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Information Profile @ a Glance  
  • Copper is a natural element – a metal that has been one of mankind’s most useful and valuable materials.
  • It is represented by the chemical symbol Cu and the atomic number 29.
  • Copper is also an essential nutrient that is required by virtually all higher life forms.
  • It is an essential component of dietary nutrition that enables the body to metabolize energy and function properly.
  • Copper is available in many forms including bars, foil, sheet, granules, plates, powder, shot, turnings, wire, insulated wire, mesh, "evaporation slugs", and rods.
  • As with humans, plants and animal health rely on adequate copper intake. 
  • The world’s two most important food crops – rice and wheat – are both highly dependent on sufficient copper in soil.
  • Copper is low in the reactivity series. This means that it doesn't tend to corrode. Again, this is important for its use for pipes, electrical cables, saucepans and radiators. 
  • However, it also means that it is well suited to decorative use. Jewellery, statues and parts of 
    buildings can be made from copper, brass or bronze and remain attractive for thousands of 
    years.
  • Most copper production is based upon sulphide ores containing little copper but quite a lot of iron. New cleaner technologies are now important but older processes present major environmental problems.
  • Copper can be recycled without any loss of quality. 40% of the world's demand is met by recycled copper.
  • It is cheaper to recycle copper than to mine and extract new copper. Recycled copper is worth up to 90% of the cost of the original copper. Recycling helps to keep the cost of copper products down.
  • To date, only 12% to 13% of all known reserves have been mined. However, it still makes sense to conserve the remaining ore by recycling.
  • Global demand for copper is likely to grow by 3.5% over the next three years, increasing the critical demand supply gap. This could keep copper prices firm in the international markets.
  • The JFTC market largely drives domestic demand. Industry believes that demand is likely to register robust growth with the Government targeting telephone density of 15% by 2010. The demand is likely to come from rural areas.

General
  • Copper Facts
  • Oxidized Copper Ore
  • Mine Water Quality
  • Refined Copper Usage - World Data
  • Birla Copper - Product Profile
  • Interesting Copper Facts
  • Copper - Description
  • Copper-Nickel Tubing
  • Properties and Uses
  • Copper - Electrical Conductivity
  • Copper - Thermal Conductivity
  • Standard Designation

Copper Futures

  • Copper Futures - Trade
  • Copper Futures News 
  • Copper Futures and Options Trading, Brokers
  • Copper Futures Market
  • Copper Trends
  • Testing Efficiency of Copper Futures Market
  • Historical Futures Price Data on Copper
  • Seekful - Copper futures Links
  • Copper Mail
  • Copper Price at New Record
  • NonFerrous Metals Futures

Market Reports

  • Market Analysis - Non-Ferrous_0106
  • NonFerrous_0206
  • NonFerrous_0306
  • NonFerrous_0905
  • NonFerrous_1005
  • International & Domestic Market Outlook
  • Copper Industry - Budget
  • International Copper Market 2006
  • Annual Data 2005 Copper Consumption
  • Opportunities in North America's Copper Market
  • The Effects of Emerging Technologies on Copper
  • Copper Demand in the 1990s
  • International Copper Market 2005

Trends & Statistics

  • World & USA Production -2000
  • World & USA Production - 2005
  • World & USA Production - 2006
  • Survey report - 2006
  • Survey report - 2007
  • Survey report - 2008
  • World & USA Production - 2007
  • USA Production & consumption - 2008
  • USA Production & consumption - 2009
  • USA Production & consumption - 2010
  • March - 2010
  • June 2010
  • July 2010
  • Copper Statistics ( 1974 to 2002)
  • Copper Statistics ( 1900 to 2008)
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 1999 to 2003
  • Profit from Copper
  • Sustainable Development - 2004
  • Trends in Consumption & Production
  • Trends - Refined Copper Stocks & Price ( 1999)
  • Price Analysis - 2007
  • Price Analysis - 2008
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 1997 -2001)
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 1998 - 2002
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 1999 - 2003
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 2000 - 2004
  • Salient Copper Statistics ( 2001 - 2005
  • Copper Production & Usage Trends (2000 TO 2006)
  • End Use Statistics (1975 to 2003)
  • Future of Copper (2005)
  • Forecast( 2005-2006)

Extraction & production

  • Mineral Extraction
  • Extraction Geochemistry
  • Extraction & Beneficiation
  • Wastes in Extraction
  • Mine Site Visit - Asarco / Troy Mine
  • Primary Copper Production Smelters
  • Secondary Copper Production

Recycling

  • Copper Recycling ( 1997 USA
  • Copper Recycling in the United States in 2004
  • Solid Environment - Copper Recycling
  • Extracting Copper - Recycling
Technologies
  • Activox Technologies
  • Technology Changes - Copper Mining
  • Clean Technologies for Mining Industry
  • Copper Extraction
  • Extraction Facts
  • Copper Smelting

Reports

  • Copper Bulletin
  • World Copper Smelting - 2005
  • World Copper Smelters
  • Copper Development Association
  • Copper Mines & Plants Directory
  • Status Report - Mining Education & Training
  • Opportunities in Mining Sector
  • Project Report
  • EU - Copper Sector
  • Survey - Copper Fabricating Industry
  • Case Study - Regulatory Impacts
  • Changes in Copper Industry
  • Tenorm Sources
  • India - Copper - use & growth
  • India - Giant
  • Copper Development Association - UK 

Industries

  • Magma Copper Company
  • Copper Range Company
  • Indian Copper Industry
  • Mining & Mineral Industry - Overview
  • RIO TINTO
  • Sumiotomo Corporation
  • Alcobex
  • Copper in Electrical Contacts
  • Hindalco - copper products
  • Hindalco Industries
  • Copper Companies
  • Bushes - sintered

Import / Export

  • Trade, Exports, Imports
  • Suppliers
  • Copper Importes
  • Copper Products - Buyers, Importers
  • Minerals - Copper Export
  • Copper Export - World Forecast
  • Chile Copper Exports
  • Copper Manufacturers, Suppliers
  • Copper Suppliers
  • Copper Suppliers Guide
  • Copper on ThomasNet_com
  • China - Copper Manufacturers & Suppliers

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