Yubileynaya coal mine
|This article is part of the Global Energy Monitor coverage of Russia and coal|
Yubileynaya coal mine is an operating mine near the city of Novokuznetsk, in the Siberian region Kemerovo, Russia.
The mine is part of a mining-and-washing complex, including the Shchedrukhinskaya washplant and TransAvto, TopProm's transport company.
The mine is located in Zavodskoy Raion, Novokuznetsk City, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia. The map below shows the exact location.
Coal Mine Background
Mining at Yubileynaya started in 1966 as Baydayevskaya-Severnaya No.1. In 2007, 38 miners died in the mine following an explosion. From 2010 to 2013 the mine was mothballed. In February 2013 the Yubileynaya mine was sold to TopProm by EVRAZ Group. In 2013 it was significantly upgraded. In 2016 regular coal output was restarted.
- Parent Company: TopProm
- Location: Zavodskoy Raion, Novokuznetsk City, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia
- GPS Coordinates: 53.862145, 87.332382 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Production Capacity: 1.5 million tons per year
- Total Resource:
- Mineable Reserves: 70 million tons
- Coal type: Coking coal
- Mine Size:
- Mine Type: Underground, longwall mine
- Start Year: 1966
- Source of Financing:
Articles and resources
- TopProm, "New coal seam – new opportunities", TopProm website, accessed 5 September 2019.
- Шахта «Юбилейная», Wikimapia, accessed Mar. 2021.
- TopProm, "YUBILEYNAYA RE-OPENED", TopProm website, accessed 5 September 2019.
- Borisov. A, "Siberian city buries dead after mine explosion", Reuters, 26 May 2007.
- TopProm, "Yubileynaya Mine: new starting point", TopProm website, accessed 5 September 2019.
- TopProm, "Getting ready to start longwall work" accessed 30 August 2019.