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NGEx Resources’ president and CEO, Wojtek Wodzicki, joins the Power & Market Report to discuss his outlook for copper.

** Tweet comments @AlbertKLu #copper **

Interview Highlights
[0:30] Introduction to NGEx Resources
[1:12] Bullish outlook on copper
[3:12] Copper usage rising aggressively in electric vehicles
[4:42] Copper price chart
[5:55] Outlook for electric car adoption
[7:20] What economic performance does copper need to thrive?
[9:12] De-risking mining projects
[11:15] Long-run benefits of taking care of baseline environment concerns

 

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As the media arm of Sprott US Holdings Inc., we strive to produce the highest quality and most reliable market news and commentary in the natural resource sector.

Our vision is to connect scarce knowledge with the people who seek it and to inspire intelligent investing decisions.

About the guest
Dr. Wodzicki has worked in the international mining industry since 1987 and has managed exploration programs on five continents. He is a geologist by training and has a doctorate in Geosciences from the University of Arizona. He previously served as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for Lundin Mining Corporation and President, CEO and Director of Sanu Resources Ltd. Prior to joining the Lundin Group, Dr. Wodzicki was with Teck Cominco Ltd. in a variety of roles that included managing exploration offices in Bolivia, Peru, Chile, and Argentina. He finished his career with Teck Cominco as General Manager of Exploration for North America and Europe-Africa.

Contact him via:
Web: http://www.ngexresources.com

About the host: Albert Lu is the President & CEO of Sprott US Media.

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Twitter @AlbertKLu
Web at http://sprottmedia.com

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