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Donetskkoks completes 2012 with 30.1 million hryvni loss

In accordance with the preliminary data, Donetskkoks (Donetsk) completed 2012 with the loss of 30.109 million hryvni, the enterprise reports.

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In March, Russia has produced 2.6331 million tons of coal

By March 3, Russia produced 2.6331 million tons of coal, by 48,400 tons less than within the corresponding period of the previous month, the Central Dispatch Department of the Fuel and Energy Sector reports.
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya
Source: http://rosinvest.com/novosti/1022056

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In January, Russia decreased coal production by 2.3%

In January, Russia decreased coal production by 2.3% to 27.317 million tons, and increased exports by 5.4% to 9.365 million tons, including 1.416 million tons of coking coal. Russia supplied within the period 694,100 tons to near abroad, 8.671 million tons to far abroad, and 1.208 million tons to APO region. Internal supplies were 15.698 million tons, including 7.858 million tons for energy sector and 3.038 million tons for coking, metal production.
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya

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Ministry of Natural Resources has represented the program of resource base reproduction

The Ministry of Natural Resources offers to allocate 3.057 trillion rubles before 2020 to the program of resource base reproduction and use and subsoil geological exploration. The awaited growth in reserves will be 6.01 billion tons of oil, 12.6 trillion cubic m of gas, 7.12 billion tons of coal, 106,000 tons of uranium, 4,072 tons of gold, and 1.6 billion tons of iron ore. The estimated growth in subsoil cost concerning global market prices for the major sorts of minerals (oil, gas, uranium, coal) will be over 173 trillion rubles.

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The largest Russian coal transshipment complex Vostochny Port to continue construction of the 3rd stage

On February 28, 2013, the largest Russian stevedoring company Vostochny Port, specialized in transshipment of hardcoal, will be 39 years old.
This day, in 1974, the status of the commercial seaport Vostochny Port was given to the enterprise by the order №36 of the Navy Department.

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Evraz has put into operation a new mine with capacity up to 3 mln tons of coking coal a year

In the Novokuznetsk district the “Erunakovskaya-8” mine has been put into operation (branch of Yuzhkuzbassugol OJSC). This is the first coal enterprise put into operation in the region in 2013 in the framework of the coal industry development program of Russia until 2030.
All the objects of the industrial infrastructure of the “Erunakovskaya-8” mine were constructed within 2 years. 8 bln roubles were spent for that.

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Evraz launches new coal mine at Yuzhkuzbassugol

The Russian mining and metallurgic company Evraz has completed the construction and launch of the mine Erunakovskaya-VIII, located in the Kemerovo region, the company’s press release says.

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From the beginning of the month, the coal production made up 22963.5 thousand tons

From the beginning of the month, the coal production made up 22963.5 thousand tons

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South Koreans to build a coal terminal in Primorye

The South Korean energy company, Korea Western Power announced the project of the building of a coal terminal with the capacity of reaching 10 million tons in the south of Primorye. The company is also going to assist the development of the coal-mining enterprises in the Far East. The negotiations were conducted in Seoul by the RF Presidential Envoy in the Far Eastern Federal District, Viktor Ishayev and the CEO of Korea Western Power, Kim Mung Doc. Read more »

South Korea to build a coal terminal in Primorye

South Korean energy company Korea Western Power announced the project of building of a coal terminal with the capacity reaching 10 million tons in the south of Primorye. The company is also going to assist to development of coal-mining enterprises in the Far East. The negotiations were conducted in Seoul by the RF Presidential Envoy in the Far Eastern Federal District Viktor Ishayev and CEO of Korea Western Power Kim Mung Doc.

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