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They want to develop a new brucite deposit in the JAO

They want to develop a new brucite deposit in the JAO
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A meeting dedicated to the development of the world's largest Savkinsky brucite deposit was held at the Ministry of Eastern Development. Reserves of this mineral make up 31% of all explored on the planet. It is used in the manufacture of non-combustible cables, aluminum composite panels, rubber and polymer products, fertilizers.

According to the press service of the ministry, brucite is now mined at the Kuldurskoye field by the Russian Mining and Chemical Society. To develop a new site, the investor in 2020 plans to complete exploration work and in 2025 to begin commercial production, which will bring at least 140 billion rubles of budget revenues.

Difficulties arose with the construction of the necessary infrastructure. It is necessary to lay a road to the field, which is located on an underdeveloped territory. The Ministry of East Development is ready to help in this matter. The provision of subsidies for the construction of the route is being considered.

In addition, the Savinskoye field is not the only one in this area. About sixty sites where iron and manganese ores, beryllium and lithium, antimony and tin, phosphorites and rare metals are not being developed due to transport inaccessibility. Road construction can launch many new projects.