One Company,
Thousands of Stories

Every year brings us rich new stories to tell… but the fundamentals remain the same.

Goldcorp continues to be guided by the strategy and the values that have made us North America’s fastest-growing senior gold company and position us to deliver a forecasted 70% growth in gold production over the next five years.

We continue to strive to deliver high-quality production at the lowest possible cost. And our focus on responsible mining, on creating sustainable value, remains unwavering.

We are still committed to continuous improvement in everything we do – delivering strong returns to our shareholders through disciplined execution and by Operating for Excellence.

And that is part of every story we tell.

CANADA AND USA

Operating Mines

RED LAKE

ONTARIO, CANADA

Production   507,700 oz
Processing capacity   3,100 tpd
2P* gold reserves   3.23 moz
Mine type   Underground

PORCUPINE

ONTARIO, CANADA

Production   262,800 oz
Processing capacity   11,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   4.35 moz
Mine type   Underground

WHARF

SOUTH DAKOTA, USA

Production   68,100 oz
Processing capacity  7,800 tpd
2P* gold reserves   0.58 moz
Mine type   Open pit

MUSSELWHITE

ONTARIO, CANADA

Production   239,200 oz
Processing capacity  4,500 tpd
2P* gold reserves   2.29 moz
Mine type  Underground

MARIGOLD

NEVADA, USA

Production   96,300 oz
Processing capacity   33,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   3.28 moz
Mine type   Open pit
Ownership   66.7%

Development Projects

ÉLÉONORE

QUÉBEC, CANADA

Annual production (est.)   600,000 oz
Processing capacity   7,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   3.03 moz
M&I resource   0.48 moz
Inferred resource   4.17 moz
Status   Construction
First production   Late 2014

COCHENOUR

ONTARIO, CANADA

Annual production (est.)   225,000–250,000 oz
Processing capacity   1,500 tpd
2P* gold reserves   0
M&I resource   0
Inferred resource   3.25 moz
Status   Construction
First production   H1’2015

MEXICO

Operating Mines

PEÑASQUITO

ZACATECAS STATE, MEXICO

Production   411,300 oz
Processing capacity   130,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   15.69 moz
Mine type   Open pit

EL SAUZAL

CHIHUAHUA STATE, MEXICO

Production   81,800 oz
Processing capacity   6,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   0.22 moz
Mine type   Open pit

LOS FILOS

GUERRERO STATE, MEXICO

Production   340,400 oz
Processing capacity   70,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   7.43 moz
Mine type   Open pit, Underground

Development Projects

CAMINO ROJO

ZACATECAS STATE, MEXICO

2P* gold reserves   1.63 moz
M&I resource   0.57 moz
Inferred resource   0.01 moz
Status   Feasibility
First production (oxides)   2016

NOCHE BUENA

ZACATECAS STATE, MEXICO

2P* gold reserves   0
M&I resource   0.96 moz
Inferred resource   0.24 moz
Status   Feasibility
First production   +2015

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

OPerating Mines

MARLIN

GUATEMALA

Production   207,300 oz
Processing capacity   6,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   1.00 moz
Mine type   Underground

ALUMBRERA

CATAMARCA, ARGENTINA

Production   136,600 oz
Processing capacity   104,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   0.93 moz
Mine type   Open pit
Ownership   37.5%

PUEBLO VIEJO

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Production   44,700 oz(1)
Processing capacity   24,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   10.01 moz
Mine type   Open pit
Ownership   40%

Development Projects

CERRO NEGRO

ARGENTINA

Annual production (est.)   525,000 oz(2)
Processing capacity   4,000 tpd
2P* gold reserves   5.74 moz
M&I resource   0.51 moz
Inferred resource   0.82 moz
Status   Construction
First production   Late 2013

CERRO BLANCO

GUATEMALA

2P* gold reserves   0
M&I resource   1.27 moz
Inferred resource   0.67 moz
Status   Scoping
First production   +2015

EL MORRO

CHILE

Annual production (est.)   TBD(3)
Processing capacity   TBD(3)
2P* gold reserves   6.73 moz
M&I resource   0.30 moz
Inferred resource   3.85 moz
Status   Permit suspended
First production   –
Ownership   70%

(1) Pueblo Viejo achieved first gold production in August 2012.

(2) First five years of production.

(3) Project under review.

* 2P refers to Proven and Probable Mineral Reserves. Complete Mineral Reserves and Resources tables are found on the inside back cover.