Projects - Weekly snapshot

Publicado el 18/02/2019

Áreas de Práctica: Financiamiento de Proyectos

 


From Tuesday, February 12th to Monday, February 18th, 2019

SPOTLIGHT

Concession of the Huancayo - Huancavelica  Railroad will be granted in concession in July of 2020

Proinversion modified the scheme to grant in concession the Huancayo to Huancavelica railroad, so it will include not only the rehabilitation, but improvements have been made to it, which can even transport passengers and cargo from Huancavelica to Lima, taking advantage of the current railway to that area.

They also reported that they hope to grant the "Huancayo - Huancavelica Railroad" concession in July of 2020, which will be executed as a co-financed initiative of the Government with an investment of US$ 226 million.

Once the project is awarded, the project is expected to be executed in a period of three years, although a first section should be operating in 2.5 years, with which the time of the railway journey can be reduced, from 4 to 5 hours a between 2 and 3 hours (Diario Gestión).

MONDAY 18

  • The company Cementos Inka will start works for the development of a plant in Pisco (Ica), from where it will supply infrastructure projects in the southern part of the country. The investment would be about US$ 25 million (Diario Gestión).

  • The Canadian Hudbay Peru plans to continue its exploration in areas near the Constancia mine, which operates at more than 94% capacity, being among the best mining practices in the world (Diario Gestión).


FRIDAY 15

  • Proinversion indicated it expects to grant the "Huancayo - Huancavelica Railroad" concession in July of 2020, which will be executed as a co-financed initiative of the Government with an investment of US$ 226 million (Diario Gestión).

  • Proinversión indicated that it is working for the project to distribute natural gas in seven regions of the south and the center of the country in June of the next year (Diario Gestión).


WEDNESDAY 13

  • The Ministry of Transport and Communications (Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones) and Ferrocarril Andino (Fetransa) will soon subscribe a new addendum to the rail concession agreement from Cusco to Machu Picchu, so that it can carry out six projects to improve service to users (Diario Gestión).


TUESDAY 12

  • Southern Copper expects to receive the construction license for the Tía María project (Arequipa) this quarter, which is estimated to produce some 120,000 tons of copper per year, with an investment of US$ 1,400 million (Diario Gestión).

 


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