Mineral Accounts of the Philippines: Monetary Asset Accounts by Resource, Changes in Stock, and Year

Table ID: 3A5EMAM0

Indicator Monetary Asset Accounts for Mineral Resources
Definition The monetary asset accounts for mineral resources provide a valuation of commercially recoverable (or Class A) physical stocks of mineral resources of the country, namely: nickel, gold, copper, and chromite. The accounts present the value of the stock at the beginning and end of each year as well as the changes in value recorded within the year. These changes in stock may be additions (such as discoveries, upward reappraisals, reclassifications, and revaluation) or reductions (such as extractions, downward reappraisals, reclassifications, and revaluation).
Method of Computation / Estimation Procedure Estimation procedure is documented in the Technical Report
Source of Basic Data Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
National Economic and Development Authority
Philippine Statistics Authority
Source Document/ Agency Philippine Statistics Authority
Frequency of Release Annual
Latest Available 2020
Level of Disaggregation National
Remarks The Mineral Accounts of the Philippines are environmental accounts regularly updated by the Environment and Natural Resources Accounts Division of the Philippine Statistics Authority. The accounts were initially developed through the Philippine Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (Phil-WAVES) project implemented from 2014 to 2017.
Contacts Environment and Natural Resources Accounts Division (ENRAD)
Philippine Statistics Authority
16/F Cyberpod Centris Three, EDSA cor Quezon Ave, Pinyahan, Quezon City
Tel:(+632) 8376-2041
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