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February 13, 2014
05:36 EDTTRQTurquoise Hill updates on Oyu Tolgoi
Oyu Tolgoi's gross revenues were $55M on sales of 26,400 tonnes of concentrate. Year to date sales volumes have fallen short of expectations and some sales have been deferred into the Q2 and Q3. 60% of Oyu Tolgoi's 2014 production is under contract, with additional volumes confirmed and subject to contract finalization. Discussions are advancing well to place the balance of material. Production rates have recently been impacted by various post-commissioning issues including the failure of the rake blades in the tailings thickeners. This is expected to result in the shutdown of one line for a period of six to eight weeks. The operations team is taking the opportunity to pull forward plant maintenance and modification work, that would have required plant slow down later in the year. For 2014, Oyu Tolgoi continues to target production of 150,000-175,000 tonnes of copper in concentrates and 700,000-750,000 ounces of gold in concentrates. However, Oyu Tolgoi will monitor production levels and if necessary, match them to meet customer requirements, with the goal of returning to more normal levels of inventory by the end of 2014.
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December 18, 2014
18:36 EDTTRQTurquoise Hill returns to production at Oyu Tolgoi after fire
Turquoise Hill's operations at the Oyu Tolgoi concentrator recommenced after three days on December 6, with both SAG mills and three of four ball mills now operating. Repairs to the concentrator's damaged cyclone pack are progressing well and are expected to be complete in three to four weeks. Turquoise Hill expects to meet its 2014 production guidance.
18:34 EDTTRQTurquoise Hill provides 2015 production guidance
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December 17, 2014
08:00 EDTTRQTurquoise Hill announces dismissal of class action lawsuit
Turquoise Hill announced that District Court Judge Lorna G. Schofield dismissed the consolidated putative securities class action lawsuit that had been filed in the Southern District of New York against the company and certain of its officers and directors in December 2013. The lawsuit sought to recover damages that it claimed were attributable to alleged misstatements about the company's financial performance┬ arising out of revisions to its recognition of revenue on coal sales made by its partially-owned subsidiary, SouthGobi Resources, Ltd., as previously disclosed on November 8, 2013.

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