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Adolfo Durañona

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Adolfo Durañona is managing partner of Baker McKenzie’s Buenos Aires office since 2013. He has extensive experience working on corporate and commercial transactions for companies in the oil & gas, mining and natural resources industries. Adolfo has authored several reviews for various publications — including Sweet & Maxwell — usually involving Argentinean investments and mining. He is ranked in Chambers and Partners as a Tier 1 attorney for Argentina, Energy & Natural Resources: Mining.

By means of National Decree No. 427/2021 (“Decree”), published on 1 July 2021, the National Executive Power granted the General Ports Administration (AGP), a State Company, the concession for the maintenance of a signaling system, dredging and re-draining tasks, and hydrological control of the Paraguay-Paraná Waterway (“Waterway”) for a period of 12 months, or until it is awarded by another entity through an international bidding proceeding.

On 8 March 2021, through Resolutions Nos. 50 and 51 (“Resolutions”) from the Nation’s Mining Secretary, more than 100 exploration companies and 33 mining services companies  –  indicated in Annex I of each of the Resolutions  –  have been preventively discharged from the Mining Investments Registry of Law No. 24,196. The preventive discharged was for one year. The  companies that have been preventively discharged will be able to request reinstatement to the Mining Investment Registry in accordance with Section 4 of Resolution No. 118/2020, only if is not definitive.