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Over the 9 months of 2014, coal mining on Sakhalin increased by 8%, exports by almost 50%
The coal industry enterprises of the Sakhalin region for 9 months 2014 of the year extracted 3 million 139,6 thousand tons of coal, which is 8,3% more than in the same period last year, the Ministry of Energy and Housing of the Region reported.
The main production volume, as usual, fell on the largest coal mining enterprises of the region: LLC "Management Company" Sakhalinugol "- almost 2 million tons, LLC" Gornyak "- 572,9 thousand tons, LLC" Uglegorskugol "- 386,2 thousand tons , LLC "Managing Coal Company" - 134 thousand tons.
For export to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) in the first half of the year more than 2,6 million tons were sent, which is 49% more than in 9 months of 2013. To Japan it is delivered - 677,2 thousand tons of coal, to the Republic of Korea - 1 million 159,7 thousand tons, in China - 808,9 thousand tons. Still almost 45 thousand tons were shipped to Chukotka.
Shipment of fuel in the coal ports of Sakhalin for this period amounted to: Shakhtersk port - 1 million 586,8 thousand tons, port of Uglegorsk - 388,3 thousand tons, terminal Boshnyakovo - 341,9 thousand tons.
This year LLC "Gornyak" was able to start shipping coal through the Nevelsky fishing port, which did not work for a long time due to the bankruptcy procedure; in 9 months of 2014, 264,3 thousand tons of coal were shipped through this port. Another 109,3 thousand tons of coal were exported outside the region through the sea trade port of Kholmsk.
The enterprises of the coal industry of the Sakhalin region in 2013 produced more than 3,8 million tons of coal (decrease by 7% to 2012), to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region it was exported over 2,3 million tons (an increase of 21%). In 2014, it is planned to produce 4,4 million tons of coal, of which almost 3 million tons will be exported.