“The world is starting to come out of this virus. Although it will take some more time; a lot of people are going to be looking to create a better world. We are seeing this across the globe. Most importantly, people want to be happy and a clean, blue sky goes a long way to making that happen. Everything is going to be electric, and you are not going to get there without copper and other critical metals like tin, graphite, nickel and cobalt.” – IWA MEMBER
- The COVID-19 pandemic hit the mining industry hard in 2020, with Spain among the hardest hit countries in Europe
- Many mining operations in Spain were forced to shut down, as safety requirements and other challenges proved difficult to overcome
- Pan Global Resources met the challenge in Spain and is on the brink of multiple high potential copper discoveries
- Mining exploration is tough at the best of times but conducting field work during a pandemic can bring progress to a halt, even if you’re in Elephant Country.
The impact of the COVID-19 crisis hit the mining industry hard around the globe in 2020.
One of the hardest-hit countries in Europe was Spain. All sectors of the economy suffered last March when the Spanish government ordered a lockdown as COVID-19 cases soared. While some mining operations were deemed essential, the difficulties in keeping workers safe and other challenges forced companies like Atalaya Mining and Almonty Industries to temporarily shut down.
“I think it’s a case of onward and upward and this thing’s just going to keep getting bigger.”
– Eric Coffin, President, Hard Rock Analysts Advisors.
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IWA is a shareholder of Pan Global Resources.
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