Los Andes Copper well-placed for energy transition with its Vizcachitas Copper Project in Chile

Recession concerns have put extreme pressure on the prices of copper and other base metals this year, which Los Andes Copper Ltd (TSX-V:LA) CEO R. Michael Jones believes is out of kilter due to copper’s role in electrification and the global energy transition.

Jones told Proactive that the company’s Vizcachitas Copper Project in Chile – a world-class asset – is well-placed to meet future demand.

“This project is going to be one of the ones that will be one of the next big Chilean copper mines, where 30% of the world’s copper is produced,” Jones said.

Los Andes announced this month that it can now resume drilling at Vizcachitas after the Second Environmental Court in Chile revised a preliminary injunction issued on March 18, 2022, which had suspended drilling.

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