27 million ounces produced in the same period of 2005.
What does MOZ stand for?
MOZ stands for Million Ounces (mining)
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We have 2 other meanings of MOZ in our Acronym Attic
- Models of Yesteryear (collectible toy cars)
- Museum of Yachting (Newport, RI)
- Ministry of Youth Affairs (Islamabad, Pakistan)
- Month of the Young Adolescent (US; National Middle School Association)
- Macedonian Orthodox Youth Association of North America
- Month of the Young Child
- Master Of Your Domain (coined by Seinfeld episode; ability to control sexual urge)
- Music of Your Life
- Ministry of Youth and Sports (Liberia)
- Marathon Gold Corp. (Toronto, Canada)
- Motoroktanzahl (German: motor octane number)
- Mozambique (ISO Country code)
- Men of Zimbabwe Arise
- Measurement of Ozone on Airbus In-service Aircraft
- Model of Ozone and Related Tracers (chemistry transport model)
- Mosaic Killer (original Netscape Navigator browser)
- Mazowiecki Oddzial Zandarmerii Wojskowej (Polish: Mazowiecki Oddzial Military Police Unit)
- Machine Pistol
- Machu Picchu
- Macross Plus (anime movie)
Samples in periodicals archive:
04 million ounces as auto and jewelry usage increased to record levels," according to "Platinum 1994," which is published by Johnson Matthey today.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho -- Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) today announced it expects to increase its silver resource base by approximately 30 million ounces in 2006, or about 20%.
6 million ounces in 1992 -- the third consecutive year the silver market has been in a net deficit position, according to World Silver Survey 1993 released today by The Silver Institute.
NEWMONT GOLD'S LARGEST GOLD MINE PRODUCES RECORD ONE MILLION OUNCES IN 1991 CARLIN, Nev.
75 million ounces of silver per year, for a period of 20 years, from Glencore International AG, equivalent to the production from their Yauliyacu mining operations in Peru.
53 million ounces of gold in proven and probable reserves and 1.
5 million ounces of silver per annum (approximately 200,000 gold equivalent ("AuEq") ounces per annum @ 60 oz silver equals one oz gold), resulting in an average total cash cost of approximately US $115 per ounce of gold net of silver credits, using a gold price of US $400 and a silver price of US $6.