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a port city on the Pacific in northern Chile

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Scope : Construction of 517-megawatt Kelar complex in Mejillones, north of Antofagasta, Chile.
This 14-day cruise departs Miami for Santiago, Chile on January 3, 1998 and includes calls at Georgetown, Grand Cayman; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; transit of the Panama Canal; crossing the Equator; Salinas, Ecuador; Lima, Peru; Arica and Antofagasta, Chile.
All assays were submitted for preparation and analysis by ALS Chemex at its Antofagasta, Chile, facilities.
In this project, EECSA will build and operate a coal-fired power plant with a net capacity of 472MW (236 MW Eu 2) in Mejillones, Antofagasta, Chile, with the electricity generated to be sold to the neighboring Sierra Gorda Copper Mine and local major mining companies.
Early in the second quarter, Amax Gold acquired a 90 percent interest in the Guanaco Project, south of Antofagasta, Chile.
Samples, including blanks and duplicates, were prepared and analyzed by ALS Chemex in Antofagasta, Chile.
On Thursday 14 March the Royal Danish Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary inaugurated FLSmidth s new Supercenter in Antofagasta, Chile in the company of Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs Villy Sovndal, the Mayor of Antofagasta Karen Rojo and FLSmidth Group CEO JE[sup.
Amax Gold's 1991 drilling program has identified a resource of about 900,000 ounces of gold located on a 36 square mile property position about 100 miles south of Antofagasta, Chile.
Kvaerner Metals Engineering & Construction, the Anglo-Norwegian company that is overseeing the $170-million construction project, named Emery's Global Project Management group, based in Houston, as the international project forwarder along with Emery Worldwide de Chile's full-service offices in Santiago and Antofagasta, Chile.
This report was completed by Bateman/Parsons (a joint venture of Bateman Engineering and The Parsons Corporation) in conjunction with reserve, process, mining and transportation studies and represents the most extensive studies conducted to date for the development of Atacama's major new caliche mine and chemical plant near Antofagasta, Chile.
El Loa is located in the Andes north of the El Abra and Chucquicamata deposits and south of the Collahuasi and Quebrada Blanca deposits, approximately 190 miles northeast of Antofagasta, Chile.
to supply a reverse osmosis system which will treat water from one of the world's largest open pit copper mines (Escondida) located east of Antofagasta, Chile.