Kerix Jad has a globally diverse portfolio of mines and projects. Most mines have extensive reserves of multiple resources, from gold and silver to copper, rare earth minerals and precious gems. In addition to mines, we continue to expand our portfolio into such sectors as energy, water, transportation and cryptocurrency.
Kerix Jad has amassed a staggering portfolio of 241 mines, making it a dominant force in the region. Among these projects, below are two of our highlighted mines:
The Ollaechea - Boasting one of our largest inferred gold reserve in the land with a staggering 6.13 million ounces.
The Siu Ku - Holding a treasure chest of 3.8 million ounces of gold.
Chile boasts a long and illustrious history of gold mining, dating back centuries. Today, it remains a significant player in the global gold market, ranking among the top 20 gold-producing countries.
Kerix Jad's Los Verdes Project is valued at a staggering $13.5 billion US dollars. This project holds immense potential and is expected to make a significant contribution to the Chilean economy. The project is expected to produce an average of 400,000 ounces of gold per year over its 20-year lifespan.
Ecuador boasts a rich history and diverse landscape. But beneath the surface lies another treasure trove – gold. Our Bella Rica Project, a beacon of economic potential valued at a staggering $2.16 billion US dollars. Bella Rica will invest in infrastructure development projects, such as roads and schools, to improve the lives of local residents. The project will offer education and training programs to help local residents develop the skills they need to succeed, and create thousands of jobs for local residents, boosting the local economy and providing valuable skills.
Argentina is quietly emerging as a significant player in the global gold mining landscape. Leading the charge is our Danita Project, a $2.5 billion US dollar beacon of economic promise that is poised to revolutionize the nation's mining industry. Located in the Santa Cruz province, Danita boasts an estimated 1.9 million ounces of gold reserves, offering a lucrative opportunity for both the project's developers and Argentina itself. With a projected mine life of 14 years, Danita is expected to produce an average of 280,000 ounces of gold per year, significantly boosting Argentina's gold production and contributing to the national economy.
Mexico has a rich history of cement production, dating back to the 1800s. Today, the country is a major producer of cement, with several large cement plants in operation. Mexico boasts a rich history of mining, dating back centuries. With our geographically diverse portfolio of operations and projects, Mexico's cement mining industry plays a critical role in the country's economy and development.
2 Mines (In-progress)
Honduras, nestled in Central America, holds a promising future for gold mining. Despite its relatively small size, the country boasts significant potential reserves, attracting both international and local companies. Estimates suggest over 20 million ounces of gold reserves lie untapped within Honduran soil. The industry is relatively young compared to other gold-producing nations, offering exciting growth opportunities.