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New technology helps miners of the Amur region to increase production volumes
The company "Russian Coal", part of the PFG SAFMAR Mikhail Gutseriev, continues to implement an investment program to modernize the park of mining vehicles for miners of the Amur region. Due to this, new Chetra T-20 bulldozers and shift buses entered the Yerkovets and North-East coal sections. In 2018, the technical modernization program will be continued.
Solid fuel in the Amur region is extracted at 2 sections - Yerkovetsky commissioned in 1991 and Northeast, put into operation in 1932. For 9 months 2017 miners of Amursky coal (part of the group of companies "Russian Coal ") extracted more than 2,4 million tons of brown coal. The plans of the group of companies "Russian Coal" - a further increase in production at the promising Yerkovtsi deposit.
The development plan of the Yerkovetsky mine involves not only increasing production capacity, but also expanding the staff. For this purpose, a rotational camp is being built, in which both workers coming from Raychikhinsk, other cities and towns of the Amur Region, and miners from other regions of Russia will be able to live.
Recall that for 9 months 2017 at the enterprises of the Russian Coal, which is part of the PFG SAFMAR Mikhail Gutseriev, produced more than 9,9 million tons of steam coal. This is 4% more than the results of the same period 2016, the press service of the company.
The growth of production volumes is explained by the company's positive dynamics in the coal market. According to the forecasts of the Ministry of Energy, following the results of 2017, Russia will have a significant increase in solid fuel production. More than 400 million tons of coal will be produced at domestic coal-mining enterprises.
"Black gold" enjoys stably high demand both in Russia and abroad, first of all, in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. And in Siberia and the Far East, this type of fuel accounts for up to half of the total generation of heat and electricity.
Representatives of the "Russian Coal" explain that, thanks to the constant growth of the population and the construction boom in the APR countries, the world will need for a long time the cheap and affordable fuel, which is coal. According to them, in the next 50 years, there is no need to talk about total decarbonization in the world.