Surda Project
Country India 
Province Jharkhand
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Surda Project
Status Risk : Production
Country Risk : Important
Title(s) of the Surda Project
India Resources Limited
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Location of the Surda Project
The Surda Mine is located in Jharkhand State within the Singhbhum Mobile Belt of eastern India. The Singhbhum belt comprises a 200km long, east-west trending arcuate belt of folded supracrustal rocks, overlying the northern margin of the Singhbhum-Orissa Craton.
History of the Surda Project
The Surda Mine is part of the Indian Copper Complex, a group of six mines owned by HCL that operated between 1928 and 2003. The mine closed in January 2003 and for the six years prior produced a total of 1,473,000 tonnes at an average grade of 0.9% copper. It was the second largest copper producer from the six mines making up the Indian Copper Complex.
Geology of the Surda Project
The Singhbhum belt is host to a number of mineral deposits and existing underground copper mines.
Production history
COPPER (lbs)6,530,0926,664,5741,920,226
Exploration and drilling
6/10/2008Surda Delivers Record Daily Copper Production
Data last updated on : 7/27/2009
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