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Chile Copper
 
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Educational video by Consejo Minero (Chilean Mining Council) on the copper production process, the metal's properties and uses as well as the importance of mining to Chile, world leader in copper production. Video produced in 2013 by Smog (www.smog.tv) This video can be used freely for educational purposes. Consejo Minero is the association of the largest mining companies operating in Chile, including national and foreign companies, both private and state owned. More information at: www.consejominero.cl
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Potrerillos of yesterday - Potrerillos del ayer- Codelco - Mining Company of Potrerillos
 
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Potrerillos of yesterday The Potrerillos deposit was located in the desert of Atacama to 125 kilometers to the east of the port of Chañaral and to a height of 2,900 meters on the level of the sea. By 1906 the deposit was exploited in a traditional way by the Mining Company of Potrerillos, by Enrique Echeverría. When in 1910 William Braden moved away from El Teniente, his interest was concentrated in Potrerillos, acquiring in 1913 the deposit. Engineer Braden estimated that Potrerillos was an area capable of rivaling Chuquicamata. However, new drilling yielded disappointing results. Faced with such conclusions, Braden sold Potrerillos in January 1916 to the American conglomerate Anaconda Copper Company, which organized the Andes Copper Mining Company as its subsidiary to exploit the mineral. In charge of the deposit was put to the engineer L.R. Wallace, who opted to mine the mine underground, through the system of sinking blocks. For the treatment of the minerals would raise a plant to benefit sulfides, and another of leaching, to treat the oxides. Also contemplated a thermoelectric plant located in the new port of Barquitos, that would be constructed next to Chañaral. Eight kilometers from the mine would rise the main mining camp, while the water would be brought from the Andes by means of a pipe. Finally, the transportation problem would be solved by constructing a railroad from the mine to the state railroad station in Pueblo Hundido, which in turn reached the port of Chañaral. At the end of 1917 the first works began, those that in 1919 were already quite advanced. However at the end of that year, the copper market was affected by the post-war crisis, which led to the Anaconda to paralyze the work to a great extent. In 1925 the work was resumed under the direction of William Wraith, so that the following year the sulphide plant was ready, and in 1928 the leach plant. By 1929 Potrerillos was already in full operation, producing 73,800 tons of fine copper. At the end of the 1940s the depletion of the Potrerillos deposit began. Facing this situation Anaconda Copper Company began an exploration program in search of some deposit near the metallurgical facilities in order to take advantage of the existing infrastructure. Finally, a few years after the deadly date, the Indio Muerto deposit was discovered, which would allow the Andes Copper Mining Company to survive as a manager of the new mineral that was rightly called El Salvador. _________________________________________________________________ El yacimiento de Potrerillos estaba ubicado en el desierto de Atacama a 125 kilómetros al oriente del puerto de Chañaral y a una altura de 2.900 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Hacia 1906 el yacimiento era explotado en forma tradicional por la Compañía Minera de Potrerillos, de Enrique Echeverría. Cuando en 1910 William Braden se alejó de El Teniente, su interés se centró en Potrerillos, adquiriendo en 1913 el yacimiento. El ingeniero Braden estimaba que Potrerillos era un yacimiento capaz de rivalizar con Chuquicamata. Sin embargo, nuevas perforaciones arrojaron resultados desalentadores. Frente a tales conclusiones, Braden vendió Potrerillos, en enero de 1916, al conglomerado norteamericano Anaconda Copper Company, la que organizó la Andes Copper Mining Company como su filial para explotar el mineral. Codelco Chile
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Hexagon 2012 CEO Keynote: Gerhard Sallinger - Large Mining Project in Chile, Codelco
 
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Gerhard Sallinger, Intergraph PP&M President, featured two videos during the Hexagon 2012 CEO Keynote. This video features El Teniente the world's largest underground copper mine project in Chile. El Teniente is operated and owned by Codelco, the biggest copper producing company in the world. The mine is undergoing a major expansion to extend copper output. Codelco turned to Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM), a leading mining engineering company for this project. SKM uses Intergraph's Smart 3D design software
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Turner's Travels Presents The World's Largest Opencast Copper Mine
 
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Turner's Travels presents the world's largest opencast copper mine; the world's largest man-made hole at Chuquicamata, courtesy of Codelco Mining company
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SKF - Copper mining at the driest place on earth
 
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SKF provides a variety of products and solutions for the enormous Chuquicamata open pit copper mine in northern Chile. Find out more at http://bit.ly/KYY4nP Related vidoes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHAMfvkh8jw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zvtpta52pfI The Chuquicamata copper mine is run by the largest copper producer in the world - Chilean Codelco. In this enormous copper mine, a 24/7 operation, there is no time for downtime. SKF has pulled ideas and solutions from different platforms to help the plant reduce maintenance cost and increase reliability. Since 1907, SKF has been changing the world through the power of knowledge and engineering. SKF makes everything from lubrication systems to mechatronics and our products & solutions can be found in almost anything that rolls or moves, from space shuttles to skateboards. Visit us at http://www.skf.com. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/SKFGroup for daily updates.
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2007 Chile   North, Désert de L' Atacama, Chuquicamata, Codelco, Cuivre, Cobre
 
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Le Plus Grand Trou du Monde : 4 kilomètres de diamètre et 1 kilomètre de profondeur WIKIPEDIA : La mine de Chuquicamata, au Chili, est la plus grande mine de cuivre à ciel ouvert du monde. Située dans le désert d'Atacama au nord du Chili à 15 km de la ville de Calama et à 250 km au nord-est d'Antofagasta, cette mine contient à elle seule 13 % des réserves de cuivre du monde. La mine a une forme elliptique, sa superficie est d'environ 8 km² et sa profondeur atteint par endroit plus de 850 m, ce qui en fait la deuxième mine à ciel ouvert la plus profonde du monde après la mine de Bingham Canyon (1,21 km de profondeur) dans l'Utah aux États-Unis. Elle appartient au groupe d'État chilien Codelco. La production de la mine a été d'environ 1 200 000 tonnes de cuivre en 2007 auquel se rajoutent 125 000 tonnes du site de Radomiro Tomić situé à 7 km au nord. ... En 1912, l'entreprise Guggenheim Bros acquiert les terrains de la mine de Chuquicamata. La construction débuta en février 1913 et la production démarra en mars 1915. Le 18 mai 1915, la première barre de cuivre de l'histoire contemporaine de la mine fut produite. Guggenheim Bros continua l'exploitation de la mine sous les noms Chilean Exploration Co, Chile Copper Co., et Anaconda Copper company. jusqu'à la nationalisation de l'extraction de cuivre par le gouvernement de Salvador Allende vers les années 1971-1972. Actuellement, l'exploitation de la mine est assurée par Codelco, entreprise détenue à 100 % par l'État chilien. La mine a été visitée par le fameux Che Guevara CODELCO en ES : https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codelco
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Codelco chief on copper production cuts | FT Markets
 
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Copper prices trading close to their lowest level in six years but Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, increased production last year. Óscar Landerretche, chairman of Chile's state-owned company, talks to the FT'S Henry Sanderson about copper production cuts and cost-cutting. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Codelco Faces Union Revolt As Chuqui Goes Underground
 
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Codelco Faces Union Revolt As Chuqui Goes Underground Chile’s state copper company Codelco is pushing ahead with plans to thin the workforce despite sharp union opposition at its Chuquicamata operation as it converts from openpit to underground mining, CEO Nelson Pizarro says. Tom Azzopardi in Santiago Chile’s state copper company Codelco is pushing ahead with plans to thin the workforce despite sharp union opposition at its Chuquicamata operation as it converts from openpit to underground mining, CEO Nelson Pizarro says. The giant Chuquicamata ope... -------------------- Don't forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBDtzKCwzb_aRNOQzkZJDHQ?sub_confirmation=1
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Professionals at codelco's radomiro tomic mine ink wage deal
 
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Professionals at codelco's radomiro tomic mine ink wage deal Close Professionals at Codelco's Radomiro Tomic mine ink wage deal SANTIAGO – Chile's state-run copper company Codelco has signed a new collective contract with the professionals' union at its Radomiro Tomic mine, the company said on Thursday. The agreement, which will last 35 months, includes no salary adjustment, but does give workers a one-time bonus of 6.35-million pesos, or $10 140. "With 86% approval, the union voted for the agreements reached in the negotiation process," the firm said in ...
Chile mining giant accused of poisoning water
 
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The world's biggest gold mining company has been accused of poisoning Chile's water supplies.   Last month, an appeals court suspended a controversial development by Barrick Gold Corp on the border with Argentina.   It followed claims the mining giant ignored environmental regulations. Teresa Bo has more from Vallenar in the Andes mountains.
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Patricia Garcia - Case study for a Chilean mining company | Worldwide Recruitment Solutions
 
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Patricia is the Regional Manager for Latin American in the Mining division. She works specifically within Chile, Peru and Colombia. http://www.worldwide-rs.com/latinamerica
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Workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata mine threaten strike
 
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Workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata mine threaten strike SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Workers at Codelco’s Chuquicamata copper mine in Chile, the state miner’s second largest by output, are threatening to walk off the job soon to protest plans to transform the century-old open pit into an underground mine, a union leader said on Monday. Four of the Chuquicamata’s six workers’ unions voted to go ahead with strikes, alleging the company’s plans to overhaul the mine - a key cog in its $39 billion 10-year drive to update its aging deposits - had failed to address... -------------------- Don't forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBDtzKCwzb_aRNOQzkZJDHQ?sub_confirmation=1
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Chile´s Codelco says unions at Salvador mine reject early wage deal
 
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Chile´s Codelco says unions at Salvador mine reject early wage deal SANTIAGO, June 23 (Reuters) - Chile´s Codelco, the world’s top copper miner, said late on Friday evening that workers’ unions at its small Salvador copper division had rejected an early wage deal from the company, pushing off further negotiations until later this year when its contract expires. The state-run miner said workers at its Potrerillos and Benito Tapia Tapia unions, both part of its Salvador Division, had voted against a preliminary offer from the company that included a signing bonus ... -------------------- Don't forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBDtzKCwzb_aRNOQzkZJDHQ?sub_confirmation=1
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American Rescue Team in Chile -Jeff Hart
 
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In August 5, 2010, the San Jose Mine in Chile collapsed and trapped 33 miners under more than 2,000 ft. The owners of the mine lacked the resources and equipment to save those men, so the government of Chile asked the state-owned Codelco mining company to take the lead. Codelco, incapable of providing the best rescue effort, turned to the American-Chilean company Geotec Boyles Bros., an affiliate to Layne Christensen Co., to handle the rescue operation. Geotec assembled the best group of people for this mission, they called in engineers from two Pennsylvania companies -- Schramm Inc., maker the T130 drill rigs, and Center Rock Inc., which makes the drill bits, and the best drillers in the world, specialized in the use of the T-130 drill. One of the them is Jeff Hart, from Denver, Colorado who was called in from Afghanistan. He could not afford to make a mistake, there were human lives at risk, and after weeks of being drilling day and night, he successfully broke into the mine on Saturday, October 9 2010. I was very disappointed not to hear the president of Chile Sebastian Piñera say one word of gratitude toward the Americans involved in this rescue effort during the pulling out of the first miners, but Americans didn't really care about that, all they care was to respond to the call when the people of Chile needed them, as Americans are always the first ones to respond when tragedy and disaster strike anywhere in the world, providing any kind of aid or their best. Just a note for those who "feel right" when they hate Americans, any American. The whole rescue team: James Stefanic, operations manager, Geotec; Jorge Herrera, helper, Layne; Mat Staffel, drill operator, Layne; Eugenio Eguiguren, executive vice president international, Geotec; Doug Reeves, helper, Layne; Pedro Buttazzoni, CEO, Geotec; Jeff Hart, driller, Layne; and Raul Lyon, executive vice president for Chile, Geotec; Brandon Fisher, owner of Center Rock Inc
De Solminihac Says Codelco Will Remain Public Company
 
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Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Chilean Mining Minister Hernan de Solminihac discusses the nation's copper industry and the outlook for Codelco, the world's largest producer of the metal. He speaks with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."
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Chile: Copper Workers on Strike
 
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Workers employed by service contractors at Chile’s state-owned CODELCO, the world’s top copper mine, have gone out on strike, blocking roads and setting up barricades. They are demanding a benefits package similar to that offered to the company’s direct employees. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/chile-copper-workers-on-strike/
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Chile: Mine Worker Shot During Protest
 
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After four days of a strike against the state-owned copper company Codelco, a worker was shot dead on Friday in the northern Atacama region. The Confederation of Copper Workers said that Nelson Quichillao, 47, was shot by police near Codelco's Salvador mine. The strike was organized by contract workers for the right to negotiate a benefits package similar to that given to direct Codelco employees. teleSUR. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/chile-mine-worker-shot-during-protest/
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Chilean copper miners strike over reform plans
 
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Chilean miners hurled slogans against President Sebastian Pinera's government during a one-day strike Monday to protest plans they say will move the world's largest copper company, Codelco, toward privatization. The Federation of Copper Workers, which represents 15,000 of the company's 20,000 employees, called for the strike, which will be the company's first in 18 years.Duration: 00:30
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chilean copper mines
 
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Contact Us For Help: http://wwa.stonecrushersolution.org/solutions/solutions.html Chilean copper mines turn to seawater, but not desal, Weekly The use of seawater in Chile’s copper mines grew by 88% to 209,350m3/d in 2014, but only 37% of this total was desalinated, according to the latest water use report Mine collapse traps 34 copper workers in Chile, azcentral.com SANTIAGO, Chile, Rescuers scrambled Friday to dig out 34 copper mine workers trapped nearly 1,000 feet (300 meters) below ground after a tunnel caved in. Copper faces threat of Chile mine strike, FT.com Copper markets were facing the prospect of production shutdowns at Chilean mines accounting for about 14 per cent of global output, as workers at Codelco, the state As rivers dry up, Chile copper mines turn to the Pacific for CAIMANES, Chile, April 12 (Reuters), Alvaro Badillo remembers a time when his dad would take him fishing in the stream just a stone's throw away from the dusty Anglo American Sells Chilean Copper Mines for $300 Million LONDON, , Anglo American PLC (AAL.LN) said Monday it has agreed to sell two chilean copper mines to a consortium led by investment firm Audley Capital Advisors LLP for Chilean Copper Mines chilean copper mines slowly resume operations as power Chile's largest mines are apparently undamaged, but the potential for disruptions on deliveries from the Chile News & Business: President Michelle Bachelet Allocates Chilean President Michelle Bachelet is focused on ensuring the future of one of the country's most lucrative businesses: copper. Copper makes up 20 percent of chilean copper mines, cost of stone manufacturing plant of Visit to the largest copper mine in the world, Welcome Chile. Chuquicamata is the largest copper mine in the world to which Chile owes its prosperous economy and the Copper Mining in Chile: Part I, Investing News Network Chile has the world's largest copper reserves and is also the largest producer and exporter of the metal. In 2011, Chile expects global copper output will reach 16.5 Swingplane Ventures on Course to Develop Chilean Copper Swingplane Ventures on Course to Develop Chilean Copper Property By Steven Ralston, CFA Swingplane Ventures Inc. (OTC BB: SWVI ) holds an option. Braden Copper Co, Aggleton "Official" Chilean description of El Teniente . El Teniente copper mine is the largest underground mine in the world. Developed by the Braden Copper Company, then 3 Largest Copper Mines in the World, Investing News Network Chuquicamata mine. Also located in Chile, the Chuquicamata copper mine is owned and operated by Codelco, a Chilean state, owned copper mining company. UPDATE 1, UK fund to buy Anglo's Chile copper mines, paper The Mantoverde and Mantos Blancos copper mines are expected to fetch between $500 million and $1 billion. Mining and trading company Glencore Plc, former Major Chilean Copper Mines Go On Strike, Companies Workers at two mines owned by Chile's Codelco company, the world's biggest copper mining concern, went on strike on Jan. 4 demanding higher pay and better Copper mines in Chile images Los Pelambres mine: The Los Pelambres mine is a large copper mine located in the central, northern of Chile in Coquimbo Region. Los Pelambres represents one of the Anglo American sells two copper mines in Chile One year after announcing an agreement to sell its 50% interest in U.K. building materials group Lafarge Tarmac for US$1.6 billion, Anglo American (LSE: AAL; NASDAQ Anglo American sells stake in Chilean mines, Telegraph Anglo American sells stake in Chilean mines Anglo American, the mining giant, has sold a 24.5pc stake in its south chilean copper mines to Mitsubishi Strikes on at Chilean copper mines, Mag content from IndustryWeek posted a story on Jan. 4 from Agence France Presse that workers at two copper mines in Chile have gone on strike Escondida Copper Mine, Atacama Desert, Chile, NASA The impoundment area for waste materials associated with the Escondida Copper Mine in Chile is centered in this astronaut photograph from December 9, 2009. Home [mineschile.com] Mining is the main economic activity in Chile, with significant presence in the northern zone of our country. The Atacama Desert is a unique place in the world Anglo American Sells Chilean Copper Mines for $300 Million Anglo American Sells chilean copper mines for $300 Million , , 2nd Update,Read most current stock market news, Get stock, fund, etf analyst reports from an independent Gold Mining in Chile, Wealth Daily Gold World editor Luke Burgess discusses gold mining exploration, development and production in Chile. Mining Copper in Africa, Blog KPMG Africa In February 2013, KPMG in Chile publ
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Chile Copper Mine Water Use Seen Rising Rapidly in Next Decade
 
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Water consumption in Chile's vast copper mining industry is set to rise 66 percent by 2025, with companies increasingly turning to seawater to meet mine demand, a study by state copper commission Cochilco showed on Tuesday. Most of the copper mines in Chile are located in the Atacama, the world's driest desert, and a series of droughts has raised concerns about water use in the country. Seawater desalination plants are forecast to cover a third of water demand by miners in 10 years' time, from around 9 percent currently, according to Cochilco. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/environment/~3/2jli9BTnc5Y/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Codelco CIO, Marco Orellana, discusses how the world's largest mining company is leveraging BPOS
 
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Chris Capossela, Senior Vice President, Information Worker Product Management Group at Microsoft, had a chance to sit down with Codelco CIO, Marco Orellana to discuss how the world's largest mining company is leveraging the Microsoft Business Online Productivity Suite to improve employee communication and collaboration.
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Workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata mine threaten strike
 
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Workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata mine threaten strike SANTIAGO – Workers at Codelco's Chuquicamata copper mine in Chile, the State miner's second largest by output, are threatening to walk off the job soon to protest plans to transform the century-old openpit into an underground mine, a union leader said on Monday. Four of the Chuquicamata's six workers' unions voted to go ahead with strikes, alleging the company's plans to overhaul the mine - a key cog in its $39-billion 10-year drive to update its aging deposits - had failed to address the concer...
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#MineriaViva Brazo Robótico División Salvador
 
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Conoce cómo trabaja el brazo robótico de División Salvador que toma muestras del concentrado de cobre.
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Codelco chief on cheap copper | FT Business
 
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Codelco is the world’s largest copper producer but faces prices for the metal that are at their lowest levels in six years due to weak demand from China, the largest consumer. How does the company see the outlook? For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Chile: Contract Copper Workers Declare Strike
 
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Contract workers with the Chilean state company Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, went on strike Tuesday and blocked access to several mines. They demand direct bargaining with Codelco instead of with the private firms that hired them and a benefits package similar to that of the company's direct workers. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/chile-contract-copper-workers-declare-strike/
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Digital transformation of mining, in partnership with Cisco
 
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One year ago we launched our digital transformation, in partnership with Cisco. Together, we’re harnessing the power of digital technology to make mining safer, faster, more efficient, and more transparent. Here’s a look at what we’ve been up to over the past year—and we’re just getting started! There’s lots more to see → http://barrickbeyondborders.com/mining/
Chile: Miners strike causes world copper prices to soar
 
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1. M/S Strikers around bonfire 2. W/S Picket on highway Chile: Miners strike causes world copper prices to soar Striking workers at the Andina copper mine north of Chile's capital Santiago picketed the highway leading to the mine on Tuesday as part of a 24-hour worker's strike across the publicly-owned copper industry. Copper prices spiked worldwide as operations at the world's largest copper producer Codelco ground to a halt. Workers at the state mining company downed tools demanding a revision of Codelco's pension and healthcare policies, changes to local labour laws and the renationalisation of privatised copper assets. Employees in the dangerous industry fear cuts to their pay and benefits, as well as the threat of increasing use of sub-contracted labourers with fewer rights. The price of copper rose for a second day at the London Metal Exchange on Tuesday in anticipation of the strike, as copper for delivery in three months climbed more than a whole percentage point to $7,532 (€5,757) per metric tonne. Work in private mines, including sites operated by multinational companies BHP Billiton, Anglo American and Antofagasta Minerals continued as normal, as workers took only partial strike action. Miners at the world's largest copper mine, BHP Billiton's Escondida facility in the Atacama Desert, delayed the start of an 8 am shift by two hours while workers at Anglo American's Los Broncos mine blocked the supply road. Codelco currently owns the world's largest copper reserves, and is expected to produce 1.7 million tonnes of copper this year, over a third of the global copper supply.
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Codelco's big investment
 
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Codelco, the world's biggest copper producer, has an investment plan of around $23bn to ensure its continued health. Oscar Landerretche, the mining company's chairman, explains to the FT's Neil Hume the financing behind the plan. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Positive Results Despite Strikes and Production Cuts - Mining Minutes - Kitco News
 
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Kitco News discusses strikes, production cuts as well as full year results in the mining industry. We look into mining companies Codelco, Newcrest Mining Limited, Centamin PLC and Excellon Resources Inc. In Chile, Codelco, the world's leading copper producer, has had issues with copper exports as strikes block the country's main ports. Codelco's Radomiro Tomic mine temporarily suspended operations due to a worker's recent death onsite. Newcrest, Australia's largest gold miner, has trimmed its gold production expectations due to damages at its Papua New Guinea mine. The mine is expected to operate at reduced capacity for the next 5-7 weeks. Centamin released strong production results in 2012 reporting 263,000 ounces of gold for the year. The company still faces issues with the Egyptian government regarding its Sukari mine but is now focusing on getting exploration licenses in Ethiopia. Excellon is well positioned despite its La Platosa mine being shut down for about 3 months due to a mine blockade. Kitco News, April 1, 2013. Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for precious metals investors: http://kitcomm.com -- Or join the conversation on social media: @KitcoNewsNOW on Twitter: http://twitter.com/kitconews --- Kitco News on Facebook: http://facebook.com/kitconews --- Kitco News on Google+: http://google.com/+kitco --- Kitco News on StockTwits: http://stocktwits.com/kitconews
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Strategy and Collaboration Event in Santiago de Chile
 
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A Strategy and Collaboration Event was organized by Tantum Group (Symnetics in Chile) and Diario Financeiro, the most read Business Newspaper in Chile on August 5, 2014. Present at the event were the Chilean Minister of Energy and President of Codelco, the most important copper mining company in Chile and in the world. Also present were Jorge Gerdau, Chairman of the Board of Gerdau, one of the leading steel mills in Latin America and in the world, as well as, Harvard Business School Professor, Robert Kaplan. Prof. Robert Kaplan presented and discussed the latest management developments in managing strategy in a collaborative way among governments and between governmental institutions and the private business sector.
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Sewell, Mining Town in The Andes | The City of Stairs, Chile
 
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Sewell, Mining Town in The Andes | The City of Stairs, Chile The mining town of Sewell is located on the slopes of the Andes on Cerro Negro at an altitude of between 2,000 and 2,500 metres. It is 50 miles south of Santiago and 26 miles up the mountain from Rancagua. First called El Teniente, the town was once an isolated copper mine but is now an uninhabited historical site and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been recognized as a great cultural and architectural work, a unique mountain community that defied the elements and the difficulties to prosper: the only one like it in Chile. Sewell is known as the "city of stairs", housed miners and employees who worked in what was the world's largest underground mine, El Teniente. Copper deposits were known to exist at el Teniente from the 15th century when raw materials were exported by the Spanish. In 1897 the owner of the mining rights initiated a survey of the copper seams and discovered a huge potential for extracting copper which would require great investment. An approach was made in 1903 to the North American mining engineer William Braden. Braden arrived in Chile in 1904 and began acquiring the property. Together with E W Nash, president of the American Smelting Company and Barton Sewell, the founder and Vice-President they created the Braden Copper Company in 1904. In 1905 they bought the Chilean copper mine. In 1915 the town was re-named Sewell after Barton Sewell the company’s first president. Over the next two years the infrastructure was developed and machinery was imported from the United States. By 1906 the first mill and concentrator had been erected, a lift and electricity generator installed. The installations were cutting edge technology of the day to be used in an extremely remote and hostile environment. Mining was officially authorised to begin in 1905. A narrow gauge railroad line between Sewell and Rancagua was started in 1907 and was in full use by 1911. The operation base and administrative headquarters were located at Rancagua which rapidly developed into a town. A new town was developed at Sewell where the mine was located. Electricity was generated at Coya and the huge buckets of the copper ore snaked down the hill to the smelted works at Caletones. By 1918 the Sewell mining camp housed 14,000 people, but was largely abandoned in the 1970s. The town was built on a terrain too steep for wheeled vehicles around a large central staircase rising from the railway station. Along its route formal squares of irregular shape with ornamental trees and plants constituted the main public spaces or squares of the town. Off the central staircase, paths ran along the contours leading to smaller squares and secondary staircases linking the town’s different levels. The buildings lining the streets are timber, often painted in vivid green, yellow, red and blue. By the early 1960s it had a population of 16,000, men, women and children of many nationalities. Despite all goods having to be brought in by narrow gauge railroad the camp was a complete city in itself. The railroad was also the only way in for the workers and their families. Sewell was known as the city of stairs as there were no roads. The mine became the largest and deepest underground mine in the world, with about nine hundred miles of underground galleries. After the death of Barton Sewell in 1915, the Guggenheim brothers began to open new copper mines in the north of Chile and took control of the Braden Copper Company, by 1916 they owned 95 percent of the company. Despite being prosperous, conditions at the mine were hard and dangerous. In 1945 a major tragedy occurred when a fire in the entrance to the mine caused smoke to enter the galleries below causing the deaths of 355 workers. This led to a government investigation and a national debate on safety legislation and the power wielded by foreign companies. The company responded by developing a large department for industrial safety. By the 1950s Chile had become the second largest copper producer in the world. In 1967 the Chilean government gained a 51% share of the mine and in 1971 the industry was nationalised and the company became a division of the Copper Corporation of Chile. This brought changes and a decision was taken to move the population of Sewell further down the valley, in order to provide better facilities and soon after 1977 it was dismantled. Sewell is the only mountain industrial mining settlement of considerable size of the 20th century to have been built for year-round use. A bridge in the mining town of Sewell, atop the Andes mountains some hundred kilometers south of Santiago, the capital city of Chile. Like us and Join us at Xtreme Collections for more fun and knowledge.
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CODELCO - Potrerillos Smelter
 
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General view of Potrerillos smelter
rescate mineros CHILE ,comunicado del Gte. Riesgos Teniente Codelco .
 
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Entrevista efectuada por CNN CHILE , hoy 23 de Agosto/2010 al Sr. Gerente de Riesgos Profesionales Teniente Codelco , informando sobre el estado de los 33 mineros encontrados vivos en la Mina San José Copiapó.
Codelco May Seek Bank Loans for $600 Million in 2nd Half
 
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April 6 (Bloomberg) -- Diego Hernandez, chief executive officer of Codelco, talks with Bloomberg's Matthew Craze about the company's financing plans and the outlook for the copper market. The world's largest copper producer, may seek bank loans to raise the $600 million it needs to finance expansions at its Chilean copper mines this year, Hernandez said. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Chile Is World's Largest Copper Producer
 
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CCTV's Shraysi Tandon speaks to Chilean Finance Minister Felipe Larrain about the country's copper outlook and its dependency on China.
Results, reax as Pinera wins elex; presser
 
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(19 Jan 2010) 1. Chilean President-elect Sebastian Pinera walking to outdoor news conference 2. Pinera greeting supporters 3. Pinera in news conference 4. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Sebastian Pinera, Chile''s President-elect: "It''s a modification that looks to end the 10 percent discount of Codelco''s gross profits to finance our armed forces. The idea is to replace this system with a stable and adequate financing system that is part of our national budget." 5. Cutaway of journalist 6. Journalist asking question 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Sebastian Pinera, Chile''s President-elect "Chile has signed international agreements that establish that certain crimes against humanity are unproscribable and do not qualify under any amnesty. Chile has always respected international agreements and it respects its own laws and that will continue to be the case during our government." 8. Various of journalists 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Sebastian Pinera, Chile''s President-elect: "I have many differences with the way public issues are being handled in Venezuela and I must say those differences are deeply rooted and have to do with the way democracy and the economic model are conceived of there." 10. Pinera leaving 11. Pinera and wife shaking hands with President Michelle Bachelet 12. Various of newspaper headlines 13. Local resident Jean Vazquez looking at newspaper headlines 14. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jean Vazquez, Vox Pop: "I don''t like him, I never liked him. Pinera is very indecisive, he doesn''t know to which side he is going. He is not a person who has a clear political colour." 15. Local residents walking on street STORYLINE: President-elect Sebastian Pinera has said he plans major changes for Chile''s state copper giant Codelco to bring in fresh capital and boost its productivity. But the pro-free market businessman said on Monday Codelco will remain a state company during his government and any private participation would require constitutional reform as well as broad agreement from Chileans. At the start of his election campaign, Pinera had proposed selling up to 20 percent of Codelco, a move sure to generate resistance from powerful mining unions. Pinera, who beat former President Eduardo Frei in Sunday''s presidential runoff, said he will press forward with plans to revoke a law requiring that 10 percent of Codelco''s sales go to the armed forces. He said the fresh capital would come from the state as well as from the elimination of the quota reserved for the armed forces. "The idea is to replace this system with a stable and adequate financing system that is part of our national budget," Pinera told a news conference on Monday. The money is needed to increase exploration, extract known reserves and improve technology. He said he is studying possible changes to the mining royalties paid by private mine companies in Chile. Codelco last year produced 1.55 (m) million metric tons of copper, or about four percent of world output. Pinera''s election victory on Sunday night ends two decades of uninterrupted rule by the centre-left coalition, and returns to power the same political parties that provided civic support for Augusto Pinochet''s brutal 1973-1990 dictatorship. That legacy alone is bound to complicate relations with Argentina, whose leader has made prosecuting human rights violators a centre piece of her presidency, and Uruguay, which just elected a former leftist guerrilla as its president. According to Pinera''s campaign web site, his foreign policy goals include peacefully resolving conflicts, reaching strategic accords and promoting Latin American integration while protecting Chile''s sovereignty and national identity. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9a15c170a618ba06e723b71da5b59be8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Laurence Golborne and rescuers give news conference
 
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(14 Oct 2010) SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION October 14, 2010 1. Wide of Laurence Golborne, Chilean Mining Minister and others walking to podium 2. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Laurence Golborne, Chilean Mining Minister: "It gave us immense satisfaction when the culmination of the work paid off and it was very emotional when Florencio (Florencio Avalos - the first miner rescued) was brought out, we all cried, even miners who are very tough. We all felt very emotional, I saw tears in everyone's eyes. And this reflected the work that culminated in the success when the last rescue worker came out. When Manuel Gonzalez reached the surface, we felt uncontrollable happiness despite being so tired." 3. Wide of Golborne speaking 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Laurence Golborne, Chilean Mining Minister: "We have done here with a very specialised team, a job that had never been done before. So I think that the knowledge, the capacities of these people are the key elements for this rescue." 5. Wide of Manuel Gonzalez, last rescue worker to come out 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Manuel Gonzalez, last rescue worker to come out: "Yes, I was very confident; we had rehearsed all week even though it was in a smaller space. But we rehearsed and we knew everything was going to be ok. In fact, on that same day we checked the drop through a video first, and we knew it was in good condition but most importantly we are all miners and we live with this kind of thing every day. The inside of the mine to me is no news." CHILEAN POOL October 13, 2010 7. Mid of six rescuers underground holding up sign reading: (Spanish) "Mission Accomplished, Chile, Rescuers chanting (Spanish) "Chi, Chi, Chi, Le, Le, Le, rescuers of Chile" CHILEAN POOL October 14, 2010 8. Mid of Manuel Gonzalez walking into capsule after waving ++NIGHT SHOT++ 9. Mid of Gonzalez emerging and hugging others AP TELEVISION October 14, 2010 10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish), Manuel Gonzalez, last rescue worker to come out: "Yeah my gesture was to show that the mission was accomplished and to thank all of you who participated, thanks to all of our bosses. As I was saying to my brother Montesinos, this was the result of the work of everybody. From the cleaning people that brought water, to the mining minister to the president. We accomplished a task that shows the kind of organisation and disciplining that we are capable of in this country, when we set our minds to it." 11. Pan of rescue workers and Golborne giving the thumbs up 12. Wide of Gonzalez and other rescue workers hugging STORYLINE Officials in Chile are reflecting on the amazing journey that the country's 33 miners went through, rescued after being trapped for 69 days in the San Jose Mine. Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said on Thursday that everybody shed tears when the miners were pulled out. "We all felt very emotional," he said. "And this reflected the work that culminated in the success when the last rescue worker out. When Manuel Gonzales reached the surface, we felt uncontrollable happiness despite being so tired." Gonzales - the first rescue worker down and the last up - said on Thursday that he was very confident about the rescue mission. "We had rehearsed all week even though it was in a smaller space. But we rehearsed and we knew everything was going to be ok." Gonzales also spoke about the banner the rescue miners opened after the last miner was pulled to safety. Gonzales said the "Mission Accomplished" banner was a gesture "to thank everyone who participated". The mine rescue expert with Chile's state-owned Codelco copper company talked the men through the final hours inside the mine. Then, he spent 26 minutes alone down below before he strapped himself into the capsule for the ride up. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/01aa422a3c82b2ee81bf1809f5757b3e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Latest as 33 men become longest-trapped miners in recent history
 
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(13 Sep 2010) 1. Wide of fair organised for currently unemployed San Jose mine workers 2. Mid of miners meeting with representatives of other mining companies 3. Close of a miner talking with a mining company representative 4. Pan of Ministry of Labour Camila Merino arriving 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Camila Merino, Chilean Ministry of Labour: "They haven't got their settlement from the mining company and that is something we are trying to sort out but we see that company has some serious problems, the mine is going to be closed for a long time so it is important to start seeing other things, that they start looking for new jobs. The issue of the their contractual situation should be solved soon." 6. Miners meeting with various possible employers 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Carlos Avalos, San Jose mine worker: "Through this fair, we are hoping to have the possibility to be hired by other (mining) companies." 8. Wide of entrance to the mine 9. Wide of site where the Plan A, drilling machine Strata 950 is working 10. Mid of T-130 drilling machine, Plan B, that is not working due to technical problems 11. Various of site where they are assembling Plan C 12. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rene Aguilar, rescue team coordinator: "And I'd like to repeat once more - as I have said many times during the past weeks - that the mine rescue alternative is not viable. There is an enormous block of 700-thousand tons - which is very unstable - so any tentative of entering the mine (through the main entrance) implies a danger for the lives of the people who want to carry out that operation. And what's most worrying is what this information could mean for the miners down there." 13. Mid of pieces of machinery for Plan C arriving in trucks to the mine 14. People with flags cheering and waving while trucks passing by 15. Mid of the same 16. People holding banner between them and waving with flags as trucks passing by STORYLINE: The Chilean Labour Ministry organised job fair on Monday to help the workers at the San Jose mine find new employment as workers fear the mine is unlikely to reopen. Besides the 33 men trapped underground, another 317 people worked - directly or indirectly - at the San Jose mine. Around 15 mining companies answered the authorities' call and have offered jobs to at least 300 people, according to the Labour ministry. Camila Merino, the head of the ministry, also said they were trying to solve the current contractual situation of all the workers - still employed by San Esteban Primera mining company. "They haven't got their settlement form the mining company and that is something we are trying to sort out but we see that company has some serious problems", she said. The company has said it can't afford to pay their salaries and may go bankrupt and is in such bad shape that it has neither the equipment nor the money to rescue the 33 men. It is Chile's state-owned mining company, CODELCO, is in charge of digging the escape tunnel, which will cost about 1.7 (m) million US Dollars. On Monday only one of three drilling efforts was operational - the so-called Plan A drill, reaching down to 750 feet (230 meters). But it too must stop at 820 feet (250 meters), for maintenance work. Plan B, a higher-velocity drill that will carve out a narrower escape tunnel, has been silenced since last week, when it struck an iron support beam for the mine and its drill bit shattered into small pieces. A third drill, Plan C, is still days away from starting its work. Rescuers have already tried three times to use magnets to remove pieces of the shattered second drill and iron beam from the hole. With frustration growing, so is pressure for alternative solutions. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ed15dfcdf4bbdd78df33f9ed2b314749 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Miners strike in Chile
 
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Workers gearing up for what could be a prolonged strike at the world's leading copper mine, BHP Billiton's Escondida, are stockpiling rations and supplies to survive the searing sun and bone-chilling nights of Chile's northern high-desert. Laura Frykberg reports.
Copper Mining and Smelting 1944 Chile
 
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This clip shows the Chuquicamata mine, one of the biggest open pit copper mines in the world, located in the north of Chile. The mine was owned and operated by the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. These mines were mainly self-contained and self-sustaining settlements. They were complete with their own cities to house the workers, their own water and electrical plants, schools, stores, railways, and even in certain cases their own police forces. Production for many years came from the oxidized capping of the orebody which merely required leaching and then electrowinning of the copper, but by 1951 the oxidised reserves were largely exhausted and the company built a mill, flotation plant and smelter to treat the huge reserves of underlying supergene copper sulfides. The electrowinning processes uses electroplating on a large scale for the economical and straightforward purification of non-ferrous metals. A current is passed from an inert anode through a liquid leach solution containin
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Codelco gets approval for revised el teniente buildout
 
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Codelco gets approval for revised el teniente buildout VANCOUVER miningweekly.com – Chilean Stateowned copper miner Codelco has received environmental approval to implement a revised expansion plan at its El Teniente mine, which contributes the most copper to the miners production profile. Codelco advised on Thursday that, despite the expansion project currently being executed and 44% complete, the revised permits allow it to exploit the deposits reserves in a staggered manner, gradually deepening the operation. Codelco approached environmental auth...
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DN! Chilean Copper Miners Vote to Go on Strike
 
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Chilean Copper Miners Vote to Go on Strike In Chile, workers at one of the worlds biggest copper mines have voted to go on an indefinite strike beginning next week. The strike at the state-owned copper mine comes just weeks ahead of Chiles January 17 presidential election run-off. More mining strikes are expected if the center-right candidate Sebastian Pinera wins. He has called for the partial privatization of the state-owned miner, Codelco, the largest copper-producing company in the world.
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Copper, Chile, and the CIA
 
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Potrerillos Chile in 1950s 16mm SILENT movie
 
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There is an upgraded version of this video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ki9dJpHErY 16mm home movies of Potrerillos Chile and atacama desert in Andes Mountains taken in the late 1940s and 1950s. This copper mining camp was operated by the American Anaconda Company until about 1970.
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SYND 11 9 76 AFTERMATH OF EARLY MORNING BOMBS ACROSS ROME
 
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(11 Sep 1976) There was a spate of bombings early on Saturday Morning (Sept 11) in the italian capital of Rome. United States, Brazilian, Chilean And Christian Lebanese properties were damaged in the bombings, which caused a city- wide police alert. In possibly related incidents, fire-bombs caused minor damage to two branches of the Banca Commerciala Italiana. Leaflets left in the area accused the bank of "financing the fascist regime of (Chilean President Augusto) Pinochet" by means of a loan to Chile's Codelco copper mining company. Brazilian interests were presumably selected as a target because of the alleged political oppression in that country. A bomb at the Chilean embassy to the holy see, which caused extensive damage, could be seen in the context of the third anniversary of the military coup in chile which overthrew President Salvador Allende, and resulted in his death You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b229c78beafe5aa157c963078cf9cf31 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Potrerillos - Reportaje 1
 
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HEM350 with misting at El Teniente mine in Chile
 
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I was standing on the back of the excavator when taking this video. El Teniente is the worlds largest underground copper mine. This project was not for mining but to construct a new portal to the ever-expanding underground metropolis that is El Teniente. Notice the lack of dust. This is the TEI dust suppression unit.
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Copper Connections: Butte, Chile, and the Anaconda Copper Company
 
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Max Counter and Joe Bryan present “Copper Connections: Butte, Chile, and the Anaconda Copper Company. The two show photos comparing Butte and Chuqicamata, cities dominated by copper mining and the ACM. This presentation offers a photographic-based glimpse into the distant, yet intricately connected, copper towns of Butte and Chuqicamata, Chile. Through photos, this presentation will highlight the contrasts and parallels between these two towns that exist on the edge of the Anaconda's transcontinental copper pits. Max Counter is a PhD Candidate in Geography at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He was born and raised in Butte, Montana, and his research focuses on post-conflict land rights in Colombia. Joe Bryan is Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Born and raised in Helena, Montana, he has conducted research on indigenous rights in the Americas.
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