March 2014

Acquisition of Licence for exploration and mining of Khinganolovo tailings.


September 2014

Detailed exploration programme took place on Tailings project with more than 700 meters of drilling.

May 2015

Metallurgical testworks has been carried out for the tailings project in independent Russian and Canadian laboratories. More than 60% Sn concentrate has been achieved in gravity circuit.

June 2015

Company has received exploration permissions for three prospecting areas in Maly Khingan Area, covering almost 300 km2.

December 2015

Acquisition of license for exploration and mining on Centralnoye tin deposit with more than 3,8 thousand tonnes of tin.

March 2016

The company finalised the engineering survey for the preparation of the detailed design for the tailings project. The main state permits for construction have been obtained.


April 2016

Khingan Resources Limited took part in ITRI conference held in Peru. A number of MOU and pre-offtake agreements have been signed.


May 2016

Acquisition of license for Berezovskoye hard rock tin deposit. Estimated resource base is 16 thousand tonnes of Sn. Completion of Scoping studies for Centralnoye and Berezovskoye hard rock deposits development.

September 2016

Pilot processing testwork has been carried out on the Tailings project industrial site. More than 80 kg of 10% pre-concentrate has been achieved in gravity circuit and sent for laboratory flotation tests.

January 2018

Completion of the processing plant building. Installation of the main processing equipment


Triple increase of the revenue stream for the current operational plant in Khingansk after the involvement of the ore from nearest Berezovskoye  and Centralnoye tin deposits into the processing operations.



Confrirmation drilling programme

for Berezovskoye and Centralnoye deposits.


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 June 2017

Launch of the concrete works on the tailings project. Main equipment purchase.

August 2018

Commissioning phase


February 2019

Shipment of the first container with 22 tonnes of 60% tin concentrate