Mining News Global SCRAP REGISTER en-us 2018-04-20T08:18:35+01:00 Global Silver mine production falls 4.1% in 2017>uploads/news/2018/4/3200099401523617660 Silver mine production fell for the second consecutive year following a string of supply disruptions across the Americas, according to the latest data released by the Silver Institute and the GFMS team at Thomson Reuters. South Africa Iron Ore production climbs 25.1% in January>uploads/news/2018/3/9066543741521197419 Iron-ore production rose by 25.1% and contributed 3.4 percentage points to the January growth, while production of “other” non-metallic minerals jumped 27% and contributed 1.3 percentage points. India's Iron Ore output to reach 210 MT this fiscal: IBM>uploads/news/2018/3/7050205761521195913 Odisha, which produced 102 million tonne iron ore, 53 per cent of the country's total iron ore output of 192 million tonne last year, is poised to retain the top slot this year as well. Ferrometal Group plans to transfer its Patent, Licences, Business in West Africa, Senegal>uploads/news/2018/3/17381495991521452263 A Spanish company based in Madrid, is looking for transferring its Patent, Licences, Business and land of 315 Ha, in West Africa, Senegal. Peru bags 2nd largest Copper, Zinc and Silver producer title in 2017>uploads/news/2018/2/9853860451518787915 The country's silver production grew 16.9% in 2017 from the previous year. In addition, the report notes Peru produced a total of 155 metric tons of gold, equivalent to 5% of the world's output. Global Gold mine production advance fractionally in 2017: WGC>uploads/news/2018/2/51582071518413587 According to World Gold Council, gold mine production finished 2017 by falling 2% y-o-y to 833.1t in Q4. This resulted in overall annual mine production of 3,268.7t – fractionally higher compared to 2016 – and the highest annual total in our records. Global refined Copper usage increases during Jan-Oct 2017>uploads/news/2018/2/14107130001518086698 Global apparent refined copper usage is estimated to have increased modestly by 0.2% during the first ten months of 2017. Improved scrap supply is constraining world refined copper usage growth globally in 2017, according to the International Copper Study Group (ICSG). China takes more than half of Brazilian Iron Ore exports in 2017>uploads/news/2018/1/16072122631515675813 According to the Ministry of Trade and Development, Brazil’s iron ore exports to China has increased by 1.5 percent year-on-year to 216.09 million metric tons last year, accounting for 61% of total Brazilian iron ore exports of 353.26 million metric tons. Strikes negatively hit Copper production in Chile: ICSG>uploads/news/2018/1/14515248281515675057 Chile, the world’s biggest copper mine producing country, has reported a decline in production during the first nine months of this year mainly due to the strike at the Escondida mine and lower output from Codelco mines, according to International Copper Study Group (ICSG). Global secondary Copper production from Scrap soars during Jan-Sept>uploads/news/2018/1/8852923731514896519 Global refined production is estimated to have grown modestly by 0.5% in the first nine months of 2017 with primary production (electrolytic and electrowinning) declining by 1. 3% and secondary production (from scrap) increasing by 9.5%, according to International Copper Study Group (ICSG).