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Mineral Industry Statistics

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  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines Department of Environment & Natural Resources MINES & GEOSCIENCES BUREAU MINING INDUSTRY STATISTICS (RELEASE DATE: 8 January 2013) 2008 2009 2010 2011 a/o Q3 2012+Gross Production Value In Mining (MGB) Large Scale Metallic Mining P 29.7 Billion P 42.8 Billion P 69.1 Billion P 88.0 Billion P 78.1 Billion Small Scale Gold Mining 33.9 Billion 36.8 Billion 42.9 Billion 34.1 Billion 1.4 Billion Non-metallic mining 23.5 Billion 26.5 Billion 33.3 Billion 41.1 Billion nya TOTAL P 87.1 Billion P 106.1 Billion P145.3 Billion P163.2 Billion P 79.5 BillionTotal Mining Investment Data from the Revitalization $604.2 Million $ 719.5 Million $ 968.3 Million $ 618.5 Million nya Program under EO 270 (MGB)Gross Value Added In Mining At Current Prices (NSCB): P 53.6 Billion P 65.8 Billion P 88.2 Billion P 96.9 Billion P 58.0 Billion Mining Contribution To GDP 0.7% 0.8% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0%Total Exports of Minerals & Mineral Products (BSP) $2,498 Million $1,470 Million $1,929 Million $2,659 Million $1,588 Million Mining Contribution To Total Exports 5.2% 3.9% 3.8% 5.6% 4.0%Total Exports of Non-Met. Mineral Manufactures (BSP) $211 Million $156 Million $162 Million $177 Million $112 Million Mining Contribution To Total Exports 0.4% 0.4% 0.3% 0.4% 0.3%Employment In Mining and Quarrying (DOLE) 158,000 169,000 197,000 210,000 258,000* Mining Contribution To Total Employment 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.6% 0.7%Taxes, Fees and Royalties From Mining Fees, Charges & Royalties Collected by DENR-MGB/LGUs P 557.4 Million P 396.2 Million P 800.6 Million P 1,180.8 Million P1,405.8 Million Excise Tax Collected by BIR 660.3 Million 718.8 Million 1,305.9 Million 6,985.8 Million nya Taxes Collected by Natl. Govt. Agencies 5,949.5 Million 10,272.5 Million 10,201.9 Million 9,463.7 Million nya Taxes and Fees Collected by LGUs 522.2 Million 992.8 Million 1,071.2 Million 897.0 Million 20.1 Million TOTAL P7,689.4 Million P12,380.3 Million P13,379.6 Million P18,527.2 Million P1,425.9 MillionNumber of Operating Metallic Mines: Copper (with gold & silver) 2 3 3 3 3 Copper (with gold, silver & zinc) 1 1 1 1 1 Gold (with silver) 8 8 8 5 6 Metallurgical Chromite (ore & concentrate) 1 1 1 2 3 Chemical Grade Chromite 1 Nickel 10 10 15 18 21 Iron _______ _______ _______ ___1___ ___1___ Total Operating Metallic Mines 23 23 28 30 35 dNumber of Processing Plant/Smelter: Copper Smelter 1 1 1 1 1 Nickel Processing Plant __1__ __1__ __1__ __1__ __1__ Total Processing Plant/Smelter 2 2 2 2 2Number of Approved and Registered(As of Current Yr.) MPSA 264 275 318 339 339 FTAA 2 3 6 6 6 EP 39 54 99 113 64 IP 199 213 202 192 233 MPP 41 41 54 68 76 TOTAL 545 586 679 718 718Number of Applications Under Process(As of Current Yr.) MPSA 1,058 997 839 605 626 FTAA 52 52 49 21 25 EP 1,496 1,575 1,545 823 921 IP 291 288 294 242 123 MPP 40 42 44 37 33 TOTAL 2,937 2,954 2,771 1,728 1,728Average world price of Copper (WMS/LME) $3.16 / lb $2.28 / lb $3.40 / lb $4.00 / lb $3.61 / lbAverage world price of Gold (WMS/BSP) $871.52 / oz $973.01 / oz $1,222.02 / oz $1,570.25 / oz $1,652.28 / ozAverage world price of Silver (WMS/BSP) $15.00 / oz $14.67 / oz $20.13 / oz $35.22 / oz $30.69 / ozAverage world price of Nickel (WMS/LME) $9.58 / lb $6.56 / lb $9.82 / lb $10.39 / lb $8.03 / lbPeso to US Dollar Exchange Rate (BSP) P44.48 P47.64 P45.11 P43.31 P42.57+Preliminary; *as of June; nya - not yet availableNote: Number of operating mines were based on production reports submitted. Metallic mines include the following: a) Copper (with gold & silver): Padcal Copper Project, Canatuan Mining Project, and Toledo Copper Project b) Copper (with gold, silver & zinc): Rapu-Rapu Polymetallic Project c) Gold (with silver): Victoria Gold Proj., Banahaw Gold Proj.; Paracale Gold Proj., APEX Maco Operation, Masbate Gold Proj.; and Siana Gold Proj. d) Chromite (Ore and Concentrate): Dinagat Chromite Proj., Homonhon Chromite Proj.; and Elluvial Chromite Mng. and Concentration Proj. e) Nickel Ore: Sta. Cruz-Candelaria Proj.; Sta. Cruz Nickel Proj.; Rio Tuba Nickel Proj.; Toronto Nickel Proj.; Berong Nickel Proj.; Dinagat Chromite-Nickel Proj.; SR Metal Proj.; Cagdianao Nickel Proj.; Tagana-an Nickel Proj.; Nonoc Nickel Proj.; Tandawa Nickel Proj.; Cagdianao Nickel Proj. (PGMC); Claver Nickel Proj.; Adlay Nickel Proj.; Dahican Nickel Proj.; Carrascal Nickel Proj.; Bel-at Nickel Proj.; Cantilan Nickel Proj.; Sta. Cruz Mining Proj. (Eramen); H.Y. Nickel-Chromite Proj.; and Urbiztondo Nickel Proj. f) Iron: Leyte Magnetite Project 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. Data from 2007-present were adjusted due to NSCBs change of base year from 1985 to 2000.ref: MIS(2012)/econ-ind/rvs/8Jan13

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