In January-November Ukraine mined 25195.6 thousand tons of ordinary coal, down from 36351 thousand tons last year.
The Commercial Court of Dniepropetrovsk region has determined the claim register to the major Ukrainian pipe producer – Dniepropetrovsk Tube Works.
DTEK Space Heroes and Blagodatnaya mines yielded 4.45 million tons of power-generating coal. This is the record for the Mine Group and one of the largest volumes in Ukraine.
The self-proclaimed republics cut bridges, rails and works for scrap.
Pavlogradskoye Mine Group has reached its annual coalmining plan ahead of time. The miners yielded 3450 thousand tons of coal. The company is among the TOP-3 DTEK coalminers.
The head of the Volyn region administration Vladimir Ginchuk met the representatives of Sanyi (China) willing to invest $3.5 billion into Ukraine. The company has some experience in working with mining companies from the East of Ukraine. But they are also interested in the Volyn coal basin.
The Higher Administrative Court of Ukraine has allowed developing the Kremenchug territory, thus removing all obstacles on the way to build Bilanovsky Mining and Processing Works.
After the cancellation of the State Geology Service decree that blocked Velta operations the company started restoring its capacities destroyed by the fire.
In November Ukraine exported $51.5 million worth of ferroalloys, with imports on the level of $5.89 million.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs is investigating the Irshansk Mining and Processing Works, a part of the United Mining and Chemical Company, abuse while buying 5.6 million cubic meters of gas with transportation in May from Energy Trade Group.
In November Ukraine produced 68.2 thousand tons of ferroalloys, down by 0.7%, or by 0.5 thousand tons MoM.
Ferrexpo has decided to dismiss 40% of Poltava Mining and Processing Works employees.
In November Ukraine exported $32.48 million worth of pig iron, with imports on the level of $0.11 million.
Austria suspects Bollwerk AG and Steuermann GmbH, controlled by the people’s deputy Nikolay Martynenko, of reselling uranium and titanium at high prices abroad, to Russia in particular.