Linglu Coal Mine

From Global Energy Monitor

Linglu Coal Mine(扎赉诺尔煤业有限责任公司灵露煤矿) is an underground mine with a production capacity of 3.9 million tons per year, located in Zhalai Nuoer District, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia, China.[1]


The undated satellite photo below shows the coal mine located in Zhalai Nuoer District, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia, China.

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Coal Mine Background

Linglu Coal Mine is operated and owned by Zhalai Nuoer Coal Industry Co., Ltd. It was built through the reconstruction and expansion of Lingquan Open-pit Mine. As the mining depth of the Lingquan open-pit coal mine has increased, the stripping ratio has gradually increased. The use of open-pit mining to continue the mining of the deep reserves of the minefield is already extremely unreasonable technically and economically. Therefore, Zhalai Nuoer Coal Industry Co., Ltd. decided to mine the deep reserves of Lingquan Open-pit Coal Mine by using underground mining methods and changed its name to Linglu Coal Mine. The Linglu Coal Mine’s technical transformation and construction project started in July 2009 and was completed in October 2013. It was officially transferred to production in April 2016. Since the project is a technical transformation, the production capacity will not be improved, therefore, the mine acceptance check confirms the production capacity of the raw mine is 2.00Mt/a.In November 018, the National Coal Mine Safety Supervision Bureau issued a reply to the Coal Safety Supervision Department Hanban [2018] No. 84, and the mine’s approved production capacity was 3.90Mt/a.[2]

Project Details

  • Operator:Zhalai Nuoer Coal Industry Co., Ltd. [3]
  • Parent Company: China Huaneng Group[3]
  • Location:Zhalai Nuoer District, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia, China.
  • GPS Coordinates:49.450319, 117.743275(exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production Capacity: 3.9Mt/a
  • Minable Reserves: 278.30Mt[4]
  • Coal Type: Lignite,Bituminous(Thermal)[4]
  • Mine Size: 12.35k㎡[4]
  • Mine Type: Underground[2]
  • Start Year: 2016[2]

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