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Inner Mongolia (West) coal mines

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27 June 2019

Inner Mongolia (West) coal mines

Report summary

Inner Mongolia is the largest coal-producing province in China. In 2017, it will account for 26% of the country's total production. The western region contains the Ordos and Wuhai prefectures, which contribute 68% of production for the province. The Ordos prefecture is home to some of China's largest mining operations and new projects. Coal produced in this region is extracted using underground longwall operations as well as large-scale surface mines. It has become a favourable acquisition target for domestic companies from other provinces looking to expand.

Table of contents

  • Summary
  • Key Issues
    • Ordos prefecture
    • Wuhai prefecture
  • Consolidation programme and capacity cuts
    • Shenshuo-Shuohuang
    • Daqin
    • Jizhang-Zhangtan
    • Mengxi-Huazhong Railway
  • Road
  • Power transmission

Tables and charts

This report includes 12 images and tables including:

  • Detailed map
  • Production by company (Mt)
  • Key companies 2019
  • Marketable reserves (01/01/2019)
  • Resources
  • Production (Mt)
  • Production
  • Rail infrastructure
  • Cash cost – overall
  • Overall cash cost
  • Product quality

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