Nevada Copper’s Pumpkin Hollow is the only fully-permitted, shovel-ready project of scale in North America. It is located in the pro-mining state of Nevada, USA and will be entering production at a time of growing copper supply deficits.
The property hosts two near-term production mines -- one underground and one, globally-significant, open pit. In addition to the considerable deposit size, a number of opportunities exist to increase mine life through resource expansion and exploration drilling.
The underground mine development has been fast-tracked by re-engineering and production is anticipated in the second half of 2019.
The open pit mine is one of the least capital-intensive copper projects globally and has an estimated 23-year project life.
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