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5. MMX INTRODUCTION
High quality mining assets in traditional
Two operating systems: Serra Azul and
Current Capacity: approximately 7 Mtpy;
Mining rights in traditional iron ore districts:
Brazil (Minas Gerais and Mato Grosso do Sul);
Sudeste System | MG
Serra Azul Unit
Bom Sucesso Unit
Production committed with strategic
consumers – China and South Korea –
through long-term contracts;
Brownfield start up in Brazil;
Sudeste Superport | RJ
Strategic port location.
Corumbá System | MS
6. MMX INTRODUCTION
Ingredients for a successful iron ore
SRK and Coffey Mining certifications (Serra Azul, Pau de Vinho e Bom Sucesso): 3,6
billion tons of mineral resources. Reserves of 1 billion tons in Serra Azul.
Low stripping ratio;
Competitive scale – New beneficiation plant;
Energy supply contract with MPX;
Infrastructure with integrated logistics.
Sudeste Superport at 50 Mtpy, expandable to 100 Mtpy, provides gateway to
Long Term Railway Contract with MRS.
64% of future production already committed through long-term contracts.
Experience management team with implementation and operational expertise;
Current Capacity of 7 Mtpy (Serra Azul and Corumbá sites).
7. MMX INTRODUCTION
A lot has been delivered
eligibility for a
Arrival of 2 Ship
Loaders in the
Conclusion of the
supplementary long term
funding for the Sudeste
Superport with BNDES, in
the sum of R$ 935 million;
Sale of all shares
in Minera MMX de
Chile S.A. to
The merger of
civil works at
increase in the
amount of R$
Renewal of the
rights with the
terms of validity
from 2021 to
3.6 billion tons
Serra Azul Unit,
Mina Pau de
Vinho and Bom
executed by the
11. UNIQUE INTEGRATED LOGISTICS
Since Iron ore is a bulk
commodity, an integrated
logistic (mine > railway >
Long-Term contract (20 years).
Wisco will off-take at least 50% of
MMX Sudeste production.
port) is the key factor for
a successful operation.
Long-Term contract (20 years) to
trade iron ore. SK will take-off part of
the Sudeste System yearly production
equivalent to its participation in MMX
SK and Wisco will together
offtake 64% of total production
Serra Azul unit is near to the MRS
railway - 7 km from the mine, a
distance currently traversed by
MMX has a long term contract with
MRS railway, which connects the mine
with the CSN’s port and the Sudeste
Superport, both located in Itaguaí.
Sudeste Superport will have 50Mtpy
iron ore shipping capacity. The
Superport will have a depth of 20
meters, enough to handle Capesize
14. MRS CONTRACT
MMX signed a long term contract for
Contract signed on December 28th 2011;
Long term contract through 2026;
Provides for a volume of up to 36 million tons of iron ore per year.
15. SERRA AZUL
Expansion project with integrated
logistic and pellet feed iron ore
Production target: 15 Mtpy waiting of new partner;
64% of production already committed through long-term contracts;
997.4 million tons of reserves already secured by SRK.
Beginning of construction of Serra Azul Unit expansion;
Construction license issued in April, 2012;
Expected Quality – Ouro Preto pilot plant test work
16. SERRA AZUL
Growth through consolidation while
leveraging existing infrastructure
11 USIMINAS Pau de Vinho
12 Ferrous – Esperança
13 Minera do Brasil
17. UNIDADE SERRA AZUL
Serra azul unit expansion project
Rail terminal connected to the
MRS rail network
Pipeline with approximately 7km
São Joaquim de Bicas
Tailings dam, about 40km away
from the mine, associated with
a tailings pipeline
High voltage power station
23. SUDESTE SUPERPORT
Licensed to 50 Mtpy, expandable to 100 Mtpy;
Licensing for 100 Mtpy underway, public Hearing held
on May, 2012;
Navy Approval to 100 Mtpy;
Construction works for the tunnel and offshore
Fully funded (BNDES);
Definitive agreements executed with Trafigura and
Mubadala to sell 65% of the Sudeste Superport.
Sudeste Superport - Itaguaí
24. USIMINAS AGREEMENT
Pau de Vinho Joint Mining
SRK resources audit : 805 million tons;
Significant synergies with current mining operations at Serra Azul;
13.5% of production at Pau de Vinho will be delivered to Usiminas;
MMX will be responsible for the licensing, CAPEX and operation for 30 years.
Sudeste Superport Handling
Volumes: 12 Mpta;
Usiminas can renew the contract in 2016 for 1 to 5 years.
Current Capacity: 2.1 Mtpy;
Long-term contracts signed with local and
international barge operators;
SRK audit resources report: 192 million tons plus
a potential of an additional 123 million tons;
Sale of assets in progress.