Carbonifera Victoria de Lebu

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Carbonifera Victoria de Lebu is a 99.9% owned subsidiary of Empresa Nacional del Carbon (ENACAR). The company operates the La Fortuna coal mine near Lebu in Region VIII.[1]

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  1. Steven T. Anderson, "The Mineral Industry of Chile", U.S. Geological Survey, September 2009.

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