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In 2014 year in the Trans-Baikal Territory 9,8 tons of gold were extracted and 21 million tons of coal

A meeting was held in the Trans-Baikal Region on the results of the work of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Industrial Policy of the region in 2014.

Participants of the event were Governor Konstantin Ilkovsky, representatives of relevant ministries, state environmental inspectorate of the province, as well as branch enterprises and public organizations.

In 2014, according to the regional Ministry of Economic Development, the total investment for the development of the mineral resource base of the Trans-Baikal Territory amounted to 12,9 billion rubles. As a result of the fulfillment of the powers of the Ministry, the regional budget received revenues of 25,5 million rubles and 32 million in the form of a tax on the extraction of common mineral resources.

According to the Minister of Natural Resources and Industrial Policy of the Trans-Baikal Territory Oleg Polyakov, in 2014, 9,8 tons of gold and 21 million tons of coal were mined in the territory of the region.

The main leaders in gold mining in the region are the Aprelkovo mine, the Novo-Shirokinsky mine and the Dauria miners' artel. In the coming years, it is planned to put into operation ore gold deposits at the Nasedkinskoye, Verkhne-Aliinskoye, Delmachikskoye and Taseevskoye deposits.

The head of the region, Konstantin Ilkovsky, noted that the primary task of the government of the Trans-Baikal Territory is to ensure rational and efficient use of subsoil, and one of the key areas of development of the industry is the development of hydrocarbons.

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