Okino-Klyuchevsky coal mine

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The Okino-Klyuchevsky Coal Mine is an operating surface coal mine in Buryatia Republic, Russia.


The map below shows the location of the mine, near Okino-Klyuchi, in Bichursky (Beshüürei) District, Buryatia (Buryaad) Republic, Russia.[1]

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The Okino-Klyuchevsky coal mine is a surface coal mine. It is operated by Ugolny Razrez LLC ("Ugolny Razrez" is Russian for "surface coal mine"), a subsidiary of Inter RAO (which otherwise only owns coal power plants — this is the company's only coal mine). It has a capacity of 2.5 million tons per year. The mine's coal mainly goes to Inter RAO's Gusinoozyorskaya power station, which is located 154 km away.[2][3][4]


  • Owner: Ugolny Razrez LLC
  • Parent Company: Inter RAO
  • Location: Okino-Klyuchi, Bichursky (Beshüürei) District, Buryatia (Buryaad) Republic, Russia
  • Coordinates: 50.608626, 107.039452 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production Capacity: 2.5 MT/year
  • Total Reserves: 200 MT
  • Recoverable Reserves:
  • Coal type:
  • Mine Type: Surface
  • Start Year: 2011
  • Workforce:
  • Source of Financing:

Articles and resources


  1. Окино-Ключевский угольный разрез, Wikimapia, accessed May 2021.
  2. Ugolny Razrez LLC website, accessed May 2021.
  3. Окино-Ключевский угольный разрез, Wikipedia (Russian), accessed May 2021.
  4. ООО "Угольный разрез", SPb-Giproshakht website, accessed May 2021.

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