In November 2019, the eighth version of Asia Copper Week was held in Shanghai, China, a meeting that brought together the world leaders in the copper mining industry, and is organized every year by the Center of Copper and Mining Studies, CESCO, and China Non Ferrous Industry Association.
Since the beginning of the social crisis in Chile on October 18, there has been a strong impact on the country's economy. However, apparently, the mining sector would not have been mostly affected by this situation, at least from a production perspective, since it has maintained its operational continuity. Although
There are a few months left before one of the most important mining events in Chile. This 2020, Cesco Week will take place between March 23 and 27, and will feature multiple activities related to the national and international industry.
In order to make a technical analysis and political relevance of increasing the production capacity of refined copper in Chile, which is equivalent to increasing the processing capacity of concentrates, a workshop was held in a collaborative work between the Center for Copper and Mining Studies (Cesco), the University of
To achieve a better understanding of the constitutional process that is taking place in Chile, the Center for Copper and Mining Studies (Cesco) invited the Diego Portales University academic, Claudio Fuentes, to give a talk on this new scenario.
It was within the framework of COP 25 in Madrid that the Minister of Environment, Carolina Schmidt, announced that the Government of Chile will enter a draft law on climate change on Wednesday, December 18, to Congress
In the context of the drought that affects the central zone of Chile, the mining company Anglo American has announced that it will change its source of water supply, ceasing to use fresh water, and replacing it with wastewater.
As reported by Pulso, since 2012 the company has worked on a
An increase of USD $ 6,756 millions in mining investments compared to the previous year, the Chilean Copper Commission (Cochilco) announced during its presentation of the 2019-2028 Mining Project Cadastre
Mining is one of the most relevant productive activities for the economic and social development of Chile. It is responsible for 56% of the exports that the country generates, represents 10% of the national GDP and records the largest investment volumes, according to the portfolio of mining projects, that exceeds