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Sukhodol Terminal is a proposed coal export terminal in Russian Far East, Russia.
The bulk terminal is being constructed by Sukhodol LLC at Sukhodol Bay in Primorsky Krai, Russian Far East. The terminal is planned to have a capacity of 20 million tonnes per year and will be used for coal exports to Russia’s Asia-Pacific markets, including China, India, Korea and Japan.
In February 2014 Russia’s Volga Group acquired a 50% stake in Sukhodol LLC. Volga said that construction of the first stage is scheduled to be completed by 2016. The second and third stages are scheduled to take place between 2019 and 2021. The project is being implemented in partnership with the SDS Holding Company.
- Sponsor: Sukhodol LLC, SDS Holding Company
- Location: Primorsky Krai, Russian Far East
- Proposed Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 20
- Status: Construction
- Projected In Service: 2016 (stage 1), 2019 (stage 2), 2021 (stage 3)
- Type: Exports (Asia-Pacific)
- Source of Coal:
Articles and Resources
- "Russian coal terminal construction," Port Strategy, 25 Feb 2014