Vorkutaugol

Vorkutaugol is one of the largest producers of hard coking coal in Russia. Vorkutaugol supplies Severstal Russian Steel with hard coking coal concentrate – the raw material for ferrous metallurgical industry

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General information

Location:
Vorkuta, Komi Republic, North Russia

Established:
1933

Acquired:
2003

Ownership:
Severstal holds 100% of the share capital of OAO Vorkutaugol

Facilities

Reserves:
Reserves and resources 297 million metric tonnes of coal (2008, JORC)

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Results

Indicative annual output:
Total raw coal mined – 11.359 million tonnes (2014) Total production – 6.754 million tonnes (2014) Production of coking coal concentrate – 4.9 million tonnes (2014)

Products

Vorkutaugol produces

  • Hard Coking Coal 2ZH
  • Semi-soft Coking Coal GZHO+ZH
  • Semi-soft Coking Coal GZHO
  • Run-of-mine Coking Coal К
  • Steam Coal GZHO OMSSH (sized)
  • Steam Coal GZHO PK (sized)

Who buys products:
The main consumer of Vorkutaugol’s coking coal is Severstal Russian Steel (Cherepovets, Russia). Also among the consumers are NLMK (Russia), Alchevkoks, Gubahinsky KHZ, Moscow KHZ. Energy stations and cement factories of the region are the consumers of steam coal.

Using of products:
Vorkutaugol’s coking coal is the raw material for the production of coke which is the raw material for production of iron. Steam coal is used in energy and chemical industries.

Post address

62 Lenin street,
Republic of Komi, Воркута,
Russia, 169908

Phone: +7 (82151) 73010
Fax: +7 (82151) 72242

Web site: vorkutaugol.severstal.com (in Russian only)