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  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
  • Las principales zonas productoras de carbón en Colombia son La Guajira y el Cesar, con el 90% de la producción, pero hay reservas de importancia en Norte de Santander, Santander, el altiplano Cundiboyacense, Córdoba, Antioquia y Valle del Cauca.
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    • 1.  
    • 2. MINISTRY OF MINES AND ENERGY V FERIA INTERNACIONAL MINERA BEATRIZ DUQUE MONTOYA DIRECTORA DE MINAS Medellín, septiembre 10 de 2009
    • 3. AGENDA
      • Colombia’s general overview
      • Coal and precious metal potential in current mining districts.
      • Ongoing exploration and production projects
      • Colombia’s infrastructure
      • Conclusions
    • 4. Official Name: Republic of Colombia   Continental Area: 1,141,748 Km2   Population: 42 Million inhabitants ||| (75% urban, 25% rural)   Population Density: 36.12 people by Km 2   Capital: Bogotá (7 Million inhabitants) GDP* US$ 181.8 Million GDP/Capita* US$ 4132.7 FDI (2008*) US$ 8043 million   Literacy Rate: 94.2%   Political Constitution: State ruled by law, organized as a unitary Republic   System of Government: Presidential Balance of powers between executive, legislative & judicial branches.            Colombia in Figures *: III Q 2008
    • 5. Institucional Structure of the Mining Sector ROYALTIES INGEOMINAS Geological & Mining Institute MINISTRY OF MINES AND ENERGY Minister of Mines and Energy MAYOR DELEGATES UPME – Planning Unit GEOLOGIAL SERVICES CONTRACTUAL UNDERTAKING SURVEILLANCE PROMOTION SYSTEM OF MINING INFORMATION CONTRACTUAL UNDERTAKING SURVEILLANCE Planning sector Mining public policy Coordinate mining sector Director of Mines
    • 6. Contribution of the Colombian mining sector to the country’s economy in 2002 and 2008 Mineral Exports (Millions of US$)* Mineral Exports of total Exports (%)* Mining FDI (Millions of US$)** Mining Royalties (Millions of US$)*** 2006 US$ 5,208 21,35% US$ 1,783 US$ 369 2007 US$ 6,339 21.2% US$ $1,100 US$ 468,5 2008 US$ 7.447 20,0% US$ 2,116 US$ 601,33 2002 US$ 2.821,3 21,55% US$ 466 US$ 83 2009 (p) US$ 4.063 26,2% US$ 866 US$ 338,67 * 30 June 2009 ** 31 March 2009 *** 30 June 2009 TRM I Q of 2009 $ 2.318/USD
    • 7. Mineral exports 2000 -2009* * II Q 2009
    • 8. Countries investing in mining exploration
    • 9. AGENDA
      • Colombia’s general overview
      • Coal and precious metal potential in current mining districts.
      • Ongoing exploration and production projects
      • Colombia’s infrastructure
      • Conclusions
    • 10. Thermic Metalurgic C/marca 236 1.482 11.862 Boyacá 170 1.720 12.781 Antioquia 90 475 10.336 Valle- Cauca 41 242 11.016 Santander 56 464 12.790 N. Santander 120 795 12.653 Córdoba 381 722 9.280 Cesar 2.035 6.556 11.655 Guajira 3.933 4.536 11.586 Region Measured Resources MT Potential MT Energy (BTU/lb)
    • 11. Geological Potential: Precious Minerals and Metals Source: Ingeominas, 2006 Fuente: INGEOMINAS 1 2 7 3 5 6 4 Potential Prioritized Zones Minerals 1. Nort west of the Department of Antioquia Copper, Gold, Molybdenum 2. River Cauca Cannon Gold and basic metals 3. Departments of Nariño and Putumayo Gold and basic metals 4. Colombian East Gold 5. San Lucas Mountain Gold 6. Santander Mountain Range Gold 7. Departments of Tolima and Huila Gold and basic metals
    • 12. AGENDA
      • Colombia’s general overview
      • Coal and precious metal potential in current mining districts.
      • Ongoing exploration and production projects
      • Colombia’s infrastructure
      • Conclusions
    • 13. Main projects in a production stage
      • Project : Cerrejón
      • Location : Guajira
      • Ownership :
        • 33% BHP Billiton
        • 33% Xtrata
        • 33% Anglo American
      • Mineral : Coal
      • Production/year : 30 MM Tones
    • 14. Project : La Loma Location : Cesar Ownership : Drummond Mineral : Coal Production/Year : 22.9 MM Tones Project : El Descanso Location : Cesar Ownership : Drummond Mineral : carbón Production/Year: begining Main projects in a production stage
    • 15. Project : CMU-Tesoro-Jagua Location : Cesar Ownership : Glencore Mineral : Coal Production/Year : 4,4 MM Tones Project : Calenturitas Location : Cesar Ownership : Glencore Mineral : Coal Production/Year : 3,7 MM Tones Main projects in a production stage
    • 16. Project : La Francia Location : Cesar Ownership : Coal Corp Mineral : Coal Production/Year: 1,5 MM Tones Main projects in a production stage
    • 17. Project : Cerromatoso Location : Córdoba Ownership : BHP Mineral : Ferronickel Production/Year: 108 MM pounds Main projects in a production stage
    • 18. Project : El Bagre Location : Antioquia Ownership : Mineros S.A. Mineral : Gold (Alluvion) Production/Year : 80.000 oz Will increase production in 25.000 oz per year with operation of two new dredges acquired in Brazil. Main projects in a production stage
    • 19. Project : Lower Marmato Location : Caldas (Marmato) Ownership : Mineros Nacionales Mineral : Gold (Vein) Production/Year : 30.000 oz Main projects in a production stage
    • 20. Project : Paz del Río Location : Boyacá Ownership : Votorantim Mineral : Iron Ore Production/Year: 624.000 Tones Main projects in a production stage
    • 21. Project : La Y Location : Antioquia (Zaragoza) Ownership : Mineros S.A. Mineral : Gold (vein / underground) Proven Reserves: 300.000 oz It will start production in February or March 2009. It is conducting additional exploration to increase proven reserves. Main exploration projects
    • 22. Project : Río de Oro Location : Norte de Santander (Tibú) Ownership : Geominas and others Mineral : Coal Inferred resource: 320 MM Tones Proven reserves: 60 MM Tones Main exploration projects
    • 23. Project : Upper Marmato Location : Caldas (Marmato) Ownership : Colombia Golfields Mineral : Gold (Veins) Inferred resource: 2.5 MM oz Drilling: 32.000 ml Main exploration projects
    • 24. Project : Gramalote Location : Antioquia (San Roque) Company : B2Gold-AGA Mineral : Gold (Vein) Inferred resource: 2.5 MM Oz Drilling : 320.000 ml / 450 ml deep. Main exploration projects
    • 25. Project : Quebradona Location : Antioquia (Jericó) Ownership : AGA – B2Gold Mineral : Gold Inferred resource: 1.5 to 2 MM oz Drilling : 6.000 ml / 300 ml. deep Main exploration projects
    • 26. Project : San Jorge Location : Córdoba Ownership : BHP Billiton Mineral : Coal Bidding process of Ingeominas Main exploration projects
    • 27. Project : Acandí Location : Chocó Ownership : Anglo American Colombia Exploration Mineral : polymetallic sulphide Bidding process of Ingeominas Main exploration projects
    • 28. Project : Pantanos Pegadorcito Location : Antioquia (Frontino-Dabeiba) Ownership : Carbones de la Loma Mineral : polymetallic sulphide Bidding process of Ingeominas Main exploration projects
    • 29. Project : Taraira Location : Vaupés (Taraira) Ownership : Cosigo-Frontier Mining Corporation Mineral : Gold Bidding process of Ingeominas Main exploration projects
    • 30. Project : Mocoa Location : Putumayo Ownership : B2Gold Mineral : Copper and Molybdenum Inferred resource: ????? Drilling : 5.000 ml Main exploration projects
    • 31. Project : Miraflores Location : Risaralda (Quinchía) Ownership : B2Gold Mineral : Gold (Vein) Inferred resource: 0.8 MM oz Main exploration projects
    • 32. Project : La Colosa Location : Tolima (Cajamarca) Ownership : Anglo Gold Ashanti Mineral : Gold Inferred resource: > 10 MM oz Main exploration projects
    • 33. Project : Angostura (California) Location : Santander Ownership : Greystar Resources Mineral : Gold (open pit) M&I Resource: 7 MM oz Inferred resource: 6 MM oz. Drilling : > 200.000 ml Main exploration projects
    • 34. Main exploration projects Project : Mandé Norte Location : Chocó-Antioquia Ownership : Muriel Mining Corporation Mineral : polimetálicos Resources: begining exploration
    • 35. Other companies with presence in Colombia
      • Rio Tinto (with some joint ventures)
      • Vale (bought mine and port from Argos
      • Barrick
      • MPX
      • Mitsui
      • Several junior companies
    • 36. AGENDA
      • Colombia’s general overview
      • Coal and precious metal potential in current mining districts.
      • Ongoing exploration and production projects
      • Colombia’s infrastructure
      • Conclusions
    • 37. Railroad Projects SANTA MARTA PUERTO BERRIO LA ISLA BOGOTA BELENCITO LA CARO BARBOSA LA VIZCAINA CALI YUMBO PALMIRA PALMIRA 498 KM BUENAVENTURA BOLOMBOLO LA FELISA LA TEBAIDA 245 KM CHIRIGUANA 1045 KM LA DORADA FACA VILLA VIEJA ENVIGADO CABAÑAS PTO SALGAR BUENOS AIRES Atlantic Concession Pacific Concession Central Railroad System Carare Multi purpose Railroad Bogotá Valle Altiplano
    • 38. Atlantic Railroad Concession SANTA MARTA
      • Increased capacity from 22 MM to 45 MM Tones
      • Capacity of 24 trains per day in both directions for segment La Loma - Puerto Prodeco.
      • Ongoing construction of two way railroad in segment La Loma – Puerto Drummond. Completion of first 60 Km of total 192 Km project. Total project to be completed in July 2009.
      • Concessionaire: FENOCO S:A
      245 KM CHIRIGUANA
    • 39. Pacific Railroad Concession
      • Total 498 Km - 385 Km (78,1%) repaired.
      • The concession contract was trasfered to Ferrocarril del Oeste , as per ammendment No 15 of July 10, 2008
      498 KM BUENAVENTURA BOLOMBOLO LA FELISA LA TEBAIDA
    • 40. Central Railroad System VILLA VIEJA CHIRIGUANA
      • 30 year concession
      • US$ 450 MM Contract
      • Bidding Documents: February 2009
      • Closing: April 2009
      Total 1.045 Km MODO FÉRREO 1.045 KM LA DORADA FACA ENVIGADO CABAÑAS PTO SALGAR BUENOS AIRES
    • 41. ALTIPLANO CUNDIBOYACENSE CONCESSION Project in structuring stage New Railroad Project Lenguazaque Lenght 368 Kilometers Segments Facatativa- Km 5 (Bogota)40 Km Km 5 ( Bogota) - La Caro 29 Km La Caro – Belencito 228 Km La Caro – Lenguazaque 66 Km Products Cement, lime, plaster, scrap, Containers, steal, iron, clinker, coal.
    • 42. Puerto Barranquillac Puerto Santa Marta Puerto Dibulla Chiriguana
      • Feasibility study as per agreement between Government of Colombia (INVIAS) and Government of Brazil.
      • Incorporation of a promotion development company to study the required infrastructure for Coal.
      Carare Rail Road La Vizcaina Central Rail Road System Pacific Concession Altiplano Cundiboyacense Atlantic Concession Second way Chiriguana- Cienaga (Projected) CARARE
    • 43. Existing Coal Ports Puerto Bolívar (29 MM Tones/Year Carbosan (2 MM Tones/year, Concession 2013) Prodeco (4 MM Tones/Year Concession 2009) Drummond (22 MM Tones/Year Concession 2023) Soc. Portuaria de Ciénaga (0 MM Tones/Year Concession 2018) Cementos del Caribe (1 MM T/Year) Atlantic Coal (0.9 MM T/Year) Soc. Portuaria de Barranquilla (0.5 MM T/Year) Colclinker (1 MM T/Year) Soc. Portuaria de Cartagena (0.2 MM Tones/Year) Soc. Portuaria Golfo de Morrosquillo (0.1 MM T/Year)
    • 44. Expected New Coal Projects PUERTO MULTIPROPOSITO BRISA S.A. (0.5MM Tones/year-3MM T/Year) PUERTO NUEVO , Coal (30MM Tones/Year-60MM T/Year)   Carbones del Carare S.A. (3MM T/Year)-5.4MM T/Year) Cartagena Multipurpose CMT S.A. (0.2MM T/Year) Graneles del Golfo S.A. (0.3MM T/Year-1.5MM T/Year) Sociedad Portuaria del Sinú (1 MM T/Year)
    • 45. BUENAVENTURA´S PORT Optimization Opertation Dredging channel of access Capacity: 1 MT/Yr Draft 36´ AGUADULCE PORT Capacity: 2.5 MT/Yr Draft 32´ PROJECTED COAL PORTS EXPANSION IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN PACIFIC OCEAN BUENAVENTURA
    • 46. PRINCIPALES PUERTOS SOBRE EL RIO MAGDALENA Km 730 Km 886 Km 886 Km 630 Km 450 Km 598 Km 445 Km 0 Km 0
    • 47. PUERTO SALGAR VALLEDUPAR CARMEN DE BOLIVAR BOSCONIA AUTOPISTA RUTA DEL SOL SANTA MARTA 1.130KM BOGOTA PUERTO SEVIEZ LIZAMA SAN ROQUE
    • 48. AUTOPISTA DE LA NUEVA INDEPENDENCIA Peaje Nuevo Peaje Existente Current status of the Project: MOU betweenINCO-INVIAS-GOBERNACIÓN DE ANTIOQUIA-IDEA. The project is in the financial structuring stage.
    • 49. TRANSVERSAL AUTOPISTA DE LAS AMERICAS Lenght : 1.948 Km PARAGUACHON RIOHACHA PALO DE LETRAS EL TIGRE MONTERIA CRUZ DEL VISO NECOCLÍ DISTRACCION LA FLORIDA SANTA MARTA BARRANQUILLA CARTAGENA 1.948 Km AUTOPISTA DE LAS AMERICAS LA YE CAUCACIA SAN ROQUE LA PAZ CUESTESITAS
    • 50. ARTERIAS DE MI LLANURA Current status of the Project: Technical study Assessment of required investment Structuring of concession SAN JOSE DE GUAVIARE 262 KM PUERTO GAITAN 191 KM SARAVENA 72 KM ARAUCA 175 KM TAME 442 KM VILLAVICENCIO BOGOTA 87 KM
    • 51. AGENDA
      • Colombia’s general overview
      • Coal and precious metal potential in current mining districts.
      • Ongoing exploration and production projects
      • Colombia’s infrastructure
      • Conclusions
    • 52.
      • Colombia is still unexplored : huge geologic and mining potential due to the existence of two different geological environments.
      • Strategic geographic location (Best corner of the Americas)
      • Democratic security policy (improved security to access exploration and production areas).
      • Attractive investment regulation:  Free access to global markets, tax incentives, legal stability contracts, FTZ regime.
      • Attractive mining policy
      • Major global players have already been successful in Colombia : BHP Billiton, Angloamerican, Xtrata, Drummond, Glencore, Vale, Votorantim. Other major players show strong interest in discovering Colombia: Barrick, Mitsui, etc.
      • Competitive human capital
      ¿Reasons to invest in Colombia’s mining sector?
    • 53.
        • Legal stability . Colombia has a proven track record of respect for contractual terms and regulations. Moreover, Colombia offers investors the possibility of signing Legal Stability Contracts with the Government to protect investments against adverse changes in law.
        • Attractive Mining Code .
        • Institutional Commitment to the development of the Sector . Personalized services to investors, expedite processes, clear rules, institutional support, availability of high quality geological, geochemical and geophysical data.
        • Alignment of interests between the Government and private investors to develop and grow the mining sector.
        • Business enviroment is improving (Doing Business Report) (66 al 53)
        • The mining investor´s perception has been improving (Fraser Institute Report) (56 al 46)
        • .
      ¿Reasons to invest in Colombia’s mining sector?
    • 54. Colombia offers unparallel opportunities for investment in mining
    • 55. THANK YOU!