Ukraine: DTEK Ternovskoye miners have work for a year

The Ternovskoye Mine Group has put a new long face into operation.

788 thousand tons of coal will keep the local miners busy until January 2018.

The length of the face is 280 meters. The average daily output is estimated at 2 thousand tons. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: Koks output up in January-September 2016

In January-September Koks, a part of Industrial-Metallurgical Complex, produced 2.12 million tons of bulk coke, up by 3%. During the whole year the company coking batteries have been 100% loaded, IMC strategy and communications vice-president Sergey Frolov said. Coking coal output at IMC mines decreased by 7% YoY, to 1.45 million tons, due to repair…

Ukraine: Zaporizhstal products checked by India

Zaporizhstal has started the certification of its hot- and cold-rolled steel coils according to four Indian standards. To confirm the correspondence specialists of the Indian Standards Bureau have arrived at the works.

The license will allow Zaporizhstal to export its rolled metal to India, increasing its volumes. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: Evraz appoints new CFO

Evraz plc has appointed Nikolay Ivanov the new vice-president on finances (CFO).

Ivanov will replace Giacomo Baizini, who has been CFO for 4 months following the resignation of Pavel Tatianin. (Ukrainian metal)

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Russia: Nordgold cuts 2016 output forecast

Gold mining company Nordgold, controlled by Russian businessman Alexei Mordashov, has cut its 2016 gold output forecast to 840,000-880,000 ounces from 880,000-930,000 ounces due to suspension of production at the Aprelkovo mine and difficulties with access to African deposits because of an extraordinarily long rain season, the company said in a statement. But the forecast…