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.
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.
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.
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.
- 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
- 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:
Articles and resources
- Угольный разрез «Джебарики-Хая», Wikimapia, accessed May 2021.
- Территория шахты «Джебарики-Хая», Wikimapia, accessed May 2021.
- Mechel, "Form 20-F report, 2018,", Mechel website, 2019.
- Шахта «Джебарики-Хая», MiningWiki.ru, accessed May 2021.