Ukraine Metals and Mining, Russia mineral extraction

Ukraine reduces production of steel and cast iron, increasing production of iron ore

In 2019, the metallurgical enterprises of the Ukraine reduced steel production by 1% compared to 2018 to 20.848 million tons.

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Zaporozhye Iron Ore Plant increases mining by 6%

In January-April 2019 the Zaporozhye Iron Ore Plant (ZZhRK, Dneprorudnoe, Zaporozhye region) increased iron ore production by 6.2% compared to the same period in 2018 - up to 1 million 505.3 thousa

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Raspadskaya increases supplies of coking coal to Ukraine by 4.4 times

In H1 2017 Raspadskaya increased the supply of coking coal to Evraz Ukraine by 4.4 times in comparison with the same period of last year, to 231 thousand tons, the company's financial report sa

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In 2016, Yuzhny GOK reduced concentrate production, but increase production of agglomerate

In December last year, the volume of the iron ore concentrate production at Yuzhny GOK (Ukraine) increased by 13.5% to 1.032 million tons compared to the same period of 2015, the iron ore sinter -

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Russian coal industry loses large export markets in the Ukraine and China

​According to the “Russia coking coal market analysis” made by BusinesStat in 2016, the volumes of its production allow not only to satisfy the domestic demand but export the products. In 2011-2015 coking coal production in the country rose by 23.5% from 65.3 mln tons to 80.7 mln tons. The rate showed the annual growth. In the conditions of a relatively stable domestic demand, the growing focus on export of producers influenced on the production growth.
In 2011-2015 the volume of coking coal export from Russia rose by 73.3% from 9.5 mln to 16.5 mln tons. The export grew significantly in 2012-2013 – by 34.9% and 60.7% respectively against previous years. This growth was due to the growth of supplies to the Ukraine and China. In 2011-2013 the supplies to the Ukraine increased by 1.4 times – from 3.9 mln to 5.6 mln tons, to China – by 7 times: from 0.5 mln tons to 3.3 mln tons.
In 2014-2015 the export significantly fell which was mainly due to the reduction of supplies to the Ukraine and China. The Ukraine focused on the cutting of its dependence on the raw materials from Russia and growth of coking coal import from the far abroad countries. Moreover, coke production seriously fell in the Ukraine due to the situation in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

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Operating results of Evraz in Q4 and 2015

EVRAZ plc has announced its operating results in the fourth quarter of 2015 and for the entire year.
The main indicators of the fourth quarter of 2015 as compared with the third quarter of 2015:
- The consolidated steel production increased by 2% and amounted to 3.6 million tons; the increase was caused by the completion of scheduled maintenance at plants EVRAZ Pueblo in the USA and EVRAZ DMZ n.a. Petrovsky in the Ukraine.
- The consolidated manufacture of steel products, excluding rerolling volumes, increased by 5% mainly due to the growth of the rates in the Ukraine.

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