Green Transition and the Role of the US

March 20, 2024
Green Transition and the Role of the US: Pushing for new policies, but permitting remains slow

Transición energética para gerentes de mina

January 12, 2024
Expert Opinion Article by Guillermo Barreda, General Manager, Knight Piésold Peru (in Spanish).

Mine Water Stewardship in Arizona

June 01, 2023
Expert Opinion Article by Terry Braun, President, North America, SRK Consulting

Protecting Supply Chains and Prosperity: The Case for Reducing US Dependency on Foreign Critical Minerals

October 12, 2022
Expert Opinion Article by Eric Mears, Vice President, Haley & Aldrich

Arizona Copper Production: Securing a Domestic Supply Chain

October 10, 2022
Arizona, leading the charge towards the green transition

Driving Change: The responsible sourcing of cobalt and other key materials for the EV industry

May 23, 2022
“The low carbon economy will likely require US$50 trillion of investment over the next three decades, making it the biggest purchase order in history.”

Copper Production & Development in Chile

May 02, 2022
Investment and streamlined development is needed to capitalize on a generational opportunity.

Copper Exploration in Chile

May 02, 2022
Hunting for scale and a near-term path to production.





Chile Mining 2024 Pre-Release

The Chilean mining renaissance has begun. In 2024, the country is set to experience its first increase in copper production since 2018, driven by Codelco’s production surge and Teck Resources’ Quebrada Blanca II coming online. This year also saw the first major regulatory update since 1983 with amendments to Law No. 21,420, which modernized the mining framework. The government has shown strong support for the industry by committing to reduce permit processing times by a third and proposing 20 actionable measures to streamline processes. Additionally, Chile classified its 69 saline environments, leaving 31 open for private development and initiating a request for information process in April to rapidly advance these areas.