Strategically Positioned For A World-Class Mineral Discovery
Over 600,000 tonnes of copper produced annually within southern Peru’s coastal copper belt
A history of high tonnage production with economic grade
Host to over 55 million tonnes of copper in published reserves and resources

Why invest?

  • A multifaceted approach in order to increase shareholder value through acquisition, exploration and technical expertise.
  • Prime Peruvian location and properties for copper production due to:
    • Favourable mining laws
    • Access to infrastructure
    • Access to capital and skilled labour
    • Mining friendly political environment
    • Number one contributor to Peruvian GDP
  • Concession properties in one of the world's richest copper districts in the Peruvian Andes Porphyry copper belt.
  • Westminster has a proven mining management team for advancing projects.


Westminster Resources is a Latin American focused mining exploration company. The company is in the process of acquiring a 100% interest in a package of highly prospective copper properties in southern Peru. These properties total over 36,000 hectares within the country's prolific coastal copper belt-source of nearly half of Peru's copper production. Prior work has identified both porphyry and IOCG style mineralization. The company also holds a 100% interest in the 18,000-hectare El Cobre property in Sonora State Mexico, prospective for world-class epithermal and copper-gold porphyry systems.

Why Peru?

  • The country of Peru hosts an extremely active region in the south with private and public companies of all sizes exploring, advancing existing projects, and actively mining.
  • Countries from around the world including Canada, Australia, USA, Mexico, Japan, China, Switzerland, and the UK have invested in polymetallic projects in the south of Peru.
  • Some of the companies involved in the region include Hudbay, Antofagasta, Anglo America, Freeport McMoRan, Minera Chinalco, Southern Peru Copper Corporation, Xstrata Peru, and Rio Tinto.
  • Half of Peru’s total copper production comes from the south of the country.

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