Latin Resources was incorporated in Australia for the purpose of acquiring and exploring projects that are prospective for minerals in Peru through its wholly owned subsidiary Peruvian Latin Resources S.A.C.
September 2010: Listed on ASX
February 2011: Acquired a major and potential world class mineral sands project at Guadalupito
August 2011: Completed exploratory drilling program at Ilo
September 2011: Appointed Ausenco for Guadalupito Scoping Study
December 2011: Completed Initial JORC Resource at Guadalupito (Snowdens)
March 2012: Secured Joint Venture Partner for Mariela - Junefield Group
February 2013: Completed JORC Resource of 1.3 BT
October 2013: Binding term sheet signed for sale of Mariela concessions for US $2.5M
October 2013: Commenced new phase of testing on composite samples from 1.073Bt resource at Guadalupito, Northern Peru.
November 2013: Acquired Rio Tinto Borborema Iron ore project in Brazil.
November 2013: Peruvian company to spend US $9M to earn 70% of Latin's Ilo Norte Project.
February 2014: Commenced Drilling at Ilo Norte Copper Gold Target.
May 2014: Exploration begins at Borborema Iron ore project in Brazil.
June 2014: High-grade Copper Intersected at Ilo Norte.
July 2014: Drilling permit approved for Ilo Este Drilling to commence.
September 2014: Intersected Mineralised Copper Porphyry in first hole at Ilo Este.
February 2015: Latin's Partner Zahena to earn 70% of its Ilo Este Project.
March 2015: Ilo Norte Copper-Gold project now 100% owned.
June 2015: New terms agreed with Guadalupito vendors.
July 2015: Zahena Mobilises for Drill Campaign at Ilo Este.
July 2015: Latin signs MOU to evaluate Copper Joint Venture in Chile
May 2016: Latin signs binding term sheet with Lithium Company
June 2016: Latin Claims Historical Lithium Mining Concessions
July 2016: Latin signs Terms Sheet with Major copper producer
September 2016: Latin acquires new Lithium project in Salta, Argentina
October 2016: Concessions granted at Catamarca project, Argentina
November 2016: Latin claims new concessions in San Luis, Argentina
November 2016: Final Concessions Granted at Catamarca, Argentina
January 2017: EIA approved at Catamarca Lithium Project, Argentina
February 2017: Drilling Commences at Ancasti Lithium Project, Catamarca, Argentina
February 2017: Rock chip analysis confirm presence of economic Lithium grades, Maria Del Huerte Mine, San Luis, Argentina
Over 8 years of exploration work and $20M spent to date in South America