Ukraine: Lisichanskugol CEO resigns amid miners strike

On November 12 Valentin Kiselev, the CEO of Lisichanskugol, signed his resignation letter.

Kiselev has already removed his personal belongings form the CEO office.

Earlier Lisichanskugol miners staged a strike demanding their salary debts of 170 million UAH to be cleared and the CEO fired. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: Evraz reconstructing Tashtagol mine

Evraz is carrying out a project to reconstruct the Tashtagol mine. The project will improve the company raw materials safety thanks to the increase of iron ore mining 1.5-fold, from 2.2 million tons to 3.25 million tons per year. Investments in the project will reach 6.8 billion rubles. The balance reserves of the mine as…

Russia: SUEK to construct a mine

The construction of the “7 November-new” mine started in Kemerovo region. The mine will be developing the Sychevskiy-Perspektivniy site deposits. The license for the site was purchased in 2015 to replace the mine named after November 7, which had depleted its resources. The miners have been transferred to the Magistralniy site of the mine named…