Salvador is 1,100 km north of Santiago, Chile. Currently, the operation consists of an underground mine and various open pits. Salvador operates a conventional sulphide mill of 32kt/d ore producing copper and moly concentrate. It also operates a 25kt/a SxEw cathode plant. This analysis includes the Inca Project contemplated in the PND 2017 to extend the life of both the sulphide and SxEw circuit.