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Precious Metals Mining in the US to 2020

Precious Metals Mining in the US to 2020

Synopsis

Timetric's 'Precious Metals Mining in the US to 2020' report comprehensively covers the country’s precious metal reserves and historic and forecast data on precious metals (gold and silver) production to 2020. The report also includes production by state, historic and forecast production by major precious metal mines, historical and forecast precious metal prices, refined precious metal consumption to 2020, demand drivers, competitive landscape, information on the active, exploration and development projects and regulations governing the industry.The fiscal regime section provides information about the country’s regulatory authority, laws, licenses and other fiscal regime information such as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to the mining of the commodity in the country. It is an essential tool for companies active across the US mining value chain, and for new competitors considering entering the industry.

Summary

The US had 3,000t, or 5.4%, of global reserves of gold and 25,000t, or 4.7%, of global reserves of silver, ranking fifth and seventh respectively according to the US Geological Survey as of January 2015. Nevada is the highest prospective region for gold mining with deposits in the Carlin Trend occurring in the form of grains while silver deposits are mainly associated with lead, zinc, copper and gold, with recent discoveries associated with gold occurrences. In 2014, the average price of gold and silver were lower by 10% and 19.7% over 2013 respectively.

Scope

The report contains an overview of the US precious (gold and silver) metals mining industry together with information on reserves, historical and forecast production to 2020 with supporting factors, historical and forecast refined metal consumption to 2020 and demand drivers. In addition, it provides information about gold production by states, precious metal production by major mines, precious metals prices, demand drivers, competitive landscape, active, exploration and development projects and the fiscal regime governing the US mining industry.

Reasons To Buy

Gain an understanding of the US precious metals mining industry, reserves, historic and forecast production and refined metal consumption, prices, demand drivers, active, exploration and development projects, the competitive landscape and the country's fiscal regime.

Key Highlights

  • The US had 3,000t, or 5.4%, of global reserves of gold and 25,000t, or 4.7%, of global reserves of silver, ranking fifth and seventh respectively according to the US Geological Survey (USGS) as of January 2015
  • Nevada is the highest prospective region for gold mining with deposits in the Carlin Trend occurring in the form of grains while silver deposits are mainly associated with lead, zinc, copper and gold, with recent discoveries associated with gold occurrences.
  • Silver has a wide range of applications in the industrial and fabrication sectors, ranging from consumer electronics to automobiles. Among these, the electrical and electronic sector is the dominant consumer.


  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • GOLD MINING IN THE US – RESERVES, PRODUCTION, AND CONSUMPTION
    • Reserves by Grade
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Gold Reserves and Grade of Active Mines*, 2014
    • Historical and Forecast Production
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Gold Mine Production (Million Ounces) vs Prices (US$/Ounce), 2000–2020
      • Production by major mines
        • Table Gold Mining in the US – Forecast Production by Major Mines (Thousand Ounces), 2010–2020
    • Total Production by State
    • Active Mines
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Active Mines, 2015
    • Exploration and Development Projects
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Exploration Projects, 2015
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Development Projects, 2015
    • Domestic Consumption
      • Table Gold Mining in the US – Gold Metal Consumption (Million Ounces), 2001–2020
    • Demand Drivers
  • SILVER MINING IN THE US – RESERVES, PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION
    • Reserves by Grade and State
    • Historical and Forecast Production
      • Table Silver Mining in the US – Silver Mine Production (Million Ounces) vs Silver Prices (US$/Ounce), 2000–2020
      • Production by major mines
        • Table Silver Mining in the US – Forecast Production by Major Mines (Million Ounces), 2011–2020
    • Active Mines
      • Table Silver Mining in the US – Active Mines, 2015
    • Exploration and Development Projects
      • Table Silver Mining in the US – Exploration Projects, 2015
      • Table Silver Mining in the US – Development Projects, 2015
    • Domestic Consumption
      • Table Silver Mining in the US – Silver Metal Consumption (Million Ounces), 2000–2020
    • Demand Drivers
      • Demand from the domestic end-use sector
  • COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
    • Newmont Mining Corporation
      • Table Precious Metals Mining in the US – Newmont Mining Corporation, Major Projects, 2015
    • Barrick Gold Corporation
      • Table Precious Metals Mining in the US – Barrick Gold Corporation, Major Projects, 2015
    • Scorpio Mining Corporation
      • Table Precious Metals Mining in the US – U.S. Silver & Gold Inc, Major Projects, 2015
  • FISCAL REGIME
    • The US Mining Industry – Governing Bodies
      • Federal
      • State
    • The US Mining Industry – Governing Laws
      • Federal laws
      • State laws
    • The US Mining Industry – Mining Ownership, Licenses
      • Coal mining lease
      • Exploratory license
      • State permits
    • The US Mining Industry – Rights and Obligations
      • Rights
      • Obligations
    • The US Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms
      • Bonus
      • Rentals
      • Federal reclamation fee
      • Occupation tax
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Minnesota Occupation Tax Rates (%), 2014
      • Royalty
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Coal Royalty Rates (%), 2014
      • Mining claim fees
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Mining Claim Fees (US$), 2014
      • State fee
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Tennessee Mining Fees (US$), 2014
      • State mineral resources severance tax and fees
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Alaska Mining Tax on Net Income (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Montana Coal Severance Tax (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Nevada Mineral Resources, Net Proceeds Tax Rates (%), 2014
      • State real property tax
      • Corporate taxes
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – State Federal Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Alaska State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Arkansas State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Kentucky State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Louisiana State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Mississippi State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – New Mexico State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – North Dakota State Corporate Income Tax Rates (%), 2014
      • Alternative minimum tax
      • Capital gains tax
      • Deductions and allowances
        • Table The Mining Industry in the US – Percentage Mineral Depletion Rates (%), 2014
      • Depreciation
      • Branch profit tax
      • Withholding tax
      • Loss carry forward
      • Value added tax (VAT)
  • APPENDIX
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