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CYPRUS COPPER ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING CHANGES

 CYPRUS COPPER ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING CHANGES
 DENVER, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyprus Copper Co. today announced


management and marketing executive changes for copper and molybdenum. Cyprus Copper, a subsidiary of Cyprus Minerals Co. (NYSE: CYM), earlier announced its move to Phoenix, Ariz.
 "These changes are designed to more fully use the expertise of our people, both those that have been with us for some time and those that are joining the copper company from other parts of Cyprus Minerals," said Cyprus Copper President F. Steven Mooney. "We have people with technical and operating backgrounds that fit our emphasis on Arizona-based management."
 Chris G. Janes, formerly vice president for molybdenum operations in Denver, was named vice president and general manager at Cyprus Miami Mining in Arizona, where a $100 million smelter modernization and expansion project is nearing completion. Janes replaces Dennis K. Mortensen, who becomes manager of plant operations at Cyprus Bagdad.
 Additional changes at Cyprus Miami include the appointment of Robert F. Revitte as manager of human resources, replacing Charles G. Rising, now manager of employee relations and personnel development in Phoenix. Revitte formerly assisted with corporate employee and labor relations in Denver. Kenneth H. Larson was named smelter manager and will continue to supervise the modernization project, replacing Al F. Tittes, who moves to the Green Valley Technical Center in charge of pyrometallurgical support companywide. Also in Arizona, P. K. (Rana) Medhi, formerly manager of Cyprus Casa Grande, was named manager of special projects. Randall Scott and James Hesketh, formerly in corporate assignments in Denver, are joining Cyprus Copper in Arizona. Scott was named manager of development projects and Hesketh will become project manager.
 Louis H. Morse was named vice president and general manager for molybdenum. Formerly manager of business and marketing analysis in Denver, he will oversee molybdenum sales, marketing, and the Cyprus Metec operation in New Jersey. To realize the benefits of his extensive technical background in the industry, Michael J. Fraser was named manager of technical services at the Cyprus Technical Center in Green Valley, Ariz. Formerly he headed molybdenum sales in Denver.
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 /CONTACT: Michael Rounds of Cyprus Minerals, 303-643-5186/
 (CYM) CO: Cyprus Minerals Co.; Cyprus Copper Co.; Cyprus Miami Mining ST: Colorado, Arizona IN: MNG SU: PER


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