Apsatsky coal mine
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Apsatsky coal mine is an operating coal mine in the Kalarsky district of the Zabaykalsky Krai in Russia. It produces about 0.6 million tonnes of coal per year. 
A proposed expansion would increase production by 2.9 million tonnes per year.
The map below shows the location of the Apsatsky coal deposit, 35km north of Novaya Chara village, in Kalarsky district, Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia.
- Sponsor: Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
- Parent Company: Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
- Location: Novaya Chara village, Kalarsky district, Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia
- GPS Coordinates: 57.121421, 118.197292 (approximate)
- Status: Mothballed (October 2020)
- Production Capacity: 0.6 MTPA (2018 production)
- Total Resource: 2.2 billion tonnes (969 million tonnes measured)
- Mineable Reserves: 70 MT
- Coal type: Coking coal
- Mine Size:
- Mine Type: surface, open pit
- Start Year:
- Source of Financing:
- Status: Proposed
- Production Capacity: Increase production by 2.9 MTPA, meaning total annual capacity is 3.5 MTPA
- Mineable Reserves:
- Start Year: 2024
Related GEM.wiki articles
- "An expanded asset base," "SUEK Website," accessed July 2020.
- Апсатское каменноугольное месторождение, Wikimapia, accessed Mar. 2021.
- "СУЭК законсервировал Апсатский разрез в Забайкалье из-за падения цен на уголь — Гурулёв". Chita.ru. Oct 12, 2020. Retrieved Mar 18, 2022.
- "На Апсатском месторождении с начала 2019 года добыли 208,8 тыс. тонн угля". Nedradv. May 13, 2019. Retrieved Mar 18, 2022.
- "2019 Annual Report," "SUEK," accessed July 2020.