A consortium formed by Spanish companies Abengoa and Acciona has signed a contract to complete the construction of the Cerro Dominador solar thermal plant in Chile. As leader of the consortium, Acciona will have a 51% stake and be responsible for building the 110MW solar thermal plant with Abengoa technology. Touted be the first of its kind in Latin America, the solar thermal plant will join the 100MW photovoltaic plant built by Abengoa, which has been in commercial operation since February 2018.
Italian construction firm Salini Impregilo has announced the start of $450m tunnel work in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The project forms part of the Argentinean government’s public works project valued at $1.2bn to clean up the Matanza-Riachuelo Basin. The 12km tunnel is being constructed by the consortium led by Salini Impregilo, which will flush the waste water that will be treated at one of two plants to be built near the River Plate.
The tunnel is touted to be one of the longest of its kind in the world, excavated 40m below the riverbed. The last 1.5km of its length will be equipped with a series of steel tubes that will rise up to the riverbed. Work is anticipated to be completed by 2021. The overall project is aimed at cleaning the basin, including drilling of dozens of kilometres of sewers and tunnels. It includes the construction of two treatment plants for sludge and water.
South America-focused Miramont Resources Corp. (CSE: MONT) announced that it has entered into an option agreement to acquire the rights to the Milenos 32 concession adjacent to its Cerro Hermoso project in Peru.
With this acquisition, the combined area of the project has increased to 1,318 hectares. Cerro Hermoso is located in the southern Puno region, 60 kilometres from the city of Juliaca and 5 kilometres northwest from the supply town of Santa Lucía.
"This concession gives Miramont full control of the Pocomoro zone where highly anomalous copper and silver have been identified in surface rock samples," the company said in a press release
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