Although the exact numbers vary, most credible forecasters believe copper is headed for a substantial supply deficit by the end of this decade. This is due in part to a lack of prior investment in projects and delays to existing plans, but part of the blame must also go to events that have scared off investors in key jurisdictions - beginning with, but not limited to, the world's largest producer Chile.
In our 2023 Copper Outlook, we take a deep dive into the supply-demand picture and review the project pipeline for the coming years.
Inside this report:
- The potential catalysts that could provide a tipping point for the next copper bull run
- The jurisdictions to watch in a strong copper environment
- A spotlight on promising development and exploration-stage companies