An Analysis of Global Opportunities for Chile’s Mining Industry

MIT MOG logoEnrique Miranda

Enrique Miranda, General Manager IIMCh

Date: Thursday March 7, 2013

Time: 5:00 pm EDT

Location: 66-144 (map)

Free and open to all

Refreshments will be served.

About the Presentation

Chile’s copper reserves and its production level are positioning the country for international opportunities. This presentation will analyze the future of Chile’s copper supply and compare it with global demand for copper and other minerals. Demand fundamentals, especially for copper, will be discussed and differentiated by industry sector.

The presentation will also outline, from the perspective of the IIMCh (Chilean Association of Mining Engineers), the challenges for Chile in light of the current high demand for its copper.

About the Speaker

Enrique Miranda is currently general manager of the Chilean Association of Mining Engineers.

Miranda’s experience, mainly in finance and operations, spans over 20 years. Among the important Chilean companies he has worked for areCODELCO and Telefonica Chile.

He is an alumnus of the MIT Sloan Fellows Program (1989) and received a degree civil engineering/mining from Universidad de Chile. Miranda is also a pilot and a member of the Club Aereo de Santiago.

Enrique Miranda