Unlocking our potential in copper: Quellaveco case study
Copper is set to continue as one of the most essential industrial metals as society addresses climate change, energy efficiency and the raising of living standards for the world's fast-growing population of consumers.
Quellaveco is one of the world's largest, undeveloped copper deposits.
Located in Peru, Quellaveco boasts ore reserves of 1.3 billion tons, containing an estimated 7.5 million tons of copper at an average grade of 0.57% total copper (TCu). Find out more about Quellaveco