Liaoning Province is a large province of magnesite in China, and it also plays an important role in the international arena. The state and local governments have continuously introduced policies and measures to promote the innovative development of magnesite. From 2017, the integration of Liaoning magnesite resources began to be put on the agenda. The management of monolithic ore is controlled by the market economy, and the market economy enters the era of planned economy. At the same time, the environmental supervision of the central and local governments is also being carried out from time to time, and the safety management of mine production is also constantly strengthened.
From now until the end of 2022, the implementation of non-coal mines in the “Five Mines” will be fully implemented, especially the management of magnesite, and the number of mines will be halved.
The content is as follows: the reserves of new magnesite mines must reach medium-sized and above, and the minimum mining scale is 300,000 tons/year, which must meet the green mine construction standards. Encourage the integration and reorganization of the mines. After the integration and reorganization, the mine reserves will reach medium-sized and above, and the minimum mining scale will be 300,000 tons/year. Existing mines that have not reached the minimum planned mining scale before the end of 2020 will not be renewed; existing mines have been jointly surveyed by the land, forestry, environmental protection and finance departments, and have not passed the inspection and will not be extended.