Seyitomer coal mine

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Funding

The Seyitomer coal mine is an opencast mine, operated by Celikler Insaat, producing 8 million tonnes per annum, in Eynez, near Seyitomer, Kutahya Province, Turkey.[1]

Background

The Seyitomer coal mine is operated by Celikler Insaat.

The facility was previously operated by Seyitomer Linyitleri Isletme Muessesesii Mudurlugu, a subsidiary of TKI until 2013.[1] In early 2013 Turkey's Privatization Authority sold the operating rights of its lignite-fired Seyitomer Power Plant for $2.25 billion to the Turkish company, Celikler Insaat.[2]

Location

The map below shows the approximate location of the Seyitomer mine in Seyitomer, Kutahya Province, Turkey.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Celikler Insaat
  • Parent company:
  • Location: Soma, Manisa Province, Turkey
  • GPS coordinates: 39.574254,29.832337 (approximate)
  • Mine status: operating
  • Start year:
  • Mineable reserves: 231.7MT
  • Coal type:
  • Mine size:
  • Mine type: surface
  • Production: 8 MTPA
  • Reserves:

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Philip M. Mobbs, "2010 Minerals Yearbook: Turkey", United States Geological Survey, April 2012, page 56.7
  2. "Turkey Sells 600-Megawatt Seyitomer Lignite-Fired Plant for $2.25 Billion", Industrial Info Europe, January 3, 2013.

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