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The coal industry development program approved in Russia

The coal industry development program approved in Russia
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In Russia, they approved a program for the development of the coal industry until 2035. It implies the creation of new production complexes in the Kuzbass, Rostov Region, the Far East and Siberia. 

According to the website of the government of the Russian Federation, the document was approved by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. A complete upgrade of production capacities, synchronization of the development of railway and postal infrastructure is expected. 

They want to implement the program in three stages. The first will last until 2025. During this time, it is planned to carry out technical re-equipment, intensification of coal production, increase volumes of coal enrichment, etc.

The second stage is designed until 2030. During this period, restructuring of the industry and the formation of new coal mining centers should be completed. The third stage involves increasing labor productivity, implementing pilot projects for the deep processing of coal, achieving world environmental standards in the field of coal mining.

Under a pessimistic forecast, the implementation of the program will increase coal production in Russia from 439,3 million tons to 485 million tons, while the optimal one will reach 668 million tons per year.
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