Daltransugol coal terminal

From Global Energy Monitor

Daltransugol coal terminal, also referred to as the Vanino Bulk Terminal, is located near Vanino in Muchka Bay, Khabarovsk Krai, Russia.


The map below shows the location of the Daltransugol coal terminal. The VaninoTransUgol coal terminal can be seen directly across the bay to the north.

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The Daltransugol coal terminal began operating in 2008 and is operated by SUEK. It originally had capacity to handle 12 million tonnes per annum (mtpa).[1] In 2017, SUEK completed the development of the external railway infrastructure at the Daltransugol coal terminal, which increased annual transshipment capacity to 24 mtpa.[2] In August 2021, the port shipped its 200 millionth ton of coal.[3]

In September 2020, the Daltransugol coal terminal received regulatory approval to expand its capacity to 40 mtpa. The expansion was planned to be complete by 2024.[4] Work on the 40 mtpa expansion began in August 2021.[3]

The Daltransugol coal terminal handled 23.2 million tonnes of coal in 2020, up from 20.5 million tonnes handled in 2019.[5] Coal from the Daltransugol coal terminal is shipped to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.[6] Most of the coal shipped through the terminal is mined by SUEK, but the terminal also provides shipping services for Elgaugol, Kuzbassrazrezugol and the Kuzbass Fuel Company.[7]

In October 2021, transshipment at the Daltransugol coal terminal ground to a halt due to a fire in the coal storage area.[7] Operations at the terminal resumed about two weeks later.[8]

Project Details

  • Operator: Daltransugol JSC
  • Owner: SUEK
  • Location: Muchka Bay, Khabarovsk Krai, Russia
  • Capacity: 24 million tonnes per annum
  • Proposed Capacity: 16 million tonnes per annum
  • Status: Expanding
  • Type: Exports (Japan, S. Korea, Malaysia, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China)
  • Source of Coal:

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