Zhernovsky coal mine
|This article is part of the Global Energy Monitor coverage of Russia and coal|
Zhernovsky-1 is a proposed coal mine, also known as Zhernovskoye-1. The mine is within the planned Zhernovski Mining and Beneficiation Plant complex which is projected to lie 43km from the city of Kiselyovsk, in the Novokuznetsky District, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia.
The Zhernovski Gluboki coal mine is another proposed mine in the Zhernovski complex.
The proposed Zhernovski Mining complex would lie in a heavily mined area near the village of Talda, Kemerovo, Russia.
Coal Mine Background
NLMK was given permission for a mine here in 2005. The company was looking to secure its own supply of coking coal rather than buying it from others. As of March 2017, the strategy had changed and the mine had not yet been started.
- Parent Company: NLMK
- Location: 43km from the city of Kiselyovsk, in the Novokuznetsky District, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia.
- GPS Coordinates: 54.185833, 87.244722 (exact)
- Status: Shelved (no progress since March 2017)
- Production Capacity:
- Total Resource:
- Mineable Reserves: 163 million tonnes
- Coal type: Coking coal
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Articles and resources
- NLMK,"It’s clear that we’re going to grow. This is a strategic imperative"NLMK website, 20 March 2017
- NLMK, "Achieving self-sufficiency in raw materials"Page13, NLMK Magazine № 3 (2011), December 24, 2011