|Antracite Peru Suppliers http://pemine.com/paa/peru 11-28-2018 Victor|
Use Peru Antracite to Quick Reducing PM-2.5
in Taiwan Power Plants & Industrial Furances
which places willing to pay a affordable higher Price (comparing to existing Coal).
| Action Plan Working Record Coal Spec Sesuveca-Spec
Taiwan Power Plant (Kaohsiung)
PM2.5 study PM2.5 - in Coal 73 pages PM2.5 Study Report in Power Plant download
| sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx)
and ammonia (NH3).
Soot, or black carbon, is made up of tiny carbon particulate matter
蒋永春victor chiang 1-510-640-4294.
firstname.lastname@example.org 旧金山 太平洋市
Alex/Thanya whatsapp, 51-956-232-205
Julio whatsapp, +51-935-696-586
Pedro whatsapp, +51-992-299-447
Alex (Thanya) whatsapp, +51- 956- 232-205
Marcos whatsapp +51- 943- 404-412
|Peru Suppliers.... in Trujillo
– Lima Office
Contact: Alberto Morales
Calle Tarata 269 Miraflores Lima, Peru 15024
612 East Grassy Sprain Road
Yonkers, New York 10710 United States
1. SESUVECA del PERU :
website : www.sesuvecadelperu.com http://sesuvecadelperu.com/galeria/
Phone : +51 044 240020
Mr. Percy Carazas (Engineer) Position: Director
2. ARCHEAN ANDEAN ANTHRACITE S.A.C.
website : nil Phone : +51 2553828
3. Carbonifera Gher SAC
website : nil
|11-28-2018 (work record)
& who is decision maker?
Would yu like that I call to Mr ALberto Morales? yes
what is the production per month the idea is export that product at Salaverry Port
**Study their website
qty, price, C&F Kaohsiung port Taiwan, application...
replace existing coal power plants & some industry coal-fire furance, steel industry
**What is your idea? / To export Antracita to Taiwan
the goal... reducing PM2.5 in Kaohsiung City Area..
Last Saturday, the new party won the election... the new policy..
improve PM2.5 immediately.
I Will try to contact Mr Alberto Morales & need Lab Report..
I waiting the report of the engineer:
I am calling to Mr Alberto Morales but its mobil does not respond.
Do you have other mobil because this number 51-997-972-004 does not respond
Hi Victor, Let me to inform that at Salaverry city there are 03 companies that produce Antracite:
The 03 companies are the following: See website...for details
Taiwan have ability to buy ALL Peru antracite ..
Of these three companies, I think the most serious is the first.
For me, no difference... no.1 who will support us
no.2 they have ability ...
The sales person will ask me if I work in a company and how much do you want to export?
please look at the website, they have enough product to export
I am trying to contact with them but right now is time to lunch
Dont worry about qty.. Taiwan have money & market
the staff people is having lunch
Do you have any contact at Taiwan
As I stand before them, they will tell me if I'm from a company etc
I live in Kaohsiung. The key to win ...
No1 the solution in PM2.5 to replace traditional coal.
No.2 Fast & Flexible action..
(if you wait 3 months, N.Korea, Indonesia will win.)
Kaohsiung, San Francisco, Lima
Info.: Quality (Lab. Report, Pic, Sanple),
Quality (Monthly): (Existing Production, Available Capacity, Potential Capacity ),
End Users: Application & Existing output Mo. Qty.,
Facility: description & pictures, Location (Km to Port... Salaverry, Callao)
2. Trial Loads: 2 x 20' ocean containers, w/ super-sack (1-1.5 mt) abt 2 x 25mt= 50mt (Victor's idea )
Pass... in Twn.. Run Lab, Run Furance Test onsite
3. CEO/GM: Visit to Kaohsiung-Taichung-Taipei Taiwan... Just when containers arrive Taiwan .
On-site furance Test run with passed performance report.
Sign first min. 6 months+ Order with negotiation price
(hoping 1, 2, 5, 10 yrs supply term), after 1st Orer enter Opening Bidding.
Receiver: Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu , Taichung City Mayor Lu Shiow-yen
4. Charter Ship: 35,000mt/load
| 12-4-2018 Thanya .said... Sesuvecadelperu
has 600 thousand per year
Humedad H2O 5.4%
Materia Volatil MV 5.13%
Ceniza - 10.00%
Azufre S 0.57%
Carbon Fijo CF 79.47%
Poder Calorifico Kg/Cal 7,244
Humedad H2O 5.02%
Materia Volatil MV 6.75%
Ceniza - 9.08%
Azufre S 0.77%
Carbon Fijo CF 79.15%
Poder Calorifico Kg/Cal 7,830
Materia Volatil MV
Ash - Sulfur S
Fixed Carbon CF Power Calorific Kg / Cal
| 1000 MWe coal plant uses 9000 tonnes of coal per day,
| Peru Antracite Association
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Coal analysis techniques are specific analytical methods designed to measure the particular physical and chemical properties of coals.
These methods are used primarily to determine the suitability of coal for coking, power generation or for iron ore smelting in the manufacture of steel.
1 Chemical properties of coal
1.2 Volatile matter
1.4 Fixed carbon
2 Physical and mechanical properties
2.1 Relative density
2.2 Particle size distribution
2.3 Float-sink test
2.4 Abrasion testing
3 Special combustion tests
3.1 Specific energy
3.2 Ash fusion test
3.3 Crucible swelling index (free swelling index)
4 Coal classification by rank
6 External links
1. Chemical properties of coal
Coal comes in four main types or ranks: lignite or brown coal, bituminous coal or black coal, anthracite and graphite. Each type of coal has a certain set of physical parameters which are mostly controlled by moisture, volatile content (in terms of aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbons) and carbon content.
Moisture is an important property of coal, as all coals are mined wet.
Groundwater and other extraneous moisture is known as adventitious moisture and is readily evaporated. Moisture held within the coal itself is known as inherent moisture and is analysed quantitatively. Moisture may occur in four possible forms within coal:
Surface moisture: water held on the surface of coal particles or macerals
Hygroscopic moisture: water held by capillary action within the microfractures of the coal
Decomposition moisture: water held within the coal's decomposed organic compounds
Mineral moisture: water which comprises part of the crystal structure of hydrous silicates such as clays
Total moisture is analysed by loss of mass between an untreated sample and the sample once analysed. This is achieved by any of the following methods;
Heating the coal with toluene
Drying in a minimum free-space oven at 150 °C (302 °F) within a nitrogen atmosphere
Drying in air at 100 to 105 °C (212 to 221 °F) and relative loss of mass determined
Methods 1 and 2 are suitable with low-rank coals, but method 3 is only suitable for high-rank coals as free air drying low-rank coals may promote oxidation. Inherent moisture is analysed similarly, though it may be done in a vacuum.
Volatile matter in coal refers to the components of coal, except for moisture, which are liberated at high temperature in the absence of air. This is usually a mixture of short- and long-chain hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and some sulfur. Volatile matter also evaluate the adsorption application of an activated carbon. The volatile matter of coal is determined under rigidly controlled standards. In Australian and British laboratories this involves heating the coal sample to 900 ± 5 °C (1650 ±10 °F) for 7 min.
Ash content of coal is the non-combustible residue left after coal is burnt. It represents the bulk mineral matter after carbon, oxygen, sulfur and water (including from clays) has been driven off during combustion. Analysis is fairly straightforward, with the coal thoroughly burnt and the ash material expressed as a percentage of the original weight. It can also give an indication about the quality of coal. Ash content may be determined as air dried basis and on oven dried basis. The main difference between the two is that the latter is determined after expelling the moisture content in the sample of coal
The fixed carbon content of the coal is the carbon found in the material which is left after volatile materials are driven off. This differs from the ultimate carbon content of the coal because some carbon is lost in hydrocarbons with the volatiles. Fixed carbon is used as an estimate of the amount of coke that will be yielded from a sample of coal. Fixed carbon is determined by removing the mass of volatiles determined by the volatility test, above, from the original mass of the coal sample.
2. Physical and mechanical properties
Relative density or specific gravity of the coal depends on the rank of the coal and degree of mineral impurity. Knowledge of the density of each coal play is necessary to determine the properties of composites and blends. The density of the coal seam is necessary for conversion of resources into reserves.
Relative density is normally determined by the loss of a sample's weight in water. This is best achieved using finely ground coal, as bulk samples are quite porous. To determine in-place coal tonnages however, it is important to preserve the void space when measuring the specific gravity.
Particle size distribution
The particle size distribution of milled coal depends partly on the rank of the coal, which determines its brittleness, and on the handling, crushing and milling it has undergone. Generally coal is utilised in furnaces and coking ovens at a certain size, so the crushability of the coal must be determined and its behaviour quantified. It is necessary to know these data before coal is mined, so that suitable crushing machinery can be designed to optimise the particle size for transport and use.
Coal plies and particles have different relative densities, determined by vitrinite content, rank, ash value/mineral content and porosity. Coal is usually washed by passing it over a bath of liquid of known density. This removes high-ash value particle and increases the saleability of the coal as well as its energy content per unit volume. Thus, coals must be subjected to a float-sink test in the laboratory, which will determine the optimum particle size for washing, the density of the wash liquid required to remove the maximum ash value with the minimum work.
Float-Sink testing is achieved on crushed and pulverised coal in a process similar to metallurgical testing on metallic ore.
Abrasion is the property of the coal which describes its propensity and ability to wear away machinery and undergo autonomous grinding. While carbonaceous matter in coal is relatively soft, quartz and other mineral constituents in coal are quite abrasive. This is tested in a calibrated mill, containing four blades of known mass. The coal is agitated in the mill for 12,000 revolutions at a rate of 1,500 revolutions per minute.(I.E 1500 revolution for 8 min.) The abrasion index is determined by measuring the loss of mass of the four metal blades.
3. Special combustion tests
Aside from physical or chemical analyses to determine the handling and pollutant profile of a coal, the energy output of a coal is determined using a bomb calorimeter which measures the specific energy output of a coal during complete combustion. This is required particularly for coals used in steam generation.
Ash fusion test
The behaviour of the coal's ash residue at high temperature is a critical factor in selecting coals for steam power generation. Most furnaces are designed to remove ash as a powdery residue. Coal which has ash that fuses into a hard glassy slag known as clinker is usually unsatisfactory in furnaces as it requires cleaning. However, furnaces can be designed to handle the clinker, generally by removing it as a molten liquid.
Ash fusion temperatures are determined by viewing a moulded specimen of the coal ash through an observation window in a high-temperature furnace. The ash, in the form of a cone, pyramid or cube, is heated steadily past 1000 °C to as high a temperature as possible, preferably 1,600 °C (2,910 °F). The following temperatures are recorded;
Deformation temperature: This is reached when the corners of the mould first become rounded
Softening (sphere) temperature: This is reached when the top of the mould takes on a spherical shape.
Hemisphere temperature: This is reached when the entire mould takes on a hemisphere shape
Flow (fluid) temperature: This is reached when the molten ash collapses to a flattened button on the furnace floor.
Crucible swelling index (free swelling index)
The simplest test to evaluate whether a coal is suitable for production of coke is the free swelling index test. This involves heating a small sample of coal in a standardised crucible to around 800 degrees Celsius (1500 °F).
After heating for a specified time, or until all volatiles are driven off, a small coke button remains in the crucible. The cross sectional profile of this coke button compared to a set of standardised profiles determines the Free Swelling Index.
4. Coal classification by rank
See also: Coal § Ranks
Several international standards classify coals by their rank, where increasing rank corresponds to coal with a higher carbon content. The rank of coal is correlated with its geologic history, as described in Hilt's law.
In the ASTM system,
any coal with more than 69% fixed carbon is classified by its carbon and volatiles content.
Coal with less than 69% fixed carbon is classified by its heating value.
Volatiles and carbon are on a dry mineral free base;
heating value is based on the moisture content as mined, but without any free water.
The ISO has a coal ranking system that also ranks coals;
the sub-divisions do not align with the ASTM standard.
pages PM2.5 Study Report in Power Plant
| Company History
Over the span of seven years, Percana SA acquired 3 mining concession properties in the Lajon area of
the Huaranchal District, in the province of Otuzco.
Totaling 1000 hectares,
the individual properties are 600, 200 and 200 hectares respectively.
The following table outlines the details of these properties:
Concession Code Size Mining Concession Title
El Tunel Del Tempo 1 010209106 200 hectares Resolution No. 0862-2007-INGEMMET/PCD/PM (September 7, 2007)
El Tunel Del Tempo 2 010209206 200 hectares Resolution No. 0839-2007-INGEMMET/PCD/PM (September 7, 2007)
Agujeros Negros MA-AG 010184000 600 hectares Resolution No. 493-2001-RPM (March 16, 2001)
Percana SA purchased the concession properties based on indications of high-grade anthracite coal deposits.
( illegal artisan miners have been extracting anthracite coal from approx. 20 tunnel mines on one section of the properties.)
To verify the geology and quality of these deposits, the company commissioned local Peruvian engineers and geologists to complete a Technical Report. While this report was very strong, the estimates of resources, reserves and economics did not meet public reporting standards.
Anthracite coal samples from the tunnels have been tested by the SGS labs and the results have been excellent,
these results can be obtained by contacting the company.
Aim SA engaged Gustavson Associates to visit the site in order to provide preliminary assessments and recommendations for advancing projects on the property.
|About Aim Exploration
Aim Exploration Inc. (AEXE) is a Henderson, Nevada headquartered company. Aim operates as a mining company focusing towards Anthracite production in Peru.
The Anthracite Coal concessions are owned and/or controlled through their wholly owned subsidiary Aim Exploration SA. in Peru. AIM considers the mining concessions in Peru to be a high grade Anthracite Coal property in the Alto Chicama basin, in the province of Otuzco in Peru. Aim SA acquired these rights by purchasing these assets from Percana Mining Corp (Percana SA), a Peruvian corporation.
Anthracite Samples from AIM's Property
The assets encompass 1,000 hectares of mining concession property consisting of three sites of 600, 200 and 200 hectares respectively. Percana SA initially acquired these properties based on indications of the presence of high grade anthracite coal. There is evidence that artisan miners operated multiple one-entry mines on the property, which further indicates the presence and mine-ability of these deposits. To verify the geology and quality of the coal, Percana SA commissioned local geologists to compile a technical report on the 1,000 hectares. Although the report yielded optimistic estimates of resources, reserves and economics, it does not meet public reporting standard.
|Management & Board
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
James Robert (Bob) Todhunter - President
Mr. Todhunter joins AIM from Percana Mining Corp.,
where he has worked for the past 8 years as a director and in a number of senior executive roles.
Most recently Mr. Todhunter was the President of Percana Mining Corp. During his involvement with Percana the company made significant advancements with the company's presence in Peru.
The Percana team worked on exploration programs in Peru progressing projects towards feasibility studies, identifying other significant mining concession properties for future acquisition and developing the infrastructure required for effective transportation, storage port options.
Mr. Todhunter brings over 35 years experience in corporate finance, business consulting and marketing working with both private and public corporations in North America and internationally. As President of Amerirep Northwest Inc. in Seattle, Washington he was instrumental in successfully developing sales and marketing strategies with manufacturers worldwide. As the Vice President of Penn Capital in Seoul, Korea he worked with the Korean Business Association and Korean government agencies assisting many Korean corporations increase their presence in North America.
As Director of Finance and Marketing for E-Com Technologies (Nevada), Bob was instrumental in building E-Com into a corporation that was eventually acquired.
Mr. Todhunter was formerly a banker with the Royal Bank of Canada (20+ years) where he held managerial positions in both retail and business operations. Bob completed his formal education studies through the Institute of Canadian Bankers at the University of British Columbia.
Greg Formoso - Director
Mr. Formoso is an Industrial Management Engineer with extensive experience in supply chain management and business analysis and development. He has worked in a variety of industries that include food, beverage, packaging, business process outsourcing, mining, and medical diagnostics.
Mr. Formoso currently holds the position of President of Paladino Management and Development Corporation, which manages a feldspar mining and processing operation in northern Philippines. He is also the Vice President (VP) of Operations and Treasurer of PharmaCanada, Inc.—a medical diagnostics company specializing in early cancer detection. He has held key roles that include: Director of Sherpa Global Supply Chain Solutions Center, Inc., President and Chief Operating Officer of Asialink Business Process Outsourcing, Inc., and various management positions with San Miguel Corporation (a Filipino conglomerate).
Dr. Carlos Arias Eguiguren - Director
Dr. Arias has sustained a long and distinguished career in the mining industry throughout the world. Dr. Arias is also a lawyer specializing in mining law. He was formally educated in Ecuador where he received a law degree in 1989 and later a doctorate in law in 2000. He received his Master's Degree in International Business Legal Studies (IBLS) in 1993 from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, followed by a diploma in transactional contracts from the International Development Law Institute in Rome, Italy that same year.
Dr. Arias is a former Director of the Ecuadorian Chamber of Mines, serving terms in 1996-1998 and 2001-2005. He has served with several mining companies and has been responsible for important mining projects pertaining to acquisition and development. From 1993-1995, Dr. Arias served as President of Ecuadorian Minerals Corporation (now International Minerals) and was charged with the acquisition and consolidation of the Gaby and Rio Blanco (formerly San Luis) mining projects. From 2001-2004, he served as General Manager of Aurelian Resources, where he was responsible for the acquisition of the La Zarza mining project and the consolidation of 35 concessions into a single 90,000-hectare project. From 2000-2008, Dr. Arias served as General Manager of Avalanche Resources, where he was instrumental in acquiring ten mining concessions in Ecuador and the Alto El Toro gold project in Colombia.
Currently, Dr. Arias serves as Vice President and Director of Fort St. James Nickel Corp. of British Colombia; General Manager of Lateegra Ecuador S.A.; associate of Investbank Corp.; and Executive Director for the Andean Region of OIS & Associates. Additionally, he maintains a busy legal practice, serving as advisor to many corporations.
Karl D. Gurr
Mr. Gurr has over 39 years of mining, construction, mine development, operations, environmental remediation and maintenance experience. His professional career includes work assignments in mining, minerals, coal and industrial operations. He is currently a Sr. Mining Consultant/Geologist with Gustavson Associates (US). He will bring his expertise to Aim’s drilling, exploration and production activities.
Chen Yangqian - Chief Representative to Republic of China
Mr. Chen Yangqian is a successful professional with an extensive background and experience in law enforcement, working along side government agencies, as well as experience in import and export operations and collaborating with various companies in the trading industry.
Mr. Chen first started as a police officer and security officer, working on the field from the early 80s to the late 80s, gaining first hand experience in law enforcement and Chinese policies and laws. Mr. Chen then moved on to his now area of expertise, working as Chief of Staff for the Xiamen Commercial and Duties Corporation. This opportunity allowed Mr. Chen to lay a foundation for his knowledge in Chinese government policies, trading and networking.
In the summer of 1993, Mr. Chen became the Chairman for the Xiamen State Commodities and Duties Corporation,
a position he held until 1999, and where he continuously bolstered his knowledge and understanding in the industry.
Since then, Mr. Chen has been involved in various organizations partaking in various roles. He is a representative of The 9th Committee of Fujian Federation of Overseas Chinese Representative for Philippines.
As well as becoming the President for Sinocom Digital Security Systems Corporation (SDSS) in Philippines. SDSS designs, develops, and implement various security solutions designed to tailor fit each industry's demands. Mr. Chen is also currently involved as a Commercial Representative for the China National Electric Engineering Co. Ltd. in the Philippines.
Lastly, Mr. Chen is additionally a Senior Business Consultant for the China National Technical Import and Export Corporation.
Mr. Lindorfo is a geology engineer with over 30 years of field and managerial experience within the Peruvian environment. His professional career includes diverse work assignments from topography development of pits, to exploration galleries and field sampling, and the management of construction projects. He has worked within the context of coal, gold and copper operations. Tito is currently a Manager / Consultant with CSIMLSAC (Peru), and will bring technical and local market insights to Aim’s activities.
Manuel Chumpitaz Cama
Mr. Cama is a trained geological engineer with deep expertise in geology, cartography and environmental engineering. He has been involved in Peruvian mining projects in varying capacities that include: surface topography, map evaluations, geological exploration, construction management and geochemistry sampling—to name a few. Since 1994, Mr. Cama has held technical and managerial roles in over 45 private and public sector projects across Peru. He will bring this diverse experience to Aim’s operations.
Anthracite coal is a highly desirable resource with a variety of uses. It is primarily used in the manufacturing of steel, the production of cement, and the generation of electricity. 70% of the steel produced globally relies on coal (World Coal Association, 2013); 200kg of coal is required to produce one ton of cement (Van Oss, 2012); and 41% of global electricity production relies on coal (Clemente, 2012). Anthracite is the highest ranking coal because it is older and harder, contains more carbon, has lower moisture content, and burns hotter than any other type of coal. Comprising only 1% of global reserves, anthracite is also the cleanest burning fossil fuel on the planet (Cornerstone, 2013).
The unavailability of Anthracite Coal in India creates a huge potential for coal as a fuel for Indian Steel industry, which is growing on progressive and steady pace. Huge scope for growth is offered by India’s comparatively low per capita steel consumption and the expected rise in consumption due to increased infrastructure construction and the thriving automobile and railways sectors.
Aim has a variety of advantages. The company has a team of technical experts on ground in Peru, and has also recruited advisors and directors who bring complementary skills to the venture. In terms of infrastructure, power lines run through Aim’s property, while a river runs adjacent to the site. The road network from the site to Otuzco can support 25-ton trucks. From Otuzco to Salaverry, the road is paved and well maintained, and can support up to 50-ton trucks. There are also accommodation facilities close to the property that can cater to Aim employees and contractors. Other advantages include competitive labour wages in Peru, and competitive storage and stevedoring costs at the port together with the ability to extract deposits with minimal or no coal washing.
What Is It and Why This Is So Important?
Anthracite is officially classified as coal however it is not just another fuel, anthracite should not be confused with just ordinary bituminous coal.
Anthracite is the highest quality metallurgical coal available, clean burning, hard coal with the highest carbon content of any coal, very energy efficient and even burns smoke free.
This premium coal represents only 1% of world coal reserves.
The Cleanest Burning Solid Fossil Fuel
Anthracite is an almost pure form of carbon. It has a very high heat value, and very low levels of sulphur and other impurities. This makes it not only the most sought after home heating fuel but also a much sought after, high quality component for a number of industries.
The anthracite coal extracted from the AIM coal concessions in Peru have been tested by the world-wide highly regarded SGS labs and the findings indicate a very high fixed carbon, very low ash and sulpher content with a high calorific value.
AIM would be pleased to provide the analysis upon request.
Why Does the World Need Anthracite Coal?
As a result of its attributes, anthracite coal trades at prices substantially higher than thermal coal and has a lower environmental impact. High quality anthracite is increasingly sought for by the steel industry, always under pressure to reduce costs and improve margins.
Metallurgical coal together with iron ore is the principal raw materials used to make steel. As such, it supports an improved quality of life for all of us through its use in the construction of homes and hospitals, and in the production of everything from mass transportation vehicles to wind turbines.
Due to its high carbon content and low volatiles, anthracite is more reactive and efficient with respect to energy released than the lower–ranked coals and consequently has a lower environmental impact due to the lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Urbanization of the emerging economies is resulting in the largest migration of people in human history. The infrastructure required to support the resulting rapid growth is creating unprecedented demand for steel and the coal needed to produce it. Combined with declining coal reserves it is anticipated that there will be long-term global shortage of metallurgical coals. Approximately 500 million tones of new annual metallurgical coal production will be required by the end of the decade to service the growth in demand.
The industry most commonly associated with anthracite is the steel industry.
Within the steelmaking industry, anthracite is used in three processes
Pulverized coal injection
Basic Oxygen Steel
Electric Arc Furnaces
The most common application of anthracite in steelmaking is in Pulverized Coal Injection (PCI) – a secondary stage of most steelmaking processes. Anthracite is injected directly into the furnace along with hot air. Using anthracite reduces the amount of coking coal needed in the first stage, and improves the quality of metal produced. In Basic Oxygen Steelmaking coke produced from metallurgical coal is used as a reducing agent to take out metal oxides.
Anthracite coal used by steel makers can create substantial savings by replacing small amounts of coke with anthracite, saving up to 30% in costs.
Anthracite coal is also used for the processing of titanium, ferro-chrome, tin and aluminum.
Other industrial uses of anthracite:
Water purification and filtration and manufacture of bricks, wire, silicon and glass.
The high carbon content of anthracite makes it the preferred coal for gasification and liquefaction technologies to make urea fertilizers, plastics and high quality synthetic fuels.
In countries such as Ukraine and Vietnam anthracite fuels power stations for electricity generation.
For the large population not on the gas grid anthracite presents the most cost effective and environment friendly option for heating.
|Peru Project Site Details
Lajon is located in Huaranchal, which is one of ten districts in the province of Otuzco. It is about a two-hour drive from Trujillo (the second largest city in Peru), and an equal distance to the city of Otuzco. It is also strategically located 200km from Salaverry, which features a port that can service ships with capacities of up to 35,000 tons. The Port of Salaverry provides direct access to the Pacific Ocean.
A river adjacent to the property provides access to water for mining operations. However, most of the coal on the property may be extracted with minimal or no coal washing.
Power lines cut through the property, although Aim is yet to ascertain the capacity of these lines. The company expects to use diesel powered equipment for most of its mining activities.
The first half of the road from the property to Otuzco is along steep mountainsides and can support 25-ton trucks. The next half of the road to Otuzco is better maintained and can also support 25-ton trucks. The road from Otuzco to the Port of Salaverry is well constructed, paved, and has bridges that can support up to 50-ton loads. This will facilitate smooth hauling of coal to the port.
Besides accessibility to water, transportation and electricity, there are also small villages on the property with ample accommodations and restaurants to service exploration crews and other travelers.
|AIM Exploration Announces Potential Acquisition
of Silica Properties in USA 11-02-16
AIM Exploration Announces Appointment of Dr. Carlos Arias Eguiguren to the Board of Directors 15-12-15
AIM Exploration Announces Production and Sales for Their Philippine Operations 30-11-15
AIM Exploration Makes Final Preparations to Delivery First Order of Coal 17-11-15
AIM Exploration Announces Its Inclusion in the OTCQB Index 29-10-15
AIM Exploration Receives Letter of Intent From Prina Energy to Purchase 500,000 Metric Tons of Coal From AIM's Coal Mine Located in Peru 18-08-15
AIM Exploration Announces Results of Recent SGS Lab Report 03-08-15
AIM Exploration Announces Partially Owned Subsidiary, Paladino, Is Planning for Expansion; AEXE Is in Final Talks With Financier for Funding Expansion 21-07-15
AIM Exploration Announces Local Community Unanimously Accepts AEXE's Anthracite Coal Mining Project 19-11-14
AIM Exploration Announces Environmental And Archeological Study Have Been Submitted And Moving Towards Production 17-11-14
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AIM Exploration Announces Strong Advisory Board To Assist In Taking The Anthracite Coal Properties Into Production And Sales 12-11-14
AIM Exploration Completes Feldspar Quality Test Production Order With First Client; Begins Final Negotiations With This Client To Supply Its Entire 2015 Production Requirements 20-10-14
AIM Exploration Acquires a Total of 648 Hectares of a Producing Feldspar Mine in the Philippines and a 1,000-Hectare High Grade Anthracite Coal Project in Peru in Pre-Production Stage 17-10-14
Giving Back To The Community of Lajon, Peru
In December 2014, the team of Aim Exploration surprised the local children of the community of Lajon, Peru with a Christmas party; where they were given toys and hot chocolate.
|AIM Exploration Inc.
170 South Green Valley Parkway Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89012
T: 1-844-246-7378 (1-844-AIM-PERU) F: 1-844-246-7379
AIM Exploration Announces Potential Acquisition of Silica Properties in USA
HENDERSON, NV--(Marketwired - Feb 11, 2016) - AIM Exploration Inc. (OTCQB: AEXE) is excited to announce that it has entered into a preliminary agreement to acquire a privately owned company that owns Silica concessions in Utah USA.
Over the past year AIM has been working diligently to acquire the Silica rich properties of Crystal Sands. The deal AIM is ready to consummate and is expected to close by the end of Q-2.
This would mean that AIM would acquire all the shareholdings of Crystal Sands. Crystal Sands currently holds mining concession rights including mining (metallic and non-metallic) permits for properties located in Utah consisting in excess of 600 acres which is rich in Silica. AIM has completed extensive research on this property and a Stim Lab report indicates the raw samples tested are in excess of 97% Silica. The property is strategically located within close proximity to transportation, easy road access with readily available access to water and electricity.
Bob Todhunter the company's CEO stated, "This acquisition works very well with our existing ownership in Paladino (producer of Feldspar) as both Feldspar and Silica are key ingredients for glass production and is expected to enhance the future profitability of AIM Exploration."
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AIM Exploration Inc.
J.R. (Bob) Todhunter
Director, President & CEO
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