Timeline

Timeline

Silver Production Silver Ounces Produced Revenue Revenue (US$)
1970

2015

2015

Advanced construction of the La Colorada mine expansion and initiated construction of the Dolores pulp agglomeration circuit and the underground mine.

Silver Production 26.12 Moz
Revenue 674.7 million
1970

2014

2014

Initiated the expansion of the La Colorada mine and filed a preliminary economic assessment for the construction of a pulp agglomeration circuit and underground mine option at Dolores. Conducted our first formal stakeholder consultation across all the operations and communities.

Silver Production 26.1 Moz
Revenue 751.9 million
1970

2013

2013

Completed a positive preliminary economic assessment and approved the expansion of the La Colorada mine. We were one out of only seven mining companies in Canada who reported using the Global Reporting Initiative’s new G4 framework.

Silver Production 26 Moz
Revenue 824.5 million
1970

2012

2012

Acquired Minefinders Corporation Ltd. and its flagship Dolores mine in Mexico. Divested the Quiruvilca mine. Began Project Access in Bolivia in partnership with the Government of Canada. Improved the reporting level of the Sustainability Report to Global Reporting Initiative’s level B.

Silver Production 25.1 Moz
Revenue 928.6 million
1970

2011

Filed a preliminary economic assessment for the Navidad Project.

Silver Production 21.9 Moz
Revenue 855.5 million
1970

2010

2010

Completed the acquisition of Aquiline Resources and completed the preliminary economic assessment for the Navidad deposit. Began paying a cash dividend.

Silver Production 24.3 Moz
Revenue $632 million
1970

2009

Launched a friendly offer to acquire Aquiline Resources Inc. and its Navidad project. Published Pan American’s first Sustainability Report.

Silver Production 23 Moz
Revenue 454.8 million
1970

2008

2008

Started production at Manantial Espejo. Substantially completed San Vicente expansion.

Silver Production 18.7 Moz
Revenue 338.6 million
1970

2007

2007

Increased interest in San Vicente to 95% and commenced mine expansion. Advanced Manantial Espejo’s construction.

Silver Production 17.1 Moz
Revenue 302.7 million
1970

2006

2006

Completed Alamo Dorado’s construction. Increased ownership of Manantial Espejo to 100% and began mine construction.

Silver Production 13 Moz
Revenue 255.4 million
1970

2005

Started Alamo Dorado’s construction and completed Manantial Espejo’s Feasibility Study.

Silver Production 12.5 Moz
Revenue 122.4 million
1970

2004

2004

Acquired Morococha mine in Peru.

Silver Production 11.2 Moz
Revenue 92.9 million
1970

2003

2003

Acquired the Alamo Dorado silver project in Mexico and completed La Colorada expansion.

Silver Production 8.6 Moz
Revenue 45.1 million
1970

2002

Started La Colorada mine expansion. San Vicente mine begins small-scale production. Acquired a 50% stake in Manantial Espejo project in Argentina. Acquired small-scale silver stockpiles operation in Peru.

Silver Production 7.8 Moz
Revenue 45.1 million
1970

2001

2001

The rehabilitated Huaron mine commenced production. La Colorada started small-scale production. Started a small-scale, toll milling agreement at San Vicente.

Silver Production 6.9 Moz
Revenue 37.3 million
1970

2000

2000

Acquired the Huaron mine in Peru and began its rehabilitation.

Silver Production 3.6 Moz
Revenue 29.9 million
1970

1999

1999

Entered into a JV agreement with COMIBOL for the participation in the San Vicente project in Bolivia.

Silver Production 3.2 Moz
Revenue 26.9 million
1970

1998

1998

Acquired La Colorada mine in Mexico.

Silver Production 3.1 Moz
Revenue 30.2 million
1970

1997

1997
Silver Production 2.8 Moz
Revenue 27.8 million
1970

1996

1996

Expanded the Quiruvilca mine in Peru.

Silver Production 2.5 Moz
Revenue 27.6 million
1970

1995

1995

Our name changed from Pan American Minerals to Pan American Silver Corp. Aquired the Quiruvilca mine in Perú and listed on NASDAQ with the PAAS ticker.

Silver Production 700 koz
Revenue 6.2 million
1970

1994

1994

Ross Beaty takes over Pan American Minerals a TSX listed company. Acquired Waterloo and Hog Heaven projects.