 3Q15 • SG&A and pre-operating expenses were further reduced by 39% and 17% in 9M15 vs. 9M14 • Project investment cycle almost finished with the completion of Conceição

  • All-In Sustaining Costs vs Total Cash Costs (AISC

    This presentation attempts to highlight the discrepancies between AISC guidelines and standard technical-economic valuations. To this end, for mineral project valuations not yet in production, SRK advocates a “Total Cash Cost” concept which reports costs per payable metal unit sold during life of mine commercial operations.

  • How the Iron Ore Market Works (VALE, RIO)

    31-10-2016· There are, however, many other iron ore mining companies with cash costs that far exceed US$60 per metric ton, and some companies have costs as high as US$120 per metric ton. Large Players Dominate . A few key players, both on the demand side and the supply side, control the iron ore

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