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Taseko takes up BC power offer

Taseko Mines has signed an agreement with the British Columbia government to defer up to 75% of power costs related to operating its Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine in the province.

The Gibraltar mine produced 64,036 tonnes of copper in 2015

The Gibraltar mine produced 64,036 tonnes of copper in 2015

The deal, which will be backdated from March 1, follows an announcement by the BC government in February to allow qualifying companies to temporarily defer up to three quarters of their hydroelectricity...

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