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Inchustegui Zevallos sworn in as Peru's Minister of Energy and Mines - Business News Americas

Thursday, 6 August 2020

This Ministry of Energy and Mines release was published using machine translation.

The President of the Republic, Martín Vizcarra, swore Luis Miguel Inchustegui Zevallos as Minister of Energy and Mines today to replace Rafael Belaunde Llosa.

Inchustegui Zevallos is a lawyer from the University of Lima, he has an MBA in Business Administration from the San Ignacio de Loyola University. He has experience in community relations, sustainable development, communications, legal and institutional relations.

Likewise, the new Minister of Energy and Mines has more than 15 years of experience in the extractive sector, during which you have led issues of corporate affairs and sustainable development in various private sector companies.

He has also worked as a consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to define actions of the Rimay Center for Convergence and Good Mining-Energy Practices, and as an independent director at Turmalina Metals Corp and Cañariaco Cooper Peru.

Inchustegui Zevallos was Vice President of Corporate Affairs at the South African company Gold Fields, and also Vice President of Government Affairs and Deputy to the General Manager of the mining company Lumina Cooper.

In the public sector, he has served as Vice Minister of Mines at the Ministry of Energy and Mines.

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