Pedra Branca is located in the southern part of the Carajás in the state of Pará in the North of Brazil, situated just under 100 kilometres south of Parauapebas and 30 kilometres east of Canaã.
Pedra Branca is up made of two zones, East and West. The Eastern Zone will be developed first and will eventually be complemented by the Western Zone.
The topography around Pedra Branca is flat and facilitates the development and operation of a mine, processing plant and the necessary support infrastructure.
The climate in the region is tropical and humid with two distinct seasons. The dry season extends from June to September and the rainy season from October to May. Annual rainfall is approximately 1,600mm.