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Historical Mineral Industry Statistics
January 2013
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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines Department of Environment & Natural Resources MINES & GEOSCIENCES BUREAU MINING INDUSTRY STATISTICS (Release Date: 8 January 2013) 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Gross Production Value In Mining (MGB) Large Scale Metallic Mining P 9.1 Billion P 9.0 Billion P 7.6 Billion P 9.2 Billion P 7.8 Billion P 6.7 Billion P 7.5 Billion P 8.0 Billion P 13.2 Billion P 27.0 Billion P 49.2 Billion P 29.7 Billion P 42.8 Billion P 69.1 Billion P 88.0 Billion Small Scale Gold Mining P 4.5 Billion P 7.6 Billion P 6.0 Billion P 8.3 Billion P10.0 Billion P14.3 Billion P 19.9 Billion P 21.5 Billion P 24.2 Billion P 28.2 Billion P 32.2 Billion P 33.9 Billion P 36.8 Billion P 42.9 Billion 34.1 Billion Non-Metallic Mining P 19.5 Billion P 21.1 Billion P17.3 Billion P13.5 Billion P11.2 Billion P 14.2 Billion P 13.7 Billion P 13.9 Billion P12,8 Billion P 17.0 Billion P 20.8 Billion P 23.5 Billion P 26.5 Billion P 33.3 Billion 41.1 Billion TOTAL P 33.1 Billion P 37.7 Billion P 30.9 Billion P31.0 Billion P 29.0 Billion P 35.2 Billion P 41.1 Billion P 43.4 Billion P 50.2 Billion P 72.2 Billion P 102.2 Billion P 87.1 Billion P 106.1 Billion P 145.3 Billion P163.2 BillionTotal Mining Investment Data from the Revitalization $ 190.3 Million $ 708.4 Million $ 604.2 Million $ 719.5 Million $ 968.3 Million $ 618.5 Million Program Under EO 270 (MGB)Gross Value Added In Mining At Current Prices (NSCB) P 24.9 Billion P 21.0 Billion P 22.2 Billion P 20.7 Billion P 25.8 Billion P 30.3 Billion P 32.6 Billion P 37.1 Billion P 43.9 Billion P 60.0 Billion P 53.6 Billion P 65.8 Billion P 88.2 Billion P 96.9 BillionMining Contribution To GDP 0.8% 0.6% 0.6% 0.5% 0.6% 0.7% 0.6% 0.6% 0.7% 0.9% 0.7% 0.8% 1.0% 1.0%Total Exports of Minerals & Mineral Products (BSP) $ 762 Million $ 592 Million $ 645 Million $ 649 Million $537 Million $519 Million $637 Million $797 Million $820 Million $2,103 Million $2,605 Million $2,498 Million $1,470 Million $1,929 Million $2,659 MillionMining Contribution To Total Exports 3.0% 2.0% 1.8% 1.7% 1.7% 1.5% 1.8% 2.0% 2.0% 4.5% 5.3% 5.2% 3.9% 3.8% 5.6%Total Exports of Non-Met. Mineral Manufactures (BSP) $111 Million $133 Million $123 Million $113 Million $128 Million $165 Million $171 Million $182 Million $223 Million $211 Million $156 Million $162 Million $177 MillionMining Contribution To Total Exports 0.3% 0.4% 0.4% 0.3% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.3% 0.4%Employment In Mining and Quarrying (DOLE) 130,000 120,000 100,000 110,000 104,000 101,000 104,000 118,000 123,000 141,000 149,000 158,000 169,000 197,000 210,000Mining Contribution To Total Employment 0.47% 0.43% 0.34% 0.34% 0.32% 0.3% 0.3% 0.3% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.6%Taxes, Fees and Royalties From Mining Fees, Charges & Royalties Collected by DENR-MGB P 34.9 Million P 37.5 Million P 51.2 Million P 66.3 Million P 58.5 Million P 79.8 Million P120.1 Million P210.2 Million P 192.1 Million P 774.0 Million P 557.4 Million P 396.2 Million P 800.6 Million P 1,180.8 Million Excise Tax Collected by BIR P 114.8 Million 123.9 Million 241.1 Million 243.3 Million 129.8 Million 303.6 Million 155.8 Million 232.5 Million 251.4 Million 489.6 Million 942.1 Million 660.3 Million 718.8 Million 1,305.9 Million 6,985.8 Million Taxes Collected by Natl. Govt. Agencies 921.5 Million 798.6 Million 1,016.9 Million 1,279.1 Million 647.6 Million 823..8 Million 1,039.2 Million 2,769.1 Million 4,733.6 Million 5,313.2 Million 8,371.7 Million 5,949.5 Million 10,272.5 Million 10,201.9 Million 9,463.7 Million Taxes and Fees Collected by LGUs 70.7 Million 116.7 Million 180.9 Million 152.1 Million 138.4 Million 204.8 Million 226.9 Million 358.5 Million 453.5 Million 395.0 Million 359.8 Million 522.2 Million 992.8 Million 1,071.2 Million 897.0 Million TOTAL P1,107.0Million P1,074.1Million P1,476.4Million P1,725.7Million P 982.1Million P1,390.7Million P1,501.7Million P3,480.2Million P5,648.7 Million P6,389.9 Million P10,447.6 Million P7,689.4 Million P12,380.3Million P13,379.6 Million P18,527.2 MillionNumber of Operating Metallic Mines: Copper (with gold & silver) 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 Copper (with gold, silver & zinc) 1 1 1 1 1 Gold (with silver) 6 7 5 3 2 2 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 5 Metallurgical Chromite (ore & concentrate) 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 Refractory Chromite 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Chemical Grade Chromite 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nickel 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 5 11 10 10 15 18 Nickel Concentrate Iron ore 1 1 Total Operating Metallic Mines 17 17 13 12 10 9 14 16 16 17 24 23 23 28 30Number of Processing Plant/Smelter: Copper Smelter 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nickel Processing Plant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total Processing Plant/Smelter 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2Number of Approved and Registered MPSA 162 164 175 198 216 209 236 264 275 318 339 FTAA 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 6 6
  • 2. 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 EP 9 13 16 13 28 33 44 39 54 99 113 IP 109 104 101 103 120 161 185 199 213 202 192 MPP 7 26 26 37 41 41 54 68 TOTAL 282 283 294 323 392 431 504 545 586 679 718Number of Applications Under Process MPSA 1,578 1,529 1,374 1,337 1,403 1,318 1,111 1,058 997 839 605 FTAA 43 42 41 40 56 56 54 52 52 49 21 EP 380 374 348 366 474 720 1,074 1,496 1,575 1,545 823 IP 346 372 310 302 251 266 288 291 288 294 242 MPP 31 40 37 36 40 42 44 37 TOTAL 2347 2317 2073 2,076 2,224 2,397 2,563 2,937 2,954 2,771 1,728Average world price of Copper (WMS/LME) $ 1.03 / lb. $ 0.75 / lb $ 0.71 / lb $0.82 / lb $0.72 / lb $0.71 / lb $0.81 / lb $1.30 / lb $1.58 / lb $3.02 / lb $3.20 / lb $3.16 / lb $2.28 / lb $3.40 / lb $4.00 / lb*Average world price of Gold (WMS/BSP) $ 331 / oz $ 293 / oz $ 279.04 / oz $ 279.28 / oz $271.10 / oz $310.20 / oz $363.38 / oz $409.23 / oz $431.35 / oz $600.71 / oz $696.37 / oz $871.52 / oz $973.01 / oz $1,222.02 / oz $1,570.25 / oz*Average world price of Silver (WMS/BSP) $ 4.90 / oz $5.51 / oz $ 5.22 / oz $ 4.95 / oz $4.37 / oz $4.60 / oz $4.87 / oz $6.63 / oz $7.04 / oz $11.55 / oz $13.38 / oz $15.00 / oz $14.67 / oz $20.13 / oz $35.22 / oz*Average world price of Nickel (WMS/LME) $ 3.14 / lb $ 2.10 / lb $ 2.73 / lb $ 3.92 / lb $2.70 / lb $3.07 / lb $4.37 / lb $6.27 / lb $7.00 / lb $10.88 / lb $16.84 / lb $9.58 / lb $6.56 / lb $9.82 / lb $10.39 / lb*Peso to US Dollar Exchange Rate (BSP) P 29.47 / $ P 40.90 / $ P 39.08 / $ P 44.19 / $ P 50.99 P51.62 P54.26 P56.09 P55.02 P51.32 P46.15 P44.48 P47.64 P45.11 P43.31+Preliminary; nda - no data available; nya - not yet availableNote: Number of operating mines were based on production reports submitted. Gross Value Added (GVA) - measures the contribution of a particular sector to the countrys GNP; computed by subtracting the cost of production inputs from the gross output of a particular industry. Total GVA does not include crude oil.ref: MIS(1997-present)/econ-ind summary/rvs/8Jan2013

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