Myanmar Monywa Copper Mine Project

The Myanmar Monywa Lepataung Copper Mine (L Mine) Project is jointly developed by Wanbao Mining and its Myanmar partners. A large porphyry copper mine with a high level of resource control, the Lepataung copper mine has reserves of up to 5.58 million tons. This project is designed to produce cathode copper through opencast mining, bioleaching, extraction and electrowinning processes. The expected annul output of cathode copper is 100,000 tons.

Wanbao Mining won the Myanmar Monywa Sabetaung and Kyisintaung (S & K) copper mine projects in April 2011. The proved reserves of S & K Mine is 1.23 million tons of copper.The estimated total investment is 487 million USD. Annual output of cathode copper is 50,000 tons.

Myanmar Monywa Copper Mine Project
Kamoya Copper-Cobalt Mine Project

Kamoya Copper-Cobalt Mine Project

Kamoya Mine has 10 ore bodies. The total area is 9.35 km². After two phases of geological prospection, the proved reserves of copper is 1.37 million tons; cobalt, 330,000 tons. Kamoya project has already completed preliminary design and started construction work. First round of investment is estimated 225 million USD.

Pumpi Copper-Cobalt Mine Project

In 2017, Wanbao began to develop the Pumpi Copper-Cobalt Project. 

Pumpi Copper-Cobalt Mine Project
Zimbabwe Platinum Mine

Zimbabwe Platinum Mine

Approximately 80 kilometers from the capital Harare, the 86-square-kilometer platinum mine is located in the central area of the famous Great Dyke in Zimbabwe. The measured, inferred and indicated platinum resources are 800 tons (26 million ounces).