Juan Andres Abarca

Mining and Infrastructure Senior Writer, Chile Bureau  in BNamericas

Juan Andrés Abarca joined BNamericas in 2010. He started covering financial services, to then move to the infrastructure and water sectors, and later to the mining and metals sector, which he now covers, focusing on Chile. He has a dual BA degree in history and political science from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

7871 articles written by Juan Andres Abarca:

Codelco submits EIA to modify RT Sulfuros project

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Chilean state copper producer Codelco has submitted an environmental impact assessment to proceed initially with construction of a US$1bn desalination plant as part of the RT Sulfuros expansion of its...

Codelco submits EIA to modify RT Sulfuros project

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Chilean state copper producer Codelco has submitted an environmental impact assessment to proceed initially with construction of a US$1bn desalination plant as part of the RT Sulfuros expansion of its...

In Brief: BHP makes board changes

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP announced the appointment of Terry Bowen and John Mogford to the board as independent non-executive directors effective October 1. The company also announced that ...

Junior corporate roundup: Coro, Azure, Quinto

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Chile-focused Coro Mining completed commissioning of the crusher, agglomerator and the majority of the heap leach pads at its Berta mine in northern Chile and the operation has started ramping up to n...

BHP back to profits in FY17

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP reported an attributable profit of US$5.89bn in its financial year 2017 ended June 30 from a US$6.39bn attributable loss in the year-ago period, thanks to a strong pr...