Chemical Civil Engineer from the University of Concepción, in 2021 he assumes the responsibility of Country Manager of Pares&Alvarez Australia. During his more than 22 years of experience he has participated and led projects in the mining, energy and oil & gas sectors.
He joined the company as a process engineer in 1998 and after 10 years migrated to Europe with Jacobs Engineering UK. He served as Process Discipline Leader on projects in consulting, engineering and construction support and engineering management for clients in the Middle East, Korea, Ireland and England. In 2018 he is based in Australia as Engineering Manager on EPCM projects with Worley in Perth for projects in excess of $200m. He holds a Diploma of Higher Specialised Studies in Water Treatment Process Engineering from the University of Lille, France.
ISC symposium held recently in Perth, focused this year in the technological developments to reduce CO2 emissions in the infrastructure sector.
The use of reverse osmosis desalination and the impulsion system represent 25% of the non-recirculated fresh water consumption in the mining sector.
The event, sponsored by Pares& Alvarez, addressed the challenges and opportunities for collaboration between Australia and Latin America for the development of the lithium and electromobility industry.
The event, which brought together more than 550 attendees, was addressed by the Minister of Regional Development for Agriculture and Food and the Hydrogen Industry, Alannah Mac Tiernan.
Mauricio Saldías, country manager of P&A Australia, participated in the luncheon that WAMC held on July 29 in Perth.
W.A gives us a vision of what we can become in terms of technological development of mining, renewable energies and entrepreneurship.
Mining accounts for approximately 10% of the country's GDP and is considered a pillar of its economy.