and expanded milling facilities was 121.4 million lb of copper and 1.5 million lb of molybdenum in 2013. Taseko had revenues for 2013 of $290.1 million from the sale of 85.4 million lb of copper and 0.9 million lb of moly (reflecting Taseko’s 75% interest in the Gibraltar operation).
Still, Taseko took a loss for last year. Net losses were $32.8 million or$0.18 per share, compared to a loss of $9.1 million in 2012.
Net operating costs declined throughout 2013 to US$1.70 per lb of copper, a 26% drop from 2012.
With no major capital expenditures on the horizon this year, Taseko president and CEO Russ Hallbauer promised shareholders that cash flow should increase significantly.
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