In 2015 Vatutino Refractory Works received 23.82 million UAH of net profits.
The state enterprise Ukrpromvneshexpertisa believes the UAH devaluation will have a negative effect on the local ferrous metals procurement.
The State Security Service has stopped a railroad car with scrap metal heading to the occupied territory via Konstaninovka station.
A major dismissal of employees is planned at Khartsyzsk Pipe Works, a part of Metinvest.
In 2015 Ukraine exported 1.7 million tons of steel to Russia, down by 28.5% YoY and almost twice to 2011-2013.
Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian railways) plans to export scrap metal and asks the Ministry of infrastructure to help.
The Ministry of economic development and trade wasn’t able to come to terms with metal companies as to scrap procurement and export in 2016.
Zaporizhstal has started exporting its products via Zaporozhye river port.
Metallurgprom and Federation of Metallurgists of Ukraine have addressed the deputies to support the decrees on increasing ferrous scrap export duty from 10 euro per ton to 35 euro for 3 years and cancel the 5% import duty.
DTEK Pershotravenskoye Mine Group has put a new long face with 400 thousand tons of coal into operation at the Yubileinaya mine. That would be enough for 6 months of work.
In 2016 gas coal proficiency will total 1.5 million tons due to the fall of electricity output.
In 2015 Ukraine decreased power-generating coal output by 38.8% YoY.
In 2016 Corum Group plans to increase its investments into development 2 times, or by 44.6 million UAH, to 87.6 million UAH.
In early February Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky started putting its blast furnace #12 into operation.