Alpagut Dodurga coal mine

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Funding

The Alpagut Dodurga coal mine is a surface mine, operated by Çelikler Taahhüt İnşaat ve San. Tic., a subsidiary of Çelikler Holding, with a capacity of 0.3 million tonnes per annum, near Corum, Turkey.[1] The mine is owned by TKI, a public coal company, and is leased to Çelikler İnşaat.[2]

Location

The map below shows the approximate location of the mine in Corum, Turkey.

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Background

Çelikler Taahhüt İnşaat ve San. Tic., a susidary of Çelikler Holding, operates the mine on a lease from Turkish Coal Enterprises or TKI, a publicly owned coal company.[2]

The mine started operations in 1962, when Alpagut-Dodurga Linyitleri İşletmesi (Alpagut-Dodurga Lignite Enterprise) or ADL was founded as a subsidiary of TKI.[3] In July 2002 ADL was one six TKİ subsidiaries that were shut down because of long term unprofitability and financial loss.[4] The same year, the Alpagut-Dodurga mine was privatized, with the operating rights awarded to Çelikler Holding.[5]

According to Çelikler Holding's website the mine produces 0.3 million tons annually.

Project Details

  • Operator: Çelikler Taahhüt İnşaat ve San. Tic
  • Owner: TKI
  • Operator's parent company: Çelikler Holding
  • Location: Corum, Turkey
  • GPS coordinates: 40.855953, 34.758629 (approximate)
  • Mine status: operating
  • Start year: 1962
  • Mineable reserves:
  • Coal type: Lignite
  • Mine size:
  • Mine type: opencast
  • Production: 0.3 MTPA


Articles and resources

References

  1. Philip M. Mobbs, "2010 Minerals Yearbook: Turkey", United States Geological Survey, April 2012, page 56.7
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Alpagut Dodurga Linyit İşletmesi". Çelikler Holding. Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  3. (2002) 2001 Faaliyet Raporu . Türkiye Kömür İşletmeleri. Report.
  4. (2003) 2002 Faaliyet Raporu . Türkiye Kömür İşletmeleri. Report.
  5. "Kömürde özelleştirme hızlandı". Hürriyet. December 16, 2002. Retrieved July 1, 2021.

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