136.24 Carat Diamond Mined by Diamond Giant Alrosa in Russia

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The stone, currently unnamed, is a combination-form translucent colorless side of a crystal, with columnar interlocking sculpture comprising a composition of sulphide and graphite. Nyurba Processing and Mining Division, runs the Nyurbinskaya open-pit mine operations since 2001. 13 parcent of total Alrosa’s rough diamond production was accounted by Nyurbinskaya last year and 3% in the first quarter of 2016. The company states this to be one of the largest diamonds occupied ever since the company started mining in the area.

A 241.21 cut rough diamond recovered in June was found in the Nyurbinskaya Kimberlite Pipe which is famous for recovering large precious gems. The world’s largest diamond producer (in volume), Alrosa stated, they are still on the process of figuring out a name for the stone.

The Nyurbinsky openpit mine started operation in 2001, though discovered in 1996. On January 1, 2015, this Kimberlite pipe contained a reserve of 36.9 million carats as stated by the Joint Ore Reserves Committee. One of Alrosa’s youngest enterprise and its processing and mining division Nyurba, operates out of the Nakyn ore field comprising Nyurbinsky and Botuobinsky openpit mines, along with two same name alluvial placer operations. The company stated that this division accounted for almost 20 percent of the miners output in 2015.

The first half of 2016 saw diamond mining worth of 3.315 mln carats, which records a 1 percent growth as compared to 2015.

It was only in the last month that the Russian government consummated the sale of a 10.9 percent stake. This was its biggest investment since it reduced its stake in diamond production 3 years ago.

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