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In Yakutia, construction of the railway for the mining plant "Ingalinsky" began
In the Neryungri region on Friday, solemn events were held to lay a stone at the site of the beginning of the construction of a railway track from the Chulbass station to the Pogruzochnaya station of the Inaglinsky mining and processing plant, a high-voltage line VL-11O kv with a 110/6 kv substation "Inaglinskaya" and the start of industrial development of the Zapadny section of the Inaglinsky GOK. This is reported by the press service of the Yakutia administration.
According to the information on the website of the Kolmar company, which develops the Inaglinskoye deposit, the new branch "will connect the mining and processing complex with the Russian Railways network." According to the general director of the company Sergey Tsivilev, the event means “the beginning of an energetic phase of the construction of the Inaglinsky GOK”.
“There are about 5 billion tons of coking coal here, which is hundreds of years of production. Thanks to this, our Neryungri will live and develop. The city of Neryungri has a great perspective. Today we are opening three important construction projects: the construction of a railway, power lines and the industrial development of the western Chulmakan field. We must complete these construction projects by the 40th anniversary of the city. Only a year will pass, and on November 6, 2015, we will already open the beginning of the construction of the Inaglinsky GOK enrichment plant here, ”he said.
The beginning of the mine construction report is 7 November 2011. During the construction period, 4883 meters of underground excavations were passed, alongside 115 thousand 933 tons of coal were mined. The planned production capacity of the mine is 3 million tons of coal.
Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Igor Nikiforov expressed gratitude to the Kolmar company, which is fulfilling the assigned tasks. “We feel and see the revival of the Neryungri coal industry. The indicators that the company announced show that Neryungri has a future. The pace of Kolmar is very high and the replacement of retired capacities at Yakutugol is realistic and evident, ”he stated.