Metals and mining, Kyrgyzstan Metals and Mining
Kyrgyzstan considers the possibility of building a copper smelter, the State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use of Kyrgyzstan informs.
In 2016, Highland Gold produced 261 thousand troy ounces (8.12 tons) of gold and gold equivalent against 262.4 thousand troy ounces (8.16 tons) in 2015.
KAZ Minerals Group has completed the construction and began the commissioning work at the Bozshakol concentrator processing kaolinized ore with the capacity of 5 million tons, the chairman of the c
The Kyrgyz-Chinese company Altynken may suspend the production at the Left Bank Taldy-Bulak gold mine in Kyrgyzstan, if the issue of the concentrate processing is not resolved, chairman of the Cent
In 2017-2018, three concentrating plants are planned to be built in the Kemerovo region and the share of coal processing should increase from the current 72% to 90% by 2020.
Highland Gold, the largest shareholder of which is Roman Abramovich, wants to attract Chinese investors to the development of the Unkurtash deposit in Kyrgyzstan.
KAZ Minerals has summed up its operating results for the first six months of 2016.
The president of the National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan A.Erkebaev and managing director of Jogmec (Japan) T.Tsujimoto had a meeting.
The parties discussed a wide range of questions, regarding cooperation between the two countries in holding exploration and development of ore mining deposits.
In these challenging times, when geologists are trying to "stretch" shrinking budgets in every way, some Australian states and territories are finding new ways to attract investment into exploration, including measures to stimulate co-financing of drilling and finding new innovative ways in geological prospecting.
At the same time, a variety of Australian and New Zealand jurisdictions are actively revising their regulatory regimes that govern (but often hinder) the legal framework for exploration. While many jurisdictions have announced their intention to "remove unnecessary red tape and streamline the negotiation process", the actual transition to a regulatory regime is often time-consuming and erroneous.
Eti Bakir Tereksai, created by Kyrgyzaltyn (25%) and Turkish Eti Bakir (75%), has won the tender for the development of gold-antimony deposit Terek, gold ore deposits Terekkan and Perevalnoye in Kyrgyzstan, the State Agency on Geology and Mineral Resources under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic reports.