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EastRussia Bulletin: Buryatia prepares to develop uranium deposit

EastRussia Bulletin: Buryatia prepares to develop uranium deposit
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JSC Khiagda, which is part of the uranium holding Atomredmetzoloto (Rosatom), has acquired a license for the right to use the Dybrynsky quarry at the uranium deposit of the same name in Buryatia for the construction of an industrial site, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

In the near future, the subsoil user intends to conduct geological exploration and prepare a technical project for the development of a quarry for the extraction of crushed stone and gravel. The materials are supposed to be used for the construction of the industrial site of the Dybrynskoye field, including technological roads and warehouses for liquid reagents and inventory items.

The start of construction of the industrial site is scheduled for 2022. Now Khiagda is developing the Khiagda and Istochny uranium deposits in Buryatia. This year, the subsoil user intends to complete mining and preparatory work at the Vershinnoye deposit and begin them at the Kolichikan uranium deposit.

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