Beipiao


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Beipiao

or

Pehpiao

(both: bā-pēou), city (1994 est. pop. 200,700), Liaoning prov., China. It is a coal-mining center. The name sometimes appears as Pei-p'iao.
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It was found in 2000 at Lujiatun near Beipiao City, Liaoning Province.
Oil shale in Longkou mine has the highest oil content; making about 14%, while Beipiao oil shale has the lowest oil content, which remains below 5%.
Because of low oil content (approximately 5%), the only suitable technology for Beipiao oil shale is Fushun retort technology.
Recently, many well-preserved specimens of the compression fossils from the Middle Jurassic Jiulongshan Formation in Daohugou Village, Ningcheng County, Inner Mongolia and the Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation in Huangbanjigou, Chaomidian Village, Shangyuan Township, Beipiao City, Liaoning Province in Northeastern China were collected.
Li's story began seven years ago, in the city of Beipiao when a county road maintenance officer manager driving a three-wheeler struck her husband's motorcycle and killed him.
The site, near the village of Beipiao in Liaoning province in northeastern China was discovered by a local farmer who realized the potential scientific value of a fossil he found, which looked as much like a bird as a dinosaur, and which seemed to have a feathery crest - perhaps some form of primitive feathers or fur.
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Some of the more important individual operations that have been reported are the Hunchun mine in Jilin which produces 15,000 oz/yr, the Beipiao and Hua mines in Liaoning which produce 46,000 oz/yr and 11,600 oz/yr respectively, the Pinggu mine in the province of the capital Beijing (said to be China's fifth largest gold mine) and the Anuang and Ongguang mines in Shaanxi, reported to have capacities of 19,000 oz/yr and 20,000 oz/yr.