There are more than 332 lead mines in operation globally, of which 127 are in Peru, according to GlobalData’s mines and projects database. The following are the five largest lead mines by production in Peru in 2022, according to GlobalData’s mining database, which tracks more than 33,000 mines and projects from early exploration to closure across more than 150 countries and over 100 commodities. Buy the latest mine-site profiles here.

1. El Porvenir Mine

The El Porvenir Mine is a underground mine located in Pasco. It is owned by Votorantim and produced an estimated 22.2 thousand tonnes of lead in 2022. The mine will operate until 2028. Buy the profile here.

2. Milpo No.1 Mine

Located in Pasco, the Milpo No.1 Mine is owned by Milpo Andina Peru. The mine produced an estimated 18.36 thousand tonnes of lead in 2022. Buy the profile here.

3. Animon Mine

The Animon Mine is located in Pasco. It is owned by Glencore Plc and produced an estimated 16.32 thousand tonnes of lead in 2022. The mine will operate until 2025. Buy the profile here.

4. Cerro Lindo Mine

The Cerro Lindo Mine, owned by Votorantim, is an underground mine located in Ica. The mine produced an estimated 15.6 thousand tonnes of lead in 2022. The mine will operate until 2029. Buy the profile here.

5. Huancapeti Mine

Owned by Compania Minera Lincuna, the Huancapeti Mine is a surface mine located in Ancash. It produced an estimated 14.83 thousand tonnes of lead in 2022. Buy the profile here.

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