ANGLO AMERICAN PLC (LON:AAL) Anglo American Q2 Production Report 2017

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Anglo American Q2 Production Report 2017

Released 07:00 20-Jul-2017

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20 July 2017

 

Anglo American plc

Production Report for the second quarter ended 30 June 2017

 

Anglo American reports an 8% increase in copper equivalent production in the second quarter of 2017, compared to the same period of 2016. For the half year as a whole, copper equivalent production increased by 9%.

 

Mark Cutifani, Anglo American Chief Executive, said: "We have delivered another strong production quarter across most of our businesses. Through the improvements we have made to our portfolio and the efficiencies we are driving, we continue to unlock the potential of our world class assets. The production ramps at Gahcho Kué, Minas-Rio and Grosvenor are also contributing to these ongoing positive performance trends. We have increased the full year production guidance for Kumba Iron Ore and are on track to deliver full year guidance across the rest of our products."

 

 

Highlights

 

·      At De Beers, the ramp-up of Gahcho Kué and stable trading conditions supported a 36% increase in rough diamond production.

·      Copper production, while broadly unchanged, was impacted by the temporary mine stoppage at El Soldado, partially offset by higher production at Los Bronces.

·      Platinum's Mogalakwena mine production increased by 15% due to higher grades and increased throughput.

·      Iron ore volumes from Sishen increased by 38% due to operational improvements.

·      Metallurgical coal production from Australia was impacted by Cyclone Debbie, two longwall moves in Q2 and the ongoing geological issues at Grosvenor; improvements are expected in H2.

 

 

Production Summary

 

 

Q2 2017

Q2 2016

% vs. Q2 2016

H1 2017

H1 2016

% vs. H1 2016

Diamonds (Mct)(1)

8.7

6.4

36%

16.1

13.3

21%

Copper (t)(2)(3)

140,800

144,200

(2)%

283,400

290,700

(3)%

Platinum (produced ounces) (koz)(4)

617

586

5%

1,189

1,153

3%

Iron ore - Kumba (Mt)

11.4

8.9

28%

21.9

17.8

23%

Iron ore - Minas-Rio (Mt)(5)

4.3

3.5

24%

8.7

6.8

27%

Export metallurgical coal (Mt)

4.0

4.9

(19)%

9.2

9.0

2%

Export thermal coal (Mt)(6)

6.5

6.8

(4)%

13.4

13.2

1%

Nickel (t)(7)

11,300

11,100

2%

21,200

22,300

(5)%

 

 (1) De Beers production on 100% basis except the Gahcho Kué joint venture which is on an attributable 51% basis; (2) Copper production from the Copper business unit; (3) Copper production shown on a contained metal basis; (4) Reflects own mine production and purchases of metal in concentrate; (5) Wet basis; (6) Export thermal coal includes export primary production from South Africa and Colombia, and excludes secondary South African production that may be sold into either the export or domestic markets; (7) Nickel production from the Nickel business unit; (8) Copper equivalent production is normalised for, Kimberley, Niobium & Phosphates, Foxleigh and Callide, and to reflect Snap Lake being placed on care and maintenance, and the closure of Drayton.

 DE BEERS

 

Diamonds(1)

Q2

 2017

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

Q1

2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.  

H1 2016

Debswana

000 carats

5,933

5,184

14%

5,191

14%

11,124

10,512

6%

Namdeb Holdings

000 carats

391

296

32%

472

(17)%

863

740

17%

DBCM

000 carats

1,405

821

71%

1,106

27%

2,511

1,753

43%

De Beers Canada

000 carats

1,013

147

nm

631

61%

1,644

309

nm

Total carats recovered

000 carats

8,742

6,448

36%

7,400

18%

16,142

13,314

21%

 

De Beers - Rough diamond production increased by 36% to 8.7 million carats in line with the higher production forecast for 2017, reflecting stable trading conditions as well as the contribution from the ramp-up of Gahcho Kué in Canada.

 

Debswana (Botswana) production increased by 14% to 5.9 million carats. Orapa's production increased by 44% driven by the ramp-up of Plant 1 which was previously on partial care and maintenance in response to trading conditions in late 2015. This was marginally offset by Jwaneng where production decreased by 3%.

 

Namdeb Holdings (Namibia) production increased by 32% to 0.4 million carats as a result of Debmarine Namibia's Mafuta vessel being on planned extended in-port maintenance in Q2 2016.

 

DBCM (South Africa) production increased by 71% to 1.4 million carats largely as a result of higher grades at Venetia.

 

Production in Canada increased almost six-fold to 1.0 million carats due to the ramp-up of Gahcho Kué to nameplate capacity.

 

Consolidated rough diamond sales volumes(2) in Q2 2017 were 5.4 million carats (5.9 million carats on a total 100% basis) from two Sights, compared with 9.6 million carats (10.2 million carats on a total 100% basis) from three Sights in Q2 2016. Apart from the additional Sight in Q2 2016, the decrease was expected given the strong levels of midstream restocking in H1 2016.

 

For H1 2017, consolidated sales volumes(2) were 19.1 million carats (20.0 million carats on a total 100% basis), compared with 17.2 million carats (18.3 million carats on a total 100% basis) in H1 2016.

 

The average realised price of $156/ct in H1 2017 was 12% lower than in H1 2016. This reflected strong demand in Sight 1 2017 for lower value goods held in stock at 31 December 2016, following a recovery from the initial impact of India's demonetisation programme in late 2016.  The lower value mix was partially offset by a higher average rough price index, up 4%.

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance(1) remains unchanged at 31-33 million carats, subject to trading conditions.

 

 

(1)    De Beers production is on a 100% basis, except for the Gahcho Kué joint venture which is on an attributable 51% basis.

(2)    Consolidated sales volume excludes De Beers' JV partners' 50% proportionate share of sales to entities outside the De Beers Group of Companies from the Diamond Trading Company Botswana and the Namibia Diamond Trading Company, and includes pre-commercial production sales volumes from Gahcho Kué.

 

 

 

De Beers

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

H1 2017

H1 2016

H1 2017

vs.

H1 2016

Carats recovered

(000 carats)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100% basis

(unless otherwise stated)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orapa

2,918

2,106

2,366

1,536

2,028

39%

44%

5,024

4,029

25%

Letlhakane

102

130

135

176

159

(22)%

(36)%

232

284

(18)%

Jwaneng

2,913

2,955

2,939

2,837

2,997

(1)%

(3)%

5,868

6,199

(5)%

Debswana

5,933

5,191

5,440

4,549

5,184

14%

14%

11,124

10,512

6%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Namdeb

72

94

118

120

94

(23)%

(23)%

166

166

-

Debmarine Namibia

319

378

310

285

202

(16)%

58%

697

574

21%

Namdeb Holdings

391

472

428

405

296

(17)%

32%

863

740

17%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kimberley(1)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

68

(100)%

Venetia

1,239

939

1,218

898

695

32%

78%

2,178

1,401

55%

Voorspoed

166

167

169

196

126

(1)%

32%

333

284

17%

DBCM

1,405

1,106

1,387

1,094

821

27%

71%

2,511

1,753

43%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snap Lake(1)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

(100)%

Victor

182

189

148

142

147

(4)%

24%

371

306

21%

Gahcho Kué

(51% basis)

831

442

349

83

-

88%

-

1,273

-

-

De Beers Canada

1,013

631

497

225

147

61%

589%

1,644

309

432%

Total carats recovered

  8,742

  7,400

  7,752

  6,273

 6,448

18%

36%

 16,142

 13,314

21%

Sales volumes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total sales volume        

(100%) (Mct)(2)

5.9

14.1

8.0

5.7

10.2

(58)%

(42)%

20.0

18.3

9%

Consolidated sales volume (Mct)(2)(3)

5.4

13.7

7.5

5.3

9.6

(61)%

(44)%

19.1

17.2

11%

Number of Sights
(sales cycles)

2

3

3

2

3

 

 

5

5

 

 

(1)     Snap Lake was placed on care and maintenance from December 2015. Kimberley mines was sold in January 2016.

(2)     Consolidated sales volumes exclude De Beers' JV partners' 50% proportionate share of sales to entities outside the De Beers Group of Companies from the Diamond Trading Company Botswana and the Namibia Diamond Trading Company, which are included in total sales volume.

(3)     Consolidated sales volume includes pre-commercial production sales volumes from Gahcho Kué. Excluding Gahcho Kué's capitalised pre-commercial production sales volumes results in a consolidated sales volume of 18.4Mct for H1 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

COPPER

 

Copper(1)

Q2

 2017

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

Q1

2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.  

H1 2016

Los Bronces

t

79,000

75,600

4%

75,800

4%

154,800

160,800

(4)%

Collahuasi (44% share)

t

51,000

56,200

(9)%

57,700

(12)%

108,700

107,300

1%

El Soldado

t

10,800

12,400

(13)%

9,100

19%

19,900

22,600

(12)%

t

140,800

144,200

(2)%

142,600

(1)%

283,400

290,700

(3)%

 

(1)       Copper production shown on a contained metal basis.

 

Copper production decreased by 2% to 140,800 tonnes.

 

Production from Los Bronces increased by 4% to 79,000 tonnes. Production benefited from higher ore grades (0.70% vs. 0.62%) and strong plant performance, partly offset by an expected increase in ore hardness.

 

At Collahuasi, attributable production decreased by 9% to 51,000 tonnes. Higher ore grades were offset by lower throughput driven by the planned electrical overhaul of Line 1 of the processing plant, lasting 65 days and successfully completed in June.

 

El Soldado production decreased by 13% to 10,800 tonnes, reflecting the temporary suspension of mine operations from 18 February, which restarted on 28 April following approval of the updated mine plan. Production during the mine stoppage was sustained by feeding low-grade stockpile material to the plant, however the delay in receiving the mine plan permit resulted in ~6,000 tonnes of lost production in H1 2017 (of which ~3,000 tonnes were in Q2 2017).

 

Sales volumes in H1 2017 were impacted by temporary port closures in Chile due to poor weather conditions and heavy tidal swells limiting vessel availability, as well as by higher arsenic content in copper concentrate from Collahuasi which restricted sales into China. At the end of H1 2017, Anglo American had 105,000 tonnes of copper provisionally priced at 269c/lb.

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance remains unchanged at 570,000 - 600,000 tonnes. 
 

Copper (tonnes) on a contained metal basis unless stated otherwise(1)

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.

H1 2016

Collahuasi 100% basis

(Anglo American share 44%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ore mined

14,984,100

13,803,300

20,335,200

17,131,800

15,277,400

9%

(2)%

28,787,400

30,135,600

(4)%

Ore processed - Sulphide

10,807,100

12,336,400

12,302,700

12,522,100

12,479,200

(12)%

(13)%

23,143,500

24,582,000

(6)%

Ore grade processed - Sulphide (% TCu)(2)

1.27

1.24

1.29

1.23

1.21

3%

5%

1.25

1.18

6%

Production - Copper cathode

 -

100

700

800

1,400

(100)%

(100)%

100

3,300

(97)%

Production - Copper in concentrate

115,900

131,000

132,400

128,900

126,300

(12)%

(8)%

246,900

240,500

3%

Total copper production for Collahuasi

115,900

131,100

133,100

129,700

127,700

(12)%

(9)%

247,000

243,800

1%

Anglo American's share of copper production for Collahuasi(3)

51,000

57,700

58,600

57,000

56,200

(12)%

(9)%

108,700

107,300

1%

Anglo American Sur

89,800

84,900

88,000

82,800

88,000

6%

2%

174,700

183,400

(5)%

Los Bronces mine(4)

79,000

75,800

74,300

72,100

75,600

4%

4%

154,800

160,800

(4)%

Ore mined

11,630,200

13,448,400

13,196,500

13,947,400

13,477,900

(14)%

(14)%

25,078,600

23,965,800

5%

Marginal ore mined

7,764,700

11,461,400

8,445,700

6,192,800

6,148,500

(32)%

26%

19,226,100

19,550,800

(2)%

Ore processed - Sulphide

11,876,300

11,877,400

11,562,500

11,511,700

12,567,500

(0)%

(5)%

23,753,700

24,622,800

(4)%

Ore grade processed - Sulphide (% TCu)

0.70

0.69

0.69

0.65

0.62

2%

13%

0.69

0.68

2%

Production - Copper cathode

9,800

8,900

8,600

8,800

8,900

10%

10%

18,700

18,600

1%

 

Production - Copper in concentrate

69,200

66,900

65,700

63,300

66,700

3%

4%

136,100

142,200

(4)%

El Soldado mine(4)

10,800

9,100

13,700

10,700

12,400

19%

(13)%

19,900

22,600

(12)%

Ore mined

1,272,200

905,500

2,069,800

1,678,300

2,143,000

40%

(41)%

2,177,700

3,591,000

(39)%

Ore processed - Sulphide

1,899,200

1,797,600

1,833,900

1,553,200

1,741,200

6%

9%

3,696,800

3,577,300

3%

Ore grade processed - Sulphide (% TCu)

0.72

0.65

0.90

0.86

0.89

11%

(19)%

0.69

0.82

(16)%

Production - Copper in concentrate

10,800

9,100

13,700

10,700

12,400

19%

(13)%

19,900

22,600

(12)%

Chagres Smelter(4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ore smelted

31,500

31,300

25,900

35,500

36,500

1%

(14)%

62,800

72,400

(13)%

Production

30,600

30,300

25,400

34,700

35,500

1%

(14)%

60,900

70,700

(14)%

Total Copper segment copper production

205,700

216,000

221,100

212,500

215,700

(5)%

(5)%

421,700

427,200

(1)%

Total Attributable copper production(5)

140,800

142,600

146,600

139,800

144,200

(1)%

(2)%

283,400

290,700

(3)%

Total Attributable payable copper production

135,800

137,500

141,300

135,000

139,200

(1)%

(2)%

273,300

280,800

(3)%

Total Attributable sales volumes

144,100

115,300

161,400

135,400

143,500

25%

-

259,400

281,000

(8)%

Total Attributable payable sales volumes

138,900

111,200

155,700

130,700

138,500

25%

-

250,100

271,500

(8)%

Third party sales(6)

27,400

9,800

20,100

26,000

6,700

180%

309%

37,200

15,900

134%

 

(1)         Excludes Anglo American Platinum's copper production.

(2)         TCu = total copper.

(3)         Anglo American's share of Collahuasi production is 44%.

(4)         Anglo American ownership interest of Anglo American Sur is 50.1%. Production is stated at 100% as Anglo American consolidates Anglo American Sur.

(5)         Difference between total copper production and attributable copper production arises from Anglo American's 44% interest in Collahuasi.

(6)         Relates to sales of copper not produced by Anglo American operations.

 

 

 

PLATINUM

 

Platinum

 

Q2

2017

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

Q1

2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.

H1 2016

Produced ounces

000 oz

617

586

5%

572

8%

1,189

1,153

3%

   Own mined production

000 oz

348

444

(22)%

325

7%

673

883

(24)%

      Managed

000 oz

284

377

(25)%

266

7%

549

755

(27)%

      Joint ventures(1)

000 oz

64

67

(4)%

59

9%

123

128

(3)%

   Purchase of concentrate

000 oz

269

142

89%

247

9%

516

270

91%

      Joint ventures(1)

000 oz

64

67

(4)%

59

9%

123

128

(3)%

       Associates(2)

000 oz

72

70

4%

65

12%

137

133

3%

      Third party

000 oz

132

6

nm

124

7%

256

9

nm

Refined

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Platinum

000 oz

529

748

(29)%

577

(8)%

1,106

1,008

10%

   Palladium

000 oz

373

472

(21)%

353

6%

726

654

11%

   Rhodium

000 oz

83

91

(9)%

74

12%

156

138

13%

   Gold

000 oz

29

22

31%

25

19%

54

50

8%

 Nickel

t

6,000

6,400

(6)%

5,100

17%

11,200

12,100

(8)%

   Copper

t

3,500

3,700

(6)%

3,200

7%

6,700

7,000

(4)%

(1)       The joint venture operations are Mototolo, Modikwa and Kroondal. Platinum owns 50% of each of these operations, which is presented under 'Own mined' production, and purchases the remaining 50% of production, which is presented under 'Purchase of concentrate'.

(2)       Associates are Platinum's 49% interest in Bokoni and 33% interest in BPRM.

 

Platinum - Platinum production (metal in concentrate) increased by 5% to 617,100 ounces.

 

Own mined production from managed mines

 

Own mined production from managed mines decreased by 25% to 283,700 ounces primarily due to the sale of Rustenburg in November 2016, which has subsequently been reported as purchase of concentrate from third parties. Excluding Rustenburg, own mined production increased by 7%.

 

Mogalakwena mine production increased by 15% to 113,900 ounces due to a 7% increase in grade in line with the mine plan, and a 9% increase in concentrator throughput due to North Concentrator Plant optimisations which increased the run-time.

 

Amandelbult mine production increased by 4% to 110,500 ounces due to improved plant recoveries and increased throughput.

 

Production from Unki mine in Zimbabwe increased by 10% to 19,500 ounces, as efforts continued to improve mining height control, which has reduced mining waste and increased grade resulting in higher production.

 

Union mine production decreased by 3% to 39,800 ounces due to lower grade. The sale of Union to Siyanda Resources was announced on 15 February 2017 and is expected to complete in H2 2017, after which production from Union will be treated as purchase of concentrate from third parties.

 

Joint venture own mined production and purchase of concentrate

 

Total joint venture production of 128,600 ounces (of which 64,300 ounces is own mined and 64,300 ounces is purchase of concentrate) decreased by 4%. Mototolo decreased by 7% to 29,500 ounces as a result of lower grade. Kroondal decreased by 5% to 67,100 ounces primarily due to lower grade and a plant shutdown which impacted production for seven days. This was partly offset by Modikwa which increased by 2% to 32,000 ounces due to productivity improvements.

 

 

Purchase of concentrate from associates

 

Purchase of concentrate from associates increased by 4% to 72,500 ounces. Production from BRPM increased by 10% to 52,900 ounces from project ramp-ups, but was partly offset by Bokoni which decreased by 10% to 19,500 ounces as a result of the closure of the opencast operations.

 

Purchase of concentrate from third parties

 

Purchase of concentrate from third parties increased by 126,400 ounces to 132,300 ounces mainly due to the inclusion of Rustenburg, which has been reported as third party purchase of concentrate since November 2016.

 

Refined production

 

Refined platinum production decreased by 29% to 528,700 ounces primarily due to the Waterval smelter run-out and a high pressure water leak at the Converter Plant.

 

Following the Waterval smelter run-out in Q3 2016, the Number 1 furnace was successfully rebuilt in Q4 2016 and is running at steady-state. The Number 2 furnace underwent planned maintenance and has successfully ramped up to steady-state. The backlog in processing pipeline material of 65,000 platinum ounces following the run-out in 2016 is expected to be made up during H2 2017.

 

In addition, a high pressure water leak at the Converter Plant ("ACP") on 4 June 2017 impacted a converter plant. The second converter plant was heated up and began steady-state production on 14 June 2017. The total impact on refined platinum production of c.90,000 ounces was deferred from Q2 2017 into H2 2017.

 

Full Year Guidance

Production guidance (metal in concentrate) remains unchanged at 2.35 - 2.40 million ounces.

 

Platinum

Q2 2017

Q1

2017

Q4

2016

Q3

2016

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.

H1 2016

Produced platinum

(000 troy oz)

617.1

571.9

610.0

619.1

585.7

8%

5%

1,189.1

1,152.7

3%

Owned mined

348.0

324.6

386.8

468.3

443.5

7%

(22)%

672.7

882.6

(24)%

Mogalakwena

113.9

111.9

103.4

100.7

98.8

2%

15%

225.8

207.8

9%

Amandelbult

110.5

97.1

121.1

128.3

106.2

14%

4%

207.7

217.1

(4)%

Unki

19.5

18.9

19.9

18.2

17.8

3%

10%

38.4

36.4

5%

Joint ventures(1)

64.3

59.0

60.1

64.9

66.8

9%

(4)%

123.3

127.7

(3)%

Union

39.8

37.7

38.1

37.7

41.2

6%

(3)%

77.5

75.5

3%

Rustenburg(2)

-

-                  

44.2

118.1

110.8

nm

nm

-

215.1

nm

Other(3)

-

-

-

0.4

1.9

nm

nm

-

3.0

nm

Purchase of concentrate

269.1

247.3

223.2

150.8

142.3

9%

89%

516.4

270.1

91%

Joint ventures(1)

64.3

59.0

60.1

65.0

66.8

9%

(4)%

123.3

127.7

(3)%

Associates(4)

72.5

64.7

69.2

77.2

69.6

12%

4%

137.2

132.9

3%

Third party purchase of concentrate(2)

132.3

123.6

93.9

8.6

5.8

7%

nm

255.9

9.5

nm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refined production

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Platinum (000 troy oz)

528.7

576.9

631.6

694.6

747.6

(8)%

(29)%

1,105.6

1,008.4

10%

Palladium (000 troy oz)

373.1

353.4

397.4

412.9

472.3

6%

(21)%

726.5

653.9

11%

Rhodium (000 troy oz)

82.8

73.7

92.2

86.8

90.7

12%

(9)%

156.4

138.4

13%

Gold (000 troy oz)

29.3

24.7

33.9

24.1

22.3

19%

31%

54.0

50.2

8%

Nickel (000 tonnes)

6.0

5.1

6.2

7.1

6.4

17%

(6)%

11.2

12.1

(8)%

Copper (000 tonnes)

3.5

3.2

3.3

3.8

3.7

7%

(6)%

6.7

7.0

(4)%

4E Head grade

(g/tonne milled)(5)

3.41

3.47

3.41

3.19

3.00

(2)%

14%

3.44

3.05

13%

Platinum sales volumes - own mined and purchase of concentrate

600.5

518.8

606.5

588.0

808.4

16%

(26)%

1,119.3

1,221.2

(8)%

(1)     The joint venture operations are Mototolo, Modikwa and Kroondal. Platinum owns 50% of these operations, which is presented under 'Own mined' production, and purchases the remaining 50% of production, which is presented under 'Purchase of concentrate'.

(2)     Sale of Rustenburg to Sibanye completed on 1 November 2016, after which production from Rustenburg is included within third party purchase of concentrate.

(3)     Other includes Twickenham.

(4)     Associates are Platinum's 49% interest in Bokoni and 33% interest in BRPM.

(5)     4E: the grade measured as the combined content of: platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold.

 

IRON ORE AND MANGANESE

 

Iron Ore and Manganese

Q2

 2017

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

Q1

2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.  

H1 2016

Iron ore - Kumba

000 t

11,382

8,864

28%

         10,473

9%

21,854

17,788

23%

Iron ore - Minas-Rio(1)

000 t

4,324

3,484

24%

4,342

0%

8,666

6,833

27%

Iron ore - Total

000 t

15,706

12,348

27%

14,815

6%

30,520

24,621

24%

Manganese ore(2)

000 t

843

791

7%

823

2%

1,666

1,567

6%

Manganese alloys(3)

000 t

39

30

32%

31

25%

71

62

15%

 

(1)  Wet basis

(2)  Saleable production

(3)  Production includes medium carbon ferro-manganese

 

Kumba Iron Ore - Iron ore production increased by 28% to 11.4 million tonnes.

 

Sishen production increased by 38% to 7.9 million tonnes as a result of improved mining productivity, driven by fleet efficiencies and higher plant yields. Waste removal increased to 43 million tonnes compared to 31 million tonnes in Q2 2016 (H1 2017: 77 million tonnes).

 

Kolomela production increased by 11% to 3.5 million tonnes, underpinned by productivity improvements. Waste removal increased by 22% to 15 million tonnes (H1 2017: 25 million tonnes).

 

Export sales increased by 8% to 9.4 million tonnes. Total finished product stocks were 4.4 million tonnes (3.5 million tonnes at 31 December 2016) as a result of higher production at Sishen and sales volumes delayed to H2 2017 due to unfavourable weather conditions at Saldanha port.

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance has been increased to 41 - 43 million tonnes (previously 40 - 42 million tonnes) as a result of the improved performance at Sishen.

 

 

Iron Ore Brazil - Iron ore production from Minas-Rio increased by 24% to 4.3 million tonnes as the operation continued to ramp-up to its current operating capacity.

 

The focus remains obtaining the Step 3 licences required for the operation to access the full range of run-of-mine grades and target the operation's nameplate capacity of 26.5 Mt (wet basis).

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance remains unchanged at 16-18 million tonnes (wet basis).

 

 

Manganese ore - Manganese ore production increased by 7% to 843,300 tonnes. Production from the Australian operations increased by 5% and by 9% from the South African operations.

 

Manganese alloy - Manganese alloy production increased by 32% to 39,300 tonnes. The South African Manganese operations continue to operate only one of four furnaces.

 

 

 

Iron Ore and Manganese (tonnes)

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.

H1 2016

Kumba Iron Ore

11,381,600

10,472,600

11,927,900

11,759,900

8,863,600

9%

28%

21,584,200

17,788,100

23%

By product:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lump

7,504,200

6,978,800

7,812,000

7,598,500

5,721,300

8%

31%

14,483,000

11,391,000

27%

Fines

3,877,400

3,493,800

4,115,900

4,161,400

3,142,300

11%

23%

7,371,200

6,397,100

15%

By mine:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sishen

7,871,900

7,678,900

8,489,900

8,348,700

5,699,600

3%

38%

15,550,800

11,541,400

35%

Kolomela

3,509,700

2,793,700

3,438,000

3,411,200

3,164,000

26%

11%

6,303,400

5,877,100

7%

Thabazimbi

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

369,600

(100)%

Kumba sales volumes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Export iron ore

9,423,600

10,053,000

10,611,400

10,343,200

8,729,700

(6)%

8%

19,476,600

18,105,800

8%

Domestic iron ore

924,600

832,700

612,700

706,900

936,000

11%

(1)%

1,757,300

2,103,700

(16)%

Minas-Rio production

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pellet feed (wet basis)

4,324,100

4,341,700

4,855,300

4,452,400

3,483,800

0%

24%

8,665,900

6,833,200

27%

Minas-Rio sales volumes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Export - pellet feed

(wet basis)

4,371,000

4,256,500

4,761,800

4,510,400

3,223,900

3%

36%

8,627,500

6,938,300

24%

Samancor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manganese ore(1)

843,300

823,100

804,200

761,700

791,300

2%

7%

1,666,400

1,567,200

6%

Manganese alloys(1)(2)

39,300

31,500

37,100

38,900

29,700

25%

32%

70,800

61,800

15%

Samancor sales volumes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manganese ore(3)

887,600

836,000

805,000

757,400

813,300

6%

9%

1,723,600

1,664,000

4%

Manganese alloys

37,200

34,400

31,600

49,200

46,400

8%

(20)%

71,600

89,200

(20)%

 

 

 

 

COAL

 

Coal 

 

Q2

Q2

Q2 2017

Q1

Q2 2017

H1

H1

H1 2017

 

2017

2016

vs.

2017

vs.

2017

2016

vs

 

 

 

Q2 2016

 

Q1 2017

 

 

H1 2016

Met Coal (Australia) -

excl. 2016 divestments(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metallurgical - Export

000 t

3,964

4,921

(19)%

5,242

(24)%

9,206

9,019

2%

Thermal - Export

000 t

305

1,015

(70)%

479

(36)%

784

1,820

(57)%

South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal export - Primary(2)

000 t

4,064

4,426

(8)%

4,059

-

8,123

8,268

(2)%

Thermal export and domestic - Secondary(3)

000 t

1,023

973

5%

978

5%

2,001

1,752

14%

Thermal domestic - Eskom

000 t

6,889

6,709

3%

6,374

8%

13,263

13,101

1%

Thermal domestic - Isibonelo(4)

000 t

1,052

1,082

(3)%

896

17%

1,948

2,242

(13)%

Cerrejón

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal - Export

000 t

2,450

2,330

5%

2,782

(12)%

5,231

4,940

6%

Thermal Export South Africa and Cerrejón

 

6,514

6,756

(4)%

6,841

(5)%

13,354

13,208

1%

(1)       Excludes production from Foxleigh, which was sold on 30 August 2016, and Callide, which was sold on 31 October 2016.

(2)       Thermal export - Primary is export quality product. Comparatives have been restated to align with current presentation.

(3)       Thermal export and domestic - Secondary is lower quality product that can be sold into either the export or domestic markets. Comparatives have been restated to align with current presentation. In 2016, ~60% of secondary production was sold into the export market.

(4)       Restated to exclude domestic secondary coal production from mines other than Isibonelo.

 

Metallurgical Coal (Australia) - Export metallurgical coal production decreased by 19% to 4.0 million tonnes. Longwall moves took place at both Moranbah and Grasstree during the quarter. The impact of Cyclone Debbie on the Queensland rail network resulted in operational delays with a net impact on saleable production of ~0.6 million tonnes in the quarter. Run-of-mine production was not materially impacted and the stock build continues to be unwound in H2 2017.

 

Grosvenor production continues to be affected by geological issues, which are typically more challenging for the first longwall panel. In addition, a major belt tear occurred in the main conveyor drift. The focus remains on managing geological issues to deliver improved operational performance and stability.

 

Export thermal coal production decreased by 70% to 0.3 million tonnes following the cessation of mining activities at Drayton.  Furthermore, in reaction to the rail outage in Q2 2017, thermal coal volumes were substituted for higher margin metallurgical coal production at Capcoal (Grasstree).

 

South Africa - Primary export thermal coal production decreased by 8% to 4.1 million tonnes, due to operational challenges at Khwezela associated with the integration of the Kleinkopje and Landau mines. In addition, there was an expected and temporary reduction at Mafube as the mine transitions to a new pit.

Eskom related production increased by 3% to 6.9 million tonnes, with higher production at New Denmark due to a longwall move in Q2 2016. The sale of the Eskom-tied operating mines (New Vaal, New Denmark and Kriel) to Seriti Resources was announced on 10 April 2017, and is expected to complete by the end of 2017.

 

Cerrejón - Cerrejón's attributable production increased by 5% to 2.4 million tonnes, reflecting productivity gains.

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance for export metallurgical coal remains unchanged at 19 - 21 million tonnes, but is expected to be at the lower end of this range due to the geological issues at Grosvenor.

 

Full year production guidance for export thermal coal from South Africa and Cerrejón remains unchanged at 29 - 31 million tonnes, but is expected to be at the lower end of this range primarily due to the operational challenges at Khwezela.

Coal (tonnes)

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

Q2 2017

H1

H1

H1 2017

vs.

vs.

2017

2016

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2016

 

 

H1 2016

Met Coal (Australia)(1)

4,268,200

5,721,400

5,955,100

5,923,500

5,935,700

(25)%

(28)%

9,989,600

10,837,900

(8)%

Metallurgical export - Coking

3,237,000

4,747,300

4,496,900

4,326,600

3,997,500

(32)%

(19)%

7,984,300

7,376,400

8%

Metallurgical export - PCI

726,500

495,100

862,900

741,300

923,300

47%

(21)%

1,221,600

1,642,100

(26)%

Thermal export

304,700

479,000

595,300

855,600

1,014,900

(36)%

(70)%

783,700

1,819,400

(57)%

South Africa

13,028,200

12,307,300

13,708,600

14,690,700

13,188,800

6%

(1)%

25,335,500

25,360,600

-

Thermal export - Primary(2)

4,064,100

4,058,500

4,229,400

4,480,800

4,425,600

0%

(8)%

8,122,600

8,267,200

(2)%

Thermal export and domestic - Secondary(3)

1,022,600

978,200

926,900

1,009,900

972,700

5%

5%

2,000,800

1,751,300

14%

Thermal domestic - Eskom

6,889,100

6,374,300

7,514,700

8,083,900

6,708,700

8%

3%

13,263,400

13,100,700

1%

Thermal domestic - Isibonelo(4)

1,052,400

896,300

1,037,600

1,116,100

1,081,800

17%

(3)%

1,948,700

2,241,400

(13)%

Colombia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal - Export

2,449,600

2,781,700

2,800,600

2,927,800

2,329,500

(12)%

5%

5,231,300

4,939,500

6%

Total coal production

19,746,000

20,810,400

22,464,300

23,542,000

21,454,000

(5)%

(8)%

40,556,400

41,138,000

(1)%

Sales volumes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Met Coal (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metallurgical - Export(5)

4,155,000

4,947,400

4,926,900

5,223,100

4,836,700

(16)%

(14)%

9,102,400

9,065,600

-

Thermal - Export

422,800

473,200

699,000

862,000

1,118,800

(11)%

(62)%

896,000

1,816,700

(51)%

South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal - Export

4,153,900

4,693,300

5,825,200

4,159,300

4,744,000

(11)%

(12)%

8,847,200

9,087,200

(3)%

Thermal - Other domestic

513,700

394,300

485,100

389,700

341,600

30%

50%

908,000

710,100

28%

Thermal domestic - Eskom

6,841,100

6,359,200

7,288,500

7,871,900

6,577,500

8%

4%

13,200,300

12,823,900

3%

Thermal domestic - Isibonelo

1,030,600

964,600

1,168,900

1,260,800

1,268,100

7%

(19)%

1,995,200

2,481,700

(20)%

Third party sales

1,835,400

1,567,800

694,600

2,181,800

1,608,600

17%

14%

3,403,200

3,175,400

7%

Cerrejón

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Thermal - Export

2,770,500

2,646,300

2,722,300

2,905,100

2,843,800

5%

(3)%

5,416,800

5,182,800

5%

 

(1)       Comparatives have been restated to exclude production from Foxleigh, which was sold on 30 August 2016, and Callide, which was sold on 31 October 2016.

(2)       Thermal export - Primary is export quality product. Comparatives have been restated to align with current presentation.

(3)       Thermal export and domestic - Secondary is lower quality product that can be sold into either the export or domestic markets. Comparatives have been restated to align with current presentation. In 2016, ~60% of secondary production was sold into the export market.

(4)       Restated to exclude domestic secondary coal production from mines other than Isibonelo.

(5)       Includes both hard coking coal and PCI sales volumes.

 

Coal by mine (tonnes)

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

Q2 2017

H1

H1

H1 2017

vs.

vs.

2017

2016

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2016

 

 

H1 2016

Met Coal (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capcoal

1,508,900

1,785,400

1,230,200

1,637,300

2,205,400

(15)%

(32)%

3,294,300

3,965,400

(17)%

(incl. Grasstree)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dawson

1,046,800

1,092,100

1,273,000

1,185,900

1,143,800

(4)%

(8)%

2,138,900

2,149,800

(1)%

Drayton

-

82,300

317,100

418,200

n/a

n/a

768,100

n/a

Grosvenor

183,600

709,800

539,100

685,700

331,200

(74)%

(45)%

893,400

534,200

67%

Jellinbah

840,300

718,000

882,100

820,200

821,600

17%

2%

1,558,300

1,580,000

(1)%

Moranbah North

688,600

1,416,100

1,948,400

1,277,300

1,015,500

(51)%

(32)%

2,104,700

1,840,400

14%

 

4,268,200

5,721,400

5,955,100

5,923,500

5,935,700

(25)%

(28)%

9,989,600

10,837,900

(8%)

South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goedehoop

1,230,800

1,222,100

1,134,200

1,286,500

1,266,600

1%

(3)%

2,452,900

2,267,900

8%

Greenside

877,700

1,004,800

1,036,900

1,111,400

990,700

(13)%

(11)%

1,882,500

1,797,000

5%

Zibulo

1,672,900

1,439,400

1,407,200

1,571,800

1,638,600

16%

2%

3,112,300

3,028,600

3%

Khwezela(1)

1,475,000

1,596,100

2,230,000

2,137,100

1,849,000

(8)%

(20)%

3,071,100

3,818,600

(20)%

Mafube

407,600

441,400

435,400

506,000

438,500

(8)%

(7)%

849,000

817,600

4%

New Vaal

4,121,900

3,414,300

3,994,800

4,350,500

4,027,700

21%

2%

7,536,200

7,549,500

0%

New Denmark

769,600

954,400

773,200

777,300

392,600

(19)%

96%

1,724,000

996,900

73%

Kriel

1,420,300

1,338,500

1,659,400

1,834,000

1,503,300

6%

(6)%

2,758,800

2,843,100

(3)%

Isibonelo

1,052,400

896,300

1,037,500

1,116,100

1,081,800

17%

(3)%

1,948,700

2,241,400

(13)%

 

13,028,200

12,307,300

13,708,600

14,690,700

13,188,800

6%

(1)%

25,335,500

25,360,600

-

Cerrejón

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carbones del Cerrejón

2,449,600

2,781,700

2,800,600

2,927,800

2,329,500

(12)%

5%

5,231,300

4,939,500

6%

Total Coal production

19,746,000

20,810,400

22,464,300

23,542,000

21,454,000

(5)%

(8)%

40,556,400

41,138,000

(1)%

(1)       The merger of Kleinkopje and Landau.

 

 

NICKEL

 

Nickel

Q2

 2017

Q2

2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

Q1

2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.  

H1 2016

Nickel

t

11,300

11,100

2%

9,900

14%

21,200

22,300

(5)%

                   

 

Nickel production increased by 2% as result of a stable performance in both smelting operations at Barro Alto, running slightly above nominal capacity during the second quarter. Production from Codemin decreased by 4% to 2,200 tonnes due to maintenance in May 2017.

 

 

Full Year Guidance

Full year production guidance remains unchanged at 43,000 - 45,000 tonnes.

 

Nickel (tonnes)

unless stated otherwise(1)

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q2 2017

vs.

Q1 2017

Q2 2017

vs.

Q2 2016

H1

2017

H1

2016

H1 2017 vs.

H1 2016

Barro Alto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ore mined

2,375,700

1,023,500

364,300

974,100

835,300

132%

184%

3,399,200

1,292,300

163%

Ore processed

615,700

523,900

579,800

610,000

569,200

18%

8%

1,139,600

1,167,300

(2)%

Ore grade processed - %Ni

1.71

1.70

1.77

1.76

1.76

1%

(3)%

1.71

1.76

(3)%

Production

9,100

7,800

8,800

9,000

8,800

17%

3%

16,900

17,700

(5)%

Codemin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ore mined

7,500

-

-

-

6,800

-

10%

7,500

6,800

10%

Ore processed

144,000

143,600

142,900

144,000

151,300

-

(5)%

287,600

302,700

(5)%

Ore grade processed - %Ni

1.69

1.65

1.73

1.72

1.72

2%

(2)%

1.67

1.70

(2)%

Production

2,200

2,100

2,100

2,300

2,300

5%

(4)%

4,300

4,600

(7)%

Total Nickel segment nickel production

11,300

9,900

10,900

11,300

11,100

14%

2%

21,200

22,300

(5)%

Sales volumes

10,400

10,400

11,400

11,600

11,100

-

(6)%

20,800

21,900

(5)%

 

(1)       Excludes Anglo American Platinum's nickel production.

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXPLORATION AND EVALUATION

 

Exploration and Evaluation expenditure for the quarter totalled $52 million, an increase of 17%. Exploration expenditure for the quarter totalled $23 million, an increase of 2%. Evaluation expenditure for the quarter totalled $29 million, an increase of 31%.

 

NOTE

 

This Production Report for the second quarter ended 30 June 2017 is unaudited.

 

AVERAGE REALISED PRICES SUMMARY

 

Average realised prices

H1 2017

H2 2016

H1  2016

FY 2016

H1 2017

vs.

H2 2016

H1 2017

vs.

H1 2016

De Beers

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Total sales volume (100%) (Mct)

20.0

13.7

18.3

32.0

46%

9%

Consolidated sales volume (Mct)(1)

19.1

12.8

17.2

30.0

49%

11%

Consolidated average realised price ($/ct)(2)

156

201

177

187

(22)%

(12)%

 Average price index(3)

121

119

117

118

2%

4%

Copper (USc/lb)

264

235

215

225

12%

23%

PGMs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Platinum (US$/oz)

957

1,015

971

993

(6)%

(1)%

Palladium (US$/oz)

780

670

551

610

16%

42%

Rhodium (US$/oz)

911

682

679

680

34%

34%

Basket price (US$/oz)

1,843

         1,877

         1,632

1,753

(2)%

13%

Basket price (ZAR/oz)

24,400

       26,209

       25,100

25,649

(7)%

(3)%

Iron Ore - FOB prices

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kumba Export (US$/dmt)(4)

71

67

55

64

6%

29%

Minas-Rio (US$/wmt)(5)

66

61

44

54

8%

50%

Coal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metallurgical Coal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metallurgical - Export (U$/t)(6)

195

153

79

119

27%

147%

Metallurgical - PCI (US/t) (6)

124

102

70

77

22%

82%

Thermal - Export (U$/t)

87

65

47

55

34%

85%

South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal - Export (U$/t)(8)

72

69

50

60

 

 

Thermal - Domestic (U$/t, FOR)

20

17

16

17

 

 

Cerrejón

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermal - Export (U$/t)(7)

71

65

47

56

9%

51%

Nickel (USc/lb)

442

474

387

431

(7)%

14%

 

(1)       Consolidated sales volume excludes De Beers' JV partners' 50% proportionate share of sales to entities outside the De Beers Group of Companies from the Diamond Trading Company Botswana and the Namibia Diamond Trading Company, and includes pre-commercial production sales volumes from Gahcho Kué. Excluding Gahcho Kué's capitalised pre-commercial production sales volumes results in a consolidated sales volume of 18.4Mct for H1 2017.

(2)       Consolidated average realised price based on 100% selling value post-aggregation and excludes pre-commercial production sales from Gahcho Kué.

(3)       Average of the De Beers price index for the Sights within the six month period. The De Beers price index is relative to 100 as at December 2006.

(4)       Average realised export basket price (FOB Saldanha).

(5)       Average realised export basket price (FOB Açu) (wet basis).

(6)       Weighted average metallurgical coal sales price achieved.

(7)       Weighted average export thermal coal price achieved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

 

Production figures are sometimes more precise than the rounded numbers shown in the commentary of this report. The percentage change will reflect the percentage change using the production figures shown in the Production Summary of this report.

 

Forward-looking statements:

 

This contains certain forward looking statements which involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that occur in the future. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results or developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward looking statements.

 

For further information, please contact:

 

Media

 

Investors

UK

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8759

 

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8891

 

South Africa

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pranill.ramchander@angloamerican.com

Tel: +27 (0)11 638 2592

 

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ann.farndell@angloamerican.com

Tel: +27 (0)11 638 2786

 

UK

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paul.galloway@angloamerican.com

Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8718

 

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7968 8680

 

Notes to editors:

 

Anglo American is a globally diversified mining business. Our portfolio of world-class competitive mining operations and undeveloped resources provides the raw materials to meet the growing consumer-driven demands of the world's developed and maturing economies. Our people are at the heart of our business. It is our people who use the latest technologies to find new resources, plan and build our mines and who mine, process and move and market our products to our customers around the world.

 

As a responsible miner - of diamonds (through De Beers), copper, platinum and other precious metals, iron ore, coal and nickel - we are the custodians of what are precious natural resources. We work together with our key partners and stakeholders to unlock the long-term value that those resources represent for our shareholders and for the communities and countries in which we operate - creating sustainable value and making a real difference.

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