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A diamond deposit in the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia (Russian Federation) is under sale. Price 3,000,000,000.00 rubles.
License YaKU, Muno-Olenekskiy area. A state expert examination of the design and estimates documentation for prospecting and geological works has been performed. Two field seasons of prospecting and geological works have been carried out, following the results thereof a resource potential of diamond alluvial deposits in the Р2 + Р3 categories has been assessed to be more than 14 mln carats withthe average cost of more than a hundred USD per carat (it should be noted that not all water courses of the licensed territory have been examined). High prospects of discovering primary diamond deposits (kimberlite pipes) have been confirmed (by schlich and mineralogical methods).
LicenseYaKU, Vodorazdelny area. Design and estimates documentation for prospecting and geological works has been developed. One field season was carried out that confirmed availability of specific diamonds, which have no counterparts in the known diamond mining regions of Yakutia. This and the peculiarities of the chemistry of heavy diamond concentrates confirm availability of unknown primary source on this territory. According to the designer’s assessment by Yakutnedra (Administration for Subsoil Use in the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia) (a division of Rosnedra (Federal Agency for Subsoil Use Федеральноеагентствопонедропользованию)) the resource potential of the license area of the diamond deposit amounts to 30 mln carats at least.
Total expenses for the prospecting and geological works package, approved by the state expert examination, will amount to USD 30-35 mln (divided by years in an approximate ratio of 20:35:35:10) for both license areas. The primary objective of the works being executed is a search for primary diamond deposits, as we consider the alluvial deposits only as high liquid return on investment guarantee.
Economic prospective. Upon the most unfavourable outcome of the works one alluvial deposit in the bed of River Muna (estimated at USD 630 mln). In the mean successful variant the reserves of the alluvial diamond deposits will be increased 2-2.5 times at most. In the most successful variant at least one primary diamond deposit with the reserves exceeding USD 3 bln, in monetary terms, is expected to be developed. It should be noted that the alluvial deposit of River Muna is in fact ready for exploration and actual mining, i.e. upon the most unsuccessful outcome there is an absolute assurance in the profitable recovery of the invested assets.
The deposit belongs to one owner, possesses a complete set of documents. There are no any debts.
The documents are submitted upon first request
diamond deposit in the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia (Russian Federation) is under sale.
We bet you didn’t think of Russia as a diamond producing country. In fact, in 2009 Russia became the number one producer of diamonds in the world. Botswana had been the top producer for many years. The top diamond producing countries are now Russia, Canada and Botwsana.
Natural Russian Diamonds are renowned for their beauty and excellence. As a relative newcomer to the diamond trade, Russia yields stones of extraordinary quality in large amounts. The extreme, icy conditions in Northern Russia where the diamonds are mined means that most of the diamonds have spent years frozen under the earth. Some experts claim this helps the preservation of the diamond’s unblemished clarity and light display properties. Whatever the reason, Russia produces diamonds which are in great demand for their fire & brilliance and value.
Due to their magnificence and strict adherence to conflict free diamond standards, Mazal Diamond works almost exclusively with Russian diamonds.
Russia Enters the Diamond Scene
The face of the diamond world has changed dramatically over the last 50 years. Until recently, Diamonds were known to originate predominantly from Africa and India. In the 1930s, Vladimir S. Sobolev noticed the similarities between the rock layers of Siberia to South Africa and Botswana and understood that massive diamond deposits may be likely.
The Soviet Union began to look at diamonds as an important resource possibility. Funny enough, the original intention was to utilize the diamonds for their vital role in industrial and military use in making heavy duty machinery such as for mining and not for the “capitalist value” of gem quality diamonds. Once the Soviet Union realized that the diamonds found were of high quality and could be sold internationally on the lucrative precious stone market, it struck a secret deal with DeBeers to sell their diamonds, making diamonds their most lucrative export! (In true Soviet fashion of doing everything grand scale, so large was the deal that DeBeers suddenly had to find ways to explain where this huge amount of “secret” diamonds was originating from…)
Discovery and Mines
In 1954, the first kimberlite pipe was discovered. Kimberlite is a type of volcanic rock which contains diamonds. These vertical deposits of rock are called kimberlite pipes. Within the next two years, more than 500 kimberlites were found! In the harsh wildernesses of remote, Eastern Siberia, the finds were developed. The sub-zero arctic temperatures which had made diamond mining impossible in earlier times were tackled head on.
The Mirny Mine, discovered by geologist Yuri Khabardin and founded in 1957, became the world’s largest open cast diamond mine with an average yield of 2 million carats annually. By the time its supply was exhausted and the mine closed it was more than 500 meters deep and over a kilometer in diameter.
Another famous mine is the Udachnaya (meaning Lucky) pipe with the largest diamond deposit in Russia and one of the largest in the world. The Mirna and Udachnaya kimberlite fields were discovered within ten days of each other.
Two other large Russian mines are the Northerly Anabar mine, located in the Arctic Circle and only operated during the summer and the Jubilee (Yubileinaya) Mine in the Sakha Republic.
Russia continues it efforts in exploration and geological prospecting and still uncovers untapped prospective diamond deposits.
State Owned Industry
The Russian diamond industry is different to others in that it is almost completely state-owned and is therefore subject to direct state supervision on many levels. Alrosa is Russia’s largest diamond company and is more than 90% state owned. Alrosa is involved in exploration, mining, manufacture and the sale of diamonds. It accounts for 97% of Russia’s rough diamond production and over 25% of the world’s rough diamond supply.
The state ownership has an effect on Russia’s production policies, for example, when other companies were halting production due to the recession and lower demand, Russia continued
production, and began stockpiling, with the goal of keeping the nation’s economy stable and jobs open.
Conflict Free a Top Priority
State control also gives a greater level of credibility to Russia with regards to the issue of conflict diamonds because the close regulations keeps diamond sources and destinations well documented.
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