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  • 1. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may notPROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you CANADA may have to delete the image and then insert it again. March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada Part  1  of  2   Mexican Geological Survey
  • 2. I MINING  INDUSTRY  ECONOMIC  INDICATORS  II MEXICO’S  MINERAL  POTENTIAL  III MINES  OPENED  IN  2009,  2010  AND  2011  IV ADVANCED  PROJECTS  V WHY  IS  MEXICO  THE  BEST  MINING  INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY?    
  • 3. SOURCES OF FOREIGN INCOME 2010 70 64,948 60 50 41,682(MUSD) 40 30 20 14,838 11,872 10 0 Automotive Parts Oil Industry Mining Tourism Production Value Source: Bank of Mexico and SGM Statistic Mining Yerabook
  • 4. VALUE  OF  THE  MINING  PRODUCTION   18 17,500 16 14,838 14Million US Dollars 12 10,533 10,468 9,902 10 9,219 8 6,434 5,656 6 4 2 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011e Source:  SGM    StaGsGc  Mining  Yearbook    
  • 5. 2010  NATIONAL  MINING  PRODUCTION,  PARTICIPATION  VALUE   COPPER, GOLD, 16% 25%OTHERS, 29% SILVER, 20% ZINC,Source:  DGPM     10%
  • 6. 2007-­‐2012  MINING  INVESTMENT  PROJECTION   USD$  21,753   millions     4,431 4,484 4,168Million USD$ 3,656 2,858 2,156 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source:  CAMIMEX,  DGPM    
  • 7. I MINING  INDUSTRY  ECONOMIC  INDICATORS  II MEXICO’S  MINERAL  POTENTIAL  III MINES  OPENED  IN  2009,  2010  AND  2011  IV ADVANCED  PROJECTS  V WHY  IS  MEXICO  THE  BEST  MINING  INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY?    
  • 8. A  wide  variety  of  metallogene5c  provinces  occur.  Regional  belts  include  mineral  abundance  of  gold,  silver,  copper,  zinc,  lead,  molybdenum  and  iron,  among  others     Cu,Au   Fe   Cu,Au   Cu,Co,   F   C   Salt   II Mn   Fe   Sr   P   Cu,Au   F   Cu,Zn Mn   ,Pb,A ,Au   g S   Fe   Au,  Ag   Ti   Source: Mexican Geological Survey
  • 9. MEXICAN  SHARE  OF  THE  WORLDWIDE    MINING  PRODUCTION     SILVER 1° 4,410 FLUORITE 2° 1,067,386 WOLLASTONITE 4° 46,548 LEAD 5° 192,062 MOLYBDENUM 5° 10,849 ZINC 6° 570,004 MANGANESE 8° 174,761 GOLD 9° 79 COPPER 12° 270,136Source:  SGM  
  • 10. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1980   1990   1995  Source:  INEGI     2000   GOLD 2005   2010   -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 SILVER 1980   1990   1995   2000   2005   2010   SILVER LEAD 1980   1990   1995   2000   COPPER 2005   2010   (  %  )   COPPER 1980   1990   1995   2000   ZINC 2005   2010   ZINC 1980   1990   1995   PRODUCTION    VARIABILITY    BY    ELEMENT    1980  –  2010   2000   LEAD 2005   2010   1980   1990   1995  Year  base  =  1980  volume   IRON 2000   2005   2010  
  • 11. 2010  TOTAL  PRODUCTION  :  2,552,021 OUNCES = 79.4TON     MINE   STATE   OUNCES/YEAR   PRODUCTION/TON   LOS FILOS GUERRERO 306,144 9.5GOLD  CORP  INC.     PEÑASQUITO ZACATECAS 177,472 5.525.0 % EL SAUZAL CHIHUAHUA 156,062 4.9 TOTAL 639,678 19.9 LA HERRADURA SONORA 400,154 12.4FRESNILLO   LA CIÉNEGA DURANGO 113,397 3.5 23.5 % SOLEDAD DIPOLOS SONORA 61,300 1.9 FRESNILLO ZACATECAS 24,985 0.8 TOTAL 599,836 18.6FRISCO     EL CORONEL ZACATECAS 173,006 5.46.8%ALAMOS  GOLD   MULATOS SONORA 157,187 4.96.1 %AGNICO  EAGLE   PINOS ALTOS CHIHUAHUA 147,372 4.65.8 %NEW  GOLD  GROUP   C. SN PEDRO SLP 114,417 3.64.5 %AuRICO  GOLD   OCAMPO CHIHUAHUA 103,200 3.2  4.0 %COEUR  d´ALANE    MINES   PALMAREJO CHIHUAHUA 102,440 3.2  4.0 %PRIMERO  MINING   TAYOLTITA DURANGO 85,000 2.62.6% TOTAL 882,622 27.5 THESE  COMPANIES  REPRESENT  83%  OF  THE  NATIONAL  PRODUCTION    
  • 12. 2010 SILVER TOTAL PRODUCTION: 4,411  TON  =  MDD  $2,880   MINE   STATE   PRODUCTION/TON   %  FRESNILLO  PLC    25.3% FRESNILLO ZACATECAS 1,117 25.3GOLD  CORP     PEÑASQUITO ZACATECAS 432 9.88.4%  PAN  AMERICAN  SILVER     ALAMO DORADO SONORA 246 5.68.4% LA COLORADA ZACATECAS 122 2.8 LA PARRILLA DURANGOFIRST  MAJESTIC  SILVER  4.6% LA ENCANTADA COAHUILA 205 4.6 SAN MARTÍN JALISCOINDUSTRIAS  PEÑOLES   TIZAPA EDO. DE MÉXICO 131 3.04.3% NAICA CHIHUAHUA 59 1.3PRIMERO  MINING   TAYOLTITA DURANGO 141 3.23.2%AuRICO  GOLD     OCAMPO CHIHUAHUA 134 3.03%COEUR d´ALANE MINES PALMAREJO CHIHUAHUA 112 2.52.5%ENDEAVOR  SILVER     GUANACEVI DURANGO 103 2.32.3%NEW  GOLD                        CERRO  SAN  PEDRO                                  SAN  LUIS  POTOSÍ                                67    1.5  1.5%MINAS  DE  BACIS     EL HERRERO DURANGO 61 1.41.4% TOPIA DURANGO 20 0.4GREAT  PANTHER   GUANAJUATO GUANAJUATO 23 0.50.9%IMPACT  SILVER     ZACUALPAN EDO. DE MÉXICO 23 0.50.5% THESE  COMPANIES  REPRESENT  68%  OF  THE  NATIONAL  PRODUCTION    
  • 13. 2010  TOTAL  PRODUCTION:  270,136  TON    =    595.9  MM  Pounds  =  MMUSD  $2,035     MINE   STATE   TON*   MILLION  POUNDS*   LA CARIDAD SONORA 117,957 260.0  GRUPO  MÉXICO.    53.15 % CANANEA SONORA 20,696 45.6            TOTAL                                      N138,653                                  305.6   MILPILLAS SONORA 21,768 48.0PEÑOLES   OTRAS MINAS VARIOS 14,155 31.213.77 % (Sabinas, Bismark, Fco. I. Madero, Tizapa y Naica)            T  OTAL            35,923                                          79.2  GRUPO  FRISCO   MINERA MARIA SONORA 8,826 19.56.46% OTRAS MINAS VARIOS 8,004 17.6                            TOTAL                                                      16,830                                              37.0    CAPSTONE  MINING   COZAMIN ZACATECAS 16,117 35.5  6.18%NYRSTAR   G – 9 CAMPO MORADO NYRSTAR 4,000 8.8  1.54 % THESE  COMPANIES  REPRESENT  81%  OF  THE  NATIONAL  PRODUCTION   *  Metallic  content  
  • 14. I MINING  INDUSTRY  ECONOMIC  INDICATORS  II MEXICO’S  MINERAL  POTENTIAL  III MINES  OPENED  IN  2009,  2010  AND  2011  IV ADVANCED  PROJECTS  V WHY  IS  MEXICO  THE  BEST  MINING  INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY?    
  • 15. DOLORES Chihuahua Open pit Au, Ag Minefinders 300PINOS ALTOS Chihuahua Open pit Au, Ag Agnico Eagle Mines 240EL TRIUNFO BCS Open pit Au El Triunfo S.A. 23EL CASTILLO Durango Open pit Au, Ag Castle Gold 20LA ENCANTADA Coahuila Underground Ag, Zn, Pb First Majestic 20PEÑASQUITO Zacatecas Open pit Au, Ag, Zn, Pb Gold Corp Inc. 1,490PALMAREJO Chihuahua Open pit Au, Ag Coeur d’Lane 300JALTIPAN Veracruz Open pit S MexiChem 240SAN JUAN BCS Underground P Rofomex 75SOLEDAD-DIPOLOS Sonora Open pit Au Fresnillo-Newmont 70SAN FRANCISCO Sonora Open pit Au Timmins Gold 35EL AGUILA Oaxaca Open pit Au, Ag, Cu, Zn Gold Resources Corp. 25STA. ELENA Sonora Open pit Au, Ag Silver Crest Mines 20EL SAUCITO Zacatecas Underground Ag, Au Fresnillo PLC 302MASCOTA Chihuahua Open pit Au, Ag Agnico Eagle 64SAN JOSE Oaxaca Underground Ag, Au Fortuna Silver 79SAN JOSE Zacatecas Underground Ag, Pb, Zn Arean Silver 18 TOTAL 3,321