World map of natural resources

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The World map of natural resources gives a brief overview where the natural resources are located and is published by the Confederate Statistical Office Mergany.

Lists

Fossile

Resource Country Location Discovered Current production Expected reserve Notes
coal Flag of Antharia.png Antharia Near border with Aurenia.
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice near Streinen and Berlingue
Flag-Ataraxia-v1.png Ataraxia
Flag3.jpg Auleus Eastern areas of the country 1890s One of the largest exports of Auleus Until at least 2500 Mostly mined by state owned comglomerate Aulmines
Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Normanie Extraction almost abandonned
Galicja-flaga.png Lechia
Glaster Flag.png Glaster North of Tibrin 1600s Current production is low, but substantial reserves remain.
Karolia flag.png Karolia
Karvaland flag.png Karvaland Northern Cape and Southern Cape c. 1650 68 million tonnes 100 years Bituminous coal
Pontus-flag.png Pontus Drummond Mines c.1967 56 million tonnes Until at least 2873
Tircambry-national-flag.png Tircambry
lumber BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice All the south and part of the west
Balam utz flag.png Balam-Utz In the rainforest(Balam, Xibalbakhan, Southern Territories, Costa Central) Antiquity Specialty in woods of tropical forests
Drabantia flag.png Drabantia all three Borava regions Antiquity for domestic consumption only restorable extracting companies exclusively state-owned; pine and spruce wood mostly
Wapashian Flag.png Wapashia Majority of territory Antiquity Remains a dominant part of the nation's economy
Latflag.png Latina different places 1500 World's largest lumber export
New Ingerland.png New Ingerland All counties 1836 20 million m3 annually Renewable Softwood and hardwood
Flsg.jpg Pretany Entire Country except southern Trinity Antiquity World's largest lumber export
Ostermark Flag.jpg Østermark Scattered throughout the western half of the country from Scandish colonization ca. 1400 Some exports to northeastern Uletha
CiraFlag2-01.png Chira Southern, southwestern and central territories Antiquity
Podoliaflag.png Podolian Republic Northern mountaneous territories Antiquity 10 million cubic meters The forest has time to recover Roughly a half goes for the export
natural gas Flag of Abrilleron.svg Abrilleron Offshore to the north. 1963 Production heavily declining since early 1990's.
Arataran flag.png Arataran
Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Vivedian Islands 2006 Until 2100 Oil & natural gas account for around 40% of exports and 65% of the economy. Natural gas accounts for 35% of the production and reserves.
Karolia flag.png Karolia
petroleum Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Vivedian Islands 2005 Until 2150 Oil & natural gas account for around 40% of exports and 65% of the economy. Petroleum accounts for 65% of the production and reserves.
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice it is in front of its coasts 1951
Gharbiya flag.png Gharbiya East in the Great Helion Desert 1948 9,7 million barrels/day Until 2200 pumped by the national oil company شركة بترول الغربية الملكية (SBAA)
Latflag.png Latina
Mergany Flag.png Mergany East Darcodian Sea 1942
Flag-of-Delta.PNG Neo Delta Deep Bay of Old City and Movinia Island 1944 DeltOil
Pontus-flag.png Pontus Drummond Mines 1967 32 million tonnes Until at least 2651
Flsg.jpg Pretany North Grave, Great Rift Sound 1888 PretPet
Template:Eleutheria East Coast 2017 Chodon Petrol
Flag itc1.png Cariocas East Asperic Ocean 1970 by PetroCar
Karolia flag.png Karolia Taamras Basin 1860s
Mercian flag.png Myrcia Northern Hesperic Ocean 1950s offshore oil and gas fields

Metal

Resource Country Location Discovered Current production Expected reserve Notes
bauxite Alora Flag 800.png Alora state Bosecova
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Upper Borava Middle Ages for domestic consumption only around 500 years at current production mines exclusively state-owned
Karolia flag.png Karolia
Mergany Flag.png Mergany OGFmapicon.png western Vocklenbrug
cadmium
chromium Flag of Bloregia.jpg Bloregia mountains of South-West Bloregia mined by mostly state-owned company Blokrom
copper Alora Flag 800.png Alora state Bosecova
Gharbiya flag.png Gharbiya Salghum ~3500 BCE 22 million tonnes/year Until 2400
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Lost country.png Demacia Gardena 1947 46 million tonnes/year ~till 2150 Great Copper, Bronce and Brass Company
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States central Flag of Sierra.png Sierra from 1830s ~13 million tons/year 150+ years
Lorantian Flag.png Lorantis Dragon's Claw
Vhislands.png Niulutan-Riu
Podoliaflag.png Podolian Republic Near town Medna Ruda 1830s 50 000 tons per year 0.8 million tons
Flsg.jpg Pretany Trinity 1912 Avensiato Company
Flagtanay.png Tanay OGFmapicon.png SE from Lake Talaning 1973 94 000 tonnes/year Survey is needed. Owned by Salataw.
Wesmandy-national-flag.png Wesmandy
gold Flag of Antharia.png Antharia Cadrilather Province
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Rove Valley (Illion)
Elhadia flag.png Elhadia Antiquity
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States northern Flag of Sierra.png Sierra Commercially since 1910 about 40 tons 1200+ years
FlagKofuku.png Kofuku Oblivionia (Near City of Gold) Middle Ages Mines exclusively state-owned
Lorantian Flag.png Lorantis Dragon's Peninsula Antiquity One of the main pillars of the economy
Pontus-flag.png Pontus Three Nations Mine c. 1892 Until at least 2407 26 million tonnes
iron ore Alora Flag 800.png Alora state Bosecova
Arataran flag.png Arataran Foothills of the Aratar range 1871
Flag-Ataraxia-v1.png Ataraxia
Elhadia flag.png Elhadia 1890s The world's longest trains, carrying the ore, run in Elhadia
Glaster Flag.png Glaster Around the Northbury Crater Antiquity Production largely stopped in the mid-70s, favouring cheaper imports, but substantial metal reserves still exist.
Ostermark Flag.jpg Østermark only small amounts are exported
lead BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Municipalities of Devevente, Kaurgas and Kundebaas 1822 70 million tons per year 115 years at current production
CiraFlag2-01.png Chira Źarki mountains 1684 Mostly exported by sea
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States northern/central Flag of Sierra.png Sierra mid-1940s Mainly galena, with other ores
lithium Mergany Flag.png Mergany OGFmapicon.png Stefalen comparably expensive spodumene mining
BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States northwestern Flag of Sierra.png Sierra 1990s Extration of lithium carbonates done from evaporation ponds.
mercury BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice
Jardinian flag.png Jardinia Grandón Mount and Tibio Valley (Zódar Island) 1750s none 0.2 million tons Mines closed in 2010
nickel
palladium
silver Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Upper Luhava Middle Ages Production peaked in the 1500s Not much Mining halted in 1800s
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Flag of Sierra.png Sierra from 1880s Found with other ores, like copper, galena
Flag of pasundan-padjadjaran.jpeg Pasundan-Padjadjaran Salaka-Domas Prefecture 1966 by Salaka
Duncanheim Flag.png Duncanheim Draumelskendheim Canton Regionally unknown, industrial mining commenced in 1784, current mines more recent
Flsg.jpg Pretany West Barsas, near Walden Moor Royal Park 1935 by Suala Mines
tantalum Castilea Archantea.svg Castilea Archantea Orihuel, Nortea, Turobrida 1952 350 metric tons 1000 years at current production Reales Minas de Tantalio de Castilea Archantea
tin New Ingerland.png New Ingerland Centralia, Deverauxshire, Westerland (The so-called "Tin Triangle") 1870 15,000 tonnes annually ~100 years
Wesmandy-national-flag.png Wesmandy
tungsten Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Municipalities of Queskas and Dateo 2004 47000 tons per year 75 years at current production Major world producer of tungsten. Owned by MAQ.
uranium Flag nalkor kochi.png Nalkor-Kochi OGFmapicon.png Torom, Parléme-du-Nord 2013 1150 tonnes/year (U3O8) 20-40 years Owned by CONPRA
Gharbiya flag.png Gharbiya OGFmapicon.png أتمو, Almurtafaeat 2016 2 414 tonnes/year 20-30 years State operated
1200px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png Pasalia 1948
Vodeo Flag.png Vodeo Caroline, Cambria 1989 90-110 years at current production. Queen Adelaide Mine, opened August 1997.
Gore Hill, Queensboro 1949 400-500 years at current production. Gore Hill Mine, opened January 1955. Largest known single deposit of uranium in the world.
Taranrata, Vadiorare 1973 160-200 years at current production. Taranrata Mine, opened September 1978.
zinc BanderaDeAmmirice.png Ammirice

Rocks and soils

Resource Country Location Discovered Current production Expected reserve Notes
asbestos
basalt Lost country.png Demacia Cloverfield 1939 Boktir Essential Company
Drabantia flag.png Drabantia regions of Upper Luhava and Lower Luhava Antiquity major basalt producer 150 years at current production mines exclusively state-owned
clay Drabantia flag.png Drabantia near the major rivers Antiquity for domestic consumption only 500 years at current production mines exclusively state-owned
gemstone (diamonds, saphire, ruby, ...) Alora Flag 800.png Alora state Bosecova
Flag of Auronia.png Auronia Municipalities of Queskas and Dateo 1845 (possibly earlier) Major producer in Northeast Tarephia 220 years at current production
Balam utz flag.png Balam-Utz Xkaah Reefs, Central Coast and Holbox State 5000 b.C.
Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Eurotas and Brandevin Valleys 1750ies Prices fixed in the Sansévérina gems Trading house
granite Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Žulové hory Antiquity major granite producer 98 % still left mines exclusively state-owned
gypsum Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Drabantian Egalia Antiquity for domestic consumption only 1000 years at current production mines exclusively state-owned
limestone Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Eastern Banuy and Western Banuy regions Antiquity Minor mining going on. 98 % still left Mines exclusively state-owned.
Glaster Flag.png Glaster Mined north of Wyndham but found throughout the country Antiquity Currently exported as both primary or secondary commodities.
Podoliaflag.png Podolian Republic Eastern Melovy Gory (Chalk Hills) since medieval imes
marble Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Upper Borava region Antiquity small mines, for domestic consumption only 500 years left at current production mines exclusively state-owned
potash Mergany Flag.png Mergany OGFmapicon.png Schersen potash mining
quartz Lost country.png Demacia Quartz Hill Mine No. 1 1947 147 mln tons ~till 2150 Quartz Hill Mineshafts
Quartz Hill Mine No. 2 1949 192 mln tons ~till 2250 Great Copper, Bronce and Brass Company
Quartz Hill Mine No. 3 1961 68 mln tons ~till 2070 Quartz Hill Mineshafts
salt Drapeau du Royaume d'Ambroisie.jpg Ambrosia Salterns of Port Au Roy
1200px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png Pasalia Near Windigio 1921 by Kingfries
sand Drabantia flag.png Drabantia Drabantian Egalia Antiquity mines exclusively state-owned
Podoliaflag.png Podolian Republic River valleys, southern plains Roughly half of quarries is owned by the state
stone Lost country.png Demacia Rio Cuarto 1889 85 mln tons Mergan Stone Company
Jardinian flag.png Jardinia Eastern Matano Middle Ages 0.6 million tons/year unknown State-owned quarries

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