Cape Burny Terminal

From Global Energy Monitor

Cape Burny Terminal is a proposed coal terminal at Vanino Port, located in the Khabarovsky region of Eastern Russia on the shore of the Gulf of Tatary.

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Background

In December 2013 FSUE Rosmorport and Far East Vanino Port LLC signed an agreement to construct a 15 million tonnes per annum coal terminal at Port Vanino. The terminal, costing approximately US$387 million, is scheduled to be completed in 2017. The terminal would comprise two berths at a double-sided pier for vessels of up to 120,000 tonnes deadweight to cater for coal exports from the Elegest coal field.[1]

An August 2020 news report states that the project proposal for constructing a coal terminal at Cape Burny in Vanino, along with developing the Elegest coal deposit in Tuva and constructing a mining and processing plant and a railway there, is "frozen" for at least ten years (until 2030).[2] Plans were still described as "postponed" in April 2021. At this time, the total investment in the project, including the mine, railway, and coal terminal, was estimated at about 126.6 billion rubles (approximately US$ 1.6 billion dollars).[3] These reports state that the proposal is being developed by Tuva Energy Industrial Corporation (TEIC).

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Tuva Energy Industrial Corporation (TEIC)
  • Location: Khabarovsky region, Eastern Russia
  • Proposed Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 15
  • Status: Shelved
  • Projected In Service:
  • Type: Exports
  • Source of Coal: Elegest coal field, Russia
  • Cost: US$387 million
  • Financing:

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