Los Pelambres
Los Pelambres
60% Owned

Los Pelambres is a sulphide deposit in Chile’s Coquimbo region, 240 km north of Santiago. It produces copper concentrate (containing gold and silver) and molybdenum concentrate through a milling and flotation process.

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Centinela
Centinela
70% Owned

Centinela mines sulphide and oxide deposits 1,350km north of Santiago in the Antofagasta region, one of Chile’s most important mining areas. Centinela produces copper concentrate (containing gold and silver) through a milling and flotation process, and molybdenum concentrate. It also produces copper cathodes, using the solvent extraction and electrowinning (SX-EW) process.

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Antucoya
Antucoya
70% owned

Antucoya is approximately 1,400 km north of Santiago and 125 km north-east of the city of Antofagasta. Antucoya mines and leaches oxide ore to produce copper cathodes using the solvent extraction and electrowinning (SX-EW) process.

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Zaldívar
Zaldívar
50% OWNED Joint Venture

Zaldívar is an open-pit, heap-leach copper mine which produces copper cathodes using the solvent extraction and electrowinning (SX-EW) process. It is located at an elevation of 3,000 metres above sea level, approximately 1,400 km north of Santiago and 175 km south-east of the city of Antofagasta.

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Antofagasta owns and operates four mines. Los Pelambres is located in the Coquimbo region of central Chile and Centinela, Antucoya and Zaldívar are in the Antofagasta region of northern Chile.