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Baganuur JSC, Mongolia - Coal - Using GEOVIA Minex
Baganuur JSC, mines coal to power all of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's electricity. Watch how this company uses GEOVIA Minex to make sure they are efficiently mining enough for millions of people.
Ukhaa Khudag Coal Mine, Energy Resources, Mongolia - GEOVIA Minex
When Energy Resources needs to rapidly increase coal production in Mongolia, they succeed with Minex.
Verging on Failure
To mark 20 years of partnership between USAID and Mongolia, we asked Mongolians to tell us about how they, and their country, have changed during that time. After withdrawal of Soviet support in 1990, Baganuur coal mine was on the verge of failure. In his 20 years at the mine, Daavasuren has seen Baganuur regain its footing with support from USAID, and continue to supply the country with coal.
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Coal Mongolia 2015 movie HD
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"Coal Mongolia-2018" conference kicks off
The 8th ‘Coal Mongolia’ international coal trade and investment conference commenced at the conference hall of Shangri La Hotel. About 600 representatives from 15 countries are attending the conference being organized jointly with China’s coal market research company ‘Fenwei Energy Information Services’. Organizers highlighted that the collaboration with China’s most reputable company promotes the growth of Chinese transport, logistics, trade companies and investors, who are interested in buying coal from Mongolia. This year’s conference features with the discussion of issues, including development of competitiveness and improvement of exportability. The bests of the coal industry will be announced at the banquet of the ‘Coal Mongolia-2018’ conference. Mining Minister D.Sumiyabazar and other officials will present awards to the companies.
Blast Company man basketball team vs. Baganuur JSC
Blast Company man basketball team vs. Baganuur JSC
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TVIexpress Mongolia Baganuur Ankhnii altan tsoltnii amjiltiin bayr.mpg
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Ochir Undraa Group - "Mera" LLC
Ochir Undraa group is deservedly considered as one of the leading national conglomerate in Mongolia, which is engaged in sales, services and manufacturing in mining, construction, road, transportation, energy, communications, information technology and finance sectors among which the largest is our operations in mining.
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Tavantolgoi uurhain ahmad ajiltan B.Batsaihanii yariltslaga
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Mongolia's Expected Power Requirements unti 2015
PowerPoint Presentation: Mongolia's expected power requirements until 2015 New Approach PowerPoint Presentation: Paulius Kuncinas Regional Editor, Asia Oxford Business Group PowerPoint Presentation: Opportunities for upgrading Mongolia's existing power plants Plans for introducing new power plants within the near future Introducing new technologies to Mongolian power plants Air cooled power plants Key Themes: Demand for Power: Demand for Power Main Sources of Demand: Rapid Urbanization - Ulaanbaatar Mining Sector -- Oyu Tolgoy New Industries Current Situation: Current Situation 80% TPPs, 12% imports, 2.5% hydro Soviet Design State Dominated CES 95% of the 814-MW Last Greenfield in 1991 Supply: Supply 814MW vs 614.3 available Unerpowered & Underinvested Last Investment in 1991 Available Capacity (MW) TPP2 17.6 TPP3 105.1 TPP4 432 Darkhan 38.6 Erdenet 21 Total 614.3 Available Capacity: Available Capacity CES - 95% of 814-MW CES - 220KV line to Russia 100% Coal-fired Source of Fuel- King Coal: Source of Fuel- King Coal TPPs account for 85% of domestic consumption of coal Tariffs set below market price Tariff for sale to the TPPs is $14.04 vs $ 17 production cost Future Plans: Future Plans Upgrading Existing TPPs New TPPs Renewables Nuclear Energy Efficiency Choice of Technology: Choice of Technology Open Minded Policy Makers Focus on Clean Coal Air Cooling & Water Management Energy Efficiency PIPES -- Official Programme: PIPES -- Official Programme Establish supply to every settlement 220MW Hydro on the Egiin River TPP 5, w 450-MW electricity and 587-MW thermal capacity Nuclear remains an option OUTLOOK: OUTLOOK Technological Leapfrog Engage Policy Makers Superior Investment Opportunity PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU!
Afrisam to stop using coal to manufacture cement
Afrisam cement manufacturer will in the near future use an invasive plant species and tyres as alternative energy sources. The cement manufacturer plans to replace coal with black-thorn acarcia - an invasive plant.
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Semi coke drying process
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Ухаа худаг нүүрсний уурхай
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Baganuur JSC - Uuliin-1 kheseg - "Galiin ezed"
Багануур ХК, Уулын 1 хэсгийн сүлд дуу
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JC Steele Walk Around Tutorial
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S. Korea to transfer clean coal technology to Mongolia
South Korea and Mongolia agreed to collaborate on clean coal technology and resource development. The head of the Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Choi Joong-kyung signed a memorandum of understanding on the 22nd with his Mongolian counterpart. Under the preliminary understanding, South Korea will transfer its clean coal technology to Mongolia and Mongolia will cooperate with South Korea to develop coal mines and other mineral resources. The two countries also agreed to support the set-up of a private joint venture. The Ministry of Knowledge Economy said that it expects that the bilateral collaborations, establishment of a joint venture firm and technological exchanges between the two countries will accelerate through the MOU. 청정 석탄기술, 몽골에 이전 우리나라와 몽골이 청정석탄기술과 자원개발에 서로 협력하기로 했습니다. 이를 위해 최중경 지식경제부장관과 조릭 몽골 자원에너지부장관은 지난 22일 MOU를 체결했습니다. 이번 MOU을 통해 우리나라는 몽골에 청정석탄기술을 이전하고, 몽골은 우리나라와 협력해 석탄광 등 광물자원을 개발하는 한편, 민간 합작회사 설립을 지원하기로 했습니다. 지식경제부는 이를 계기로 민간 합작회사 설립과 기술교류와 같은 협력사업이 구체화되는 등 양국 협력이 급물살을 탈 것으로 기대했습니다.
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Trans Siberian Train Check
Free video about Trans-Siberian Train. This video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be re-used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this Trans-Siberian Train video. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !! The trans railway is a railway network connecting Ulan Ude in Russia with the Chinese city of Jining through the city of Ulan Bator in Mongolia. The line was built between 1949 and 1961. In most of Mongolia is single track and in China is two-way. The track width is 1520 mm in Russia and Mongolia and 1435 in China. In addition there are branches in the cities of Erdenet and Baganuur. The construction of railways in Mongolia occurred much later than in the rest of the world. Therefore the construction of the new line Trans Mongolian, reaching Ulan-Baator in 1950 from the north and the border with China in 1955 the only railway in Mongolia was a line of 43 km opened in 1938 started in 1947 Before that connecting coal mines in Nalaikh with capital and a line 236 kilometers (147 miles) of goods built by the Soviets and ended in 1939. The Mongolian railway company Mongolyn Tomor Zam carries 80% of all goods and 30% of all passengers within the country. The Trans-Siberian Railway is a railway network connecting Russia with the European provinces of the Russian Far East, Mongolia, China and connects with North Korea. Another strand of importance within this extensive railway network is the Trans- whose route coincides with the Trans-Siberian to Tarskaya, about 1,000 km east of Lake Baikal. From the city of Tarskaya, tuck the Trans-southeast toward China, and follows its route to finish in Beijing. The third primary route is the Trans, in its plan coincides with the Trans-Siberian until Ulan Ude on the east shore of Lake Baikal. From Ulan-Ude, the Trans heads towards to Ulan Bator, after which continues southeast to Beijing. In 1991 it was completed a fourth path, whose route lies further north, after more than five decades of sporadic work. Known as the Baikal-Amur Mainline, this extension is separated from the Siberian several hundred kilometers west of Lake Baikal, and crosses its northern end. This route reaches the Pacific Ocean northeast of Khabarovsk, at Sovetskaya Gavan. While it provides access to the remarkable north coast of Baikal, this branch is also characterized by cross areas. The desire for Russia to have a port on the Pacific Ocean was made ​​with the founding of Vladivostok in 1860. By 1880 Vladivostok had become a major port city, and the lack of communications between European Russia and its Far Eastern provinces was a problem that was felt. Construction of the railway began in 1891 on the initiative of Count Sergei Witte. As in the case of the First Transcontinental Railroad in North America, the construction of the Trans began at both ends, while extensions of the railway were made ​​to the center. In the extreme case that began in Vladivostok, the tracks were laid in a northerly direction along the banks of the Ussuri River to Khabarovsk. Thus it was formed the Ussuri line. In 1890 a bridge was built over the Ural, allowing the railway line entry into Asia. The bridge across the Ob River was completed in 1898 and the small town of Novonikolaevsk, which was founded in 1883, became an important center of Siberia that would be called Novosibirsk. The Trans-Siberian remains the most important means of communication in Russia, to the point that about 30% of the country's exports are transported by it. While the attraction leads many visitors traveling in it, it is still widely used by the Russians in their domestic travel. The Trans-Siberian Railway had a direct positive impact on the economy of the area, they opened up: foreign investment in mining, commerce, railways and factories, coupled with the establishment of consulates and foreign trade office in Vladivostok. The two-lane expansion of the Trans-Siberian Railway was completed after the Second World War. About the Trans-Siberian Railway runs the longest continuous train of the world (Moscow Wladiwostok- Pyongyang). Every other day, a train leaves 1/2 (Rossiya) the Yaroslavsky railway station in Moscow and in the opposite direction of Vladivostok. Almost every town along the Trans-Siberian Railway or in the vicinity of the route has its own pair of trains to Moscow: Moscow-Omsk, -Nowosibirsk, -Nowokusnezk, -Kemerowo, -Tomsk, -Krasnojarsk, -Abakan, -Irkutsk, -Ulan-Ude, - Severobaikalsk, -Tschita or -Chabarowsk. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!
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Ulaanbaatar | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Ulaanbaatar 00:01:20 1 Names and etymology 00:03:36 2 History 00:03:45 2.1 Prehistory 00:04:17 2.2 Before 1639 00:05:05 2.3 Mobile monastery 00:10:18 2.4 Urga and the Kyakhta trade 00:11:53 2.5 Independence and socialist era 00:15:44 2.6 Democratic protests of 1989–1990 00:17:08 2.7 Since 1990 00:18:38 3 Geography and climate 00:21:39 4 Panoramas 00:21:48 5 Administration and subdivisions 00:23:06 6 Economy 00:24:07 7 Sights 00:25:52 7.1 Monasteries 00:26:34 7.1.1 Winter Palace 00:27:41 7.2 Museums 00:30:34 7.3 Chinggis (Sükhbaatar) Square 00:31:27 7.4 Zaisan Memorial 00:32:01 7.5 National Sport Stadium 00:32:18 7.6 Arts and culture 00:33:45 8 Parks 00:35:37 8.1 Embassies and consulates 00:36:13 9 Religion 00:36:39 10 Municipal symbols 00:36:59 10.1 City emblem and flag 00:37:35 11 Education 00:38:51 12 Libraries 00:39:00 12.1 National Library 00:39:21 12.2 Public libraries 00:41:03 12.3 University libraries 00:41:45 12.4 Digital libraries 00:43:26 12.5 Special libraries 00:45:16 12.6 Archives 00:45:50 13 Transport 00:47:52 14 Air pollution 00:48:46 15 Twin towns – sister cities 00:48:59 15.1 Proximity to nearby urban centers abroad 00:50:01 16 Notable individuals 00:50:24 17 Appearances in fiction 00:50:45 18 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Ulaanbaatar, formerly anglicised as Ulan Bator (Mongolian: Улаанбаатар, [ʊɮɑːm.bɑːtʰɑ̆r], Ulaγanbaγatur, literally "Red Hero"), is the capital and largest city of Mongolia. The city is not part of any aimag (province), and its population as of 2014 was over 1.3 million, almost half of the country's total population. Located in north central Mongolia, the municipality lies at an elevation of about 1,300 meters (4,300 ft) in a valley on the Tuul River. It is the country's cultural, industrial and financial heart, the centre of Mongolia's road network and connected by rail to both the Trans-Siberian Railway in Russia and the Chinese railway system.The city was founded in 1639 as a nomadic Buddhist monastic centre. It settled permanently at its present location, the junction of the Tuul and Selbe rivers, in 1778. Prior to that occasion it changed location twenty-eight times, each new location being chosen ceremonially. In the twentieth century, Ulaanbaatar grew into a major manufacturing center. Ulaanbaatar is a member of the Asian Network of Major Cities 21. The city's official website lists Moscow, Hohhot, Seoul, Sapporo and Denver as sister cities.
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