El Teniente

El Teniente

 

a populated place in Chile, in Cachapoal Province; situated in the Andes at an elevation of 2,800-3,000 m. Population, more than 10,000 (1970). El Teniente ranks second only to Chuquicamata as an important Chilean copper-mining and smelting center.

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Last week Codelco, the Chilean producer, announced the suspension of two major expansion projects at its Radomiro Tomic and El Teniente divisions, amounting to 220,000 tonnes of annual production.
Nonetheless, negotiations between the company and the Federacion de Trabajadores de Cobre (FTC) lasted into the first week of February, with workers at the El Teniente and Andina divisions of the company refusing to work.
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This is the second award from CODELCO El Teniente and, as such, is a testament to our mining-related expertise in the Global E&C Group.
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It did not report problems at El Teniente, its biggest mine.
Rodriguez's side suffered a shock 1-0 loss to Venezuela in their opening game of the tournament at the Estadio El Teniente on Sunday.
The towering Fulham defender, who could yet return to the club later this summer, played the entire game in the Estadio El Teniente, Rancagua, Chile.
Jeffries (James Stewart), y el teniente Tom Doyle (Wendell Corey)--subrayan la dificultad de comprender la vida privada de una persona al tratar de hacerla publica o de interpretarla desde afuera, descontextualizada.
Rebuilding work means O'Higgins won't be able to move back into their El Teniente home until the end of January so they start part two of the Chilean Primera Division campaign at the Estadio Monumental in Macul, just outside Santiago.
11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Veolia Water Chile and Vapor Procesos, a Chilean solutions provider for copper recovery from mining operations, have secured a contract with Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, to recover copper from tailings pond water at Codelco's El Teniente mine, located 120 km (approximately 75 miles) south of Santiago de Chile.
Similar events happened in El Teniente, south of the capital.