Buuruljuut coal mine

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The Buuruljuut coal mine is a proposed coal mine in Töv Province, Mongolia.

The mine would provide power to the Buuruljuut power station.


The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed mine, 120 kilometers from Ulaanbaatar in the Bayanjargalan District of Mongolia's Töv Province.[1]

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On May 31, 2016, the Mongolia Minister of Energy signed an investment and electricity sales and purchase agreement for the Buuruljuut coal mine and an associated 2 x 300 MW coal plant, the Buuruljuut power station. The project is sponsored by Bodi International Group and Power China Resources, and is planned for Bayanjargalan District.[1]

The bankable feasibility study for the project was completed in 2018.[2] In December 2018 it was reported that Bodi International LLC signed a US$566 million agreement with Sinosteel for the coal mine and coal plant.[3]

In August 2020, Mongolia's energy minister visited the proposed Buuruljuut coal mine site. The mine is expected to produce 1.2 to 5 million tons of coal per year.[4]

In March 2022, the power project was mentioned among those to be developed by the Energy Ministry.[5] A Mongolian Investment Conference also listed the power station in August 2022.[6]

Mine Details

  • Owner: Tsetsens Mining & Energy
  • Parent Company: Bodi International Group
  • Location: 120 km from Ulaanbaatar in the Bayanjargalan District, Töv Province, Mongolia[1]
  • GPS Coordinates: 45.756667, 107.993056 (approximate)
  • Mine Status: Proposed
  • Annual Capacity: 1.2 - 5 mtpa
  • Mineable Reserves:
  • Coal Type: Lignite
  • Mine Size:
  • Mine Type: Surface
  • Start Year:
  • Life of Mine:
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