Dzhebariki-Khaya coal mine

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The Dzhebariki-Khaya Coal Mine is an operating surface and underground coal mine in Sakha Republic, Russia.

Location

The map below shows the location of the mine, near Dzhebariki-Khaya, in Tomponsky (Tompo) District, Sakha Republic, Russia. The surface mine is visible at right, and the underground mine is at left.[1][2]

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Background

The Dzhebariki-Khaya coal mine is a surface/underground coal mine, operated by Yakutugol, a subsidiary of Mechel, producing 0.32 million tonnes per annum near Neryungri in Sakha Republic, Russia.[3]

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 will be shut down, and the mine will continue solely as an opencast mine.[4]

Details

  • Sponsor: Yakutugol
  • Parent Company: Mechel
  • Location: Dzhebariki-Khaya, Tomponsky (Tompo) District, Sakha Republic, Russia
  • Coordinates: 62.196665, 135.874786 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production Capacity: 0.32 MTPA[5]
  • Total Resource:
  • Mineable Reserves: 177 MT
  • Coal type:
  • Mine Size:
  • Mine Type: Opencast/underground
  • Start Year: 1940/1973/2014
  • End Year: 2027
  • Source of Financing:

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