• The new year will begin with a bang for the Mongolian Geology, Mining and Oil sectors. ‘Mongolian Minerals, Oil Forum’, their biggest joint event ever, and the first of what is planned as an annual event in the global calendar, will be held in the third week of January, with support from the Government.

  • Produced by CDMC Events, The 13th Clean Coal Forum 2014 will be held o June n12,13, 2014 in Beijing, China. We are glad to invite President of Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute to discuss Dynamic of Clean Coal-fired Power Generation Development in China – Introduction of Huaneng GreenGen IGCC Project and etc.

  • Produced by CDMC Events, The 13th Clean Coal Forum 2014 will be held on June 12,13, 2014 in Beijing, China. We are glad to invite  Experts from SINOPEC to discuss Existing Problems in Present Coal Chemical Industry which will focus on Usage of Lignite; Selection of applicable coal gasification technology; Coal chemical industry VS. Environmental carrying capability; Development of coal chemical perspective: construction and competition and etc.

  • The Mongolian Mining Journal is adding another feather to its cap as it prepares to organise a forum to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the modern Mongolian mineral sector. We shall be working in conjunction with the Office of the President and the forum will be held at the Government Palace in November 2013. 
  • "Future Mongolia", taking place once again over a period of four days (19th – 22nd June) in the Buyant Ukhaa sports complex, marks the second time that a capital goods trade fair has been organised to European standards in Mongolia.
  • Maxim Berdichevsky, Counsellor and Senior Trade Commissioner at the Embassy of Canada, talks to the Mongolian Mining Journal.

  • Theme of CHINA MINING 2012 is published.
    One week to go before the early bird rate expires

    CHINA MINING Conference and Exhibition, the 14th edition of the largest mining event in Asia hosted by China Ministry of Land & Resources, will be held in Tianjin on November 3-6, 2012.
  • This year’s forum will take place in Ulaanbaatar over the 30th and 31st of August. "Mongolia and its investment opportunities have been at the center of investors" and media attention for the past few months, we believe that Discover Mongolia IMIF, celebrating its 10th anniversary, has the reputation of being the venue where investors and companies can formulate their own perspective on Mongolia"s investment environment" said the Chairman of the Organizing Committee and Mongolia"s first elected President H.E. Ochirbat Punsalmaa.
  • CoalTrans–Mongolia  in Ulaanbaatar  on June 22 and 23 brought together international coal traders to study opportunities in the Mongolian coal sector. Mongolia’s confirmed coal reserve of 162 billion tons is likely to rise when additional exploration is done.

    In 2010, total coal production was 25 million tons, and 18 million tons of this was exported to China, in a historical first.  The remaining 7 million tons was used inside the country. The Government estimates domestic demand reaching at the most 20 million tons by 2025. That leaves Mongolia with abundant opportunity to export even 100 million tons by then.
  • Power supply for the OT mine was the hottest topic at the recent international Mongolian Power 2011 conference. Mineral Resource and Energy Minister D.Zorigt revealed that he had strongly suggested during negotiations on the agreement two years ago that the power supply issue should be taken up simultaneously with start of major construction at the site, but the OT administration had insisted they would need a power plant only in 2016, after construction of the mine was finished.  Zorigt regretted that the Government had been unable to exert more pressure on the investing company, which has led to the present need to change the schedule.
Do you agree with increasing state participation in the Draft New Mining Law?
  • 1. Agree
  • 2. Disagree



1 month
Copyright © 2014 Mongolian Mining Journal