Teck’s Elkview operation is located approximately three kilometres east of Sparwood in southeastern British Columbia. Teck has a 95% partnership interest in Elkview. The remaining 5% is indirectly held equally by Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, a Japanese steel producer, and POSCO, a Korean steel producer, each of which acquired a 2.5% interest in 2005.

The coal produced at Elkview is used to make steel. The current annual production capacities of the mine and preparation plant (on a 100% basis) are approximately 6.5 million and 6.8 million tonnes of clean coal, respectively.

At current planned production rates, Elkview is estimated to have a remaining reserve life of approximately 29 years.

Last updated: April, 2014