Tajikistan’s mineral production is currently limited. According to the last EITI Report, the country’s coal production increased by 4.4 times in 2014 while oil and gas production dropped significantly. Country’s total oil and gas extraction as of January 2015 was 7.29 million tons and 8.16 tons respectively. Gold and silver production has also spiked in comparison to previous years, resulting in 3489 kgs of gold (value of USD $147.5 million. Source http://www.pmbull.com) and 1870 kgs of silver (value of USD $1.05 million. Source http://www.pmbull.com) in 2014.
Gold and silver production has also spiked in comparison to previous years bringing hopes up for further production.
Tajikistan is rich in over 50 types of natural resources and holds more than 600 deposits discovered during the last couple of decades. There are more than 40 deposits of coal in Zeravshan-Hissor, South Hissor, Pamir-Darvaz and South Fergana regions. There are also reserves of lead, zinc, copper, bismuth, antimony, mercury, gold, silver, iron and wolframium (tungsten). Despite only partial exploration, oil and gas fields promise to bring Tajikistan over 1033.76 million of conventional fuel equivalent.