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Base Metals Mining in Poland to 2020 - a Focus on the Copper Industry

Published: Jul 2015 | No Of Pages: 28 | Published By: Timetric

Synopsis

Timetric's 'Base Metals Mining in Poland to 2020 - a Focus on the Copper Industry' report comprehensively covers Polish reserves of copper, copper resources by deposits, historic and forecast copper mine production, copper prices, historic and forecast copper metal consumption, consumption by end-use sector and imports by country. The report also includes demand drivers affecting the Polish copper mining industry, profile of the major copper mining company and information on the active and exploration projects.

Executive summary

Poland had the world's eighth-largest global reserves of copper in January 2015, at 28Mt or 4% of the global total. Most Polish copper ores are of the stratabound type, located in the areas of Fore-Sudetic Monocline and North Sudetic Basin in Lower Silesia. Demand for copper is mainly driven by the construction and electronics industries. The country imported majority of copper ores and concentrates from Brazil, Morocco, Australia and Botswana – collectively accounting for 99.7% of total copper ores and concentrates imports in 2014.

Scope

The report contains an overview of the copper mining industry in Poland, together with the key demand drivers affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, historic and forecast production and consumption, consumption by end-use, imports by country, competitive landscape, active and exploration projects and the fiscal regime governing the mining industry.

Reasons to buy

Gain an understanding of the copper mining industry in Poland, the relevant demand drivers, reserves, copper prices, historic and forecast production and consumption, consumption by end-use, imports, active, and exploration projects, the competitive landscape and the country's fiscal regime.

Key highlights

Poland had the eighth largest copper reserves in the world at 28 million tonnes (Mt) in January 2015, equivalent to 4% share of global reserves.
Poland was the second-largest copper producer in Europe in 2014 and the 12th-largest in the world. Copper content in the ore has steadily decreased in recent years and was 1.5% in 2014.
Polish copper consumption mainly centers on the metal’s use in the electric, electronics and construction industries.
In 2014, the Polish construction industry picked up as new infrastructure contracts awarded by the government helped to drive activity together with EU funding providing additional support, given that much of it will be directed towards infrastructure development.

1 Executive Summary

2 Base Metals Mining in Poland – Reserves, Production Consumption and Trade
2.1 Reserves by Geographical Region and Grade
2.2 Historical and Forecast Production
2.3 Active Mines
2.4 Exploration Projects
2.5 Consumption and Imports
2.5.1 Refined copper consumption
2.5.2 Consumption by end-use sector
2.5.3 Imports by country
2.6 Demand Drivers
2.6.1 Growth of the Polish construction industry to support demand for copper
2.6.2 Demand from the domestic electronics sector

3 Major Base Metals Producer in Poland
3.1 KGHM Polska Miedz SA (KGHM)

4 Fiscal Regime
4.1 The Polish Mining Industry – Governing Bodies
4.1.1 Ministry of Environment
4.1.2 The Commission for Mineral Resources
4.1.3 State Mining Authority
4.1.4 Polish Geological Institute
4.1.5 Central Mining Institute
4.1.6 Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences
4.2 The Polish Mining Industry – Governing Laws
4.2.1 Economic Freedom Act of July 2, 2004
4.2.2 The Labor Code
4.2.3 Polish Geological and Mining Law, February 4, 1994
4.3 The Polish Mining Industry – Ownership and Mining Licenses
4.3.1 Mining ownership
4.3.2 Mining business licenses
4.3.3 Area
4.3.4 Mining usufruct license
4.3.5 Mining concessions
4.4 The Polish Mining Industry – Rights and Obligations
4.4.1 Rights
4.4.2 Obligations
4.5 The Polish Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms
4.5.1 Prospecting fees
4.5.2 Exploration fees
4.5.3 Royalty
4.5.4 Corporate income tax
4.5.5 Capital gains tax
4.5.6 Real Estate tax
4.5.7 Depreciation
4.5.8 Withholding tax
4.5.9 Loss carry forward
4.5.10 Value added tax

5 Appendix
5.1 Abbreviations
5.2 Bibliography
5.3 Secondary Research
5.4 Primary Research
5.5 Contact Timetric
5.6 About Timetric
5.7 Timetric’s Services
5.8 Disclaimer

Table 1: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Copper Ore Resources by Deposit, 2014
Table 2: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Copper Mine Production (Thousand Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 3: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Active Projects, 2015
Table 4: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Exploration Projects, 2015
Table 5: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Refined Copper Metal Consumption (Thousand Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 6: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Imports by Country (Thousand Tonnes), 2014
Table 7: Base Metals Mining in Poland – KGHM Polska Miedz SA, Main Projects, 2015
Table 8: The Mining Industry in Poland – Royalty Rates (PLN/IU and %), 2014
Table 9: The Mining Industry in Poland – Real Estate Tax (PLN/m2), 2014
Table 10: The Mining Industry in Poland – Depreciation Rates (%), 2014
Table 11: The Mining Industry in Poland – Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2014 

 

Figure 1: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Global Copper Reserves by Country (%), 2014
Figure 2: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Copper Resources (Billion Tonnes), 2000–2014
Figure 3: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Copper Mine Production vs. Global Copper Prices, 2000–2020
Figure 4: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Refined Copper Metal Consumption (Thousand Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 5: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Consumption by End Use Sector (%), 2013
Figure 6: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Imports by Country (%), 2014
Figure 7: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Share of the Construction Industry by Segment (%), 2013
Figure 8: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Construction Output by Project Type (US$ Million), 2009–2018
Figure 9: Base Metals Mining in Poland – Value of the Electronics Industry by Type (%), 2013
Figure 10: Base Metals Mining in Poland – KGHM Polska Miedz SA (KGHM)

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