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Leonid Skoptsov: the Chukotka coal project shows the advanced implementation speed

As the Director General of the North-Pacific Coal Company Leonid Skoptsov told EastRussia, such a speed of coal project implementation is not that in Russia, but in advanced countries as well.

We are talking about the development of the main raw material project in the eastern, coastal part of Chukotka - the Bering coal basin. So, according to Leonid Skoptsov, on February 1, 2013, the first well was opened, and by December 2, 2014, a production license was obtained, a technical design was agreed, and all land allocations were received.

The Director General of the North Pacific Coal Company also noted that the project has an advantage in geographic location - proximity to China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. At the same time, he notes that hopes are coming true for China as a potential buyer, since the latter takes sample lots of goods. The share of public investment in the project at the same time is not so great. 

Australian shareholders working around the world, according to Leonid Skoptsov, note that they have never seen such a good attitude to investors in the mining industry as in Chukotka.

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