Colin Bird, chief executive of () says, while there is an oversupply in the copper market at the moment, there is “a massive opportunity now to find tomorrow’s copper”.
He adds that by “tomorrow’s copper”, he means making a discovery in 2017 or 2018, with his strategy to either sell the discovery on, or develop it, which typically takes around eight years.
Currently, the company is working on its Concordia site in South Africa, and Bird says the development “has the potential to be one of the big four pits in the world”.
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