Peru Energy

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With a new administration in place, local and international players in Peru have regained optimism. As one of South America’s top performers due to its reforms and fiscal discipline, the country is benefiting from rising commodity prices and an export-oriented mining sector. In addition, 2018 brought increased public expenditure, with notable rises in the budgets for education, health, infrastructure and reconstruction.

La minería está viviendo un periodo de crecimiento en Perú, guiado por un auge en el sector del cobre, que incluye el lanzamiento de proyectos a larga escala y la revisión de las regulaciones que pretenden reducir los trámites burocráticos.


One of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s election campaign themes was that Peru’s mining sector should increase its involvement in higher value-added activities, moving beyond simple ore extraction into more smelting and refining. “Pedro Pablo is very clear on this. Today we export a lot of rocks with our raw materials and some of those...


According to the “Climatescope 2016” report, which asses the ability of countries to attract investment for low-carbon energy sources, Peru is currently one of only a handful of countries in Latin America with a mandatory renewable energy target, assumed to be revised every five years. In 2008 the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Ministerio de...


How could the Ministry of Energy and Mining’s upcoming development projects be impacted?


How can government, local communities and the private sector work together to guarantee sustainable mining projects?

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