|Project Details||"The Quellaveco Project is operated by Minera Quellaveco S.A.(MQSA). Majority ownership of MQSA is held by Santiago-based Mantos Blancos, 80%, with 20% held by the International Finance Corp., the arm of the World Bank that invests in private / commercial sector projects. Mantos Blancos is a holding of the South African mining company Anglo American" .|
The company has already started the construction of primary conditionning works, among which the tunnel for the diversion of the Asana river which "consists of the main, 7.8km long water tunnel with a 1.2km long access tunnel and a 4km long conveyor tunnel". 
Once operating, the mine would lead to the production of 225,000 tonnes per year of copper and other minerals over a lifespan of at least 32 years .
|Level of Investment (in USD)||6.000.000.000|
|Type of Population||Rural|
|Company Names or State Enterprises||Southern Peru Copper Corporation (SPPC) from Mexico - part of Grupo Mexico|
Anglo American from United Kingdom - Quellaveco Company was a consortium of Anglo-American Company of South Africa and International Finance Corporation of the World Bank
Minera Quellaveco S. A.
Mitsubishi heavy industries from Japan
Mantos Blancos - owns 80% of Minera Quellaveco S.A.
|Relevant government actors||Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo (INADE), Instituto Nacional de Recursos Naturales (INRENA), Ministerio de Energía y Minas (MINEM), Regional Government of Moquegua|
|International and Financial Institutions||The World Bank (WB) from United States of America |
Office of the Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman of IFC (CAO)
The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) - hydrological assessment of the open-pit copper mine project between February and June 2013
United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) - revision of the hydrological assessment of the project
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
|Environmental justice organisations and other supporters||Friends of the Earth International (FOEI), Global Green Grant - USA, Accion Civil Labor - Peru, CONACAMI - Peru, Frente de Defensa de los Intereses de Moquegua|