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Sec Ramon J. P. Paje

INSTITUTING POLICY REFORMS IN MINERAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

Mining Philippines 2011
September 14, 2011,
Sofitel Philippines Plaza Hotel
Manila, Philippines

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  • Ang yaman ng Palawan ay yaman ng Pilipinas It is known as the Philippines’ Last Ecological Frontier. It has 40% of our country’s remaining mangrove areas, 30% of our coral reefs, at least 17 Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs), 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and 8 declared Protected Areas (PAs). It is unmatched anywhere in the country
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    • INSTITUTING POLICY REFORMS IN MINERAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT RAMON J.P. PAJE Secretary Mining Philippines 2011 September 14, 2011, Sofitel Philippines Plaza Hotel Manila, Philippines
    • GROWTH HIGHLIGHTS 2010• Gross Production Value: up 39% - from PhP106.1B in 2009 to PhP144.4B in 2010. – Metallic Sector: 77% or PhP111.1B • Gold : PhP70.51B or 63% • Nickel: PhP22.99B or 21% • Copper: PhP15.78B or 14% • Others: PhP 1.81B or 1.6% – Non-Metallic Sector: 23% or PhP33.3B
    • PRODUCTION HIGHLIGHTS 2010 Metallic Sector• Volume: – Gold: up 11%; from 36.814 MT to 40.847MT – Copper: up 16%; from 49,060MT to 58,412% – Nickel: up 59% for DSO and 55% for concentrate; from 8.31M DMT to 13.21M DMT• Price: – Gold: up 25.6%; $1,222.02/oz from $973.01/oz – Copper: up 49%; $3.40/lb from $2.28/lb – Nickel: up 49.7%; $9.82/lb from $6.56/lb
    • GROWTH HIGHLIGHTS 1st Semester, 2011• Metallic Sector up 31%.• Gross Production Value: from PhP48.73B to PhP63.92B; up by PhP15.19B: – Gold : PhP42.18B or 66.13% – Nickel : PhP11.00B or 17.25% – Copper: PhP 9.19B or 14.42% – Others: PhP 1.41B or 2.20%
    • 2011 PROJECTIONS• Minerals Industry conservatively projected to grow by 17%• Metallic Sector: projected to go up by 24% – Gold : 8% – Copper : 23% – Nickel : 56% for concentrate; 77% for direct shipping ore – Chromite : 10% – Zinc : 106%
    • • 3 Copper mines (with gold and silver)• 1 Copper mine (with gold, silver zinc)• 5 Gold mines• 2 Chromite mines• 1 Magnetite mine• 18 Nickel mines• 1 Nickel Processing Plant• 1 Copper Processing Plant• 2000+ sand and gravel, cement and other non- metallic operations
    • 3,500.00 3,000.00 2,500.00 2,000.00 in M$ 955.86 1,500.00 719.51 604.17 1,000.00 708.40 457.15 500.00 200.47 190.33 - 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016√From 2004 to 2010: $3.835 Billion;√May reach up to US$18 billion up to 2016.
    • Runruno Gold- Far Southeast Copper- Molybdenum Project Gold Project Didipio Copper-Gold ProjectTampakan Copper Project Boyungan Gold Project Kingking Copper Gold ProjectSumitomo Nickel Project
    • • Protection of mining investments• New chapter in small-scale mining with DOJ Opinion 9
    • • Completion of the First Phase of implementation of the “Use It or Lose It” policy 10
    • “Use It or Lose It” Policy Implementation• Legal Basis: DENR Memo Order No. 2010-04• Period Covered: Oct 2010 to June 30, 2011• Target Applications: 2,196 (excluding 604 involved in cases)• Accomplishments: 97% or 2,136 applications: – Denied : 1,606 – Indorsed : 530• MRs/Appeals- 24%
    • Immediate Action PlanReview all Motions for ReconsiderationConduct Technical Assessment of freed areas todetermine which of the areas can be viablypackaged.Formulate Guidelines for Public Bidding and enterinto Joint Venture Agreements.Lift the moratorium on the acceptance and grant ofmining applications.
    • Upgrade ofenvironmentalstandards in miningAbsorption ofenvironmental cost 13
    • • Shift to value-adding activities• Encourage downstream processing of mine products 14
    • • Enhanced revenues from mining
    • • Strengthen public-private partnership 16
    • • Sustain information, education and communication program 17
    • • Request for clarification RE: Section 2.2 (Exemption from the ban on the issuance of tree cutting permits) of Executive Order No. 23 (Logging Moratorium) submitted to the Office of the President.• Administrative Order that will clarify the jurisdiction between the Mines and Geosciences Bureau and the Environmental Management Bureau being finalized.• “Codifying” corporate social responsibility.
    • • Completing the 1:10,000 scale geohazard maps of the entire country being fast tracked.• Providing full support to the Office of the Solicitor General in connection with the increasing cases being filed against mining projects (i.e., Writ of Kalikasan, Temporary Environmental Protection Order, Writ of Continuing Mandamus.
    • Thank You!