Chief executive Jean-Sebastian Jacques comments come as the company had to suspend shipments from the Mongolian mine last week.
Mongolia Mining News
Over 60 kilometers, they line up: truck after truck, after truck. Nearly every one of them is laden with coal.
Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi (ETT), the state-owned company that holds the license to the deposit, has already begun evaluating bids and calculating the potential economic benefits of restarting it.
Once the underground expansion is completed Ouy Tolgoi would become one of the three largest copper mines in the world.
Canada’s Erdene Resource is one of the very few miners to have never encountered issues in the East Asian nation.
Report shows higher ore prices have encouraged the likes of Iran, Russia and Mongolia to increase shipments to China at faster pace than dominant players.
Lower grades and reduced mining at open pit expected with massive underground expansion of Mongolian mine at least five years away.
Andrew Harding, once tipped as the most likely person to take the company’s reins, is being replaced by Chris Salisbury, currently leading the copper and coal division.
The company's Bayan Khundii project went from greenfield prospect to the company’s flagship asset in roughly nine months.
The mining giant is said to have hired Goldman Sachs as an adviser to look at a two-step wrap-up of the Vancouver-based firm.
The transaction will result in a consolidated landholding of over 1,500km2 between and along a strike from the Oyu Tolgoi and Tsagaan Suvarga copper mines.
Move comes on the heels of Rio Tinto’s decision to resume work on a $5.3 billion expansion of the Oyu Tolgoi copper mine, following a three-year delay due to disputes with authorities.
Construction of the massive mine's underground portion will begin within months, with first production expected by 2020.
The Alliance for Responsible Mining announces today that Fairmined Ecological Gold from the Mongolian organization XAMODX and five mining organizations in la Llanada, Colombia is now available.
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The more than 2,000 people who gathered in Ulaanbaatar's Freedom Square claimed foreign companies have exploited Mongolia's mineral wealth, which accounts for 94% of the nation's exports.
The ramp up in Mongolian coal production will be faced with decreasing demand from China, the major importer of Mongolian coking coal.
The move comes as the Asian country is launching a new program this week that aims to attract mining exploration.
The nation has struggled to manage its resources leading to disagreements and protests of mining operations.
During the PFI Awards Dinner held in London on Feb. 3.
After a five-year delay, the country’s parliament has finally approved Centerra’s plans to mine the Gatsuurt gold deposit.
Figures include 520,695 ounces of gold from the Kumtor mine, in the Kyrgyz Republic, and 16,226 ounces of gold from the Boroo mine, in Mongolia.
The $4.4 billion deal involved international financial institutions and export credit agencies representing the governments of the U.S., Canada and Australia, along with 15 commercial banks.