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Boroo is an open-pit gold mining complex that has been in industrial development since 1973. Boroo’s operation began in 2003 and declared its commercial production on March 1, 2004.
Located 110 kilometers northwest of Ulaanbaatar, the country’s capital.
While Boroo is located in a relatively remote area of the world, it is well positioned with respect to existing infrastructure. The paved all-weather Ulaanbaatar–Irkutsk highway passes within three kilometers of the mine site. The main Trans-Mongolian railway, which links Ulaanbaatar with Irkutsk, Russia and Beijing, China, runs through Baruunkharaa, about 20 kilometers to the north of the mine site.
The Boroo gold deposit is generally flat lying or sub-horizontal and extends over an area measuring 2.5 by 1.5 kilometres. Throughout the area, a series of mineralized zones occur up to 400 metres wide and typically average from 10 to 30 metres in thickness.
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Ulaanbulag is an open-pit gold mining project that is in development stage.
Located 130 kilometers northwest of Ulaanbaatar, the country’s capital and 22 kilometers away from the Boroo mine site.
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The Ulaanbulag gold deposit is generally flat lying over 550 metres. Throughout the area, a series of mineralized zones occur up to 100 metres wide and typically average from 10 to 20 metres in thickness.
Gatsuurt is an open-pit gold mining project that is in development stage.
Located 90 kilometers north of Ulaanbaatar, the country’s capital and 35 kilometers away from the Boroo mine site.
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Gold mineralization occurs in two zones, the Central Zone and the Main Zone. At the Central Zone, gold mineralization has been traced over a strike length of 900 metres over horizontal widths up to 70 metres. For the Main Zone, gold mineralization is over a 400 metres strike length and is limited along strike but remains open at depth.