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Link to article. Aspire Mining finalises rail approvals for Northern Railways. January 6 Proactive Investors Metallurgical coal company Aspire Mining ASX:AKM has realised a significant milestone in the development of its massive Mongolian infrastructure ambitions after obtaining final approval for a rail connection point and alignment path. This progress follows only about month after the company confirmed that its local subsidiary Northern Railways received its construction license for the Erdenet to Ovoot Railway.
The approval in turn followed a string of other recent milestones, including a Scoping Study which indicated there were no technical obstacles to building a rail connection from Ovoot to the Russian city of Kyzyl. The Erdenet to Ovoot railway project that spans kilometres and forms part of a national policy aimed at connecting the northern provinces with Russia. At full operation, the project will have capacity to move 30 million tonnes per annum of bulk commodities, agricultural, general and passenger freight including transit freight between Russia and China.
New negotiations with the Mongolian government have helped establish the project's most recent approvals, which include some redesign and re-engineering by Northern Railways to accommodate Aspire operations. As a result, a rail route into the city of Erdenet will now be able to avoid significant relocation of established infrastructure and competing land uses. Also, the rail alignment will take account of the road and power line requirements of the Egin Golin hydro power project, which was also recently approved by government.
The paths for both the Erdenet to Ovoot railway and Egin Golin both require access through a kilometre long valley system to the west of Erdenet. Recent progress. Advancement of Aspire's rail plans for the company's proposed coal operations has coincided with new enhancements of the mining assets themselves. Last month, Aspire confirmed that its Nuurstei project will be able to produce a low to mid volatile, top tier hard coking coal that would be attractive to end-users in the market for cleaner coal properties.