Reports from the Field
"We delivered many lasting improvements in safety, environmental and social performance in 2021, as highlighted in our 12th annual Sustainability Report," said Peter Rockandel, President and CEO.
One does not have to go far down the list of successful New Mexico Tech alumni to come across the name Lukas Lundin. Lukas graduated from New Mexico Tech in 1981 with a degree in petroleum engineering and has since established himself as a global leader in the oil, gas, and mineral resources industries.
The Vicuña District has been in the news this year as Josemaria Resources moves its namesake project toward production; Filo Mining delivers some of the longest and highest grade intercepts in the world; and NGEX prepares to drill out the high grade core of its Los Helados Deposit.
The Lundin Group has a long and storied history in Argentina. Since the 1990's they were involved in the Alumbrera and Veladero projects. In the early 2000's the Lundin Group staked the Vicuña district and in doing so they have unearthed a major new copper district in the heart of the central Andes - already a source of 40% of the world's copper supply.
The Company’s leadership team believes strongly in the importance of a sensible Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) policy for all its business dealings. These ESG efforts measure the sustainability and societal impact of an investment in a company or business. ESG investing is also a risk-management strategy and some companies that are not run sustainably can be less viable long-term.
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With Eira Thomas, CEO and Naseem Lahri, Botswana MD, Lucara Diamond
Lukas H. Lundin interview by Critical Resource.
In an exclusive interview, Lundin Group Chairman Lukas Lundin discusses the outlook for various commodities, argues that we are on the brink of another commodity supercycle, and emphasises the need for companies to do more to protect their social license to operate.
Lundin Mining employs a comprehensive approach to tailings management. This provides us with confidence that potential environmental and social impacts can be reliably identified and minimized.
Watch a video from the American Petroleum Institute that illustrates how a seismic survey is acquired offshore.