Brazil Procurement News Notice - 51457

Procurement News Notice

PNN 51457
Work Detail Construction work on Brazil’s Tucuma copper project reaches 70% At its Tucuma copper project in the Brazilian state of Para, Canadian copper producer Ero Copper has completed 70% of the project. Work on the project, which began last year, has cost the copper producing company close to $305 million. According to the company, all of the project’s engineering activities are moving smoothly. Additionally, procurement and construction (EPC) activities are also ongoing. This is in order for copper production to begin in the second half of the coming year. Mine pre-stripping, along with other related activities, is advanced. The completion of all ground works, including run of mine stock piles, site drainage, and the water storage reservoir, is also done. About 65% of the project’s concrete construction, or all of the project’s crucial foundations, had been carried out. Key processing pieces, including flotation cells, vibrating screen decks, secondary and tertiary crushers, ball mills, as well as primary crushers, have been delivered to the site. Ezoic According to the company, its installation is either completed or in progress. The site has been fitted with power equipment, such as a primary e-room and main substation. They are now installing about 16 KM of new power lines. In the last quarter of this year, it is expected to be connected to the national grid. Platework, plumbing, as well as electrical cabling are among the other works that have started ahead of schedule. 1,750 employees and party contractors have been working on all of these tasks.
Country Brazil , South America
Industry Energy & Power
Entry Date 25 Oct 2023

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