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Copper Concentrate and Copper in the CIS countries (Kazakhstan, Central Asia and the Caucasus): Production, Market and Forecast (2nd edition)

Seitenzahl: 50 Anzahl der Tische: 17 Anzahl der Zeichnungen: 13
Report Sprache: Russian
Freigegeben: 05.03.2021
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This report is the 2nd edition of a study of the market for copper concentrates and copper in the CIS countries (Kazakhstan, Central Asia and the Caucasus).

 

The purpose of the study is to analyze the market for copper concentrates and copper.

The objects of research are copper concentrate and refined copper.

This work is a desk study. The sources of information were data from UNdata, the State Committee on Statistics of the CIS countries, the Agency on Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan, industry and regional press, reports of enterprises, websites of copper producers and consumers, scientific and technical literature, the InfoMine database.

The main chronological framework of the study: 2013-2020? Forecast up to 2030.

Geography of research: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia

 

Research volume: the report consists of 7 parts, contains 50 pages, including 17 tables, 13 figures, 1 appendix.

The first chapter presents the mineral resource base of copper (reserves, deposits) of the CIS countries - Kazakhstan, Central Asia and the Caucasus.

The second chapter provides data on the production of copper in concentrate of the above countries in 2013-2020, and considers the main manufacturing companies.

The third chapter is devoted to an overview of the export-import of copper concentrates in 2013-2020. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia.

The fourth chapter is devoted to the production of refined copper in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in 2013-2020. The dynamics of production of the main manufacturers, description of companies are presented

The fifth chapter of the survey provides data on the export-import of refined copper in the countries under consideration (2013-2020). The dynamics of supply volumes and geographical structure are presented.

The sixth chapter is devoted to the consumption of copper in these countries. The balance of production and consumption of copper in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in 2013-2020 is presented.

The seventh chapter gives a forecast for the production of refined copper in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan until 2030.

The appendix contains addresses and contact information of the main participants in the market of copper concentrates and copper in the CIS countries - Kazakhstan, Central Asia and the Caucasus.

 

Target audience of the study:

- copper market participants - producers, consumers, traders;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study claims to be a reference manual for marketing services and specialists making managerial decisions working in the CIS copper market.

Annotation

 

1. Mineral resources of copper

1.1. Kazakhstan

1.2 Uzbekistan

1.3 Transcaucasia

 

2. Extraction and processing of ores, production of copper concentrate in 2013-2020.

2.1 Kazakhstan

Kazakhmys

Kazminerals

Aktobe Copper Company (AMK)

Kazzinc

2.2 Uzbekistan

2.3 Armenia

2.4. Other countries

 

3. Export-import of copper concentrate in 2013-2020

3.1 Kazakhstan

3.2. Uzbekistan

3.3. Other countries

Armenia

Georgia

Tajikistan

 

4. Production of blister and refined copper in 2013-2020.

4.1 Kazakhstan

Kazakhmys

4.2. Uzbekistan

4.3. Other countries

 

5. Export-import of refined copper in 2013-2020

5.1 Kazakhstan

5.2 Uzbekistan

 

6. Consumption of refined copper in 2013-2020

6.1 Kazakhstan

6.2 Uzbekistan

6.3 Other countries

 

7. Forecast of copper production in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan until 2030

 

Appendix: Contact information about the main players in the copper market in the CIS (Kazakhstan, 

Table 1: Major copper deposits in the CIS countries (excluding Russia)

Table 2: Production of copper in concentrate in 2013-2020 CIS countries (excluding RF) by major manufacturing companies, thousand tons

Table 3: Dynamics of copper in concentrate production by Kazakhmys concentrators in 2016-2020, thousand tons

Table 4: Dynamics of ore extraction and production of copper in copper concentrate by Kazminerals divisions in 2016-2020

Table 5: Export of copper concentrate from Kazakhstan

Table 6: Kazakhstan imports of copper concentrate in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 7: Uzbekistan imports of copper concentrate in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 8: Exports of Copper Concentrate Armenia in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 9: Export and import of copper concentrate in Georgia in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 10: Exports of copper concentrate of Tajikistan in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 11: Production of refined copper in 2013-2020 in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan by production companies, thousand tons

Table 12: Dynamics of production of refined copper by divisions of the Kazakhmys company in 2016-2020, thousand tons

Table 13: Exports of refined copper in Kazakhstan in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 14: Exports of refined copper in Uzbekistan in 2013-2020 by supply directions, t

Table 15: Balance of production and consumption of copper in Kazakhstan in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Table 16: Balance of production and consumption of copper in Uzbekistan in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Table 17: Dynamics of import / consumption of refined copper in other CIS countries (Central Asia and the Caucasus) in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 1: Distribution of deposits in Kazakhstan by grade of copper in ore,%

Figure 2: The share of the CIS countries (excluding the Russian Federation) in the production of copper in concentrate (averaged data for 2013-2020),%

Figure 3: Dynamics of production of copper in concentrate in Kazakhstan in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 4: Shares of Kazakh companies in the production of copper in copper concentrate (average in 2013-2020),%

Figure 5: Dynamics of production of copper in concentrate by the Aktobe Copper Company in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 6: Dynamics of production of copper in concentrate by Kazzinc in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 7: Dynamics of production of copper in concentrate in Uzbekistan in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 8: Dynamics of production of copper in copper concentrate in Armenia in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 9: Dynamics of exports of copper concentrate in Kazakhstan (thousand tons) and the estimated share of exports in its production in 2013-2020 (%)

Figure 10: Dynamics of production of refined copper in Kazakhstan in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 11: Dynamics of production of refined copper by AMMC in 2013-2020, thousand tons

Figure 12: Dynamics of exports of refined copper in Kazakhstan (thousand tons) and share of production in 2016-2020 (%)

Figure 13: Forecast of production of refined copper in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan until 2030, thousand tons

 

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