Who owns Kidd mine?

Who owns Kidd mine?

Glencore Inc.
Kidd Mine or Kidd Creek Mine is an underground base metal mine 24 km (15 mi) north of Timmins, Ontario, Canada. It is owned and operated by Swiss multinational Glencore Inc. The mine was discovered in 1963 by Texas Gulf Sulfur Company….Kidd Mine.

Financial year 2019
Opened 1966

Who owns Kidd Creek?

Xstrata plc
Kidd Creek is 100% owned and operated by Xstrata plc, which acquired the complex through its take-over of the former owner, Falconbridge Ltd, in 2006.

Is Glencore a Canadian company?

At a glance While Glencore was founded as a trading company in the 1970s, it has since inherited a strong Canadian footprint and history that dates back more than 100 years.

How deep is Kidd mine?

9600 feet
Located in Timmins, Ontario, we operate the Kidd Concentrator and the Kidd Mine, the world’s deepest base-metal mine below sea level, mining at 9600 feet with shaft bottom at 9889 feet.

What is the deepest mine in Canada?

Creighton Mine
The mine is the source of many excavation-related seismic events, such as earthquakes and rock burst events. It is home to SNOLAB, and is currently the deepest nickel mine in Canada….Creighton Mine.

Creighton Mine Location of the mine within Ontario
Location Greater Sudbury
Province Ontario
Country Canada

How deep is Kidd Creek?

9,600 feet
Summary: Kidd Mine located in Timmins, Ontario is the deepest base metal mining operation in the world with active mining taking place at 9,600 feet and the shaft bottom is currently at 9,889 feet, more than three kilometres deep….Address:

Document Year
Other 2006

In which countries does Glencore operate?

We operate 26 mines in 21 mining complexes across Australia, Colombia and South Africa, supported by marketing offices across 19 countries.

Can copper be found in Canada?

Canada is the fifth-largest mine producer of copper in the world. Most of the copper concentrate from mines in eastern Canada is converted to copper metal (99% pure) at smelters located at Flin Flon, Man, Sudbury and Timmins, Ont, and Rouyn-Noranda and Murdochville, Qué.

What does Sudbury mine for?

Our Sudbury Operations have been in operation for more than 100 years. With five mines, a mill, a smelter, a refinery and nearly 4,000 employees it is also one of the largest integrated mining complexes in the world. Our products include nickel, copper, cobalt, platinum group metals, gold and silver.