Mining Peru 2020, an international congress and exhibition scheduled for April 1-2 in Lima, Peru, promises to closely examine exciting opportunities in Latin America for mining companies and investors.
A related report on key investment projects in Peru has been released by the Vostock Capital team of analysts ahead of the Lima event. The report’s details and other important issues will be discussed at the event. These include:
- Toromocho Expansion (Province Junín). The expansion will bring the processing capacity of Toromocho copper concentrate to 157,000 tons per day and an annual production of refined copper to 300,000 tons. Total investment: US $1.3 billion
- Quellaveco (Province Moquegua). The mining megaproject, for which construction began in August 2018, has reserves for 30 years, making it one of the largest copper deposits in the world. Total investment is US $ 5,300 million.
- Haquira (Province Apurímac). It will have an estimated 20 years of life and its production is estimated at 230 thousand tons of copper during the period of operations. Estimated investment is US $ 1,860 million.
Geological conditions of the region favored the formation of a large variety of mineral deposits with significant reserves, which has resulted in a generous supply of raw materials for the development of road infrastructure, housing, and local industry, making mining an important economic engine for communities across the continent.
The Congress is supported by Peru’s Ministry of Energy and Mining.
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Catalina Velasco – Latin America Marketing Manager