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MINING EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT
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  1. 1.                                             MINING EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN THE ROYAL OF CAMBODIA                                        
  2. 2.   CAMBODIA  BACKGROUND   Cambodia .Khmer, Kampuchea officially knows as The Kingdom of Cambodia. The country is located in Southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in the South East Asia with the total landmass of 181,035 square kilometers (69,899 Square mile). It is bordered by Thailand to northwest, Laos to northeast, Vietnam to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the Southwest. Population is over 14 8 million. The country official religion is Therada Buddhism which practiced by around 95% of the Cambodian population, the country minority groups includes Vietnamese, Chinese, Chams and 30 various hill tribes. The country has 23 provinces. The capital is Phnom Penh also a largest city in the country, the political, economical and cultural center of Cambodia. The capital and provinces of Cambodia are the first level administrative divisions. Municipalities and districts are the second level administrative division. The provinces are subdivided into 159 districts and 26 The districts and municipalities in turn are further divided into communes and quarters. The Kingdom of Cambodia is constitutional monarchy with Norodom Sihamoni, an elected monarch chosen by the Royal Throne Council as ahead of state. The head of government is Prime Minister Hun Sen who is currently longest serving leader in South East Asia and has ruled Cambodia for over 25 years. INDEPENDENCE The country was colonized by French in mid-19th century. Cambodia gained independence from France on November 09, 1953. In 1955, Sihanouk abdicated in favor of his father in order to participate in politics and was elected prime minister. Upon his father's death in 1960, Sihanouk again became head of state, taking the title of prince. While visiting Beijing in 1970 he was ousted by a military coup led by Prime Minister General Lon Nol and Prince Sisowath Sirik Matak, who had the support of the United States. The king urged his followers to help in overthrowing this government, hastening the onset of civil war. Soon the Khmer Rouge rebels began using him to gain support. KHMER ROUGE The Khmer Rouge reached Phnom Penh and took power in 1975. The regime, led by Pol Pot, changed the official name of the country to Democratic Kampuchea. They immediately evacuated the cities and sent the entire population on forced marches to rural work projects. They attempted to rebuild the country's agriculture on the model of the 11th century, discarded Western medicine, and destroyed temples, libraries, and anything considered Western. At least a million Cambodians, out of a total population of 8 million, died from executions, overwork, starvation and disease. 2   THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      
  3. 3. Estimates as to how many people were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime range from approximately one to three million; the most commonly cited figure is two million (about one-third of the population) This era gave rise to the term Killing Fields, and the prison Tuol Sleng became notorious for its history of mass killing. Hundreds of thousands fled across the border into neighbouring Thailand. The regime disproportionately targeted ethnic minority groups. The Cham Muslims suffered serious purges with as much as half of their population exterminated. END OF KHMER ROUGE AND TRANSITION Stupa which houses the skulls of those killed by the Khmer Rouge at Choeung Ek In November 1978, Vietnamese troops Cambodia. The People's Republic of Kampuchea (PRK), a Pro-Soviet state led by the Salvation Front, a group of Cambodian leftists dissatisfied with the Khmer Rouge, was established. In opposition to the newly-created state, a government-in-exile referred to as the Coalition Government of Democratic Kampuchea (CGDK) was formed in 1981 from three factions. This consisted of the Khmer Rouge, a royalist faction led by Sihanouk, and the Khmer People's National Liberation Front. The Khmer Rouge representative to the UN, Thiounn Prasith, was retained Throughout the 1980s the Khmer Rouge, supplied by China. Thailand, the United States and the United Kingdom continued to control much of the country and attacked territory not under their dominance. These attacks, led to economic sanctions by the U.S. and its allies, made reconstruction virtually impossible and left the country deeply impoverished. Peace efforts began in Paris in 1989 under the State of Cambodia, culminating two years later in October 1991 in a comprehensive peace settlement. The UN was given a mandate to enforce a ceasefire and deal with refugees and disarmament known as the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC). In 1993, Norodom Sihanouk was restored as King of Cambodia, making Cambodia the world's only postcommunist country which restored monarchy as the system of government. The stability established following the conflict was shaken in 1997 by a coup d'état but has otherwise remained in place. In recent years, reconstruction efforts have progressed and led to some political stability in the form of a multiparty democracy under a constitutional monarchy. In July 2010 Kang Kek Iew was the first Khmer Rouge member found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity in his role as the former commandant of the S21 extermination camp. He was sentenced to 35 years in prison POLITICS National politics in Cambodia take place within the framework of the nation's constitution of 1993. The government is a constitutional  monarchy operated as a parliamentary representative  democracy. The Prime  Minister  of  Cambodia, an office held by Hun  Sen since 1985, is the head  of  government, while the King  of  Cambodia (currently Norodom  Sihamoni) is the head  of  state. The prime minister is appointed by the king, on the advice and with the approval of the National  Assembly 3   THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      
  4. 4. The prime minister and the ministerial appointees exercise executive   power while legislative   powers are shared by the executive and the bicameral Parliament  of  Cambodia, which consists of a lower house, the National Assembly or Radhsphea and an upper house, the Senate or Sénat. Members of the 123-seat Assembly are elected through a system of proportional  representation and serve for a maximum term of five years. The Senate has 61 seats, two of which are appointed by the king and two others by the National Assembly. Senators serve five years WHAT IS THE REASONS BEHIND THE THAI-CAMBODIA CONFLICT? For centuries, the ancient Preah Vihear temple, a Hindu masterpiece, has stood largely unmolested on a cliff overlooking the Thai-Cambodian border. However, over past three years, the temple has been an increasing point of conflict between Thailand and Cambodia that appears to be fomented for purely domestic political motives And, in the latest dust-up, events have demonstrated the relative weakness of Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, who is clearly unable to control his own military, and of the Asean, which appears to have little or no influence in stopping the conflict. Unconfirmed reports have circulated in both Bangkok and Phnom Penh about the reasons the temple, which was awarded to the Cambodians by the International Court of Justice in 1962. Some sources say there was a lack of communication between the Thai government and the military. While Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva appeared to prefer a diplomatic option to resolve the crisis, the military decided to use force instead. There is also a c the royalist Yellow Shirts is said to be now working with the military to weaken the Abhisit government, apparently for an election as soon as April. According to this theory, the military in particular fears that this would diminish its role in politics, too soon. The roots of the most recent cross-border conflict can be found in the decision by a joint PAD-Democrat Party team to cross into Cambodia, where they were promptly arrested. One PAD member, Veera Somkwamkit, remains in a Cambodian prison. Meanwhile, some local residents on the Thai-Cambodian border reportedly said that the Thai military was fed up with the way the Abhisit government has handled the territorial dispute issue. On Feb. 4, Thai and Cambodian troops experienced their worst clash, a violent conflict that included gunfire and artillery duels, killing at least two Thais and eight Cambodians. Some 3,120 Thais were evacuated from a village close to where the incident took place. The temple itself was damaged by artillery fire from Thai guns. Thus, to express its frustration, the military chose to fire artillery into the Preah Vihear Temple, damaging it and earning condemnation for Thailand for its thoughtless behavior, which could ultimately destroy the centuries-old World Heritage site. In Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Sen exploited the armed clashes to strengthen his power position by displaying his nationalistic emotions. The last time Hun Sen displayed his love for the Cambodian motherland, it cost Thailand its embassy in Phnom Penh in 2003. Then, Hun Sen was accused of being reluctant to intervene in an arson attack against the Thai diplomatic mission by so- divert domestic issues which could ruin his chance in the upcoming election. It has also been reported that the scale of devastation on the Cambodian side as a result of the fresh clashes was massive. Hun Sen appears certain to retaliate. Thailand will have to wait and see how Thai-Cambodian relations will go from here. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       4  
  5. 5. While the latest confrontation is certainly the work of domestic politics in Thailand and Cambodia, it has engendered a negative impact on Asean, of which the two countries are members. Immediately, Asean Secretary-General Surin Pitsuwan urged the two to find a peaceful solution. "I am deeply concerned about the serious situation on the border between Thailand and Cambodia," Surin said. "This violent conflict must be brought under control and return to negotiating table soonest." He also added, "I have been in touch with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Cambodia Hor Namhong, and the Foreign Minister of Thailand, Kasit Piromya, and I have appealed for calm, maximum restraint on both sides, and expressed my fervent desire to see both sides return to a negotiating table as soon as possible." As members of Asean, Thailand and Cambodi and cooperation in time of bilateral crisis, and in particular, the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (TAC) in which all member states commit themselves to peaceful settlement of disputes. As so often the disputed 11th century Preah Vihear temple in Cambodia, long a source of anger for Thai nationalists who believe it rightly belongs to Bangkok, has become the focus of the renewed spat between the countries. The aggressive behavior has also challenged the Asean charter. ECONOMY Cambodia reemerged several years later within a socialistic sphere of influence as the People's Republic of Kampuchea until 1993. After years of isolation, the war-ravaged nation was reunited under the monarchy in 1993. Rebuilding from decades of civil war, Cambodia has seen rapid progress in the economical and human resource areas. The country has had one of the best economic records in Asia, with economic growth growing an average 6.0% for the last 10 years. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth was very strong. The eposode subtained growth was interrupted in 2008-2009 but recovering strong in 2010-2011 with GDP growth estimated at 6.7 %. Per capita $ 2,470. The rapid economic growth has created employment opportunities and the poverty headcount has declined fron 45-50% in 1993-94 to 30% in 2007. Poerty concentrate in rural areas. Strong textiles, agriculture, construction, garments, and tourism sectors led to foreign investments and international trade. In 2005, oil and natural gas deposits were found beneath Cambodia's territorial waters, and once commercial extraction begins in 2011, the oil revenues could profoundly affect Cambodia's economy. The major economic challenge for Cambodia over the next decade will be fashioning an economic imbalance. More than 50% of the population isles than 25 years old. The population lacks education and product skills ,particularly in the poverty-ridden country side, which is suffers from an almost total lack of basic infrastructure. 5   THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      
  6. 6. MINERAL POTENTIAL ecause of war during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s and more recently because of the lack of capital, specialists and technology. According to the Cambodia government is one of the most under-explored countries in the world for mineral resources. The Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy indicated was for bauxite ,gold, gemstones,, coal,, iron ore, tin, kaolin, limestone ,manganese ,phosphate rock, silicon sand. Since 1993, the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy reported had issued 11 licenses, 5 of which were gold exploration. Management and Mining of Mineral resources was drafted and approved by the Cabinet 2000. The Law was promulgated by the Government on July 13, 2001. In 1995, gold and zircon reported were mined illegally in the provinces of Kampong Cham, Mondol Kiri and Rotanoh Kiri. Gemestones were mined at the Pailin Mine in the Battmbang Province 6   THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      
  7. 7. THE MILLENNIUM INTERNATIONAL GROUP, PLC - BACKGROUND The Millennium International Group, PLC headquartered at No. 52, Street 606, BoungKok II Ward, Toulkork District, Capital of Phnom Penh, Royal of Cambodia. The Samlout-Battambang gemstone and gold mine is located in the area of Sang Kae- Battambang river, 70km southwest away from Battambang and 40km East of Pailin province In the past, under Polpot regime Thai exploited part of this area. Due to war in 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, they only focused on gemstone at the riverbed and rive terrace areas. Leaving several eluvi, deluvil mineral sand, river bench areas untouched and unexploited. Pailin gemstone on general and Samlot gemstone in particular are the type of high quality with very high prices (Geography Union Vietnam 1981). The Gemstone in the area, a rare gem, has the color of red mixing with light violet (this type in the past only was available in Mong Shu ruby gemstone mine Myanmar a place famous for rare ruby germ mines). According to the documents of ESCAP (Asian and Pacific Economic Development Plan), Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy Cambodia and survey results of The Millennium International Group, PLC (MIGPLC), the eluvi agglomerate, bench of Sang Kae river may have gemstones, industrial gold and other mineral deposits. The Millennium International Group, LLC (MIGUS) began its initial geological surveys of 11 eleven potential mineral locations in the following provinces: Rottanakiri, Kratie, Mondulkiri, Pursat, Preah Vhear Siem Reap, Pailin and Battambang since early 2007. After 17 months of surveys, during the May of 2008 we identified the two areas with highest potential for Gold and Gemstone prospectivity in Samlout District of Battambang province and Pailin district of Pailin province. MIGUS decided to establish two subsidiary companies. The first one is The Millennium International Group, Co. Ltd., hereafter called MIG Cambodia, a Cambodia Private Limited Company registered on May 30, 2008. The second one is the Metal Mining (Cambodia) Co. Ltd., hereafter called Metal, another Cambodia Limited Liability Company registered in 2008. Our focus industrial is to discover explore and develop low cost gold and gemstone assets in the Kingdom of Cambodia. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       7  
  8. 8. On September 16, 2010, MIG Cambodia reorganizational structure and become The Millennium International Group, PLC, a Cambodia Public Limited Company (MIGPLC). MIGPLC Charter Capital is $100,000,000 USD equal to 400,000,000,000 Riels divided into 1,000 shares equal to 100 % Ownership. Each 1% of ownership consisted of 10 shares equal to $ 1,000,000 USD. Each share equal to $100,000 USD equal to 400,000,000 Riels (1 USD= 4,000 Riels). THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       8  
  9. 9. THE MILLENNIUM INTERNATIONAL GROUP , PLC A Cambodia Public Limited Company VISION MIGPLC will be regarded as a leading Gold and Gemstone Producing Company while ensuring business transparency, honesty, integrity, and accountability to all shareholders MISSION To realize our vision, our mission is to establish long-term relationships with all shareholders with particular emphasis on the creation of positive contributions to local communities in which we operate. We will produce outstanding results by finding, acquiring, developing and producing in safe, profitable, and socially responsible manner. We will establish a sustainable continuous improvement and eco-friendly based organization that will drive profitable growth, increase value for our shareholders, and create career equal opportunities and financial incentive for our personnel. VALUES Accountability We meet our vindicate .We find a way to achieve our objectives. The governance and operations of our company are principally built on honesty and transparency toward our shareholders, employees, partners, associates, and general public. Sustainable Development We are committed to building a workforce that embodies the world in which we do business by accurately integrating social and environmental criteria into our due diligence process. Using applied research and development methodology, we have created tools to facilitate this process. We aim to meet human needs while conserving the environment and the resources that are essential to those communities in which we operate. These needs can be met not only in the present, but also for generations to come, by minimizing the potential for adverse impacts that may arise from our operations. TEAMWORK We are that communication is essential for efficient teamwork. We encourage creative thinking and are committed to building a workforce that strikes for personal and corporate excellence. We foster an environment where individual growth is encouraged, acknowledged, and recognized as a personal and team achievement. The results of these efforts are reliance, collaboration, and a more productive organization involving all stakeholders. DIVERSIFY MIGPLC embraces diversify and is proud to be a multicultural organization. Our concepts of diversify and inclusion enhance differences in religion ,gender ,age ,ethnic background ,disability, race, nationality ,sexual orientation , and more .We foster and encompass cultural awareness and create opportunities to develop cross-cultural sensitivity and respect. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       9  
  10. 10. RESULTS At MIGPLC we set aggressive goals and meet our commitments .We are relentless and strong- minded .We drive our progress without sacrifice our core values. MIGPLC is a Company that is charged with innovative programs and strategies that forge new partnerships. These values ards and constitute the foundation of our corporate strategy. OUR COMMITMENT Helping Communities through Responsible Mining The mining sector can be recognized as a driving force maximizing the development of other economic sectors and productive activities with a view to improving the productivity and stability of the sector, and consolidating a competitive network generating economic and social benefits for all of the stakeholders. Pioneering new CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) approaches in the mining sector, MIGPLC challenges its mining investments to ensure a positive contribution to local communities by reducing poverty, creating sustainable development, improving human rights, and meeting both At MIGPLC, we believe that a responsible company should combine in their business decisions a series of environmental and social preoccupations. In pursuing these objectives, MIGPLC is developing, in collaboration with all stakeholders, a strong Social and Environmental Program inspired by the UN-ten Global Compact Principals which includes human rights, labour standards, environmental concerns, and anticorruption actions, Transparency and accountability are also is to comply with the national and local principles and laws wherever we operate, and to conduct all business activities with the most excellent standards. Special attention is also given to minimizing the environmental impacts of mining activities, and technical and scientific innovation (efficient use of energy, the development of advanced materials, and better approaches to waste reduction and water conservation). greenhouse gases (GHGs) that will result from our activities. To prove that the project will achieve its objectives in real, permanent, verifiable reductions in Greenhouse Gases, we will collaborate -governmental organization) and specialists to validate the operation. MIGPLC is committed to making a positive difference in the communities in which we operate. From exploration to reclamation, MIGPLC conducts itself with the highest ethical standards and a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility. Our CSR policy is based on five elements: Involve all stakeholders in our mining projects Operate a sustainable development approach Contribute to building state of the art facilities Respect and support human rights Ensure transparency THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       10  
  11. 11. PROJECT OVERVIEW Currently our main in ground assets are the Gold-Gemstone mining concessions located in Battambang and Pailin Provinces. Our destruction of basaltic lavas, project is comprised of an area covering approximately 274.41 square kilometers (27,441 Ha) in which 84.51 square kilometers (8.451 Ha) located in Stung Sangke are, Samlot and Pailin districts, Battambang and Pailin provinces and 189.90 square kilometers (18,990 Ha) located in Phum Ta Det area, Samlot and Pailin districts, Battambang and Pailin provinces. The area is well known to the world as a proven source of rubies and sapphires during the Polpot regime. The land field is characterized by alluvial and eluvial placers that were formed during the destruction of basaltic lavas The geologic framework is the result of a long and repeated history of sedimentation, volcanism, igneous intrusion, metamorphism, and mountain building. These processes formed ancient and recent mountain chains, folded rocks, and broad sedimentary basins throughout the region. Nonfuel mineral deposits are associated with specific geologist rocks types are tectonic settings, and therefore the extensive geologic history of Asia and Pacific regions has been conductive to the formation of many kinds of large and abundant mineral deposits. The geologic setting in the Asian and Pacific regions is consistent with the discovery of a number of new, important mineral belts, which may contain potential for the occurrence of undiscovered deposits. In addition, the presence of known mineral deposits suggests that well-known belts also may be areas new discoveries. Socio-economical features Bo lang village is 7km away from Thailand-Cambodia border. The people living here are the Ko La ethnic group with poor living standards. Agriculture is primarily rice cultivating. Industry is underdeveloped. However, this area has potential for gemstone and gold exploration. The inhabitants hardly know how to write or read. There is only one elementary school in the area. The labor supply for the project would be about 961 people. Mining would help creating jobs and developing factories as well as raising intellectual standards. Equipments and Labor Electric wiring system is not available in this area. The company will provide a 100 kw dynamo to support production. The road along Sang Kae river is being constructed to carry machines. The labor will be taken from Vietnam, heavy equipment operators and manual labors will be trained and recruited at the area. Mining Geology Strata Features In relation to the mineral gold - gemstone formations mainly eluvi, mineral deposits of Kae Sang river systems, including mixed deposits of river flood (ap QIV1-2), including mixed deposits of river flood and alluvial (ap QIV2-3), accumulation eluvi - deluvi (e - d) Q. Eluvi mineral sand from Sang Kae river: (ap QIV) and (eQII) THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       11  
  12. 12. Alluvial-Proluvial ore deposit of oceanic layer 1 (apQIV) Mixed deposits are unevenly distributed along Sang Kae river, 100-200m wide, 300-400m long. The height above river level: 4-6 m. The river bed is constituted by: slabs, clots, pebbles, placer, clay, and gemstone (ruby) average thickness: 4m. Sediment composition: slabs, clots, pebbles mainly andezit, size: from under 10cm to some metres, accounting for 40-50% sand. Alluvial-Proluvial ore deposit of river bed and high bench Alluvial ore belong to riverbed sediments and high bench distributed continuously along Sang Kae river, 30-200m wide, average 100m. The height of bench above river level: 1-1.5m. In foods, there are times when the bench is submerged. Sediment composition: slabs, clots, pebbles mainly andezit, size: from under 10cm to 0.5m, accounting for 40-50% sand. Average thickness: 3m. Eluvium Remnants This layer has more than 40m of ruby constituent, distributed on a large scale: many km2. This layer plays an important role in industrial gemstone mines. This layer can be exploited by excavator or by water pressure. The main components are clay and weathered basalt. Topography The mine is located in an eroding mountainous place, partly covered by basalt. Hydrography Sang Kae is the biggest river in the area. The valley of the river consists of riverbed part, alluvial ground and bench with ruby and gold content. The width of the river is from 30-40m, no floods during the year. Traffic The road from Battambang to Samlot is covered with Tar and macadam 60km is being constructed by the Japanese after the 1990 war. The road is now demaged and being improved and reconstructed by MIGPLC in two phases. Phase I began September 2007 to July/2009. Phase II began April 2011 to November 2011. Climate The climate in this area is tropical monsoon with two distinctive seasons: the rainy season is from June to October, and the dry season is from November to May. The rainy season is always floods at alluvial ground unevenly. The average rainfall per year is from 1,000 to 1,500mm. Average temperature: 27.4 Celsius degree. Average humidity: 80% during the year. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       12  
  13. 13. Population There is a sparsely distributed population (mainly the Kolan ethnic group), from the mine center to the upper of Sang Kae river (SK6) is the border forest, with almost no population. However, this area was once the location of the Polpot regime so there may be some booby traps or mines near the river. It is necessary to sweep and clear all these mines. Mining site borders Principles to determine mining site borders The border of the mine is determined by these following principles: - The mining site is located within the area licensed by the ministry of Mining and Energy of Cambodia - The mining site is located within the reserves topography, according to the satellite images - The gold and gem ore body is near the surface of the sedimentary rocks of Sang Kae river. The crust is thin. The average thickness of the crust is 1m, composed of sand and clay. The average thickness of the ore layer is 3-4m, composed of clabs and placer. The average thickness of eluvi sedimentary layer is 20m, deluvi: 2m. Mining site borders The border is determined as shown in the PAILIN. Code: 5434/5534 III, UTM, Scale: 1/100,000 map. The mining site border is the boundary of ore-body layers: ap QIV2-3, ap QIV1-2, (e d) Q. Gold and Gemstone in Stung Sangke Area , Battambang and Pailin Province The area of Mining Operations is 84.51 square kilometers (8,451 Ha) located in Stung Sangke are, Samlot and Pailin districts, Battambang and Pailin Provinces in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The area mainly has friable formation (sand, dust, clay, and block containing gemstone or gold which located along 25 km valley of Sangke river. convenience for using dredger vessel exploitation technology with the combination of heavy equipments exploitation technology. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       13  
  14. 14. Gold and Gemstone in Phum Ta Det Area , Battambang and Pailin Provinces The area of Mining Operations is 189.90 square kilometers (18,990 Ha) located in Phum Ta Det area, Samlot and Pailin districts, Battambang and Pailin Provinces in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The area features the hilly terrain and there are mainly valleys and lacs there. Most of hills are separated by spring level I and II and Sangke river. The attitude from the head of spring to hills is lower 100 m. Most hard rock on these hills are disintegrate and turned into soil (from 20-60 m) by the process of tropical alteration ,so hard rock hardly exist there. This makes easier way and convenience to mine by heavy equipment and or by heavy water pressure technology, (This cost only equal to ¼ of the expenses for heavy equipment exploitation technology). The river valley terrain extends toward the West and North about 30km. In the river valley, it is distributed with placer deposits containing gold and precious stones convenient to the open mining by dredger vessel technology and heavy equipment technology. In this area, gold and precious stones are explored from loose formation such as eluvia (altered lateritic products under the tropical climate, including: clay, loose sand, lump sand, block rock which contain precious stones); diluvia (including: grit sand,loose clay); aluvi (deposits in rivers and on banks, including: shingle, block, sand power, loose clay which enclose gold, precious stones). In short, we shall explore gold and precious stones from loose formation of various sources.     THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC      THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       14  
  15. 15.     CONTRACT  AREA  OF  MINING  CONCESSIONS  LANDSCAPE  OVERVIEW   LANDSCAPE  84.51  SQUARE  KILOMETERS     THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       15  
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  17. 17.   CONTRACT  AREA  OF  MINING  CONCESSIONS  LANDSCAPE  OVERVIEW   LANDSCAPE  189.90  SQUARE  KILOMETERS       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       17  
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  20. 20. The Millennium International Group, PLC (MIG Cambodia) has survey from 2007-2010 and got these following results: Field Research at 11 mineral spots at those provinces: Rottanakkiri, Kratie, Mondulkiri, Pursat, Prean, Siemreap from 8/8 to 17/8/2007. Field Research at mineral spot at those districts: Samlout, Rotanak, Mondol Battambang, from 6/10 to 9/10/2007. Mineral exploration at Samlout from 19/7 22/7/2008. Mineral exploration at Samlout from 5/8 4/9/2008. Mineral exploration at Kaev Seima Mondulkiri, from 12/10 16/10/2008. Facilities survey at Samlout-Battambang, from 6/2 to 10/2/2009. Survey at Samlout with investigating groupfromEnvironmentalMinistry of Cambodia,from25/2 2/3/2009. Mineral exploration at Samlout from 25/3 11/4/2008. Determining the co-ordinate of the mine area at Samlout from 29/6 1/7/2009. Sample taking at Samlout-Battambang from 12/7 21/7/2009. FIELD ON SITE SURVEYS & EXPLORATIONS Field Research at mineral spot at Mondulkiri districts THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       20  
  21. 21. Field Research at mineral spot at Mondulkiri districts THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       21  
  22. 22. Field Research at mineral spot at Pursat districts THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       22  
  23. 23. Field Research at mineral spot at Odarmenchey districts THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       23  
  24. 24. Field Research at mineral spot at Kratie districts THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       24  
  25. 25. Field Research at mineral spot at those districts: Samlout, Rotanak, Mondol Battambang from 6/10 to 9/10/2007. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       25  
  26. 26. Mineral exploration at Samlout from 19/7 22/7/2008 THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       26  
  27. 27. Mineral exploration at Samlout from 5/8 4/9/2008 THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       27  
  28. 28. Mineral exploration at Kaev Seima Mondulkiri, from 12/10 16/10/2008. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       28  
  29. 29. Survey at Samlout with investigating groupfromEnvironmentalMinistry of Cambodia,from25/2 2/3/2009 THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       29  
  30. 30. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       30  
  31. 31. THE  MILLENNIUM  INTERNATIONAL  GROUP  PLC       31  

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