Dzhebariki-Khaya Coal Mine

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Dzhebariki-Khaya Coal Mine (шахта Джебарики-Хая) is an operating coal mine in Dzhebariki-Khaya, Tomponsky, Sakha, Russia.


Table 1: Project-level location details

Mine Name Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
Dzhebariki-Khaya Coal Mine Dzhebariki-Khaya, Tomponsky, Sakha, Russia 62.196665, 135.874786 (exact)

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Table 2: Project status

Status Status Detail Opening Year Closing Year
Operating[1] 2014[1]

Table 3: Operation details

Note: The asterisk (*) signifies that the value is a GEM estimated figure.
Capacity (Mtpa) Production (Mtpa) Year of Production Mine Type Mining Method Mine Size (km2) Mine Depth (m) Workforce Size
0.2[2] 2021[2] Surface Open Pit 50* 195*

Table 4: Coal resources and destination

Total Reserves (Mt) Year of Total Reserves Recorded Total Resources (Mt) Coalfield Coal Type Coal Grade Primary Consumer/ Destination
1.6 93 Subbituminous[2] Thermal[2]

Table 5: Ownership and parent company

Owner Parent Company Headquarters
Yakutugol Holding Company JSC [3] Mechel JSC Russia

Note: The above section was automatically generated and is based on data from the GEM April 2024 Global Coal Mine Tracker dataset.


The Dzhebariki-Khaya Coal Mine (разрез Джебарики-Хая) is an operating surface mine in Sakha Republic, Russia.

The Dzhebariki-Khaya coal mine is a surface mine owned and operated by Yakutugol Holding Company, a subsidiary of Mechel.[4]

The mine began in 1940 as an underground mine. In 1973, following an explosion at the underground mine, the mine was switched to opencast mining. In 1985, a new underground mine was reopened. Starting in 2014, Yakutugol began a planned transition in which the underground mine was to be shut down, and the mine would continue solely as an opencast mine.[5] The last coal from the underground mine was extracted in 2016 and the mine started operating as a surface mine in 2017 with capacity of 0.32 million tonnes.[6]

Coal from the Dzhebariki-Khaya coal mine is sold to state housing and municipal services in the northern and central parts of the Republic of Sakha.[6][7] The mine is only accessible by means of the Aldan River.[7]

No 2022 production figure is available. Yakutugol Holding Company also owns and operates Kangalassk coal mine and Neryungrinsky coal mine. Total 2022 production of the company was 4 million tonnes.[8]

  • Owner: Yakutugol Holding Company JSC
  • Parent: Mechel JSC
  • Location: Dzhebariki-Khaya, Tomponsky (Tompo) District, Sakha Republic, Russia
  • Coordinates: 62.196665, 135.874786 (exact)
  • Status: Operating[7]
  • Production Capacity: 0.32 MTPA[6], 0.3 million tonnes (2020)[7], 0.2 million tonnes (2021)[7]
  • Total Resource: 93 million tonnes (2021)[7]
  • Mineable Reserves: 1.6 million tonnes (2021)[7]
  • Coal type: Subbituminous (Thermal)[7]
  • Mine Type: Surface
  • Start Year: 2014[5]
  • Source of Financing:

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  5. 5.0 5.1 Шахта «Джебарики-Хая»,, accessed May 2021.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "«Якутуголь» сообщает о смене наименования шахты «Джебарики-Хая» на разрез". January 12, 2017.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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  8. "Компания «Якутуголь» намерена добыть в 2023 году 4,2 миллиона тонн угля". January 2023.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)