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Government of Venezuela metals summary

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Corporaci├│n Venezolana de Guyana (CVG) is government-owned and its assets are all Venezuela based. The company has one bauxite complex, one alumina plant and two smelters, with the Venalum smelter 20% owned by foreign investors. The Alcasa smelter was commissioned in 1967, followed by the commissioning of the Interalumina refinery and Venalum smelter around 1977-1978. The Los Pijiguaos bauxite mine was incorporated later, in 1987, to create the largest integrated aluminium complex in Latin America at the time.

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  • Bauxite cash cost by company, 2015 (US$/t bauxite)
  • Bauxite cash cost by operation, 2015 (US$/t bauxite)
  • Alumina cash cost by company, 2015 (US$/t alumina)
  • Alumina cash cost by operation, 2015 (US$/t alumina)
  • Primary aluminium cash cost by company, 2015 (US$/t aluminium)
  • Primary aluminium cash cost by operation, 2015 (US$/t aluminium)

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  • Major corporate and investment activity
  • Raw material position, 2015 (kt)
  • Asset status
  • Project pipeline
  • Raw material supply summary, 2015-2020 (kt)

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