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Mining restarts at TerraCom’s BNU coal mine in Mongolia

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World Coal,

TerraCom Ltd has recommenced mining operations at its Baruun Noyon Uul (BNU) metallurgical coal mine in the South Gobi Mongolia.

This follows from an announcement last week reporting that a binding long-form definitive offtake agreement had been executed with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kingho Group, one of the largest private coal companies in China, for a 5.5 year offtake of hard-coking coal produced from the BNU coal mine, which provides for an estimated 7.5 million t of coal sales.

TerraCom has been implementing an alternative supply chain for its BNU coal mine in 2016. Accoridng to the company the Kingho offtake agreement was the final piece on the implementation of this imitative and the company is excited about recommencing mining operations to capitalise on the strong metallurgical coal market.

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