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Antofagasta plc, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the exploration, development, and mining of copper; transportation of freight by rail and road; and distribution of water primarily in Chile. Its Mining division owns and operates copper mines, including Los Pelambres, Esperanza, El Tesoro, and Michilla projects in Chile. This division primarily produces copper concentrates containing by-products, such as molybdenum, gold, and silver; and produces copper cathodes. The company’s Transport division provides rail cargo services in Chile and Bolivia, as well as road cargo and other ancillary services in Chile. It transports copper cathodes from and sulphuric acid to mines in the Antofagasta region; and zinc and lead concentrates from Bolivia via the border town of Ollagüe, as well as provides cargo transfer, shipment, and storage services. Its Water division operates a concession for the distribution of water in the Antofagasta region; and supplies potable desalinated water to domestic and commercial customers through its pipe network of 1,140 kilometers. The company was founded in 1888 and is based in London, the United Kingdom. Antofagasta plc is a subsidiary of Metalinvest Establishment.

5,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/11/14
Founded in 1888

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Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. and Antofagasta plc Complete Joint Summer Exploration Program at Storm

Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. announced that it has completed a joint summer exploration program at its Storm Project in conjunction with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Antofagasta plc. Outcomes from the program include new discoveries of copper-bearing frost heaved subcrop and float that increase the distance over which copper mineralization has been found at surface on the Project. The joint exploration program was conducted over a three-week period by technical professionals from Aston Bay, Antofagasta and consulting company APEX Geoscience Ltd. Work completed at Storm included geological mapping in the vicinity of the known mineralization as well as prospecting and soil sampling in areas where little or no mineralization had been previously identified. Targeting for the prospecting and soil sampling was driven by results from the Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) survey conducted in 2011 and previous soil sampling programs. Copper-bearing minerals, including malachite and chalcocite, were discovered in frost heaved subcrop and float in several areas where no previous drilling or surface sampling had been conducted. Samples of the copper-bearing material were collected for assay and results will be released once obtained.

Riverside Resources Inc. and Antofagasta Commence Drilling at the Swift Katie Porphyry Copper Project in British Columbia, Canada

Riverside Resources Inc. and alliance partner Antofagasta announced that drilling has commenced on the Swift Katie Project located in southeastern BC. Drilling will focus on the newly identified "Swift" porphyry target. Historic drilling in the Swift area targeted precious metal veins, but Swift has never been explored as a porphyry copper target. During 2013 and 2014, Riverside completed a soil sampling program, identifying geochemical anomalies (copper, gold, silver and potassium) within anomalous resistivity and magnetic signatures. These geophysical and geochemical anomalies are coincident with host rocks which are of a prospective age and lithology for hosting mineralization. The Swift target lies immediately south of the Katie deposit which hosts alkalic porphyry copper-gold mineralization. Alkalic porphyry mineralization commonly occurs in clusters, thus the Swift area presents a compelling new target. Riverside's 1,150-metre reconnaissance diamond drilling program is now underway, testing targets within a 2km by 2km multi-element set of soil anomalies coincident with a circular low resistivity feature, suggestive of porphyry-style alteration. The program will consist of 4 drill holes, drilled to a depth of at least 275m, and will aim to prove that porphyry-style mineralization and alteration at the Swift target does exist at depth. Confirmation of a porphyry system would encourage a follow-up phase of exploration and likely further drilling. Results will be released once all assays have been received and interpreted.

Antofagasta plc, H1 2014 Earnings Call, Aug 26, 2014

Antofagasta plc, H1 2014 Earnings Call, Aug 26, 2014


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