Peruvian state-owned water company Autodema was created to supply and regulate water for agricultural and urban use. The company is developing the Majes-Siguas II project to improve water and irrigation infrastructure in Peru's Arequipa region. The scheme aims to irrigate 46,500ha and includes a 500MW hydroelectric unit. The first phase, which entailed the construction of preparatory infrastructure, such as the Condorama dam, tunnels and canals, was finalized in 2010. The second phase involves an upgrade of the existing irrigation infrastructure and an expansion of the capture area, through construction of the Angostura dam, and derivation and irrigation networks towards the Majes and Siguas plains.