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In the Amur region in 2016g coal production should remain at the level of 2015g - "Russian coal" - EastRussia | Far East

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In the Amur River in 2016g, coal production should remain at the level of 2015g - "Russian Coal"

In 2015, the enterprises of OAO Russian Coal in the Amur Region increased coal production by 10% compared to 2015, bringing it to 3,3 million tonnes

In the Amur region in 2016g, coal production should remain at the level of 2015g -
Special project Coal of the East of Russia
This was reported by the press service of the company.

In 2016, it is planned to keep production at the same level as last year, and in the long-term, production at the enterprises of Russian Coal in the Amur Region will grow to 4 million tons per year, depending on the needs of the Blagoveshchenskaya CHP.

Earlier it was reported that at the end of December last year, PJSC RusHydro commissioned the second stage of the Blagoveshchensk TPP, as a result, the installed electrical capacity of the CHP was 400 MW, the heat capacity increased by 188 Gcal.h - to 1005 Gcal.ch.

The report notes that in the first quarter of 2016, about 900 thousand tons of coal will be shipped from the sections of the Yerkovets and Northeast consumers. At the same time, 70% of products will be directed to the needs of the energy sector, 30% to housing and communal services, Interfax notes.

The Erkovetsky open-pit mine mines coal deposits of the same name coal deposit, the Severo-Vostochny open pit mine, the Raychikhinsky brown coal deposit.

Russian Coal OJSC was established in February 2009. The main shareholder (99,99% of shares), according to data on July 1 2015, is Cypriot Claverley Holding Ltd. The total balance reserves of coal developed by "Russian Coal" deposits are 904,1 million tons. Production assets of the company are located in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Khakassia, Kemerovo and Amur regions.