Searching for Copper in the Americas with a Focus on the Western United States

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Why Copper?

"Copper is the New Oil"

According to Goldman Sachs

 

By 2025, the metals could be priced at $15,000 a tonne, a rise of 66%. (current copper price is $9,300 per tonne) Goldman said in a report titled “Copper is the new Oil”

The report also drills down into three drivers of green copper demand: electric vehicles (EVs); solar power and wind power. The bank estimates that 5.1 million EVs likely will be sold in 2021, rising to 31.51 million EVs in the year 2030. It also forecasts that 30 million charging units will be installed in 2030.

Does copper kill germs? Yes, it's effective against COVID-19 within 4 hours

In an article on the website the Insider, "Copper has antimicrobial properties, meaning it can kill microorganisms like bacteria and viruses. However, the microorganism has to come in contact with the copper in order for it to be killed. This is referred to as "contact killing."

According to Edward Bilsky, Ph.D., Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, copper can kill germs in a few ways:

  • It disrupts bacterial cell membranes — copper ions damage cell membranes or "envelopes" and can destroy the DNA or RNA of the microbe

  • It generates oxidative stress on bacterial cells and creates hydrogen peroxide that can kill the cell

  • It interferes with proteins that operate important functions that keep bacterial cells alive

"Copper Makes the World work Better"

The benefits of copper range widely; from renewable energy and energy access to climate-change mitigation and adaptation, many of the global trends driving the sustainable-development agenda rely on copper and its unique properties.

Why Copper?

 
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Why Copper?

"Copper is the New Oil"

According to Goldman Sachs

 

By 2025, the metals could be priced at $15,000 a tonne (U$6.80 per pound), a rise of 66%. (current copper price is $9,300 per tonne (U$4.24 per pound)) Goldman said in a report titled “Copper is the new Oil”

The report also drills down into three drivers of green copper demand: electric vehicles (EVs); solar power and wind power. The bank estimates that 5.1 million EVs likely will be sold in 2021, rising to 31.51 million EVs in the year 2030. It also forecasts that 30 million charging units will be installed in 2030.

A rising tide of electrification, as many countries seek to lower their emissions through developing new technologies, promises robust demand for years to come. Global copper production would need to rise by between 3% and 6% per annum by 2030 for countries to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to a Sept. 14 Bernstein Research note. 

Does copper kill germs? Yes, it's effective against COVID-19 within 4 hours

In an article on the website the Insider, "Copper has antimicrobial properties, meaning it can kill microorganisms like bacteria and viruses. However, the microorganism has to come in contact with the copper in order for it to be killed. This is referred to as "contact killing."

According to Edward Bilsky, Ph.D., Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, copper can kill germs in a few ways:

  • It disrupts bacterial cell membranes — copper ions damage cell membranes or "envelopes" and can destroy the DNA or RNA of the microbe

  • It generates oxidative stress on bacterial cells and creates hydrogen peroxide that can kill the cell

  • It interferes with proteins that operate important functions that keep bacterial cells alive

"Copper Makes the World work Better"

The benefits of copper range widely; from renewable energy and energy access to climate-change mitigation and adaptation, many of the global trends driving the sustainable-development agenda rely on copper and its unique properties.

A greener, healthier and more sustainable future relies on the use of copper.

Natalie Scott-Gray, a senior metals analyst at StoneX, forecasts copper demand in 2021 will rise by about 5% year-on-year, outstripping supply, which she expects to grow by 2.3% year-on-year.

 

If her predictions come true, that means the global copper supply will move from a small surplus in 2020 to a potential deficit of more than 200,000 tonnes of copper this year. “We do not foresee a recovery in global supply this year, with Chinese markets more or less balancing out,” she said in an interview.   

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Copper Prices Continue to Rise?

Copper Demand Continues to increase?

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ABOUT

From exploration, building of processing plants, to assessing and raising hundreds of millions of dollars for mining projects, Copper Bullet Mines has access to some of the top mining professionals in the world.

Copper Bullet Mines has identified a number of copper projects in the Americas, with a focus on the United States.  Stay tuned as we complete our Due Diligence.

 

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Combined Years of Experience the team has in the Mining Industry

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Processing Plants the team has built

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Countries the team have worked it

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Mining Projects Assessed

Chairman – Daryl Hodges – P.Geo - Chairman

Daryl has 19 years mining industry, 17 years investment banking, 8 years advisory experience.  His efforts include gold and copper-zinc discoveries, international work in Russia, FennoScandia and SE Asia.  Daryl entered the investment banking industry ultimately taking on a leadership role as Chairman and CEO of Jennings Capital Inc. which was involved in over $4 billion of mining transactions globally.

Daniel Weir – CEO – Co-Founder - Director

Mr. Weir spent the past 5 years working in Africa, developing a graphite project. Dan has worked for over 20 years at some of the top financial firms in Canada. He worked as an Institutional Equity Trader, and as a broker.  He managed over $500 million of client money.   Before working in Africa in November 2014, he was the Head of Institutional Sales at a boutique firm focused on financing Mining companies.  Having raised billions of dollars, both publicly and privately, Mr. Weir has expertise at evaluating and financing mining deals.  He has sat on boards of potash, and copper-zinc mining companies.

Doug Harris – CPA - Director

Doug is a CA, CPA, CBV and MBA  (Rotman) who has over 20 years  of experience with audit, buy side,  sell side and advisory experience  participating in over $2 billion of  transactions. Doug has served as a director of several public companies, chairing audit and independent committees, and provides advisory and CFO services through his company Harris Capital Corporation.

Tony Warner – PhD – Metallurgical Engineering - Advisor

John Carter- Engineer – Mining Process Expert – Co-Founder – Advisor

Mr. Carter is a mining executive with over 40 years of experience with an expertise in mineral processing. John is currently the CEO of Silver Bullet Mines, building silver mines in the Globe Miami area.  He has built of 250 processing plants around the world.

 

Keith Minty – Mining Engineer – Advisor

Mr. Minty, has more than 30 years of professional experience in mineral resource exploration and development of precious and base metals and industrial minerals in Canada and internationally. He has been directly involved in increasing mineral resource project’s value through resource development, constructing, operating and managing gold and platinum group metal projects

 

Herb Deurr – Geologist – Advisor

With over 35 years of experience in base and precious metal mineral exploration, he has been involved in major mineral discoveries in North America and the Caribbean including The Alligator Ridge deposit in Nevada, the Montana Tunnels in Montana and most recently has worked on the Cala Abajo project in Puerto Rico.

Rich Warner – Engineer – Advisor

Mr. Warner is the Head of Capital Allocation for Nyrstar, a global Zinc Mining Company, based in Zurich since 2018. Richard has 20 years of experience in the mining sector with significant experience designing and constructing mining projects in multiple countries across six continents. In his current role, Richard thoroughly assesses competing investment opportunities in terms of growth potential and risk. He provides technical leadership to the site based capital project teams on scope definition, execution plan development and operational readiness. Throughout his career he has worked at Accenture, SNC-Lavalin, WorleyParsons and Vale.

 

Copper Bullet Mines has Identified Copper assets in the Americas, and will Focus on the Western USA

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Nevada, Arizona, Idaho and New Mexico ( Western United States are very Attractive for investments)

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Leading copper-producing mines in the U.S. in 2018, in order of output:

The mines on this list account for more than 99% of U.S. mine copper production

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Copper Bullet Mines has boots on the ground in New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada, and has been assessing projects in these areas.

 
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CONTACT

Inquiries

For any inquiries, questions or recommendations, or investment opportunities.

Please call: +1-416-720-0754 or fill out the following form

Head Office

129 Pinewood Trail

Mississauga,  Ontario, Canada 

L5G 2L2

 

DanWeir@BulletMines.com

Tel: +1-416-720-0754

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Employment

To apply for a job with Copper Bullet Mines, please send a cover letter together with your C.V. to: danweir@bulletmines.com

Contact: +1-416-720-0754