Sibenergougol mine

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Sibenergougol Coal Mine is a surface mine in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia.[1]

Location

The map below shows the location of the mine, to the southwest of Listvyagi, in Novokuznetsky District, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia.[2] The mine consists of several different segments, including "Ananinsky-Zapadny," "Bungurskiy-Yuzhny," "Ananinsky-Zapadny-2," and "Bungurskiy-Yuzhny-2."[3][4][5][6] The entire Sibenergougol site measures 14km from north to south.

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Background

Sibenergougol LLC operates the mine, which is owned by MelTEK, 575 people work on the site. [1] The mine has changed ownership a number of times in the last decade, most recently it was purchased by Meltek from the Swiss-owned Sib Coal. Production in 2019 was 1.3 million tonnes, down from 1.6 million tonnes in 2018. Previously the mine was known as Listvyansky open-pit mine.[7][8]

Mine Details

  • Operator: Sibenergougol LLC [8]
  • Owner: MelTEK [8]
  • Location: Listvyagi, Novokuznetsky District, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia[1]
  • Coordinates: 53.591690, 86.899796 (exact)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production (2019): 1.3 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) [1]
  • Total Reserves:
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  • Coal Type: ANTHRACITE
  • Mine Type: SURFACE
  • Start Year:
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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Metltek, "Acquisition of OOO Sibenergougol completed", Meltek website, Accessed March 2021
  2. Разрез "Сибэнергоуголь", Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  3. Участок "Ананьинский-Западный", Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  4. Участок "Бунгурский-Южный", Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  5. Участок «Ананьинский Восточный-2», Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  6. Участок Бунгурский Южный 2, Wikimapia, accessed Apr. 2021.
  7. Taiga Info, "Sibenergougol will start developing a site near the road, which is defended by residents of Kuzbass villages", Taiga website, Accessed March 2021
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Kuzpress, "MelTEK added Sibenergougol", Kuzpress website, Accessed March 2021

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