• Mining legacy processes setting the industry behind in

    Mining operations add up to an additional 0.16 GJ/t of shipped ore giving a total site energy intensity of 0.3 GJ/t of shipped ore. Mining Energy Consumption 2021 report. (Image courtesy of Engeco

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  • Productivity in mining operations Reversing the downward

    2015-5-1 · Worldwide mining operations are as much as 28 percent less productive today than a decade ago according to new McKinsey research. The results from McKinsey s new MineLens Productivity Index (MPI) which adjusts for declining ore grades and mine cost inflation show that the pronounced decline in productivity is evident across different commodities and is seen in most mining players and

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  • Quantification of energy and carbon costs for mining

    2018-11-5 · Energy consumption for the mining of PGMs ranged from 29–241 GJ kg −1 PGM with an average 33 of 141 GJ kg −1 PGM as shown in Supplementary Table 7.

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  • Productivity in mining operations Reversing the downward

    2015-5-1 · Worldwide mining operations are as much as 28 percent less productive today than a decade ago according to new McKinsey research. The results from McKinsey s new MineLens Productivity Index (MPI) which adjusts for declining ore grades and mine cost inflation show that the pronounced decline in productivity is evident across different commodities and is seen in most mining players and

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  • O4. Greenhouse gas intensityOECD

    2021-6-12 · This indicator represents the GHG intensity of the facility including production processes and overhead (energy-related emissions and. business travel). The GHG emissions associated with the production of input materials and the logistics (shipping of inputs and finished products as well as staff commuting) can also be counted by extending the

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  • O4. Greenhouse gas intensityOECD

    2021-6-12 · This indicator represents the GHG intensity of the facility including production processes and overhead (energy-related emissions and. business travel). The GHG emissions associated with the production of input materials and the logistics (shipping of inputs and finished products as well as staff commuting) can also be counted by extending the

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  • Benchmarking comminution energy consumption for the

    2014-10-15 · 36 of mining energy was found to be consumed by comminution equipment. • Comminuting Au and Cu ores requires 0.2 global and 1.3 Australian electricity. • A graphical format has been developed to rank comminution energy intensity. • The top third of consumers are responsible for 80 of the total consumption. •

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  • Introduction of Benchmarks under the Energy Law in Japan

    2019-4-26 · Why Sectoral Benchmarks 1. The more energy efficiency is improved the more difficult it is to continue to reduce 1 or more of energy intensity. To ensure fairness in evaluating companies energy saving efforts Benchmarks have become necessary. 2.

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  • U.S. Aluminum Production Energy Requirements

    2020-2-5 · The U.S. aluminum industry has reduced its energy intensity by 58 over the past forty years 21 as a result of technical progress and 37 with the growth of recycling. Recycling with its inherently low energy intensity and strong growth (4.3 annually) rate will continue to contribute to the lowering of the total energy demand of the industry.

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  • (PDF) Greenhouse Gases and Energy Intensity of Granite

    This paper is aimed to systematically assess greenhouse gases (GHGs) and energy intensity of the granite rock mining operations in Thailand and also identify a range of feasible options to

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  • Fact sheet Energy use in the steel industry

    2021-4-29 · • Energy is also consumed indirectly for the mining preparation and transportation of raw materials. In the blast furnace-basic oxygen furnace (BF-BOF) route this accounts for about 9 of the total energy required to produce the steel including raw material extraction and steel production processes. In the electric arc furnace

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  • Digitalisation setting new benchmarks in mine productivity

    2016-11-2 · Leading mining companies all over the world rely on state-of-the-art automation energy and drilling systems to increase mining intensity with reduced personnel and energy costs. Some of them are able to achieve energy savings of 10 to 40 through renewable energy installations innovative energy technologies and highly automated mining

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  • Industrial sector energy consumption

    2016-6-3 · for approximately 40 of total OECD delivered energy use from 2012 to 2040. In the non-OECD industrial sector the share of delivered energy use declines from 64 in 2012 to 59 in 2040 as many emerging non-OECD economies move away from energy-intensive manufacturing while energy use grows more rapidly in all other end-use sectors. 294

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  • ENERGY EFFICIENCY OPPORTUNITIES

    2018-9-5 · ENERGY MASS BALANCE MINING 5 1 INTRODUCTION Mining consumed 450 PJ of energy in 2007–08 or 11 of national energy end use. Energy consumption and intensity in mining is rising at around 6 annually due to deeper and lower grade ores and greater liquefied natural gas production.1 Mining operations use energy in a variety of ways including

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  • Fluid situationMIning Decisions

    Coarsening the grind size dramatically reduces the energy required to grind ore as well as the required water intensity (the amount of water used per unit of ore mined). Where CPF is combined with dry disposal technology we are targeting a reduction in water intensity of more than 50 says Kotze.

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  • O4. Greenhouse gas intensityOECD

    2021-6-12 · This indicator represents the GHG intensity of the facility including production processes and overhead (energy-related emissions and. business travel). The GHG emissions associated with the production of input materials and the logistics (shipping of inputs and finished products as well as staff commuting) can also be counted by extending the

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  • Industrial sector energy consumption

    2016-6-3 · for approximately 40 of total OECD delivered energy use from 2012 to 2040. In the non-OECD industrial sector the share of delivered energy use declines from 64 in 2012 to 59 in 2040 as many emerging non-OECD economies move away from energy-intensive manufacturing while energy use grows more rapidly in all other end-use sectors. 294

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  • Energy Intensity Reduction in the Mining Industry

    2015-9-16 · Energy Intensity Reduction in the Mining Industry Key Energy Challenges for the Mining Industry Deeper mines Increasing remoteness of operations Rising energy prices Processes of improvement Introduce advanced equipment Analysis about s 1 116 energy

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  • ENERGY EFFICIENCY OPPORTUNITIES

    2018-9-5 · ENERGY MASS BALANCE MINING 5 1 INTRODUCTION Mining consumed 450 PJ of energy in 2007–08 or 11 of national energy end use. Energy consumption and intensity in mining is rising at around 6 annually due to deeper and lower grade ores and greater liquefied natural gas production.1 Mining operations use energy in a variety of ways including

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  • O4. Greenhouse gas intensityOECD

    2021-6-12 · This indicator represents the GHG intensity of the facility including production processes and overhead (energy-related emissions and. business travel). The GHG emissions associated with the production of input materials and the logistics (shipping of inputs and finished products as well as staff commuting) can also be counted by extending the

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  • Introduction of Benchmarks under the Energy Law in Japan

    2019-4-26 · Why Sectoral Benchmarks 1. The more energy efficiency is improved the more difficult it is to continue to reduce 1 or more of energy intensity. To ensure fairness in evaluating companies energy saving efforts Benchmarks have become necessary. 2.

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  • RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE AUSTRALIAN MINING

    Mining energy intensitythe energy required per tonne of productis a function of definitions3 location mining type and processing type. Average energy intensity is estimated at 50.5kWh/tonne for coal 10.7kWh/ tonne for minerals and 54.5kWh/tonne for metals with the majority consumed in diesel equipment and comminution operations4

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  • Productivity in mining operations Reversing the downward

    2015-5-1 · Worldwide mining operations are as much as 28 percent less productive today than a decade ago according to new McKinsey research. The results from McKinsey s new MineLens Productivity Index (MPI) which adjusts for declining ore grades and mine cost inflation show that the pronounced decline in productivity is evident across different commodities and is seen in most mining players and

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  • Quantification of energy and carbon costs for mining

    2018-11-5 · Energy consumption for the mining of PGMs ranged from 29–241 GJ kg −1 PGM with an average 33 of 141 GJ kg −1 PGM as shown in Supplementary Table 7.

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  • Digitalisation setting new benchmarks in mine productivity

    2016-11-2 · Leading mining companies all over the world rely on state-of-the-art automation energy and drilling systems to increase mining intensity with reduced personnel and energy costs. Some of them are able to achieve energy savings of 10 to 40 through renewable energy installations innovative energy technologies and highly automated mining

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  • CALIFORNIA S CEMENT INDUSTRY

    benchmarks the energy use and CO second highest electricity intensity (kWh/t cement) and fuel intensity (GJ/t clinker) among 14 countries/regions studied. The electricity and fuel intensity of California s cement industry in production processes. Mining and Quarrying The most common raw material used for cement production is limestone

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  • O4. Greenhouse gas intensityOECD

    2021-6-12 · This indicator represents the GHG intensity of the facility including production processes and overhead (energy-related emissions and. business travel). The GHG emissions associated with the production of input materials and the logistics (shipping of inputs and finished products as well as staff commuting) can also be counted by extending the

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