Civil Metallurgical Engineer with more than 30 years of experience in Metallurgical Engineering and Processes. Graduated from the University of Santiago, Chile, with a Diploma in Mineral Economics from the University of Chile.
He joined Pares&Alvarez in 2019 as Mining Development Manager, where he has led mining projects in the area of Copper Hydrometallurgy. He has worked as a project advisor and has held executive positions in the development areas of mining megaprojects in the area of Mineral Concentration.
Highly qualified professional, team leader, motivated, able to perform in a budget and time constrained environment, always maintaining a positive attitude towards work with the highest ethical and professional standards.
Qualified by the Chilean Mining Commission in the Register of Competent Persons in Mineral Resources and Reserves, No. 0349.
Chloride leaching technology has positioned itself as a solution for mining companies, the low cost of sodium chloride and its proximity to operations make leaching a necessary transformation for their current hydrometallurgical operations.
The high copper prices have opened a space for reflection necessary to guide the efforts of the country's economic engine.
In recent years we have witnessed a great and sustained advance in acid leaching technology in a chlorinated environment.