HGT Mining

HGT has a wealth of experience in mining.

HGT in Mining

Photos of HGT mining operations.

Why HGT For your mining partner?

Lots of experience

HGT have mining operations all over the world, specialising in gold, silver, diamond, platinum, zinc, coal and oil and gas extraction plants.

Humanitarian

HGT only undertake projects that are profitable and economically sound. The project must be viable and profitable, however it should have economic benefits for the country. More than this each project MUST have a benefit for the people in the country.

Power generation

HGT can supply our own in-house power generation solutions using thermal power plants running on coal or biomass, that are clean and efficient with almost 'Zero Emissions'.

Town & infrastructure development

We strive to improve the area for the locals weherever we operate mining by building a town ot accommodation and infrastructure for the workers. The infrastructure we leave behind must survive long after the mining operation ceases.

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Great Teamwork

We recognise mining is a huge task and with the opening of a new mine, comes the social responsibility to be a functional partner in the communities in which we operate, and the recognition that sustainable practices are critical to corporate success.

People matter

People are part of the resource supply chain, supplying the social license to operate in a community. The concept of social license evolved from the more established notion of Corporate Social Responsibility and is based on the idea that mining companies need not only government permission [or permits] but also “social permission” to conduct their business.

Commitment to the community

While mines are frequently expected to bring benefits to a community — such as infrastructure improvements, education, and job opportunities — we collaborate with legitimate structures within the community to assess the options best suited to their livelihoods. When expectations aren’t met, it can often be traced back to a lack of respect of local customs and values, collaboration within established structures within the community and communication with a community.

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