Petaquilla looking to build Panama’s first copper mine
Nov 26, 2007 | 01:09 PM
| Paul Harris
Petaquilla Copper Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia, plans to start development of its Botija Abajo copper and gold deposit in Cocle province in east-central Panama, an executive said Monday.
Petaquilla is looking to build a mill capable of processing 120,000 tonnes of ore per day that will yield 233,000 tonnes of copper, 87,000 ounces of gold and 2,680 tonnes of molybdenum per year over a mine life of 24....
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