TC Company : Thompson Creek Metals Company

TC : Thompson Creek Metals Company

Sector: Basic Materials > Industry: Metal Mining

Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. (Thompson Creek) is a Canadian molybdenum mining company with a vertically integrated mining industry, grinding, processing and marketing activities in Canada and the United States. Company activities include the Thompson Creek Field (deposit and plant) in Idaho, Langeloth Metallurgical Fry Facility in Pennsylvania and a 75% joint venture interest in Endako Molybdenum Mine Joint Venture (Endeko field) (месторождение, завод и ростер) in British Columbia. Besides, it has two high quality underground molybdenum working projects, property of Davidson's molybdenum (Davidson's project), located in British Columbia, and the property of Mount Emmons molybdenum, located in Colorado.

Thompson Creek field

The Thompson Creek field and plant are located near Challis, in central Idaho. The total position of the property is approximately 21 000 acres. The plant has a capacity of approximately 30 000 tons per day and operates with a crusher, Film Actors Guild Factory, ball mill and floating circuit.

Endeko field

The Company has a 75% interest in Endeko's career, заводу и ростеру, which is located near Fraser Lake, British Columbia. The total position of the property covers approximately 19 100 acres. The plant has a capacity of approximately 31 000 tons per day and 30 900 – 35 300 pounds per day multiple hearth roaster. Its 75% share of molybdenum production in the Endeko Mine has increased to 2.9 millions of pounds throughout the year, completed 31 December 2008.

The company operates the Langeloth Metallurgical Facility, located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Activities at Langeloth include roasting molybdenum sulfide concentrate to molybdenum oxide, upgrading molybdenum oxide to pure lime whitened oxide, oxide briquettes, iron-molybdenum, as well as roasting other metal foods. Langeloth also processes molybdenum and certain other metals for other third parties to collect duties, or processed unit cost, ground.

Davidson Designs

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Davidson's project – undeveloped molybdenum deposit in Canada. Blue Pearl Mining, Thompson Creek Metals branch, focuses on, to build and manage a molybdenum deposit production of an average 2 000 metric tons of ore per day.

Mount Emmons Project

In August 2008, The company signed a selection with United States Energy (USAGE), to purchase before 75 % an underground molybdenum project in the United States in Colorado. Munt Emmons Project – undeveloped molybdenum deposit.

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