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333 North Central Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85004

United States

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ator that produces copper and molybdenum concentrates. The Bagdad operation encompasses approximately 21,750 acres, consisting of 21,150 acres of patented mining claims and other fee lands and 600 acres of unpatented mining claims. Bagdad receives electrical power from Arizona Public Service Company. Safford The company’s wholly owned Safford mine is an open-pit copper mining complex located in Graham County, Arizona. The Safford mine includes two copper deposits that have oxide mineralization overlaying primary copper sulfide mineralization. The predominant oxide copper minerals are chrysocolla and copper-bearing iron oxides with the predominant copper sulfide material being chalcopyrite. The property is a mine-for-leach project and produces copper cathodes. The operation consists of two open pits feeding a crushing facility with a capacity of 103,000 metric tons per day. The Safford operation’s electrical power is primarily sourced from Tucson Electric Power Company, Arizona Public Service Company and the Luna Energy facility. Sierrita The company’s wholly owned Sierrita mine is an open-pit copper and molybdenum mining complex located in Pima County, Arizona. The Sierrita operation includes a 102,000 metric ton-per-day concentrator that produces copper and molybdenum concentrates. Sierrita also produces copper from a ROM oxide-leaching system. The Sierrita operation also has a copper sulfate crystal plant, which has the capacity to produce 40 million pounds of copper sulfate per year, and molybdenum facilities consisting of a leaching circuit, two molybdenum roasters and a packaging facility. The molybdenum facilities process molybdenum concentrate produced by Sierrita, from its other mines and from third-party sources. The available mining fleet consists of twenty-five 235-metric ton haul trucks loaded by four shovels with bucket sizes ranging from 34 to 56 cubic meters, which are capable of moving an average of 200,000 metric tons of material per day. Sierrita’s production totaled 195 million pounds of copper and 24 million pounds of molybdenum in 2014. The Sierrita operation, including the adjacent Twin Buttes site, encompasses approximately 37,650 acres, consisting of 13,300 acres of patented mining claims and 24,350 acres of split-estate lands. Miami The company’s wholly owned Miami mine is an open-pit copper mining complex located in Gila County, Arizona. The Miami mine is a porphyry copper deposit that has leachable oxide and secondary sulfide mineralization. Miami receives electrical power through long-term contracts with the Salt River Project and natural gas through long-term contracts with El Paso Natural Gas as the transporter. Chino and Tyrone Chino: The company’s wholly owned Chino mine is an open-pit copper mining complex located in southwestern New Mexico in Grant County. The Chino mine is a porphyry copper deposit with adjacent copper skarn deposits. The Chino operation consists of a 36,000 metric ton-per-day concentrator that produces copper and molybdenum concentrates, and a 150 million pound-per-year SX/EW plant that produces copper cathode from solution generated by ROM leaching. The available mining fleet consists of thirty-six 240-metric ton haul trucks loaded by four shovels with bucket sizes ranging from 42 to 48 cubic meters, which are capable of moving an average of 220,000 metric tons of material per day. Chino's production totaled 250 million pounds of copper and approximately 1 million pounds of molybdenum in 2014. The Chino operation encompasses approximately 118,600 acres, consisting of 113,200 acres of patented mining claims and other fee lands and 5,400 acres of unpatented mining claims. Tyrone: The company’s wholly owned Tyrone mine is an open-pit copper mining complex. It is located in southwestern New Mexico in Grant County. The Tyrone mine is a porphyry copper deposit. The available mining fleet consists of nineteen 240-metric ton haul trucks loaded by two shovels with bucket sizes ranging from 17 to 47 cubic meters, which are capable of moving an average of 135,000 metric tons of material per day. Tyrone’s copper production totaled 94 mi

 

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