Data is the basis of all effective analysis and consultants use our data to provide a wide range of reports to their clients. Mining Atlas also offers bespoke research to consultants when a particular dataset is required that is not currently tracked by our researchers.
For effective sales and marketing strategies to be developed for the Mining Industry, suppliers need information to help focus their efforts on the most attractive projects, while also increasing their understanding of current and potential clients in the industry.
More than providing the data for financial evaluations of operations and projects, Mining Atlas provides investors with the context and bigger picture needed to identify risks and opportunities to investment in the mining industry.
The landscape of the mining industry is ever-changing and companies in the industry need to understand these changes to take advantage of opportunities for acquisition or divestment, for growth and for re-focusing on core assets.
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Coverage of over 3200 companies active in the mining industry, including ownership and basic company information.
Comprehensive data on over 13,000 Mines and Projects, including status, production, operation type, capex, resources/reserves, life-of-mine, among others.
Using simple filters, select the range of mines and projects relevant to your business and download the data to Excel or PDF.
Please login at www.Mining-Atlas.com and purchase credits from your dashboard.
Credits Per Month: 25
Max markers on map: 20
Credits Per Month: 200
Max markers on map: 50
Credits Per Month: 400
Max markers on map: 200
Please login at www.Mining-Atlas.com and purchase subscriptions from your dashboard.
Pinpoint location accuracy for all operations and projects
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This view shows the mining method and equipment used for this open-pit operation.
Please go to Kansanshi Copper-Gold Mine to view this operation in detail.
Mining Atlas is used by a range of professionals in the mining industry who require information to make business decisions.
Mining Atlas has an extensive database of mines, projects and companies that it provides access to through its online portal. Access to basic locations and information is free while access to data and certain functions requires credits.
The map is provided by Google through its Google Maps API, upon which Mining Atlas adds mining related locations. The availability and accuracy of the map and images are not guaranteed and are dependent on Google for updates.
Registration gives you basic access to Mining Atlas and 20 free credits (worth £ 18). For users who will only need a small amount of data, this will suffice.
For users who are actively using data, more credits can be purchased as needed or one could opt to purchase an annual subscription.
One credit allows either:
1 data set is all the available data for a single operation, project or company. The available data will of course vary from project to project, operation to operation.
Credits can be purchased once off or as a monthly allocation when purchasing a subscription.
Please login to Mining Atlas, go to your dashboard and select your credit or subscription option from there. Payment can be made online or via EFT
Our database covers the following aspects:
We also cover information on companies:
PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide GPS coordinates for operations and projects, except by special request. Please use the contact form below for your request.
Our research team is constantly updating our database. We utilize company websites, conference presentations, technical reports and news sources to provide data where it is available. The frequency with which we update items depends on their category, for example, projects in feasibility phase are updated more often than those still in early exploration.
Our main advantage versus competitors is our accurate location information. This enables us to use satellite images to confirm the data as well as avoid duplication, since it is not possible to have two mines or projects at exactly the same location.
The satellite images are provided by Google through the Google Maps API. The service provides images based on availability, which is in general an ad-hoc process.
Certain regions may have their satellite images updated as often as every 3 to 6 months, some every 2 years and some never. The result is that the accuracy of satellite images will vary from region to region.
We are constantly improving the Mining Atlas service with a view to be the best resource for Mining industry data. If you have any suggestions on features that you require for your business, please use the contact form below and send us a message.
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