Jinneng coal mine

From Global Energy Monitor

Jinneng coal mine (霍州煤电集团金能煤业有限公司) The construction site is located in Jingle County, Xinzhou City, Shanxi Province, and its designed production capacity is 1.2 million tonnes per year.[1]


Location

The undated satellite photo below shows the coal mine located in Caoyu Village, Niangzishen Township, Jingle County, Xinzhou City, Shanxi Province, China.

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Coal Mine Background

Huozhou Coal and Electricity Group Jinneng Coal Industry Co., Ltd. is a reorganization and integration mine approved by the Shanxi Coal Mining Enterprise Merger, Reorganization and Integration Work Leading Group Office with Jinmei Reorganization Office [2010] No. 2 document, with a designed production capacity of 1.2 million tons per year. In October 2017, the former Shanxi Provincial Department of Coal Industry approved the project to restart construction under the Jinmeihang Shenfa [2017] No. 119 document. In January 2020, Shanxi Energy Bureau approved the preliminary design change of the project with Jin Energy Approval Issue [2020] No. 3 document. According to the changed preliminary design requirements, after reviewing the remaining project construction organization design, it is agreed that Huozhou Coal and Electricity Group Jinneng Coal Industry Co., Ltd. adjusts the construction period to April 25, 2021.[1]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Huozhou Coal and Electricity Group Jinneng Coal Industry Co., Ltd. [1]
  • Parent Company: China Huadian Group Co., Ltd. (49%), Shanxi Coking Coal Group Co., Ltd. (29.99%), China Cinda Asset Management Co., Ltd. (20.38%), China Construction Bank Corporation (0.63%)[2]
  • Location: Caoyu Village, Niangzishen Township, Jingle County, Xinzhou City, Shanxi Province, China[2]
  • GPS Coordinates: 38.401258, 112.022623(exact)
  • Status: Proposed[1]
  • Production Capacity: 1.2Mt/year[1]
  • Workforce Size:300-399[2]
  • Coal Field: Jinzhong Base[3]
  • Total Resource:441.02Mt[4]
  • Mineable Reserves:239.68Mt[4]
  • Coal Type: Bituminous coal (gas coal, fat coal, 1/3 coking coal)[4]
  • Mine Size: 20.42k㎡[4]
  • Mine Type: Underground[1]
  • Start Year:
  • Source of Financing:

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