Oyu Tolgoi is a copper-gold mine in the South Gobi region of Mongolia, approximately 550 kilometres south of the capital Ulaanbaatar. It holds one of the largest undeveloped high grade copper deposits in the world.
Underpinned by its core-value of safety, Oyu Tolgoi creates value by mining, processing and exporting copper, gold, and other minerals to international markets, contributing to the prosperity of Mongolia.
Oyu Tolgoi reaches 1.5 million tonnes of concentrate shipments in September 2015 – continuing its momentum having reached one million tonnes only in February 2015, just over 18 months after entering commercial production.
Oyu Tolgoi is committed to a high standard of environmental stewardship and working closely with local communities to protect the history, culture and livelihoods of the South Gobi.