Information on investment plans in support of the Company Strategy

Tuesday, 29 May, 2007

The Management Board of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A., in reference to the „Strategy of KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. and the Group for the years 2007 – 2016" as announced on 5 December 2006 (current report 62/2006) hereby presents major investment directions in support of the Company Strategy.

  1. To realise its Strategy, the Company assumes total investment expenditure of PLN 16.3 bln in the period 2007-2016, including appx. PLN 5.9 bln in the years 2007 and 2008.
  2. 22 strategic initiatives and investment projects have been established in the total amount of PLN 10.2 bln, including PLN 6.6 bln on tangible investments, and PLN 3.6 bln on equity investments. The remaining amount of PLN 6.1 bln is to be spent on equipment replacement and on other non-strategic investments.
  3. The projects are aimed at both development and improvement of core business efficiency - PLN 6.9 bln, and diversification and support of Company development – altogether PLN 3.3 bln.
  4. The basis for planning strategic investments is an internal rate of return (IRR) of at least 15% over 20 years.
  5. Following are the major investments and their forecast value:
  • development and mining of the Głogów Głęboki Przemysłowy deposit and construction of the SW4 shaft - PLN 1.5 bln;
  • acquisition of foreign copper ore deposits - PLN 1.5 bln;
  • the metallurgy modernization programme - PLN 1.3 bln;
  • modernization of the ore concentration plants - PLN 1.0 bln;
  • concentrate hydrotransport - PLN 0.2 bln;
  • establishing the Legnica Technological Park together with a dedicated Investment Fund - PLN 0.5 bln;
  • increasing the share capital in Polkomtel S.A. - PLN 1.1 bln;
  • acquisitions of mining and smelting companies in Europe - PLN 0.6 bln;
  • commencement of rock salt production - PLN 0.1 bln;
  • power generation - PLN 1.4 bln.

6. The Management Board also wishes to announce that the decision to include each of the Strategy-supporting projects into the Technical and Economic Plan, and the final decision on their realisation, will be taken in accordance with standard procedures applied by the Company. Consequently the amount and final value of the projects is subject to review and updating in order to prepare them for implementation.

Legal basis: art. 56 sec.1 point 1 of the Act dated 29 July 2005 on public offerings and conditions governing the introduction of financial instruments to organised trading, and on public companies (Journal of Laws Nr 184, item 1539)