Honduras NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

Honduras

NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

Mining, the mainstay of the Honduran economy in the late 1800s, declined dramatically in importance in the 1900s. The New York and Honduras Rosario Mining Company (NYHRMC) produced US$60 million worth of gold and silver between 1882 and 1954 before discontinuing most of its operations. Mining's contribution to the GDP steadily declined during the 1980s, to account for only a 2 percent contribution in 1992. El Mochito mine in western Honduras, the largest mine in Central America, accounted for most mineral production. Ores containing gold, silver, lead, zinc, and cadmium were mined and exported to the United States and Europe for refining.

 
You can read more regarding this subject on the following websites:

Honduras Energy Situation - energypedia.info
AllRefer.com - Honduras - Natural Resources And Energy
Department of Natural Resources and Environment of
Renewable energy in Honduras - Wikipedia
Honduras Natural Resources - Honduras Net Worth
Honduras Is Eager To Preserve Its Environment - Energy
Honduras natural resources - Brazil and Honduras
Renewable Energy Projects And Legal Framework In Honduras
Electricity sector in Honduras - Wikipedia


Honduras Country Studies index
Country Studies main page
About
Contact