Berezovksy mine

From Global Energy Monitor
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The Berezovksy mine is an operating coal mine in the Kemerovo Oblast of Russia. Two expansions to the mine — Bungursky 7 and Berezovsky-Centralniy — have been proposed that would increase the mine's production capacity.

Location

This is the exact location of the Tulunugol coal mine.

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Background

The Berezovksy mine has been in operation since February 2005.[1]

The two expansion projects are being developed to put into operation. Results on a state examination of the Bungursky-7 site were expected in the 2nd quarter of 2019. Completion of the exploration at the Berezovsky-Centralniy section was planned for the 4th quarter of 2019.[2]

Project Details

  • Sponsor:
  • Parent Company: AO “Stroyservis”[1]
  • Location: Town of Berezovo within the Prokopievskii and Novokuznetskii districts within the Kemerovo Oblast[1]
  • GPS Coordinates: 53.774593, 86.8679675 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production Capacity: 5.7 mtpa (in 2018)[1]
  • Total Resource:
  • Mineable Reserves:
  • Coal type: Metallurgical coal of grades K, OS and T[1]
  • Mine Size:
  • Mine Type: open-pit mine[1]
  • Start Year: 2005
  • Source of Financing:

Bungursky-7 Expansion

  • Status: Proposed
  • Production Capacity: Increase production by 1.5 mtpa[3]
  • Mineable Reserves: 27 million tons[4]
  • Start Year:

Berezovsky-Centralniy Expansion

  • Status: Proposed
  • Production Capacity:
  • Mineable Reserves: 32.5 million tons[5]
  • Start Year:

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "OOO “Razrez “Berezovskiy”," "AO “Stroyservis” website," accessed July 2020.
  2. Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, "Strategy and Programme for Russia’s Coal Industry Development to 2035," January 2020.
  3. "Coal storms Primorye," "ZR Press," February 27, 2019.
  4. "Kuzbassnedra sold licenses for 3 sites of coal and one placer gold," "Business Portal of Kuzbass," November 17, 2011.
  5. "The Berezovsky open-pit mine is expanding and expanding," "NK-TV," February 7, 2020.