Gobi Coal

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Gobi Coal and Energy is a coking coal producer based in Mongolia. Gobi Coal owns 100% of three open cut coal development projects in southwestern Mongolia, containing approximately 95 million tonnes of reserves,[1] which it supplies to clients in western and northeastern China. Its owners include Beijing-based private- equity firm Origo Partners.[2]

Coal Projects

The company website lists the following projects:[3]

  • The Company's Shinejinst project is expected to begin initial production in late 2011, and contains approximately 95 million tonnes of reserves, producing approximately 5 million tonnes per annum of coking coal.
  • The Company's Zeegt project contains 93 million tonnes of resources, and is expected to begin production in 2014, with 3 million tonnes per annum of coking coal.
  • Khurren Gol is an exploration project with close to 200,000 hectares of tenements in a coking coal region.

Contact Details

Website: http://http://www.gobicoal.com/

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References

  1. "Gobi Coal" Gobi Coal website, accessed Sep. 2011.
  2. "Gobi Coal Said to Seek Buyers as Stock Rout Hurts IPO Plan" Bloomberg, Sep. 19, 2011.
  3. "Gobi Coal" Gobi Coal website, accessed Sep. 2011.

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