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Coal Mines

The mines and open-pits operated by JSC SUEK are located in six regions of Russia, namely: Kuzbass, Buryatia, Khakassia, Krasnoyarsk region, Khabarovsk region and Zabaikalye.

Buryatia

Buryatia is located in the Eastern part of Siberia not too far from the lake Baikal.

JSC SUEK operates 2 open-pits with annual production about 12 MT per year. Tugnuisky open-pit and Nikolsky open-pit are producing both – washed and unwashed coal dedicated for export sales.

Tugnuisky Open-Pit

  • The annual production is about 12 MT of raw high-volatile coal, about 10 MT of which (both unwashed and washed steam coal) is delivered for export.
  • The volume of washed coal production is 7.5 – 8.0 MT per year. Average NAR CV of the washed product is about 5,700-5,850 Kcal/kg.

Kuzbass

The biggest producing area of export coal in Russia is the Kuzbass region. In 2019, the Kuzbass mines produced all together about 251 MT of different types of coal, about 147.3 MT of which were exported by sea and rail.

JSC SUEK operates 8 underground and 2 open-pit mines in the Kuzbass region gaining the production output of about 33.0 MT per year. In 2019 SUEK AG`s sold internationally 22 MT of coal produced by SUEK-Kuzbass.

Yalevsky mine (including Kotinskaya Mine)

  • The annual production is about 9.0 MT of high volatile coal, all tonnage is exported (steam coal).

Taldinskaya-Zapadnaya Mine No. 1

  • The annual production is about 2.8 MT of high volatile coal, about 2.4 MT of which are exported (both washed and unwashed steam coal).

Zarechniy Open-Pit

  • The annual production is about 6.5 MT of high volatile coal, about 3.0 MT of which are exported (both washed and unwashed steam coal).

Kirova Mine

  • The annual production is about 5.0 MT of high volatile coal, about 3.0 MT of which are exported (semi-soft and steam coal).
  • Kirova mine has its own washing plant with 2 units, having total washing capacity 6 MT per annum.

Komsomolets Mine

  • The annual production is about 2.5 MT of high volatile coal, about 1.5 MT of which are exported (both semi-soft and steam coal).
  • Komsololets mine has its own washing plant with annual capacity of 2.5 MT per annum.

Polysaevskaya Mine

  • The annual production is about 2.3 MT of high volatile coal, about 1.5 MT of which are exported (steam coal).
  • Polysaevskaya mine has its own washing plant with annual capacity of 2 MT per annum.

Magistralny Mine

  • The annual production is about 4.0 MT of high volatile coal, about 3.5 MT of which are exported (steam coal). Coal partially is being washed at Polysaevskaya washing plant.

Khakassia

This region’s location is southern part of Siberia in the middle of the Russian Federation close to the Kuzbass region and Krasnoyarsk region.

JSC SUEK operates 4 open-pit mines there, gaining the production output of about 12.5 MT per year. Only 2 enterprises among them, mine coal suitable for export deliveries.

Chernogorskaya Coal Company

  • The annual production is about 7.5 MT of high-volatile coal, about 4.0 MT of which are exported as steam coal and sized coal (size: 6-25 mm, 25-60 mm, 60-130 mm).
  • Chernogorskaya Ugolnaya Company has its own washing plant with 8.0 MT of washing capacity per annum.

Vostochno-Beisky Opencast mine

  • The annual production is about 3.5 MT of high volatile coal, about 1.5 MT of which are exported as steam coal and sized coal (size: 25-50 mm, 50-200 mm).

Krasnoyarsk region

This region is located in the middle of Siberia.

JSC SUEK operates 3 open-pits there gaining the production output of about 30 MT per year, among which about 2.0 MT of brown coal are delivered for export.

Khabarovsk region

This region is located in the Far East of the Russian Federation.

JSC SUEK operates only one enterprise there – JSC Urgalugol which includes one underground mine and one open-pit mine. Production volume is about 9.5 MT of steam coal per year of which about 5.0 MT of high-volatile coal are delivered for export.

JSC Urgalugol has its own washing plant with 6.0 MT of washing capacity per annum.

Zabaikalye region

This region is located in the Eastern part of Siberia.

JSC SUEK operates one open-pit mine there – Apsat, producing about 1.0 MT of middle volatile thermal and coking coal per year of which about 0.4 MT of coal are delivered for export.