• antapaccay copper mine in espinar peru

    Antapaccay Copper Mine, Peru - Mining Frontier. 2020-1-11 · Antapaccay copper mine is located in the Yauri district of Espinar Province, southern Peru, at 4,100 metres above sea level. Xstrata acquired the Tintaya open pit mine, comprising of the Antapaccay and …

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    Glencore in Tintaya copper mine in Espinar, Perú | EJAtlas Tintaya is an open-pit mine, functioning since 1985 and controlled by Xstrata since 2006, who later merged with Glencore. Given that it is about to run out of reserves, the production area is growing with the new complexes of Coroccohuayco and Antapaccay, close to the original site.

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  • Antapaccay Copper Mine In Peru

    Antapaccay Copper Mine, Peru Mining Frontier. 2020-1-11 · Antapaccay copper mine is located in the Yauri district of Espinar Province, southern Peru, at 4,100 metres above sea level. Xstrata acquired the Tintaya open pit mine, comprising of the Antapaccay and …

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  • Xstrata Copper Peru – SAXUM – Engineered Solutions

    Client: Xstrata Copper Perú Location: Perú Industry: Mining Optimization of design for primary crusher and secondary crushing system (ball and SAG mills). Tintaya Copper Mine, expansion Antapaccay, of Glencore (ex Xstrata Copper), Peru.Xtrata Copper Peru

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  • Tintaya - Antapaccay, proyecto clave para Xstrata Copper ...

    Jan 02, 2012· Tintaya - Antapaccay, proyecto clave para Xstrata Copper Published on Jan 2, 2012 Entendiendo que Antapaccay es una mina que recién se está …

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  • antapaccay copper mine in espinar peru - MC World

    Antapaccay copper mine is located in the Yauri district of Espinar Province, southern Peru, at 4,100 metres above sea level. Xstrata acquired the Tintaya open pit mine, comprising of the Antapaccay and the Coroccohuayco deposits, from BHP Billiton in 2006. The Antapaccay deposit is situated approximately 10km from the Tintaya mine.

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  • Peru - Glencore

    In Espinar, we own and operate the Antapaccay copper mine, which we acquired in 2013 through the merger with Xstrata. Xstrata had operated the Tintaya copper asset since 2006. By 2012–13, Tintaya had reached the end of its life, and operations began at Antapaccay – using some of Tintaya…

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  • Compañía Minera Antapaccay | LinkedIn

    Compañía Minera Antapaccay es el legado de la mina Tintaya, estamos ubicados en la provincia de Espinar, Cusco. Iniciamos operaciones de producción de cobre en noviembre de 2012, con una ...

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  • Antapaccay, Tintaya Copper Mine | Sonic Enclosures

    Tintaya Open Pit Copper Mine is located in the Peruvian Andres in South America. The Mine employees over 1300 employees with an annual production capacity of 120,000 tons of Copper and 25,000 tons of Gold. Feasibility of an additional ore field, Antapaccay, …

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  • Water contamination near Glencore copper mine in Peru ...

    Water contamination near copper mine: UN complaint against Swiss firm Glencore, Peru and Switzerland. Water contamination and health problems caused by copper mining – these are the claims made against Swiss mining firm Glencore by residents of the area around the Tintaya Antapaccay …

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  • Delivering the Antapaccay Project

    Antapaccay project overview and status Concentrate production to start in October Description • Location: Cusco Region (12km from Tintaya) Copper in resource

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  • Glencore Xstrata and corporate power in Peru

    Nestled in the Southern Peruvian Andes is the province of Espinar, home to Glencore Xstrata's Tintaya and Antapaccay mining projects. The province has a population of over 60,000 people, mostly farmers. The one hundred plus lakes and four major river basins in the area are the region's lifeblood.

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  • Glencore mining faces pushback in Peru - swissinfo.ch

    Copper – a reddish metal central for conducting electricity that has multiple industrial and uses – is the main output of the vast mining effort. Gold, silver and minerals such as molybdenum, used in steel alloys, have also been extracted from the Antapaccay and Tintaya mines.

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  • Antapaccay Copper Mine - Mining Technology | Mining News ...

    Tintaya belongs to Xstrata’s newly formed Southern Peru division, which also includes the Antapaccay, Coroccohuayco and The Tintaya Copper mine has over 1300 employees. Feasibility studies currently underway are expected to confirm the potential of the region to produce over 500,000 tons of copper ...

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  • Xstrata buys Billiton’s Tintaya - International Mining

    Many showed interest, including Rio Tinto, Southern Copper, Phelps Dodge and even Milpo. However, it is Xstrata that has acquired the Tintaya mine and associated satellite deposits in Peru from BHP Billiton. The acquisition price of $750 million comprises an initial cash consideration of $634 million and the assumption of $116 million of debt.

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  • Peru: Glencore copper mine impacts local communities ...

    An Environmental Justice Atlas case study alleges that Glencore's Tintaya and Antapaccay copper mines in Peru have negatively impacted local communities and the environment. The case study alleges that these mining operations are linked to violent repressive action by local authorities. Glencore's Tintaya mine closed in 2013.

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  • Compania Minera Antapaccay S.A. Company Profile - Peru ...

    Its main office is located in Brisbane, Australia. Cia. Minera SA Antapaccay began operations in the provinces of Cotabambas and Grau, Apurimac Region in August 2004. The company currently operates in the mine Tintaya-Antapaccay in the Cusco region and the Las Bambas project in the Apurimac region, mainly extracting copper, lead and silver.

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  • Antapaccay’s Coroccohuayco Project Gets Approval | E & MJ

    The Antapaccay Mining Co., a subsidiary of the Swiss miner Glencore, has been given the green light for the modification of a detailed environmental impact study (MEIA) regarding the development of the Coroccohuayco project in Espinar, Peru, as a new exploitation area, as well as the revival of some components in the Tintaya area, and modifications to the Antapaccay mining unit and the Tintaya ...

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  • Compañía Minera Antapaccay S.A. Company Profile | Espinar ...

    Compañía Minera Antapaccay S.A. is located in Espinar, Cusco, Peru and is part of the Copper & Nickel Mining Industry. Compañía Minera Antapaccay S.A. has 1844 total employees across all of its locations and generates $1.15 billion in sales (USD). There are 167 companies in the Compañía Minera Antapaccay S.A. corporate family.

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  • Xstrata Approves US$4.2 Billion Las Bambas Copper Project ...

    The recently announced US$1.47 billion Antapaccay expansion to the Tintaya operation paves the way for the development of the major Las Bambas greenfield project and together these projects will establish Southern Peru as a first tier copper-producing division for the Xstrata Group. The Antapaccay development will expand production at Tintaya ...

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  • Kaizen Discovery announces drilling results from Pinaya ...

    Kaizen's -owned Pinaya Copper-Gold Project The Pinaya Project is located in the Andahuaylas-Yauri Porphyry-Skarn Belt in southeastern Peru. This Eocene-Oligocene aged belt hosts numerous productive copper-gold porphyry and skarn systems, including Las Bambas, Tintaya, Constancia, Haquira, and Antapaccay.

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  • Major Mines & Projects | Antapaccay Mine

    The Antapaccay metallurgical plant consists of a semi-autogenous grinding mill and two ball mills to prepare feed for a conventional flotation circuit to recover the copper, gold and silver contained in the feed ore into a copper concentrate. The Tintaya metallurgical plant consists of multi-stage crushing followed by ballmilling to prepare ...

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  • Antapaccay Copper Mine, Peru - Snapshot

    The Antapaccay open-pit mine and processing operation are located approximately ten kilometers from former Xstrata’s Tintaya mine. Antapaccay is replacing mining operations at the Tintaya mine following the end of its mine life on the first quarter 2013. The exhausted Tintaya pit is used to store mine tailings from Antapaccay.

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  • Copper Mining in Peru | INN - Investing News Network

    Glencore’s Antapaccay copper mine is brownfield expansion of the massive Tintaya open-pit copper mine and is expected to continue producing through 2030. Antapaccay also produces gold and silver ...

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  • COPPER: Xstrata's Antapaccay ships first copper ...

    Nov 27, 2012· The mine is located approximately 10 km from Xstrata’s Tintaya open pit mine, where mining activities are scheduled to end in the coming months. The most recent resource estimate for the Antapaccay deposit totals over 1 billion tonnes at a grade of 0.49% Cu (0.15% Cu cut-off), including gold and silver by-products.

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  • Antapaccay Copper Mine, Peru - Mining Frontier

    Dec 29, 2014· Antapaccay copper mine is located in the Yauri district of Espinar Province, southern Peru, at 4,100 metres above sea level. Xstrata acquired the Tintaya open pit mine, comprising of the Antapaccay and the Coroccohuayco deposits, from BHP Billiton in 2006. The Antapaccay deposit is situated approximately 10km from the Tintaya mine.

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  • PROJECT: Tintaya-Antapaccay Expansion (Peru)

    proved the development of the Antapaccay copper project as a major long-life brownfield expansion to the Tintaya copper mine in southern Peru. Their first project encom-passed the grouting of 6 soleplates, 1 SAG mill and 2 Ball Mills at the Tintaya-Antapaccay site in Peru.

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  • Environmental Monitoring of Xstrata Tintaya Copper Mine in

    The Tintaya mine will cease operations later this year. Xstrata has invested $1.47 billion to develop the Antapaccay deposit, located 10 kilometres from the Tintaya open pit, which will extend the operation’s life by at least 20 years and provide ongoing socio-economic benefits for the people of Espinar province and the Cusco region.

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