Beringovsky coal terminal
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Beringovsky coal terminal is at the Beringovsky Port on the Bering Sea, in the Anadyrsky District of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russia.
In June 2014 Tigers Realm Coal (TIG) completed acquisition of the Beringovsky Port and Coal Terminal, located 35km to the north east of the Amaam North coal mine and the proposed Project F mine. The Beringovsky Port has historically handled over 700,000 tonnes of coal per year from the nearby Nagornaya mine. TIG plans to refurbish the terminal to at least 1 million tonne per annum (mtpa) capacity. As of November 2021, the TIG website states that the Beringovsky Port is operating with 700,000 tonnes per year of capacity, and that TIG still plans to expand capacity up to 1 million mtpa.
In 2018-2019, TIG and its subsidiaries Beringpromugol and Port Ugolny produced 576 thousand tons of coal and shipped 393 thousand tons (214 for coking and 179 for power generation) to the Asia-Pacific region.
- Operator: Tigers Realm Coal (TIG)
- Location: Anadyrsky District, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russia
- Capacity: 0.7 million tonnes per annum
- Proposed Capacity: 0.3 million tonnes per annum
- Status: Expanding
- Type: Exports
- Source of Coal: Amaam North coal deposit, Nagornaya mine, Project F mine (proposed), Russia
- Cost of expansion:
- Financing for expansion:
Articles and Resources
- "Beringovsky Port and Coal Terminal," TIG, accessed June 2015
- Projects, Tigers Realm Coal, Accessed November 2021
- Первый угольный балкер загружается в порту Беринговский, Investment Portal of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, June 7, 2019