In February Ukraine mined 2.6 million tons of coal, up by 27.1% YoY.
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In 2015 Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Komintern (Kominmet) received 197.52 million UAH of profits.
2.5 billion UAH of state subsidies are needed to balance the coal industry.
The Ministry of economical development and trade expects the state enterprise Vostochny Mining and Processing Works to get 13.27 million UAH of profits.
In 2015 Dniepropetrovsk Tube Works received 152.98 million UAH of losses.
In February Ukraine imported $5.48 million worth of manganese ore, while exports reached $185 thousand.
In 2015 Ingulets Mining and Processing Works received 3.49 billion UAH of losses.
In February Ukraine exported $107.35 million worth of iron ore, while imports totaled $10.51 million.
In 2015 Severny Mining and Processing Works received 1212.49 million UAH of losses.
Due to the deep fall of world market prices and demand, 2015 became a year of serious challenges for Centravis Production Ukraine.
In 2015 Central Mining and Processing Works received 697.25 million UAH of profits.
Ukraine has to impose mirror duties on Russian rolled metal, says Zaporizhstal CEO Rostislav Shurma.
Azovstal has started implementing the pulverized coal injection system at its blast furnace.
In 2015 Kondratyevsky Refractory Works received 14.56 million UAH of losses.
In 2015 Ukraine’s only primary aluminum producer – Zaporozhye Aluminum Works received 2043.75 million UAH of losses.
The heads of the militants in Lugansk region have appointed a temporary administration at Stakhanov Ferroalloy Plant, which is being idle because of the military activities. This administration will be managing the works for 18 months.
As of March 12, Ukrainian importers of pipes have used up 82.03% of the annual quota for the delivery of seamless casing steel pipes with up to 406.4 mm diameter.