Category: Mongolia
21 Posts
POSTED ON January 22, 2016 BY James Kwantes

Deep below the surface of Mongolia’s southern Gobi desert, men and machinery are laying the foundation for a mining enterprise that will drive the country’s economy for decades to come. Shaft 2 at Oyu Tolgoi’s underground mine expansion is 1.3 kilometres deep and will provide access to some of the largest stores of copper and… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 09, 2015 BY James Kwantes

Erdene Resource Development is out with results from 6 of 15 holes recently drilled as part of a maiden 695-metre program at the Bayan Khundii gold discovery in southwest Mongolia, and they look good. The program identified five zones of near-surface high-grade gold mineralization that are open along strike and at depth. Five of the… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 21, 2015 BY Jamie Keech

Almost exactly 2 years ago, CEO.CA correspondent Jamie Keech interviewed Liberal natural resources critic Geoff Regan about the party’s ideas on natural resources development, the environment, First Nations and more. The Liberal party won a majority of seats in Monday’s federal election and while Prime Minister-elect Justin Trudeau will not name a cabinet until Nov.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 12, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

Recently, we had the pleasure of sitting down with two of exploration geology’s brightest young stars; Dr. Alan Wainwright and Daniel MacNeil.  Dr. Wainwright (Chief Geologist) and Mr. MacNeil (Project Acquisition and Development) allowed us to visit them in the humble Vancouver offices of their current venture, Desert Star Resources (DSR:TSXV). Mr. MacNeil has over… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 27, 2014 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly SIEM REAP, Cambodia — Just touched base here with Bob Neill, newest Angkor Gold board member. Bob is the 33-year-old executive from Medellin who handles much of Grupo de Bullet’s property syndication efforts in Colombia. He is just back from touring a handful of ANK’s properties in Ratanakiri Province.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 16, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

Kaizen Discovery (KZD:TSXV) has closed its initial 49% earn-in for the Fairholme copper-gold porphyry exploration project in central New South Wales, Australia (Clancy Exploration owns remaining 51%).   The Fairholme project is located on the Fairholme Igneous Complex.  The company can earn up to 65% in the project by spending $4 million on the ground over the… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 05, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

A new mineral exploration company to watch, Kaizen Discovery, will commence trading in Toronto tomorrow under the symbol KZD. Kaizen was born out of an amalgamation with HPX TechCo (50% owned by Robert Friedland) and Concordia Resource Corp. Kaizen will be 85% owned by HPX TechCo (Private) and 15% by Concordia shareholders. The company will… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 03, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Shareholders of Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ) would be wise to participate in an upcoming rights offering, according to company founder and billionaire mining entrepreneur Robert Friedland, who lost control of Turquoise Hill in 2012, and says he still owns 8-9% of the company. “People should buy the rights and exercise them hand over fist,” Mr. Friedland… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 18, 2013 BY The Canadian Press

LUBUMBASHI, The Democratic Republic Of The Congo – Mining promoter Robert Friedland has released a preliminary economic assessment for a major Congolese copper discovery that he says could be one of the world’s lowest-cost producers. A preliminary economic assessment released Monday by Friedland says a two-phase mine at the site could be worth US$4.3 billion… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 23, 2013 BY Robert Friedland

Reindeer people, near lake Huvsgul, North Western Mongolia.  One of the treasures and wonders of Mongolia.

POSTED ON October 03, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe Concordia Resource Corp. – one of Canada’s most puzzling metals equities – is gaining a DRC Congo nickel, copper and cobalt property and another, copper and gold, in Australia. Concordia (CCN in Canada) explains that pending shareholder approval it also shall distribute shares of a new Argentina-focused explorer to shareholders. That’s… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 26, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

“Most great discoveries have to climb a wall of worry and disbelief,” says a geologist who has worked with the Ivanhoe group in Mongolia, R. Edward Flood. “Especially when it comes to Robert Friedland — because all the seasoned investors who follow this sector cannot allow themselves to believe he has done it again.”

POSTED ON September 19, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly ELKO, Nevada — Last week, in a presentation panel in Toronto, I told an audience of 200 that Gold Standard Ventures’ (GSV in Canada and USA) Dave Mathewson and another Nevada stalwart, geologist Roger Steininger at NuLegacy Gold (NUG in Canada), were of a type: good old Nevada boys… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 14, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

I was able to catch up with billionaire Ivanhoe Mines (TSX:IVN) Executive Chairman Robert Friedland in Toronto yesterday. The Singapore-based mining legend was in Toronto this week to announce the launch of Ivanhoe Pictures, a new film and TV finance and production company, and to host the first investor presentations for his Ivanhoe Mines after… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 06, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly and rising JOHANNESBURG — Ivanhoe Mines (TSX:IVN) this week began what looks like a two-year strategy to fortify deposit estimates and tune technical criteria for its Platreef/Flatreef platinum group metals properties in South Africa’s Limpopo Province. A bulk mining permit is in the works, one of perhaps 16 applications,… Continue Reading

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