Mine ESG cost picture is murky: analyst

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CostMine analyst Brad Terhune
'We must now consider how a project appears through the ESG lens'

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) imperatives are “driving the mine of the future”, however, trying to get a good handle on costs associated with relatively near-term, material technology shifts is currently fraught with difficulties, this week’s SME New York Thought Leaders in Mining Symposium heard.

US-based CostMine analyst Brad Terhune said cost estimating “through the ESG lens” was essential to understand future metal and mineral supply trends.

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