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Nickel Mining For Pujada Nickel Mine, Philippines

April 8, 2023 nflg 0 Comments

We have done the provision of complete nickel processing plant, including nickel crushers , nickel screening plant, and nickel grinding plant and so on.

Nickel mining Project Key Data

Location:Davao Oriental, Mindanao, Philippines Client:BHP Billiton Scope:Nickel mining dressing plant solution design, nickel crushers and nickel grinding mills provision, screening plant installation and after-sale maintenance services Date:2009

Nickel Mining Project Brief Introduction

Philippines is rich in nickel, with an estimated 1 100 000 000t of nickel several years ago. NFLG has supported nickel mining with our nickel processing equipments in the Pujada Nickel mining project in 2009.

The Pujada nickel mine is located in Davao Oriental, Mindanao, Philippines. Owned by BHP Billiton in partnership with Queensland Nickel, the mine crated around 2,700 jobs for the local.

Nickel Mining Project In Philippines

We have supplied with a complete nickel processing plant, including nickel crushers, nickel screening plant, and nickel grinding plant and so on. Apart from nickel processing equipments, we also have offered optimized nickel processing solutions which are designed by our experienced engineers of nickel mining.

NFLG has designed this 500-600 TPH stone crushing plant on the base of its 30 years’ experience in manufacturing mining and construction equipments. It is suitable for crushing bulk materials at fixed open-bit quarries or mines. This type of plant is equipped with a jaw crusher for primary crushing and two cone crushers for secondary crushing. Accordingly, you will need two vibrating screens after the two cone crushers for product separation. the output size is 0-8mm, 8-15mm,and 15-26mm.

The Philippines mining and quarrying

The mining and quarrying sector continued to decline in importance, accounting for 1% of GDP in 2000 and employing1.5% of the labor force. Production for much of the last quarter of the 20th century was slowed by political instability, declining foreign investment, low international prices, high operation and production costs, labor problems, an inadequate mining law, and natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, tsunamis, typhoons, floods, and drought. Nevertheless, the Philippines ranked second in the Asia-Pacific region, after Indonesia, in terms of mineral prospectivity and resources. Mining for metals accounted for 44% of the industry’s production value and nearly 100% of mineral export earnings; Japan was the primary market, copper and gold were the principal commodities, and the mining industry generated $1 billion in 2000. The Philippines reportedly had the world’s largest source of refractory chromite, from Masinloc, and substantial resources of copper, gold, nickel, and silver. The production of chemicals and petroleum refining were leading industries in 2002.

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