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Severstal is one of Russia’s largest producers of iron ore and coking coal. The company has two iron ore mining complexes, Karelsky Okatysh and Olcon, a coking coal complex Vorkutaugol, a mine design institute SPb-Giproshakht in Russia, a coking coal complex PBS Coals in the US, and a number of greenfield projects outside of Russia.
In 2014, in Vorkutaugol it mined 11.4 million tons of coal and had 297 million tons of coal reserves. It operates the following coal mines:
- Vorgashorskaya Mine with 19 mt reserves
- Vorgutinskaya Mine with a production capacity of 1.8 mtpa and reserves of 40 mt
- Zapolyarnaya Mine
- Komsomolskaya Mine, the deepest mine in Russia at 1100 meters
- Yunyaginsky Mine with a production capacity of over 0.5 mtpa
- CEP Pechorskaya, a complex that processes over 7 million tons of coal into concentrate for steelmaking.
According to the Carbon Tracker report, "Unburnable Carbon - Are the world's financial markets carrying a carbon bubble?", Severstal has more estimated carbon reserves than any other company on the globe, estimated at 141.6 Gt of CO2.
Articles and Resources
- "Severstal Resources: About Us," Severstal website, accessed July 2012.
- "Vorkutaugol" Severstal website, accessed 18/03/2021.
- "Unburnable Carbon - Are the world's financial markets carrying a carbon bubble?" 2011 Report.
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- Overview of Severstal's Vorkutaugol coal mines: http://vorkutaugol.ru/rus/about/structure/index.phtml
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