Ukraine: Lvivugol pays April 2018 salary

The state enterprise Lvivugol has completely cleared the salary debts for April to its miners. According to a company representative, the enterprise received a payment from the state enterprise Ugol Ukrainy (Coal of Ukraine), which allowed paying April salary in full. Soon May salary will also be paid. Earlier miners threatened to go on a…

Ukraine: Lvivugol clears 2017 salary debts

On February 16 the state enterprise Lvivugol cleared its salary debts of 2017.

In particular, the enterprise received 10 million UAH from the state company Coal of Ukraine.

On January 4 Coal of Ukraine transferred 21 million UAH to pay salary to Lviv miners for November 2017. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol orders 25 million UAH worth of self-rescuers

The state enterprise Lvivugol has ordered Zakhidprom Trade LLC the delivery of self-rescuers valued at 25.5 million UAH.

According to the agreement the company has to supply 679 self-rescuers produced by Dezega (Turkey). The price of self-rescuers is 9449.92 UAH apiece.

Lvivugol bought 421 self-rescuers at the same price in August. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lviv mine collapses

A cave-in happened at the Lesnaya mine at the depth of 830 m.

According to the Lviv regional state administration Lesnaya mine of the state enterprise Lvivugol is situated in the village of Silets.

“Three employees, local dwellers, were injured”, the administration noted.

They have been brought to the hospital. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol orders 4 million UAH worth of miner’s lamps

The state enterprise Lvivugol has ordered A.S. Group LLC the delivery of miner’s lamps valued at 3.74 million UAH.

The company will supply 2780 lamps at 1345.56 UAH apiece.

4 companies submitted offers to participate in the trade, but only two were allowed.

A.S. Group LLC competitor was Forma Trade LLC. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol officials fined for untimely filling in declarations

7 officials of the state enterprise Lvivugol have been accused of corruption by the Chervonograd local prosecutors.

Without any important reasons they have untimely filled in the declaration on income and possessions on the official site of the National agency on corruption. They have all been fined for 850 UAH each. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: local coal to cost as imported

Lvivugol welcomes the increase of coal price for power-generating companies and combined heat and power plants. “I am sure that coal mined in Ukraine should not cost less than that purchased in other countries. If the difference in prices is removed, this will provide for the stable development of the mining industry and would stimulate…

Ukraine: Lvivugol miners paid 32% of August 2017 salary

The press-service of the Lviv regional state administration reported, that on September 12 the state enterprise Lvivugol received 30 million UAH for selling coal.

Thanks to this miners were paid 32% of their August salary. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol gets 30 million UAH for salary

On August 21 Lviviugol received 30 million UAH from the coal sale.

The money was spent to pay July salary to miners.

According to the Lviv state regional administration fuel and energy saving department, the miners received 54% of their salary. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol receives 14 million UAH for coal sold

On August 7 Lvivugol received 14 million UAH for the coal it sold.

According to the department of the fuel-energy complex of the Lviv regional state administration, all the money was spent to pay salary to the miners. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol receives 20 million UAH from coal sales

On July 21 Lvivugol received 20 million UAH for selling coal.

According to the press-service of the Lviv regional state administration, all the money will be spent to pay salary to the miners. In particular, miners will get 21% of their June salary. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Lvivugol expresses no-confidence to Nasalik

The employees of the state enterprise Lvivugol have expressed no-confidence to the minister of energy and coal industry Igor Nasalik. According to the Independent Miners’ Union chairman Mikhail Volynets, the decision was taken following the systematic non-payment of salary and unfulfilled promises. “As of the Miners’ Day the debts are unlikely to be cleared, thus…