Colestar Marine Terminal
|This article is part of the Global Energy Monitor coverage of Russia and coal|
Colestar Marine Terminal is a proposed coal-handling port in East Russia. The terminal would be located in Wrangel Bay, along with Vostochny Port, Maly Port, the East Ural coal terminal, and the Vostochnaya coal terminal (which stopped handling coal in September 2021).
The map below shows the proposed location of the Colestar Marine Terminal in Wrangel Bay. Maly Port can be seen directly across the channel to the west of the proposed site.
The Colestar Marine Terminal has been proposed by Russian coal mining company Colestar. The new terminal would export coal from the Bogatyr coal mine. Colestar acquired rights to the Bogatyr mine in June 2021 and expects to begin mining operations in 2023. The terminal would have an annual coal-handling capacity of 25 million tonnes, along with 10 million tonnes of capacity for exporting oil.
Along with the Colestar Marine Terminal, Colestar also plans to develop the Aurora coal terminal, which would also have an annual coal-handling capacity of 25 million tonnes.
- Operator: Colestar Marine Terminal LLC
- Owner: Colestar
- Location: Wrangel Bay, Primorsky Krai, Russia
- Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 25 million
- Status: Proposed
- Type: Exports
- Source of Coal: Bogatyr coal mine