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Posted on : Oct 06, 2011
India-focussed miner Vedanta Resources Plc (VED.L) Friday said mined metal production for the second quarter was 210,000 tonnes up 2% as compared with the corresponding prior year period, reflecting near normal production at Rampura Agucha following the maintenance shutdown in first quarter.

Second quarter refined zinc production was 185,000 tonnes, up 5 percent primarily due to improved operational performance at our hydro smelters. Refined lead production was 17,000 tonnes, up 6%, primarily due to volumes from the new 100kt Dariba lead smelter, which was commissioned and capitalized during the quarter.

Silver production rose 12 percent to 1.58 million. Production of copper cathodes was 52,000 tonnes in the quarter.

Iron ore sales were 1.55 mt as compared with 1.82 mt in the corresponding prior quarter. In addition, the company has sold 1,435 million units of power in the quarter as compared with 267 million units in the corresponding prior quarter.

Source: AFX News
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