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EastRussia Bulletin: Coal Production in Buryatia Increased by 38%

EastRussia Bulletin: Coal Production in Buryatia Increased by 38%
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In Buryatia summed up the intermediate results of coal mining. Over the eight months of this year, coal production in the country increased by 38% compared to the same period last year, amounting to 5,181 million tons, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter.

The only subsoil user engaged in the extraction of coal in the republic is JSC Tugnuisky Open-pit Mine (SUEK JSC) at the Nikolskoye deposit in the Mukhorshibirsky District. During the reporting period, the company produced 3,29 million tons of coal. This is by 80% higher than in January-August of the 2018 of the year.

Brown coal production in the region, by contrast, declined - by 1,9%, to 1,891 million tons. It is carried out by Coal Mine LLC (PJSC Inter RAO UES, Okino-Klyuchevskoye field), Buryat Mining Company LLC (Gusinoozerskoye field), East Siberian Mining Company LLC (Zagustayskoye and Daban-Gorkhonskoye fields).

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