Peru Energy

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How will lower demand and commodity prices impact investment in the Peruvian mining sector?

 

Exploration is the lifeblood of the mining industry. Junior mining companies, staffed by geologists and finance professionals, search for new deposits to bring them to a stage of development that make them targets for acquisition by major commodities producers. To do so they need to attract investors willing to bet on their projects and...

 

By any measure, Peru is a giant of the global mining industry. Only Chile and China produce more copper and the country is the world’s seventh-largest producer of gold and the third largest of silver. Add to that important deposits of zinc, tin, lead and iron ore, as well as non-metallic resources such as phosphates and uranium, and it is...

Chapter | Energy from The Report: Peru 2016

By harnessing its hydro and gas resources, Peru has developed a robust and diversified energy mix. Cheap and plentiful power is one of the key comparative advantages for the country’s mining and industrial sectors. However, falling commodity prices coupled with anti-mining protests have led to the delay of major copper and gold projects in 2016. As a result, demand for energy has not reached...

Chapter | Mining from The Report: Peru 2016

By any measure, Peru is a giant of the global mining industry. Only Chile and China produce more copper and the country is the world’s seventh-largest producer of gold and the third largest of silver. It is unsurprising that Peru’s economic fortunes have been tied to the mineralogy of the Andes Mountains for many centuries. The mining industry has been the driver behind the growth of the...

After a difficult 2015, marked by lower commodity prices and reduced export revenues, Peru is on track to begin economic recovery in 2016, with increased mineral output set to drive much of its rebound. The IMF forecasts growth to rise to 3.3% in 2016, up from an estimated 2.5% in 2015.

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