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jambreiro: low capital and operating costs - ready for development
An emerging iron ore producer
in Brazil’s industrial south-east
candonga: a near-term dso production opportunity
ability to produce a High-quality 64-69% Fe lump and coarse sinter product
advanced iron ore projects on the doorstep
of a burgeoning steel industry
Single focus, unlimited opportunity
australian company....brazilian iron ore....
global potential
Highly experienced Australian and Brazilian management team

Brazilian Iron Ore...Australian Expertise...Global Potential…

At Centaurus, we’re building an iron ore business with a difference.

Our projects are located in one of the world’s fastest growing regions – the steel-making heart of south-eastern Brazil. We don’t need to build expensive railway lines or ports, because we will be trucking our ore direct to either world-class steel mills or existing ports with available export capacity.

Our flagship Jambreiro Project is fully permitted for 3Mtpa of production and ready for development, initially as a 1Mtpa operation, and we are rapidly progressing approvals at the nearby Candonga DSO Project to deliver a small-scale, low cost 300,000tpa operation capable of generating significant near-term cash flows.

Our aim is to build iron ore mines capable of delivering high-grade hematite to the domestic steel industry and establishing a future export business for iron production to be sold to global markets, generating substantial operating cash flows and creating significant value for our shareholders.

Centaurus is backed by a strong group of strategic shareholders with a clear vision and long-term commitment to support the creation of a valuable Brazilian iron ore business.

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