Laos is home to the Sepon mine, which is considered one of the biggest gold mines in the world. The mine is located in Savannakhet Province, southern Laos, and commenced its operations in 2005. It yielded its first gold in December 2002.Live Chat
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MMG Limited (MMG) has recently agreed on the sale of its 90% equity in Lane Xang Minerals (LXML), which owns the Sepon mine in Laos, to Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining Co Ltd (Chifeng), for an astounding US$275 million. Sepons current copper operation has a projected mine life to around 2020. However, the mine life has the potential Live Chat
4395. Chinas Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining Co has said it will begin processing gold ore from its mine in Sepon, Laos, after a sixyear hiatus. According to a report by Reuters, the restart of gold production at the mine is due to gold prices hitting a sevenyear high last month, making the process profitable once again.Live Chat
Lane Xang Minerals Limited (LXML) operates the Sepon Mine, an openpit copper mine, in Savannakhet Province, Southern Laos. Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (Chifeng) owns 90% of LXML, and the...Live Chat
Hundreds of local workers have been laid off at an Australianoperated gold mine in southern Laos following an announcement last year by company executives that the firm would cease miningLive Chat
01/01/2018 the name of VietLao Minerals Joint Stock Company Limited has been changed to Vangtat Mining Company Limited. VietLao Joint Stock Company Limited a joint venture company between the Vietnamese and Laos Business Group established on 7th March 2005 at B.E Village, Ngoc Hoi District, Contoum Province, Vietnam S.R with the business section of the construction, electricity,Live Chat
Laos is a singleparty socialist republic ruled by the Lao People's Revolutionary Party. PanAusts Laoregistered company, Phu Bia Mining, has a Mineral Exploration and Production Agreement (MEPA) with the Government of Laos that regulates exploration and mining within the Phu Bia Contract Area, which is more than 2,600 squarekilometres.Live Chat