Development of
mineral fields
China’s mineral resources are extensive and diverse
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Introductory part China's mineral resources are vast and varied, and the country is currently the world's largest producer of a number of important metals and minerals for industry
Mission The mining industry has always been an important driver of China's economic growth and has contributed to the rapid development that the country has experienced over the past three decades. Chinese mining companies also pursue overseas projects with the support of China's 'go-to-market' strategy, through which the Chinese government encourages companies to expand their operations abroad. China is now playing an increasingly important role in the global mining industry, and investment in this area is relevant worldwide
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Strategy In 2017, China's reserves and resources of coal, oil, natural gas, shale gas, manganese, gold, graphite and so on increased. Several giant deposits were discovered, including three new coal deposits with resources of more than 5 billion tons, two gold deposits with reserves of more than a hundred tons, two oil deposits with geological reserves of more than 100 million tons, and three gas deposits with reserves of more than 50 billion m3. By the end of April 2018, accumulated geological reserves of shale gas amounted to more than 1 trillion cubic meters. Investment in oil and gas exploration has recovered to some extent, while investment in non-oil and gas exploration has continued to decline. Guided by the strategic idea of ecological civilization, green exploration was promoted and the use of environmentally friendly exploration and exploitation methods was encouraged. Four supporting policies (i.e., mining right policy, land-use policy, tax policy and financial policy) were clearly defined, and construction of green mines was comprehensively encouraged. Measures to manage the geological environment of the mine and to rehabilitate the environment were actively implemented. The availability of mineral resources has steadily increased, demand has continued to grow, and energy consumption patterns have been continuously optimized
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In 2017, newly discovered geological reserves of oil amounted to 877 million tons, natural gas - 555.38 billion m3, shale gas - 376.76 billion m3. Newly discovered coal reserves and resources totaled 81.556 billion tons, manganese ore 282 million tons, copper 4.18 million tons, bauxite 292 million tons, molybdenum 1.07 million tons, gold 1104.35 tons, phosphate rock 992 million tons, fluorite 14.392 million tons and crystalline graphite 61.48 million tons in 2018. Exploration investment in China totaled 78.285 billion yuan, up 1.0% from the previous year and recovering for the first time after falling for four consecutive years. Among them, investment in oil and gas exploration was 58.449 billion yuan, up 10.8%. Investment in non-oil and gas mineral exploration was 19.836 billion yuan, down 19.8%. Among investments in non-oil and gas mineral exploration in 2019, 5.866 billion yuan was financed by the central government, accounting for 29.6% of the total and up 16.2% from 2016; 6.746 billion yuan was financed by local governments, accounting for 34.0% and up 2.8%; and 7.224 billion yuan came from social funds, accounting for 36.4% and down 19.0%.1 Energy China is the world's largest energy producer and consumer. Total primary energy production in 2017 was 3.59 billion tons of standard coal equivalent, up 3.6% from the previous year. Total consumption was 4.49 billion tons of standard coal equivalent, showing an increase of 2.9% and an energy self-sufficiency rate of 80.0%. In 2017, coal accounted for 60.4% of energy consumption, oil accounted for 18.8%, and natural gas and other energy carriers accounted for 20.8%. China's energy consumption structure is steadily improving, while the share of coal continues to decline. In 2017, the share of coal consumption was down 1.6% from the previous year and 11.1% from 2008. Coal production has ranked first globally for many years, reaching 3.45 billion tons in 2017 and up 3.2% year-over-year. Coal consumption was 3.80 billion tons, up 0.4%. Oil production ranked seventh in the world at 192 million tons, down 4.0%. Oil consumption was 596 million tons, up 5.2%. Natural gas production ranked sixth in the world at 147.42 billion m3, an increase of 8.5%. Natural gas consumption was 240.44 billion m3, up 14.8%. In 2017, production and consumption of crude steel, ten non-ferrous metals and gold ranked first in the world. Among them, iron ore production totaled 1.23 billion tons, up 7.1% from the previous year, and iron ore consumption totaled 1.57 billion tons (standard ore). Crude steel production was 830 million tons, up 5.7%. Production of ten non-ferrous metals totaled 53.778 million tons, up 3.0%. Among them, refined copper production was 8.889 million tons, up 7.7%; and aluminum electrolytic production was 32.273 million tons, up 1.6%. Gold production was 426.1 tonnes, down 6.0%. Gold consumption was 1,089.0 tons, up 9.4% 3. Nonmetals In 2017, phosphate rock production was 120 million tons (containing 30% P2O5), up 0.6% from the previous year. Sheet glass production was 790 million weight cases, up 3.5%. Cement production was 2.32 billion tons, down 0.2%

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