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Chile
 South American / Latin American 
 Strip shaped 
 Long Coastal Line 
 More states to area ratio 
 Highly Blessed with...
MINING in CHILE 
Introduction 
Major Minerals 
Major Mines & Projects 
Major Companies 
Types of Mining 
Mine Machin...
INTRODUCTION 
 What is Mining?? 
 How is it done? 
 Why is it necessary? 
 Its advantages? 
 Dis-advantages? 
 What ...
MINERALS & LOCATION
MINERALS & LOCATION
MAJOR MINERALS 
Stats from 2008
MAJOR MINERALS 
Minerals Rank %age Share Uses 
Copper 1st 40% Wires, Electrodes, Cooking 
apparatus 
Arsenic 2nd 21% Insec...
OTHER MINERALS 
 Platinum 
 Titanium 
 Manganese 
 Nitrates 
 Sulfates 
 Feldspar 
 Gypsum 
 Lithium 
 Clays
MAJOR MINES & PROJECTS
MAJOR COPPER MINES 
 Candelabra mine 
 Chuquicamata 
 Collahuasi mine 
 El Abra mine 
 El Morro mine 
 El Salvador m...
MAJOR COPPER MINES 
El Abramine 
El Teniente Mantos Blancos mine
MAJOR GOLD MINES 
 Candelaria Mine 
 Cerro Cassel mine 
 El Indio Gold Belt 
 El Morro mine 
 El pennon mine 
 Lobo-...
MAJOR GOLD MINES 
El Indio Gold Belt 
Maricunga Gold mine Candelaria Mine
COAL MINES 
 Catamutún 
 El Chiflón del Diablo 
 Mina Invierno
SILVER MINES 
 Arqueros 
 Candelaria mine 
 Chañarcillo
OTHERS 
 Titanium Mine (Cerro Blanco mine) 
 Zinc Mine (El Toqui mine )
MAJOR COMPANIES(International) 
 Anglo American(United Kingdom) 
 Barrick Gold(Canada) 
 BHP Billiton(United Kingdom & ...
MAJOR COMPANIES(Domestic) 
 CODELCO (World’s largest producer of 
Copper) 
 Kinross(Owns two major Gold mines in Chile) ...
TYPES OF MINES 
Surface Mines 
Pascua Lama 
Chuquicamata 
Mina Invierno
TYPES OF MINES 
 Underground Mines 
Compañía Minera San Esteban Primera 
San José Mine
TYPES OF MINES 
 Solution Mines 
Gypsum Mining Borates being mined 
Iodine being mined
MINE MECHINARY 
Hydraulic excavators Compressor and jack 
hammer
Loaders Loader back hoe
Skid steel loader roller
graders tractor
Wheeled pavers Lift tracks
bulldozers
EXPLORER, WASH PLANTS, GRAVITY 
SEPARATION PLANTS, PORTABLE PLANTS 
DRY MINING, DRY PROCESSING PLANT AND 
MACHINERY
SUPERMINER WASH PLANTS, GRAVITY 
SEPARATION PLANTS, PORTABLE PLANTS 
PORTABLE CRUSHING, 
SCREENING, GRINDING PLANTS
DUAL FLOW ROTARY DRYERS SEMI STATIONARY GRAVITY 
SEPARATION PLANTS (WASH PLANTS)
STATIONARY CRUSHING & 
GRINDING PLANTS 
MAGNETIC SEPARATORS, ELECTRO MAGNETIC 
MINERALS SEPARATORS, MINING EQUIPMENT 
SEPA...
JAW CRUSHERS DREDGING PLANTS
HOPPERS & FEEDERS 
STATIONS 
FLOATING PLANTS
BALL MILL, GRINDING MILL JIG SEPARATORS, JIG 
CONCENTRATORS
Drilling Machine Blasting Machine
PROBLEMS in MINING 
 Located along Fault zone 
 Depleting Resources 
 Too much dependability 
 Mine Accidents 
 Earth...
Punitaqui October 15, 1997 01:03 7.1 MW VIII[citation needed] 56 30.773°S 71.315°W 8[citation needed] 
Near coast of 
nort...
Tarapacá February 4, 2008 14:01 6.3 MW V 32.3 
20.123°S 
70.000°W 
Papudo 
December 18, 
2008 
18:19 6.3[5]/5.9[6] MW/ML V...
Coquimbo October 31, 2013 23:03 6.5[16] MW V[16] 10.0[16] 30.29°S 
71.57°W[16] 
Iquique Offshore 
Tarapacá 
April 1, 2014 ...
MINING as a subject of its ECONOMY 
 19.2% of Chilean GDP 
 24% higher if compared to previous year 
 65% of country’s ...
Quick Facts 
 Population: 17.4 million 
 GDP (PPP): $320.5 billion 
 5.5% growth in 2012 
 5-year compound annual grow...
ECONOMY
Employment
COPPER 
 Importance to Chile 
 40% of the world’s total production 
 Largest reserves 
 US$54.3 billion will be spent ...
COPPER
COPPER 
 on the decreasing end for the last few 
months 
 Expected to grow 40% by the end of 
2020. 
Chile’s vast array ...
COPOPER 
Copper export destination
ECONOMY
ECONOMY
GENERAL IMPACTS OF MINING 
 massive number of jobs 
 Increased capital inflow 
 Greater Investments 
 Increased export...
Conclusion 
MINING: By far a Big Deal. 
“You take Mining out of Chile, you take Chile 
out of Chile” 
(Ali Hassan).
ONLY 
“Relevant & Logical” 
questions are welcomed???
Chile's mining industry & economy
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Chile's mining industry & economy

  1. 1. Chile
  2. 2.  South American / Latin American  Strip shaped  Long Coastal Line  More states to area ratio  Highly Blessed with natural resources  Huge economic potential  Big Mining Industry  Located on fault zone  Contains mountains and deserts  Spanish speaking  Christianity followers
  3. 3. MINING in CHILE Introduction Major Minerals Major Mines & Projects Major Companies Types of Mining Mine Machinery Problems in Mining Mining & Economy Conclusion
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION  What is Mining??  How is it done?  Why is it necessary?  Its advantages?  Dis-advantages?  What it worth's?
  5. 5. MINERALS & LOCATION
  6. 6. MINERALS & LOCATION
  7. 7. MAJOR MINERALS Stats from 2008
  8. 8. MAJOR MINERALS Minerals Rank %age Share Uses Copper 1st 40% Wires, Electrodes, Cooking apparatus Arsenic 2nd 21% Insecticides, Pesticides, Alloys Iodine 1st 60% Salt,Medicine, Sterilizing agent Boron 3rd 19% Medicine, Food preservative Silver 5th 6% Pots, Jewelry, Coins, Medicine Pumicite & 6th - Concrete, Cement, Polishes, Erasers Selenium Molybdenum 3rd - Heat resistant, manufacturing in Industries Iron - - Steel, Pipes, Mechanical Structures Gold Among top 10 19% Jewelry, Medicine, Electroplating, Religion, Dentistry, Catalysts.
  9. 9. OTHER MINERALS  Platinum  Titanium  Manganese  Nitrates  Sulfates  Feldspar  Gypsum  Lithium  Clays
  10. 10. MAJOR MINES & PROJECTS
  11. 11. MAJOR COPPER MINES  Candelabra mine  Chuquicamata  Collahuasi mine  El Abra mine  El Morro mine  El Salvador mine  El Teniente  Escondida  Esperanza mine  Inca de Oro mine  Los Bronces mine  Los Pelambres mine  Mantos Blancos mine  Mantoverde mine  RadomiroTomic mine  San José Mine
  12. 12. MAJOR COPPER MINES El Abramine El Teniente Mantos Blancos mine
  13. 13. MAJOR GOLD MINES  Candelaria Mine  Cerro Cassel mine  El Indio Gold Belt  El Morro mine  El pennon mine  Lobo-Marti mine Madre de Dios mine Maricunga Gold mine  Pascua Lama mine  San Jose mine
  14. 14. MAJOR GOLD MINES El Indio Gold Belt Maricunga Gold mine Candelaria Mine
  15. 15. COAL MINES  Catamutún  El Chiflón del Diablo  Mina Invierno
  16. 16. SILVER MINES  Arqueros  Candelaria mine  Chañarcillo
  17. 17. OTHERS  Titanium Mine (Cerro Blanco mine)  Zinc Mine (El Toqui mine )
  18. 18. MAJOR COMPANIES(International)  Anglo American(United Kingdom)  Barrick Gold(Canada)  BHP Billiton(United Kingdom & Australia) Newmont Rio Tinto(United Kingdom & Australia)  Xstrata (Switzerland)
  19. 19. MAJOR COMPANIES(Domestic)  CODELCO (World’s largest producer of Copper)  Kinross(Owns two major Gold mines in Chile)  Antofagasta
  20. 20. TYPES OF MINES Surface Mines Pascua Lama Chuquicamata Mina Invierno
  21. 21. TYPES OF MINES  Underground Mines Compañía Minera San Esteban Primera San José Mine
  22. 22. TYPES OF MINES  Solution Mines Gypsum Mining Borates being mined Iodine being mined
  23. 23. MINE MECHINARY Hydraulic excavators Compressor and jack hammer
  24. 24. Loaders Loader back hoe
  25. 25. Skid steel loader roller
  26. 26. graders tractor
  27. 27. Wheeled pavers Lift tracks
  28. 28. bulldozers
  29. 29. EXPLORER, WASH PLANTS, GRAVITY SEPARATION PLANTS, PORTABLE PLANTS DRY MINING, DRY PROCESSING PLANT AND MACHINERY
  30. 30. SUPERMINER WASH PLANTS, GRAVITY SEPARATION PLANTS, PORTABLE PLANTS PORTABLE CRUSHING, SCREENING, GRINDING PLANTS
  31. 31. DUAL FLOW ROTARY DRYERS SEMI STATIONARY GRAVITY SEPARATION PLANTS (WASH PLANTS)
  32. 32. STATIONARY CRUSHING & GRINDING PLANTS MAGNETIC SEPARATORS, ELECTRO MAGNETIC MINERALS SEPARATORS, MINING EQUIPMENT SEPARATORS
  33. 33. JAW CRUSHERS DREDGING PLANTS
  34. 34. HOPPERS & FEEDERS STATIONS FLOATING PLANTS
  35. 35. BALL MILL, GRINDING MILL JIG SEPARATORS, JIG CONCENTRATORS
  36. 36. Drilling Machine Blasting Machine
  37. 37. PROBLEMS in MINING  Located along Fault zone  Depleting Resources  Too much dependability  Mine Accidents  Earthquakes
  38. 38. Punitaqui October 15, 1997 01:03 7.1 MW VIII[citation needed] 56 30.773°S 71.315°W 8[citation needed] Near coast of northern Chile January 30, 1998 12:16 (UTC) 7.1 M? VII 42 23.910°S 70.200°W 1 Minor damage to older buildings. Chile-Argentina border region June 18, 2002 6.6 M? Near coast of central Chile June 20, 2003 9:30 6.8 M? VI 12.8 30.520°S 71.420°W Felt in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Biobío May 3, 2004 00:36 6.6 MW VI 21 37.649°S 73.439°W Minor damage and power outages occurred at Cañete. Tarapacá June 13, 2005 18:44 7.8 MW VII 108/117.2 19.895°S 69.125°W/ 19.934°S 69.028°W 11 Felt as far away as Santiago, Chile and Brasília, Brazil. Tocopilla November 14, 2007 12:40 7.7 MW VIII 47.7/40 22.314°S 70.078°W/ 22.204°S 69.869°W 2 Felt at São Paulo, Brazil. Antofagasta December 16, 2007 5:09 6.7 MW VI 57.8 22.914°S 70.060°W 0 Disrupted power and telecommunications throughout the epicentral area from Antofagasta to Iquique.
  39. 39. Tarapacá February 4, 2008 14:01 6.3 MW V 32.3 20.123°S 70.000°W Papudo December 18, 2008 18:19 6.3[5]/5.9[6] MW/ML V[6] 24.8[6]/35[5] 32.416°S 71.533°W[5]/ 32°28′33″S 71°54′ 0″W[6] 0[citation needed] Offshore Tarapacá November 13, 2009 00:05 6.5 MW V 28 19.385°S 70.266°W 0[citation needed] Felt in Peru and Bolivia. Drake Passage January 17, 2010 8:00 6.3[7] MW 10[7] 57.6713°S 65.9097°W[7] 0[citation needed] Offshore Maule/Biobío February 27, 2010 03:34 8.8 MW IX 30/35 36.290°S 73.239°W/ 35.909°S 72.733°W 525 Destructive tsunami. Pichilemu March 11, 2010 11:39 6.9[8][9] MW VII[8][9] 11[9]/33.1[8] 34.259°S 71.929°W[9]/ 34°18′3″S 72°7′47″ W[8] 1[10] Araucanía January 2, 2011 17:20 7.1[11]/6.9[12] MW/ML VI[12][11] 25.1[11]/32.1[12] 38.354°S 73.275°W[11]/ 38°21′43″S75°1′55 ″W[12] 0[citation needed] Talca March 25, 2012 19:37 7.1[13] /7.0[14] MW/MW VII[13]/VIII[14] 34.8[13]/40.7[14] 35.183°S 71.792°W[14]/ 35°12′0″S 72°13′1″ W[13] 1[15]
  40. 40. Coquimbo October 31, 2013 23:03 6.5[16] MW V[16] 10.0[16] 30.29°S 71.57°W[16] Iquique Offshore Tarapacá April 1, 2014 20:46 8.2 Mw 6[17][18][19][20]
  41. 41. MINING as a subject of its ECONOMY  19.2% of Chilean GDP  24% higher if compared to previous year  65% of country’s all exports  US$ 67.9 billion freight on Board (FOB)  economy is expanding by nearly 6% annually  mining investment to be implemented is US$66.9 billion  Out of 660,ooo jobs, mostly were in mining sector in last 2 years.
  42. 42. Quick Facts  Population: 17.4 million  GDP (PPP): $320.5 billion  5.5% growth in 2012  5-year compound annual growth 3.8%  $18,419 per capita  Unemployment: 6.5%  Inflation (CPI): 3.0%  FDI Inflow: $30.3 billion  Public Debt: 11.2% of GDP
  43. 43. ECONOMY
  44. 44. Employment
  45. 45. COPPER  Importance to Chile  40% of the world’s total production  Largest reserves  US$54.3 billion will be spent on Copper  60% Copper exports among all
  46. 46. COPPER
  47. 47. COPPER  on the decreasing end for the last few months  Expected to grow 40% by the end of 2020. Chile’s vast array of commodities Massive copper expansions take the spotlight.
  48. 48. COPOPER Copper export destination
  49. 49. ECONOMY
  50. 50. ECONOMY
  51. 51. GENERAL IMPACTS OF MINING  massive number of jobs  Increased capital inflow  Greater Investments  Increased export capacity  Development of local infrastructure  Improved lifestyles & living standards  Higher tax revenues  Therefore, Higher GDP & better economy.
  52. 52. Conclusion MINING: By far a Big Deal. “You take Mining out of Chile, you take Chile out of Chile” (Ali Hassan).
  53. 53. ONLY “Relevant & Logical” questions are welcomed???

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