Copper Mountain Mine

Copper Mountain contemplates secondary crusher

Despite several mill maintenance shutdowns last year and variable ore hardness and fragmentation entering the semi-autogenous grinding mill from different open-pit locations, Copper Mountain Mining (CUM-T) posted a gross profit of $38.2 million…

Loading up in a pit at Copper Mountain Mining's namesake copper mine, 20 km south of Princeton, British Columbia. Source: Copper Mountain Mining

Copper Mountain aims to produce more copper

Copper Mountain Mining (CUM-T) is giving guidance that its copper production for 2013 from its namesake mine in southern B.C. will be 80 million lb. — a number that falls within analyst expectations.  

Studying a map at Sego Resources' Miner Mountain project in Princeton, British Columbia, from left: CEO J. Paul Stevenson, project manager Curt Kauss, director Al Hilton and reclamation and site preparation manager Bob Dennis. Photo by Ian Bickis

Sego set to scale Miner Mountain

If you’ve ever been to Princeton, home to the recently opened Copper Mountain mine, you’ve also seen Sego Resources’ (SGZ-V) Miner Mountain copper property. 

Gold Mountain up on Elk, financing

A junior led by Copper Mountain Mining’s (CUM-T) CEO, Jim O’Rourke, saw its shares jump as high as 50%, two days after it completed a qualifying transaction and a concurrent financing. 

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