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Copper mine costs and oil price sensitivity

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22 January 2015

Copper mine costs and oil price sensitivity

Report summary

For copper, mine site fuel costs contribute only 7% to the total cost base on average, so on this basis, could the lower oil price really have a significant impact on industry margins? 

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This report includes 8 images and tables including:

  • Summary of unit cost changes at spot market prices vs Wood Mackenzie Q4 2014 base case scenario
  • Relationship between copper grade and fuel consumption
  • Top movers at spot oil price versus Wood Mackenzie Q4 2014 base case scenario
  • Copper mine costs and oil price sensitivity: Image 1
  • Copper mine costs and oil price sensitivity: Image 4
  • Copper mine costs and oil price sensitivity: Image 5
  • Gold price performance year-to-date
  • Top movers at spot gold price versus Wood Mackenzie Q4 2014 base case scenario

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