Belchatow coal mine
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The Belchatow coal mine is a surface mine, owned by Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) Polish Energy Group, producing 42.6 million tonnes per annum, near the Belchatow power complex, in Bełchatów in Łódź Voivodeship, Poland.
The satellite photo below shows the mine site in Bełchatów in Łódź Voivodeship, Poland.
The Belchatow open-cast mine is the largest in Poland, set to operated until 2040.
- Owner: PGE
- Parent Company:
- Location: Bełchatów, Łódź Voivodeship, Poland
- GPS coordinates: 51.242247, 19.275356 (exact)
- Mine status: Operating
- Start year: 1981
- Total reserves: 1 billion tonnes
- Mineable reserves: 571.6 million tonnes 
- Coal type: lignite
- Mine size:
- Mine type: Surface
- Mine depth: 300 m
- Production: 42.6 million tonnes per year
- Additional proposed production:
- Equipment: surface (open cast)
- Number of employees: