Project areas overview
Tian Poh Resources has 11 concessions grouped in five main projects areas:
Modun Resources LLC has a Coal Deposit that has a JORC (2004) Reportable Coal Resource of 478.3 million tonnes (326.1 million tonnes Measured, 103.8 million tonnes Indicated, 48.4 million tonnes Inferred). The Project is located 120 km south east of Ulaanbaatar in an area with a number of operating coal mines and is 6 km from existing rail infrastructure allowing direct access onto the existing Trans-Mongolian Railway line. A 35KV power line is located 5km southwest from the project area with a 220KV line located some 25km to the east.
Tian Poh is investigating the implementation of a 3.9 billion m3 annual capacity Coal-to-Gas Plant located at Nuurst.
The Huabei Kuangye concession has mining license. It is located near existing and further planned transport infrastructure. Huabei Kuangye has been explored by Chinese geological teams with 19 holes drilled to date.
The Huabei Kuangye is located in close proximity to the Shinejinst coking coal operation which contains 229mt of JORC resources and 95mt reserves.
The Amulet project area, located across the Umnugovi and Govi-Altai regions of mineral rich southern Mongolia, is prospective for copper and coal. It covers 56,354 hectares.
It has known copper gold occurrences of interest. A polygon of 19.2 sq. km has been identified. Additional mapping, soil/rock chip sampling is to be conducted.
The Umnugovi region hosts the Khangailand project area. This covers 12,418 hectares and is prospective for gold and coal mineralisation.
The exploration programme for Khangailand includes undertaking:
The Mandal-Urghukh project, consisting of five concessions covering 56,668, is located in the Umnugovi region of southern Mongolia.
The concessions are prospective for gold, copper and coal mineralisation.
The central area is of interest is a polygon of 13 sq.km. Additional mapping and soil/rock chip sampling within the polygon is to be conducted as well as further verification mapping, trenching or stream sediment sampling of the concessions.