Calenturitas is an open-pit mine located in the department of Cesar, in the north of Colombia, between the municipalities El Paso, La Jagua de Ibirico and Becerril.
Thanks to its coal-handling infrastructure, Calenturias was the capacity to process between 15 and 17 million tonnes of coal, loading up to 23 million tonnes onto trains each year.
La Jagua is an open-pit coal mine in the municipality of La Jagua de Ibirico, Cesar. It consists of five mining concessions held by three companies: Carbones de La Jagua SA, Consorcio Minero Unido SA, Carbones El Tesoro SA.
The crushed coal from La Jagua mine was transported by truck to the coal handling facilities at the Calenturitas mine, where it is loaded onto rail cars for transport to the port in Ciénaga, Magdalena.
Both mines are in a Care and Maintenance phase, complying all environmental obligations in accordance with Colombian environmental authorities.