In 2015 ferrous metals scarp supplies to metal companies decreased by 25%, to 3.1 million tons.
Energomashspetsstal intends to produce rolls for Evraz Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky hot-rolling shop.
The Donetsk Commercial Court of Appeals has confirmed the recovery of 254.98 million UAH of debts from Alchevsk Iron and Steel Works and the Industrial Union of Donbass under the credit agreement with the State Export and Import Bank.
Lviv miners that had gone on strike demanding their salary debts to be cleared, increased their demands. Now they want the director and the chief accountant of Lvivugol to be fired.
Metallurgprom believes Ukraine will produce 1.8 million tons of steel, 1.5 million tons of rolled metal and 1.8 million tons of pig iron in February.
DTEK has denied the information of its refusal to work with state mines from Lviv and Volyn regions.
Metinvest could lose an important metal market in South Asia – Pakistan. On January 13 the National tariff committee of Pakistan decided to impose preventive duties on cold-rolled steel from Ukraine.
Chairman of the board of the Kremenchuk Steel Works Dmitry Chernenko has resigned from his office. He has been the chairman for some 8 years.
In 2015 Lugansk region exporters and importers paid 1049 million UAH of taxes to the state budget.
In December 2015 metal companies consumed 163 million cubic meters of gas, up by 8.7%, or by 13 million cubic meters MoM.
Evraz Ukraine ponders the possibility of making some of its staff work half-time.
By January 1, 2016 DTEK has completed its repair program worth 1.5 billion UAH.
In 2015 DTEK Dobropolyeugol supplied 62 thousand tons of coal worth 74 million UAH to social institutions and citizens free-of-charge.
In 2015 Centravis Production Ukraine produced 19.2 thousand tons of pipes, down by 11.9% YoY, with 1.5 thousand tons produced in December.
Dzerzhinskugol has summed up its operation in 2015.
Burshtyn Thermal Power Station (Ivano-Frankovsk region) has declared that beginning with January 14 it is going to stop buying Lviv coal.
As of January 11, CIS hot-rolled coils cost $245-265 per ton FOB Black Sea, as opposed to $245-260 on December 28, 2015.