Monthly Mineral Production Report HARH/3337 MSCS

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Monthly Mineral Production Report HARH/3337 MSCS

Postby Yulodion E'nothwocep » Mon Nov 13, 2017 6:27 pm

Note: All values are after processing/basic refinement.

Month: Harvesthigh
Year: 3337 MSCS
Report Author: James Smith, Interim Resource Planning Coordinator*

DIstrict-Wide Totals:

Gold 0.001 tonnes
Silver 0.001 tonnes
Lead 0.048 tonnes
Copper 0.003 tonnes
Crude Oil 5890 barrels
Natural Gas 305,000 therms

Summary:

In anticipation of the possibility of swings in the production of gold and silver outside Vosenuvitia, production of these two minerals has been reduced for an indefinite time period in order to conserve supply. Production of lead has been increased in anticipation of possible increased demand. Production of copper has been reduced significantly due to decreased demand. Production of crude oil and natural gas has been nearly doubled as a part of the ongoing plan to ramp up production in those areas. These levels of production will be acceptable for an indefinite time frame, with significant variation allowable for storms and other unforeseen events.

Section Break-down:

Eastern Section

Gold 0 tonnes
Silver 0 tonnes
Lead 0.015 tonnes
Copper 0.000 tonnes
Crude Oil 2950 barrels
Natural Gas 153,000 therms

Central Section

Gold 0.001 tonnes
Silver 0.003 tonnes
Lead 0.018 tonnes
Copper 0.003 tonnes
Crude Oil 0 barrels
Natural Gas 0 therms

Western Section

Gold 0.001 tonnes
Silver 0.002 tonnes
Lead 0.014 tonnes
Copper 0.000 tonnes
Crude Oil 2940 barrels
Natural Gas 152,000 therms


* Data prepared by James Smith, Interim Resource Planning Coordinator. Mr Smith is a Honours graduate of Willowshire Mining and Technical Institute, Class of '03. Charles James Wigginhouse, Jr. has retired.
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