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DRSK sue Dalnegorsky GOK because of multi-million dollar debts
The Far Eastern Distribution Grid Company is preparing an appeal to the Prosecutor’s Office of the Primorsky Territory with a request to respond to the inaction of the management of Dalnegorsky GOK LLC. The company owed DRSK about 200 million rubles. The company intends through the courts to seek the enforcement of electricity consumption in order to stop the avalanche-like accumulation of debt.
Of the total debt 167 million energy collects in the courts. In December last year, the company signed a contract for the transmission of electricity, but the plant never paid. According to the press service of the Far-Eastern Distribution Company, in September, the GOK concluded an agreement on debt repayment, but the company ignores them: the plant’s management has not signed the debt restructuring schedule and does not pay current accounts.
The networks of Dalnegorsky GOK are involved in providing electricity to residential consumers. A difficult situation creates high risks during the passage of the heating period for the population and socially significant objects. If the company's debt will increase, by the beginning of spring the debt will exceed 300 million rubles. In order to prevent this, in September the power engineers notified the mine of the need to introduce a self-restraint procedure, but this requirement was ignored. On the difficult situation, the DRSK notified the administration of Primorsky Krai, the territorial department of Rostechnadzor, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the prosecutor's office.