Antofagasta is a Chilean-based copper mining group with significant by-product production and interests in transport and water distribution. The Group creates value for its stakeholders through the discovery, development and operation of copper mining operations. The Group is committed to generating value in a safe and sustainable way throughout the commodity cycle.
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We create value for our shareholders through the discovery, development and operation of copper mining operations. The Group has four operating mines in Chile, as well as an extensive growth portfolio.
We integrate social and environmental aspects into our management and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with our stakeholders including employees, partners, contractors, suppliers, communities, civil society and authorities.
Over the past five years, the Group has significantly increased the mineral resource base of its subsidiaries as a result of its own in-house exploration activity.
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Antofagasta has a major organic growth pipeline, predominantly around our existing asset base in Chile. The Group is also developing a longer-term pipeline of international growth opportunities.
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2014 Interim Dividend Update
2014 Half Yearly Financial Report
Changes to Board Committees
September Corporate Presentation
2014 Half Yearly Results Presentation
I am pleased to report a good set of financials for the first six months of 2014, despite the current weaker market conditions. While copper production in the first half of the year was ahead of original expectations, we do not believe that there will be any changes to our copper guidance for the full year. Antofagasta Minerals CEO, Diego Hernandez
Annual Report 2013 (8.3MB)
Sustainable development forms an integral part of our decision making process and supports our business strategy.
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