Raspadskaya is an integrated coal mining and enrichment complex.
It comprises three underground mines, one open-pit mine, one underground mine under construction and a coal enrichment plant, as well as a coal transportation network and a number of integrated infrastructure companies.
82% of Raspadskaya's ordinary shares are owned by EVRAZ plc.
EVRAZ Sukha Balka ore enrichment plant is one of the leading Ukrainian enterprises specialising in underground mining of iron ore. The plant comprises two mines: Yubileynaya mine and Frunze mine, both equipped with surface-located crushing and sorting facilities.
In 2015 EVRAZ Sukha Balka mined over 2.8 million tonnes of lumpy ore. The annual production capacity of the plant is approximately 3.1 million ...
... deposit of the currently operated seam 2 was estimated at 150 million tonnes.
Mezhegeyugol is one of the most advanced coal mining facilities in Russia with the state-of-the-art equipment and production technology. For instance, it is the first Russian mine to apply Caterpillar continuous miner.
Mine construction started in 2011. The total investment amounted to approximately USD200 million.
At the moment the deposit of seam 2 Ulug is being prepared for Board and Pillar process. This is an advanced ...
EVRAZ is a vertically integrated steel, mining and vanadium business with operations in the Russian Federation, Ukraine, USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan and South Africa. EVRAZ is among the top steel producers in the world based on crude steel production of 14.3 million tonnes in 2015. A significant portion of the company's internal consumption of iron ore and coking coal is covered by its mining operations. The Group is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the...
... emissions, and higher NOx emissions at EVRAZ KGOK due to increase of production.
Taking into account the management’s decision to re-base the target by excluding data related to divested assets (EVRAZ VGOK, EVRAZ Vitkovice Steel, Evrazruda’s Krasnoyarsk mines, ZSMK’s central power plant, EVRAZ Highveld and EVRAZ NTMK’s Nizhnesaldinskymetal mill), key air emissions have increased by 19.2% since 2011.
Greenhouse gas emissions
EVRAZ operations are also associated with emissions of carbon dioxide and ...
Yuzhkuzbassugol is Russia’s leading producer of coking coal.
In 2015 Yuzhkuzbassygol mined more than 10.2 million tonnes of coal.
As of 31 December 2015, total proved and probable coal reserves under the JORC Code were estimated at 413,650 thousand tonnes.
The Company operates coal mines Alardinskaya, Yesaulskaya, Osinnikovskaya, Uskovskaya,...
2015 total CAPEX is $428 mln
Key investment projects:
1. Ball mill construction at EVRAZ NTMK
Support of EVRAZ's strategic position in the grinding balls' market
CAPEX - US$22 million
2. Expansion of Sheregesh mine
Status: commissioning of the horizon +115 m with a new production technology.
Increase of raw iron ore output to 4.8 Mtpa in 2018
CAPEX - US$75.2 million
3. Northern quarry (EVRAZ KGOK) expansion
Status: Stage one completed
Expansion of production ...
Born in 1977.
Mr Stepanov joined EVRAZ in November 2012. Prior to his appointment as the Head of the Coal Division Mr Stepanov worked as the COO of Nordgold (previously part of “Severstal”, before Nordgold separated into an independent company), where he was responsible for the operating activities of gold mining enterprises in Russia, Kazahstan, Guinea and Burkina Faso.
Prior to holding his position at Nordgold, Mr. Stepanov worked as the COO of “Vorkutaugol”, and held senior positions in “Severstal-resource”...
... Committee assesses risk exposure and evaluates the adequacy of processes in place to mitigate these risks and their implementation by management at the Group and Regional levels. Detailed risk assessment and evaluation of risk issues at the site, plant, mine and operational level were instigated in 2012. Substantially operational risks are managed by the Group’s operational controls which are attested by Internal Audit; however, the Group is now instigating a parallel risk management process and culture ...
... best use of water resources and to ensure where possible that there are no negative impacts from environmental incidents on water quality.
The total abstraction of fresh water in 2011 amounted to 495 million m3 (including 53 million cubic meters of mine and quarry water), in 2010 the figure was 499.6 million cubic meters. Almost 80% of water is taken from surface water sources: rivers, lakes and reservoirs.
In 2011, we adopted a new water strategy, which provides closed water systems for major ...