Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port

From Global Energy Monitor

Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port is located in Nakhodka, Russia. It handles coal.

The Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port is the largest of seven coal terminals operating at the Port of Nakhodka. Together, the seven terminals handled 16.2 million tonnes of coal in 2019.[1]

Location

The map below shows the location of the Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port. The port operates berths on both sides of Nakhodka Bay (бухта Находка). The smaller Terminal Astafiev is located directly to the southwest of the southern berths of the Nakohdka Commercial Sea Port.

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Background

The Nakhodka Trade Sea Port was founded on June 17, 1947. In 2001, the Nakhodka Trade Sea Port became part of EVRAZ, a vertically integrated coal-mining and steel company. In 2014, the port handled 9.3 million tonnes of cargo.[2]

In the month of June 2015, coal handling at EVRAZ Nakhodka Trade Sea Port was 645,000 tonnes, a record for the port.[3]

In June 2017, EVRAZ sold 100% of the port to one of its shareholders, Lanebrook Limited, for US$354.4 million.[4] However, the two companies signed an agreement for EVRAZ to continue shipping coal through the Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port.[5]

In 2019, the port handled a total of 11.6 million tonnes of cargo, including 9.5 million tonnes of coal.[6]

Project Details

  • Operator: JSC "Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port"
  • Location: Nakhodka, Russia
  • Annual Coal Capacity (Tonnes): 12 million
  • Type: Exports
  • Source of Coal: Russia

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