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Teck Resources Limited

Teck Resources Limited

Sector: Copper Ores Region: Canada


: | Toronto Stock Exchange: TCK.B | New York Stock Exchange: TCK


Teck Resources Limited explores, develops and produces natural resources. It is organized into business units focused on copper, coal, zinc and energy. It includes a wide range of activities related to mining and minerals processing, including exploration, development, smelting, refining, safety, environmental protection, product stewardship, recycling and research. The company operates through five reportable segments: Copper, Coal, Zinc, Energy and Corporate. The Copper segment produces copper at its five copper mines, including Quebrada Blanca and Carmen de Andacollo in Chile; Antamina in Peru; and Highland Valley Copper and Duck Pond in Canada. In addition, it explores and assesses development opportunities for new copper deposits in Canada, Chile, Mexico, the United States, Namibia, Peru, Turkey and Australia. The Coal segment produces high quality steelmaking coal, also known as metallurgical coal. It owns the Coal Mountain, Cardinal River, Fording River and Line Creek mines. The Zinc segment produces refined zinc from its Red Dog mine and Antamina mine. The Energy segment includes interest in the Fort Hills oil sands project and the Frontier and Equinox oil sands projects. The Corporate segment includes all of its initiatives in other commodities, its corporate growth activities and groups that provide administrative, technical, financial and other support to its business units. Other corporate income includes general and administrative costs, research and development, and other income. The company was founded in 1913 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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Celebrating 100 Years at Teck

2013 marks the 100th anniversary of Teck's founding. The company has evolved over the years into one of the world's leading diversified natural resource companies, committed to responsible mining and mineral development. We have helped to build communities, create jobs and drive innovation, making our industry more sustainable. We are Canada's largest diversified resource company, focused on providing products that are critical to building a better quality of life for people around the globe.

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Celebrating 100 Years at Teck

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Overview of Coal with Ian Kilgour, Senior Vice President Coal

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Year in Review with Don Lindsay, Presindent and CEO

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I am a Child

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We Day: Zinc and Health

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Zinc and Health

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Zinc Plays a Vital Role

Executives

Norman B. Keevil, Chairman of the Board
Norman B. Keevil joined the Board of Teck in 1963. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto (B.A. Sc.) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph. D.). He received an honorary LL.D from the University of British Columbia in May 1993. He was Vice President Exploration at Teck Corporation from 1962 to 1968, Executive Vice President from 1968 to 1981, President and Chief Executive Officer from 1981 to 2001 and has been Chairman of the Board of Teck since 2001. He is a lifetime director of the Mining Association of Canada. Dr. Keevil was inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame in January 2004.
Donald R. Lindsay, President and Chief Executive Officer
Don Lindsay joined Teck as President in January 2005, was appointed to the Board in February 2005 and was appointed Chief Executive Officer in April 2005. He is a graduate of Queens University (B.Sc., Hons.) and Harvard Business School (M.B.A.). He is currently a director of Manulife Financial Corporation. Mr. Lindsay was employed by CIBC World Markets Inc. (investment banking) from 1985 to 2004 where he was President of CIBC World Markets Inc., Head of Investment and Corporate Banking and Head of the Asia Pacific Region.

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