Maly Port

From Global Energy Monitor

Maly Port, which translates to "Small Port" in English, is a port based in East Russia. It is located in Wrangel Bay, along with the Vostochny Port, the East Ural coal terminal, and the Vostochnaya coal terminal (which stopped handling coal in September 2021).


The map below shows the location of Maly Port in Wrangel Bay. The massive Vostochny Port is located directly to the north.

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Maly Port began operating in 1992[1] and is operatd by ООО «Стивидорная компания «Малый порт» (LLC Stevedoring Company Maly Port), a subsidiary of JSC SUEK.[2] Maly port accommodates 3 berths for coal handling. The port primarily provides export services for JSC SUEK, exporting approximately 2.8 million tonnes of coal per year for the company.[3]

In 2019, the port handled 2.75 million tonnes of coal.[4] In 2020, SUEK exported 3.4 million tonnes out of the Maly Port.[5] In the first 10 months of 2021, the port shipped more than 3 million tonnes of coal. Most of the coal from the Maly Port is shipped to Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and China.[1]

Project Details

  • Operator: ООО «Стивидорная компания «Малый порт» (LLC Stevedoring Company Maly Port)
  • Owner: JSC SUEK
  • Location: Wrangel Bay, Primorsky Krai, Russia
  • Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 4 (estimated)
  • Status: Operating
  • Type: Exports (Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan)
  • Source of Coal:

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