Lingquan Coal Mine
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The undated satellite photo below shows the coal mine located in Zhalai Nuoer District, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia, China.
Coal Mine Background
The Lingquan Coal Mine is operated and owned by Zhalai Nuoer Coal Industry Co., Ltd. Lingquan Coal Mine was mining by the Puppet Manchukuo in 1936, and in 1957, eleven wells and three inclined shafts were used to mine the II3 coal seam; in 1983, the 1.80Mt/a reconstruction and expansion of the three inclined shafts were completed and put into production in 1991. Industrial upgrading was carried out in October 2006 and passed the comprehensive acceptance of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Coal Industry Bureau on March 19, 2011, with the upgraded capacity of 3.00Mt/a. On November 13, 2017, the Office of the State Coal Mine Safety Supervision Bureau agreed to Lingquan Coal Mine was approved from 3 million tons/year to 3.9 million tons/year.
- Operator:Zhalai Nuoer Coal Industry Co., Ltd. 
- Parent Company: China Huaneng Group
- Location:Zhalai Nuoer District, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia, China.
- GPS Coordinates:49.484131, 117.695322(exact)
- Status: Operating
- Production Capacity: 3.9Mt/a
- Minable Reserves: 441Mt
- Coal Type:Lignite，Bituminous（Thermal）
- Mine Size: 31.10k㎡
- Mine Type: Underground
- Start Year: 1936