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blue carbonate of copper

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%), galena (5-20 vol.%), chalcopyrite (5-20 vol %), pyrite (5-15 vol %), magnetite (5-3 vol %), bornite (1-3 vol %),malachite (trace) and azurite (traces).
The group has reached an agreement with the Congo authorities on improved fiscal terms for the production-sharing contract for the Azurite and Mer Profond Sud fields.
Murphy Oil has a 50% working interest in the Azurite field and state-owned Societe Nationale des Petroles du Congo (SNPC) holds the remaining 15%.
The average daily production is expected to increase to some 20,000 barrels once the Azurite field has been fully developed in 2010.
Azurite & Malachite Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Arizona 2 1/2" wide ex-collection Pellman
Azurite [Cu.sub.3.sup.2+][([CO.sub.3]).sub.2][(OH).sub.2]
In general, Milpillas malachite pseudomorphs may preserve the forms either of simple bladed azurite crystals, Bisbee-style, or of more complex crystal aggregates of roughly tabular habit but showing sawtooth edges on both ends, the pseudocrystals of both types reaching 5 cm.
Murphy West Africa Ltd, part of Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE: MUR), retains a 50% share in the permit as well as in the Azurite field and will remain operator.
pseudomorph after Azurite, 10.4 cm, Tsumeb mine, Tsumeb, Namibia.
Norwegian semi-submersible service rigs and floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels operator Prosafe ASA said on Friday (9 November) that it has been awarded a contract by Murphy West Africa Ltd, a subsidiary of Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE: MUR), for the conversion and operation of a Floating Drilling, Production, Storage and Offloading unit (FDPSO) on the deepwater Azurite development in the Mer Profonde Sud Block, offshore the Republic of the Congo.
"Azurite crystals, some of them extra large and fine, were secured by Mr.
A new copper mine at Milpillas, between Nacozari and Cananea, Sonora, Mexico is just beginning to yield spectacular specimens of azurite and of malachite pseudomorphs after azurite; Rob Lavinsky had the best of the former, Evan Jones the best of the latter, in their respective booths at the Main Show.
It was at Tsumeb on December 10, 1929 that he discovered one of the most extraordinary pockets of azurite crystals ever encountered in that famous mine.
The collection is especially rich in old classics, such as a dramatic stacking of epidote chevron twins from Knappenwand, Austria, elegant specimens of both crystallized and wire silver from Kongsberg, Norway, a remarkable cluster of large, lustrous azurite crystals from Bisbee, Arizona, and a group of fine gold crystals from the Massachusetts Lode in Grass Valley, California that was one of the "Famous 25" specimens originally in the collection of William Sansom Vaux (1811-1882).
In the Northparkes E22 and E27 deposits at Goonumbla, New South Wales, upper oxidation zones are dominated by libethenite and pseudomalachite, with azurite and malachite emplacement at greater depths.