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  • Alto Piura CEO quits troubled project

    2/15/17
    The chief executive of Peru's Alto Piura irrigation and hydroelectric project, Carlos Pagador Moya, resigned after three months in charge. Local newspaper La República reported that Pagador Moya sent a resignation letter to the...

  • Alto Piura CEO quits troubled project

    2/15/17
    The chief executive of Peru's Alto Piura irrigation and hydroelectric project, Carlos Pagador Moya, resigned after three months in charge. Local newspaper La República reported that Pagador Moya sent a resignation letter to the...

  • El Salvador hears call for mining ban

    2/8/17
    Metallic mining should be banned in El Salvador to avoid environmental damage and human rights violations, the government's environment commission heard. The country is not an appropriate jurisdiction for mining due to its degraded ...

  • Peru force majeure count dips to new low

    2/6/17
    Latest data from Peru reveals the number of hydrocarbon exploration and production contracts with activated force majeure clauses is at a three-year low. Contracts for blocks 116, 144, XXIII, XXVI, Z-45, Z-48 and Z-49, among others,...

  • Mining in Ecuador: A New Dawn

    1/31/17 - By Laura Superneau
    Ecuador is on a serious quest to make its mining framework competitive and win back investor confidence after previous reforms created an unfavorable tax regime and significant uncertainty. Today, two mines are under construction,...