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Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook mineral industries of Asia and the Pacific 1992
Year 1992, Volume 3 (1992)

Wu, John C.
Mongolia,   pp. [260]-266 ff. PDF (2.0 MB)


Page 266

 
Commodit? 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992° 
Cement, hydraulic3 
thousand tons 
502 
692 
' 7,903 
' 8,595 
121 ,800 
115 
584 
699 
1,000 
30 
122 
1,536 
16,000 
20,900 
1,200 
600 
513 
645 
7,400 
8,045 
123,550 
115 
586 
701 
1,200 
30 
95 
1,580 
16,000 
21,200 
1,200 
600 
441 
' 591 
6,557 
' 7,148 
123,900 
119 
495 
614 
1,000 
30 
103 
' 1 ,578 
17,000 
21 ,200 
320 
500 
227 
' 588 
6,450 
' 7,038 
90, 100 
120 
250 
370 
800 
25 
76 
1,716 
17,000 
15,500 
250 
300 
110 
580 
5,400 
5,988 
105,100 
97 
180 
277 
900 
25 
50 
1,522 
17,000 
18,000 
190 
260 
Coal:' 
Anthraciteandbituminous 
do. 
Ligniteandbrown 
do. 
Total 
do. 
Copper, mine output, Cu content' 
Fluorspar:' 
Acid grade 
thousand tons 
Metallurgical grade 
do. 
Total 
do. 
Gold, mine output, Au content 
kilograms 
Gypsum 
thousand tons 
Lime, hydrated and quicklime 
do. 
Molybdenum, mine output, Mo content' 
Salt 
Silver, mine output, Ag content 
kilograms 
Tin, mine output, Sn content 
Tungsten, mine output, W content 
' Estimated. ' Revised. 
' Table includes data available through Mar. 26, 1993. 
2j~ addition to the commodities listed, crude construction materials such
as sand and gravel, varieties of stone such as limestone, silica sand, and
uranium presumably are produced, but available information is inadequate
to make reliable estimates of output levels. 
' Reported. 
266  THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF MONGOLIA—1992agreement, Amgol also
was
to help the Mongolian Government to secure financing of the project. Amgol
is a equal partnership of Exploration Associates International of Texas Inc.;
SOCO International, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Fort Worth-based Snyder
Oil Corp. ; and CP&G, a Houston oilfield equipment supplier.7 
 ' Where necessary, values have been converted from Mongolian tugriks (Tug)
to U.S. dollars at the rate of Tug/150.OOUS$1.OOin 1992 and Tug/40.OOUS$1.0O
in 1991. 
 2Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong). Asian Yearbook, 1993, p. 170.
 ' Journal of Commerce. Japan Firm To Fmance Mongolian Mine Upgrade. V. 392,
No. 27,700, Apr. 6, 1992, p. 9A. 
 Metal Bulletin. No. 7673, Apr. 13, 1992, p. 9. 
 4Morrison Knudsen Corp. News Release, MK Signs Joint-Venture Agreement To
Develop Gold Mining Property in Mongolia. May 1 1 , 1992. 
 ' U.S. Embassy, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. State Dep. Telegram 000954, Mar.
27, 1992, p. 1. 
 6~ State Dep. Telegram 003853. Nov. 25. 1992, p. 1. 
 7Oil & Gas Journal. OGJ Newsletter. V. 90, No. 5, Feb. 3, 1992,
1. 
 OGJ Special—Newly Democratic Mongolia Offering : Exploration Contracts.
V. 90, No. 49. Dec. 7, 1992, pp. 
39-43. 
TABLE 1 
MONGOLIA: ESTIMATED PRODUCTION OF MINERAL COMMODITIES' 
(Metric tons unless otherwise specified) 


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