Abakansky coal mine

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Abakansky Coal Mine (Абаканский разрез) is a surface mine in Khakassia Republic, Russia.[1]

Location

The map below shows the location of the mine, near Solnechnoye, in Ust-Abakanskiy District, Khakassia Republic, Russia.[2] The mine is located immediately adjacent to the Stepnoy coal mine, also owned by SUEK.

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Background

Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK) owns and operates the mine. A majority of coal from the mine is exported to European and Asian markets. Domestic consumers include power plants and coal distribution companies supplying households. [1]

The coal is supplied to the Novosibirsk-4 power station, along with the coal from the Chernogorsky coal mine; as well as to the Novosibirsk-2 power station, along with the coal from the Chernogorsky coal mine and Zarechny coal mine. [3]

The mine originally had a planned capacity of 1 million tonnes but as of 2022 that appears not to have been realized [1][4]

Mine Details

  • Operator: Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK) [1]
  • Owner: Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK) [1]
  • Location: Solnechnoye, Ust-Abakanskiy District, Khakassia Republic, Russia
  • Coordinates: 53.687355, 91.146698 (exact)
  • Status: Operating [5]
  • Capacity: : 0.65 mtpa[6]
  • Total Reserves:
  • Mineable Reserves: 34 million tonnes [7]
  • Coal Type: Thermal
  • Mine Type: Surface
  • Start Year:
  • Source of Financing:

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK), "Our Assets", SUEK website, Accessed March 2021
  2. Разрез «Абаканский», Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  3. "Поставки угля на новосибирские ТЭЦ не снижаются". Tayga Info. Mar 17, 2022. Retrieved Mar 17, 2022.
  4. Strategic Reports, SUEK, accessed March 2022
  5. "Разрез «Черногорский». Горючий камень Чёрной горы". dprom.online. Mar 3, 2021. Retrieved Mar 17, 2022.
  6. Production, accessed March 2021
  7. Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK), "Coal Reserves Report", SUEK website, Accessed March 2021

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