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Copper GOK at Malmyzhskoye deposit will be launched in 2023

Copper GOK at Malmyzhskoye deposit will be launched in 2023
Photo: amurminerals.ru

Amur Minerals, a subsidiary of RMK, will launch the first stage of the GOK at the Malmyzhskoye copper deposit in the Khabarovsk Territory in the fall of 2023. Investments currently amount to 62 billion rubles. The total investment in the project is estimated at 248 billion rubles.

As reported to IAA EastRussia in the press service of "Amur Minerals", this was reported to the Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev by the President of the RMK Vsevolod Levin during his visit to the site. He clarified that the building permit had been received, all the necessary examinations had been passed. 1,3 thousand people work at the construction site, in the future it is planned to increase the number of workers to 2,5 thousand.

First, the first stage of the processing plant will be launched, which includes two lines with a total capacity of 45 million tons of ore per year. The commissioning of two more lines is scheduled for 2024 - then the productivity will double. According to forecasts, the GOK will be able to produce 1,3 million tons of copper concentrate annually. The period of operation of the Amur Minerals plant is calculated until 2056.

The Malmyzhskoe copper deposit is located on the border of the Amur and Nanai districts of the Khabarovsk Territory. Based on the results of geological exploration, the balance reserves of Malmyzhskoye are about 2,4 billion tons of ore, including 8,3 million tons of copper, 347 tons of gold and 1,7 thousand tons of silver.

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