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Where in the World Are All the Metals?
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) are home to 43% of the world’s publicly-listed mining companies.
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) are home to 43% of the world’s publicly-listed mining companies. Each mining company is required to submit technical reports on specific aspects of their projects. With over 4900 NI 43-101 technical reports from 2010, the world of mining and its data has never been easier to access than through Prospector Portal.
The filing of technical reports highlight where in the world geologists and engineers are being paid to uncover the next generation of mines and the latest production data. Canada has the most technical reports with 2130 or 43% of projects lying within its borders. The United States is far behind in second with 723 projects or 14.6%, while the remaining 114 countries account for the remaining 42.5% of reports.
Technical reports keep track of company specific milestones and data that reveal the characteristics of a mining project. Companies disclose a technical report when they complete their first mineral resource estimate, a preliminary economic assessment, a mineral reserve, and/or any time there is a material change to any of the previously mentioned events.
These reports are extremely useful and contain valuable information such as:
- Drill Results
- Property History
- Mineral Reserves
- Mining Methods
- Recovery Methods
- Project Infrastructure
- Market Studies and Contracts
- Environmental Studies
- Permitting and Social
- Community Impact
- Capital and Operating Costs
- Economic Analysis
However, this information is buried deep in electronic documents. Prospector brings the data from these technical reports to subscribers' fingertips quickly with a searchable database to reveal the patterns of global mining investment.
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