Эх сурвалж: www.resourceinvestingnews.com
Resource Investors to Watch Mongolian Parliamentary Elections
Vancouver-based Ivanhoe Mines (NYSE:IVN), now majority owned by Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO), recently announced that initial production will commence during the third quarter of this year at its Oyu Tolgoi or “Turquoise Hill” copper-gold mine in Southern Mongolia’s Gobi desert.
Chandgana Power Plant Project EPC, PPA, Project Financing Update
An update on the Prophecy Coal Corp. (TSX:PCY,OTCQX:PRPCF,FWB:1P2) EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction), PPA (Power Purchase Agreement), and project financing in connection with its proposed Chandgana power plant project in Mongolia: 4 Chinese EPC companies have reviewed information and conducted project site visits in Mongolia, and Prophecy working closely with a working commission on the PPA.
Germany Looks to Mongolia to Secure Energy Future
Last Thursday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel signed a resource trade agreement with her Mongolian counterpart in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar. Surrounded by a contingent of German industry leaders, the German delegates were eager to secure access to Mongolia’s burgeoning mining economy, specifically its coal, rare earth elements and other commodities, in exchange for German [...]
Resource Nationalism on the Rise
When it comes to commodities, diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but governments aren’t as picky. With the recent posturing of the Mongolian government to rewrite the investment agreement with Vancouver-based copper and gold miner Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. (TSE:IVN), investors are fearful that “resource nationalism” will make mining companies a losing bet. Mongolia is [...]
Mongolia: Emerging Mineral Giant
As the search for new mineral deposits sends companies to the far reaches of the globe, emerging economies play a vital role. The lack of exploration and development in these economies has kept vast mineral wealth largely untapped. This is evident in the new reports of Afghanistan’s mineral wealth, which should come as no surprise. [...]