mining companies in ecuador

  • Oil drilling underway beneath Ecuador's Yasuní

    Oil drilling underway beneath Ecuador's Yasuní national park ... claims it has learned lessons from the rampant destruction that took place when oil was discovered and exploited by US companies ...

  • AMAZON WATCH » Drilling Towards Disaster: Ecuador's ...

    Drilling Towards Disaster: Ecuador's Aggressive Amazonian Oil Push. ... That's what the government wants because we are resisting resource extraction projects like oil and mining throughout the Amazon region." ... Indigenous peoples across Ecuador's Amazon have again vowed to keep the companies out and they are asking for our solidarity. Let's ...

  • Lundin Seeks Up to $940 Million for Ecuador Gold Mine ...

    Jun 06, 2016· Watch video· The company will start to negotiate the second phase of financing after Ecuadors presidential election, Hochstein said. Funding for the second phase will likely come from a combination of ...

  • Home Lumina Gold Corp.

    Lumina Gold Corp (TSX-V: LUM) is a Vancouver based Canadian precious and base metals exploration and development company focused on gold & copper projects in Ecuador

  • How & Where to Find Gold in Ecuador

    There is a tidal wave of interest in gold mining opportunities in Ecuador these days. Here at my house in Quito, I used to get a new visitor from somewhere in the world every month or two. Here at my house in Quito, I used to get a new visitor from somewhere in the world every month or two.

  • Ecuador MICLA

    As the industry site Infomine notes Since 1991, mining companies have submitted applications to explore almost 18 million of Ecuadors 25 637 000 hectares, more than 69% of the country. Unemployment levels: 6.5% (as percentage of

  • Canadian mining in Latin America and the Caribbean Wikipedia

    By 2009, the Canadian larger-company mineral exploration market in this region was valued at US$1.7 billion. Currently, Latin America and the Caribbean are dominated by Canadian companies falling from a 49% to 32% held control over the larger-company mineral exploration market after