Mongolia exports 7 tons of goldEconomy | Mining
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ In the first eight months of 2015, Mongolia extracted 15.2 million tons of coal, 7.2 tons of gold, and 766.9 thousand tons of petroleum, according to the statistics released at the “Transparent Mining” press conference on September 30.
It went on that 145.8 thousand tons of fluorspar concentrate, 820.3 thousand tons of copper ore concentrate, 3.7 million tons of iron ore concentrate and 61.1 thousand tons of zinc concentrate were produced in the same period.
The exported were 930.0 thousand tons of copper concentrate, 3.1 million tons of iron ore concentrate, 7.0 tons of gold, 9.6 million tons of coal and 708.5 thousand tons of petroleum.
By September 29, Mongolia had 43-day reserve of fuel, reports the Ministry of Mining.