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Coal Production, Market and Forecast in Russia (Russian Version)
INFOMINE Research Group, May 2011, Pages: 130
This report focuses on the investigation of the coal market in Russia. It consists of four chapters, containing 130 pages and including 9 figures, 6 Tables, and Appendix.
This work is a desk-based study. Information sources include The Long-Term Program for Development of Russian Coal Industry up to 2030, which was developed in accordance with the Protocol of meeting at the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin on June 24, 2010 ? VP-P9-35 pr (Novokuznetsk), item 12.
In the first chapter, the report presents data on resources of coal in Russia.
The second chapter is devoted to the current situation of the Russian coal industry, including data on the volume of coal production, the work of individual companies, foreign trade in coal, and investments in the sector.
The third chapter describes the main research projects to develop coal deposits in Eastern Siberia and the Far East and implementation of projects on railway network development in the course of coal project implementation, including the development of the Elga and the Ulug-Khem coal fields and Apsat deposit.
In the fourth chapter of the report the prospects of the Russian coal industry are discussed, and key program documents relevant to approved development of the coal industry are analyzed. The structure and amount of investment in The Long-Term Program for Development of Russian Coal Industry up to 2030 is presented, and current and future demand for Russian coal is evaluated.
The Appendix provides the text of The Long-Term Program for Development of Russian Coal Industry up to 2030, which defines coal industry development in the long term.
NOTE: This report is currently available in Russian only.
1. Coal resources in Russia
2. Position and basic problems of development of the Russian coal industry
2.1. Structure and volumes of coal production in Russia
2.2. Coal production by the largest companies
2.3. Subsoil use and licensing
2.4. Coal conversion
2.5. The largest company - producers of coal
2.5.1. JSC Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
2.5.2. JSC MC Kuzbassrazrezugol
2.5.3. JSC Mechel
2.5.4. JSC Raspadskaya
2.5.5. JSC HC SDS-Ugol '
2.5.6. JSC Belon
2.5.7. Company LLC Vostsibugol
2.5.8. Holding Sibuglemet
2.7. Investment activities of individual enterprises
2.8. Coal consumption
2.9. Foreign trade
3. Major projects for development of coal fields in Eastern Siberia and the Far East
3.1. The development of the Elga coal deposit
3.2. The development of the Ulug-Khem coal basin
3.3. The development of Apsat coal deposit
3.4. Other coal deposits
4. Prospects of development of Russian coal industry up to 2030
Appendix: The Long-Term Program for Development of Russian Coal Industry up to 2030
List of Tables:
Table 1. Assessment of coal reserves in the Russian Federation (as of 01.01.2009), mln t
Table 2. Balance reserves and prognostic resources of coking coal in Eastern Siberia and the Far East (as of 01.01.2007), mln t
Table 3. Coal exports from Russia to Eastern and South-East Asia in 2005-2010, mln t
Table 4. The structure and amount of investments in the long-term program of development of the Russian coal industry for the period up to 2030
Table 5. Dynamics (2007-2010) and assessment of demand for Russian coal up to 2030, mln t
Table 6. Estimated dynamics of coal mining by Federal Districts, mln t
List of Figures:
Figure 1. Coal production in Russia in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 2. Coal production in Russia by the main basin in 2007-2010, mln t
Figure 3. Coal production in Russia by methods in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 4. The pattern of coal production in Russia by Federal Districts in 2009-2010,%
Figure 5. Coal production in Russia by type in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 6. Production of coking coal by the largest companies in 2010, th. tonnes
Figure 7. Investments in fixed assets of coal enterprises in 2000-2010, bln rub.
Figure 8. Dynamics of export and import of coal in Russia 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 9. Dynamics of export of coal from Russia to Eastern and South-East Asia in 2005-2010 (mln t), the proportion of the region in the total Russian exports (%)
- JSC Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
- JSC MC Kuzbassrazrezugol
- JSC Mechel
- JSC Raspadskaya
- JSC HC SDS-Ugol '
- JSC Belon