Prophecy Obtains Full Mining License for Its 141-Million-Tonne Chandgana Tal Coal Deposit, Mongolia

Prophecy Resource Corp. ("Prophecy" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: PCY | PowerRating)(OTCQX: PRPCF | PowerRating)(FRANKFURT:1P2) reports today that it has received the full mining license from the Mineral Resources Authority of Mongolia for the Chandgana Tal ("Tal") Deposit in Mongolia. Tal contains 141 million tonnes of Measured coal(i) and is located 9 kms north of Prophecy's Chandgana Khavtgai project (over 1 billion tonnes Measured/Indicated coal)(i).

Previously only a small portion of Tal possessed mining license status. The full mining license represents the second significant milestone granted to Prophecy towards its planned 600 MW mine mouth power plant in the Chandgana Projects area ("Power Plant Project"). In November of 2010, the Mongolian Ministry of Nature and the Environment granted environmental approval for the Power Plant Project (see Prophecy news, November 15, 2010).
Tal will be the starter pit and supply an estimated 2.4 million tonnes per year of coal to the Power Plant Project. The starter pit features a 0.5 to 1 strip ratio; Khavtgai will supplement mine production in later years. The Power Plant Project is next to a paved road and within 160 km of the Central Mongolian Railroad, which can facilitate transport of construction equipment. The Project is adjacent to a 45kv electrical distribution line and within 150km from a 2x220kv electrical transmission line.
Further to receiving mining license and environmental approval on the Power Plant Project, Prophecy is pleased to announce that a 170 page Mongolian Power Plant Project Feasibility Study has been completed, details of which will be released after final translations and review by Mr. Paul Venter, and Mr. Michael Deats, Prophecy directors with combined over 75 years of experience in the coal mining and power generating industry in Russia, Mongolia, South Africa and sub-Sahara territories. They have overseen construction and operation of thermal power plants upward of 3600 MW in installed capacity.
Visit www.prophecyresource.com to review cross section of Chandgana Tal and Mongolia Transmission Grids.

About Prophecy Resource
Prophecy Resource Corporation is an internationally diversified company engaged in developing energy, nickel and platinum group metals projects. The company controls over 1.4 billion tons of open-pittable thermal coal in Mongolia (839 Mt Measured, 579 Mt Indicated). Prophecy's Ulaan Ovoo coal mine is fully commissioned and in production. In Canada Prophecy owns Wellgreen PGM Ni-Cu Project in Yukon, Lynn Lake Nickel Sulphide Project in Manitoba, and a 10% equity stake in Victory Nickel. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.

Source:Prophecy Resources






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  1. GREAT ; I WISH TO MONGOLIA AND HIS PEOPLE FREEDOM IN THE NAME OF GOD.
    IAM CONCELOUR OF INTERNATIONAL NETWORK GROUP INC
    OUR COMPANY JUST START TO SELL COAL; BUT WE DONT'HAVE THE QUANTITIES AND PRICES THAT WE NEED TO COMPETE WITH THE HEAVY WEIGTHS IN THIS BUSINESS.
    ANYWAY OUR CORPORATION IS INTEGRATED FOR WOMENS AND MEN WIYH VISION AND WE HAVE UNIVERSAL VALUES AND PRINCIPLES.
    FOR ALL THESE REASONS LETTING THE BUSINESS ASIDE WE THINK THAN EVERY BODY IN THIS WORLD MUST BE WITH THE RIGTHS TO BE FREE .
    GOD BLESS
    ALBERT WEISSFISCH

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