Coal, Russia Metals and Mining
Beringpromugol (owned by Australian Tigers Realm Coal Limited), which is engaged in the development of the Fandyushkinskoye deposit in Chukotka, plans to produce at least 80 thousand tons of coal i
In 2017, Kuzbassrazrezugol will spend 5.7 billion rubles to develop production facilities, as well as to implement social support measures for the company's employees and the implementation of
The creation of the Taimyr-Turukhansk support zone in the north of the Krasnoyarsk region provides for the development of new centers for the extraction of coal, gas and oil in the Arctic territory
In 2016, the net profit of Raspadskaya, one of the largest producers of coking coal in Russia, under IAS made up $185 million against the loss in the amount of $126 million in the previous year, th
The company Telen, which developes the Kharbalahskoye coal deposit in the Tattinsky district of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), plans to ship 150 thousand tons of solid fuel before the end of this
JSC HC "Yakutugol" (part of the Mechel Group) commissioned a new high-performance excavator ECG-18.
The administration of the Kemerovo region and the Taltek Group have signed an agreement on their social and economic cooperation in 2017.
According to the information of the Institute of Natural Monopolies Problems, in 2016, the volume of the transit via the infrastructure of Russian Railways to Russian seaports decreased slightly (-
In the first two months of this year, Buryatugol, which develops the Zagoustaiskoye and Daban-Gorkhonskoye deposits in the Republic of Buryatia, mined 90 thousand tons of coal.
The Ministry of Energy of Russia forecasts coal mining growth by 0.3% in 2017 against 2016 – to 387 mln tons, the agency reports.