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 Chinese firm Yantai Jinpeng invetsed $1 million in Australian firm

china-mining-auYantai Jinpeng Mining, a privately owned Chinese engineering firm, has acquired stake in Walkabout Resources, an energy minerals developer based in Western Australia for $1 million.

Walkabout Resources is an African focused energy minerals developer and is listed on the Australia Securities Exchange. Its flagship project is the Lindi Jumbo Graphite Project located in south east Tanzania. It also has the largest thermal coal asset in central south Botswana. (With more than 20 years of experience, 350 employees and annual turnover of $60 million, Yantai Jinpeng Mining products are exported to more than 20 countries).

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 Chinese firm acquired Houston offshore drilling company for $165 million

northenroffShandong Offshore International, a Chinese firm, has acquired Northern Offshore, a US Houston based offshore drilling company for $165 million.

Founded in 2000, Northern Offshore is based in Houston and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2007. It currently owns four drilling units and one floating production unit. Shandong Offshore is based in Qingdao, China, according to reports, and its Blue Ocean Drilling subsidiary is based in Houston.

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 Zijin Mining invested $70 million in Canada gold mining firm

zijin-pretivm.jpgChina's largest gold miner Zijin Mining invested $70 million in Canada gold mining firm Pretium for a 10 percent stake.

Vancouver-based Pretium Resources is developing a high grade gold find in northern British Columbia. Zijin is a large-scale mining group headquartered in China. It is the largest gold producer, second largest copper producer, and a significant zinc, tungsten and iron ore producer in China. (Zijin trades on the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges and has a market capitalization of over $9 billion).

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 Russian lawmaker seeks Chinese investor for $1 Billion zinc mine

ifc-metropol.jpgRussian lawmaker Mikhail Slipenchuk is seeking a Chinese investor for the $1 billion Siberian zinc deposit owned by his company IFC Metropol after Lundin Mining Corp. quit the project following the 2008 financial crisis.

"China will be the main consumer of our metal, that's why we prefer to get a Chinese partner," Slipenchuk said in an interview in Moscow. Talks are being held with Metallurgical Corp. of China and China Nonferrous Metal Industry's Foreign Engineering and Construction Co., he said in December.

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