Çelikler Holding

From Global Energy Monitor

Çelikler Holding is a company in Turkey with investments in coal-fired power stations and coal mining.[1] It is headquartered in Ankara.[2]

The company produces 9.9 million tonnes of coal per year from five mines.[3]

Background

Coal-Fired Power Stations

Afşin-Elbistan power complex

Orhaneli power station

Seyitömer power station

Tunçbilek Kütahya power station

Coal Mines

Alpagut Dodurga coal mine

Dodurga Ayva coal mine

Bursa coal mine

Bursa Keles coal mine

Seyitomer coal mine

Capacity Payments

In 2018 the company was paid millions of lira by the government in support of its coal-fired plant via the capacity mechanism.[4]

Coal Reserves

Out of the five mines that Çelikler Holding operates, it owns only three, Seyitomer, Bursa and Bursa Keles. Alpagut Dodurga and Dodurga Ayva are owned by TKI and leased to Çelikler. The reserves for these three mines are; Seyitömer 176 million tons[5], Bursa 99 million tons[6], and Bursa Keles 67 million tons.[7] In total, the company has at least 342 million tons in reserves in these three mines.

Coal Resources

Resource Details

Category Reserve Classification Quantity Units Data Year
Commercial Reserves Total Reserves (Proven and Probable) 342 million tonnes undated
Commercial Resources Total Resources million tonnes

Coal Production

Coal Exports

Revenue and Profits

2020

Revenue:

Gross Profit:

2019

Revenue:

Gross Profit:

Contact

Company Website:https://celiklerholding.net/

References

  1. "INVESTMENTS", Çelikler Holding website, accessed Mar 2018.
  2. "İletişim". Çelikler Holding. Retrieved July 27, 2021.
  3. "Yatırımlarımız". Çelikler Holding. Retrieved July 27, 2021.
  4. "KAPASİTE MEKANİZMASI OCAK AYI FATURAYA ESAS ÖDEME LİSTESİ", TEIAS website, accessed May 2018.
  5. (2013) 2012 YILI FAALİYET RAPORU . TÜRKİYE KÖMÜR İŞLETMELERİ KURUMU, 8. Report.
  6. Association of British Mining Equipment Companies, Turkey Mining Overview, March 2019.
  7. Association of British Mining Equipment Companies, Turkey Mining Overview, March 2019.