Latin America

Carajás Mine, the world's largest iron ore mine, is located in the state of Para in Northern Brazil. Fully owned by Brazilian miner Vale (CVRD), the mine holds 7.2 billion metric tons of iron ore in proven and probable reserves. The Carajas region boasts the richest reserves and concentrations of…
The Bayóvar Phosphate project is located in the Sechura desert in Piura, Peru. The Bayóvar mine is an open-pit mine with a reserve base of 238mt of phosphate. The project was earlier solely owned by Vale. In July 2010, Vale sold minority stakes in the project to Mosaic and Mitsui.…
The Bajo de la Alumbrera (Alumbrera) copper-gold mine in Argentina is owned and operated by Minera Alumbrera (MAA). It commenced commercial operation in February 1998. The mine is located in Catamarca province, 1,100km north west of Buenos Aires at an altitude of 2,500m. The Argentine state- and provincially-owned mining company,…
The proposed Azuay gold project is located in the Azuay region of south-west Ecuador. The project is owned 65% by PanTerra Gold, which was earlier known as EnviroGold. The property under the scope of project includes two adjacent underground mines, named Pinglio and Papercorp, which occupy 700ha and have been…
Antapaccay copper mine is located in the Yauri district of Espinar Province, southern Peru, at 4,100 metres above sea level. Xstrata acquired the Tintaya open pit mine, comprising of the Antapaccay and the Coroccohuayco deposits, from BHP Billiton in 2006. The Antapaccay deposit is situated approximately 10km from the Tintaya…
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