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09 June 2015

Inner Mongolia zinc and lead mine visits

Report summary

Zinc and lead producers in Inner Mongolia are focused on reducing operating costs as tight margins, low prices, rising treatment charges and falling ore grades challenge the economics of these assets. The main focus for cost reduction is to maximise output from existing capacity. These productivity gains, along with greenfield and brownfield expansions, will increase mine output and ensure Inner Mongolia remains the largest lead and zinc concentrate producer in China.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • 2015 Global zinc mine C1 cost curve
  • Location influences milling costs
  • Treatment charges are rising
  • Ore grades are falling
  • Maximising existing capacity, minimising costs
  • Concentrate production to rise and increase smelter utilisation

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Inner Mongolian zinc and lead mines
  • Share of China's zinc in concentrate production
  • Share of world zinc in concentrate production
  • Share of China's lead in concentrate production
  • Share of world lead in concentrate production
  • Mining and milling cost of Inner Mongolian, Chinese and global zinc and lead mines
  • Zinc and lead in concentrate production in Inner Mongolia, 2012 - 2015
  • Brownfield and greenfield zinc and lead mine projects in Inner Mongolia, 2014-2016
  • Inner Mongolia zinc and lead mine visits: Image 6

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