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Oyu Tolgoi is one of the world’s largest new copper-gold mines and is located in the South Gobi region of Mongolia, approximately 550 km south of the capital, Ulaanbaatar, and 80 km north of the Mongolia-China border.
Oyu Tolgoi has the potential to operate for approximately 100 years from five known mineralized deposits. The first of those (the Oyut deposit) was put into production as an open-pit operation in 2013.
Turquoise Hill expects average production from 2025 to 2030 to be more than 550,000 tonnes of copper and over 450,000 ounces of gold per year.



The Company holds exploration licenses covering approximately 10,730 hectares and a mining license covering over 6,040 hectares. These include Altan Nar, a gold-polymetallic project that the Company is advancing toward a production decision; Bayan Khundii, an earlier-stage gold discovery; Khuvyn Khar, an early-stage copper-silver porphyry project with multiple drill targets and copper intersections; Zuun Mod, a molybdenum-copper porphyry deposit, and Altan Arrow, an early-stage gold-silver project.
Erdene Resources Development is the first company cross listed on both a foreign exchange and the Mongolian Stock Exchange.


Kincora Copper completed a transformational transaction to form the dominant landholding in one of the most prospective areas of the Southern Gobi belt- between and on strike with Rio Tinto’s Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mine, the largest current global expansion project in the mining sector, and the Tsagaan Suvarga Serven Sukhait porphyry development project. Kincora's portfolio has attracted a first-class technical team who are credited with multiple discoveries of Tier 1 copper deposits.


Entrée Resources Ltd. is a Canadian mining company with a unique carried 20% or 30% joint venture interest in an integral part of the Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mining project in Mongolia. The joint venture property ("Entrée/Oyu Tolgoi JV Property") includes Lift 1 and Lift 2 of the Hugo North Extension deposit and the Heruga copper-gold-molybdenum deposit, along with an extensive, highly prospective exploration land package, which covers almost 15 kilometers strike length to the north and south of the current Oyu Tolgoi trend of world class copper-gold deposits.  Together, these form a significant component of the overall Oyu Tolgoi project.


The Altan Tsagaan Ovoo gold and silver project (the “ATO Project”) is located in the territory of Dornod province of Eastern Mongolia.  The ATO Project is comprised of one mining licence (MV-017111) over an area of 5,492.63 hectares. ATO Project estimated to produce 146,699 ounces of Au and 672,518 ounces Ag over the project period at an attractive total capital cost of US$19.6 million and total operating cost of US$48.8 million over the project period.
The Company has approximately 20,000 meter drill program underway at Mungu, northeast of the ATO resource. The Company has also commenced exploration at the Uudam Khundii property.The Uudam Khundii property is comprised of one exploration licence covering around 14,500 hectares. 


SouthGobi owns strategically located coal assets with logistics infrastructure and trading capabilities. It’s flagship Ovoot Tolgoi coal mine is the closest coal mine to China and is located 46 km north of China-Mongolia border where coal can be transported through railway systems to major coal consuming hubs in China. The company also holds the mining and exploration licences of other metallurgical and thermal coal deposits in the South Gobi Province of Mongolia. SouthGobi’s largest shareholders are China Cinda Asset Management Corporation Limited and China Investment Corporation, both of them are state-owned financial institutions in China and provide strong strategic and financial supports to SouthGobi. 


Prophecy’s 100% owned Ulaan Ovoo coal mine was commissioned to production in December 2010 and since that time the Company has spent over $60 million on the project, including road and bridge building, mining fleet, mining camp, pre-stripping, and other infrastructure and community improvement.
The Ulaan Ovoo property sits approximately 430 km by paved highway from the capital city of Mongolia, Ulaanbataar. It is also strategically located just 17 km from the Russian border and 120 km from both Mongolian and Russian rail links. The project contains 209 million tonnes of measured and indicated coal resources.