Ukraine: DTEK ups its coal stocks

From September 28 to October 4 DTEK increased its thermal power stations coal stocks by 100.6 thousand tons: that week they received 451.5 thousand tons of coal and used 350.9 thousand tons to produce electricity.

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Ukraine: terrorists increase coal prices

The so-called Donetsk People’s Republic increases coal mining. In September “the republic” mined around 1 million tons of coal. At the same time, in June 2014, before the military activities began in the region, it yielded 2.8 million tons of coal per month. Thus, the now Ukraine-uncontrolled territories mine one third of the pre-war volumes. At the beginning of the year coal was mined on the level of 300 thousand tons per month. The output started growing when the shelling ceased considerably – in August.

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Ukraine: UGOK sinter output down in January-September 2015

In January-September Yuzhny Mining and Processing Works (UGOK) produced 8.71 million tons of iron ore concentrate, down by 4% YoY.

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Ukraine: Makeevugol mines on the brink of extinction

Makeevugol miners in Makeevka (Donetsk region), occupied by the Russia-supported terrorists, haven’t received any money for three months.

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Ukraine: terrorists claiming coal deliveries resumed

The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic has renewed coal supplies to Kiev.

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Ukraine: coal mining in January-September 2015 down

In January-September coal mining in Ukraine due to the military activities in Donbass fell almost twice YoY, from 53.4 million tons to 29.64 million tons.

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Ukraine: seamless pipes imports quota 91% complete

As of October 1, Ukraine has imported 91.08% of its annual quota for steel seamless casing pipes with diameter up to 406.4 mm.

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Ukraine: Centravis shows positive results in Q1 2015

Despite the unfavorable world market situation Centravis Production Ukraine, a major supplier of stainless seamless pipes, received positive sales results for the first half of 2015.

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Ukraine: Ferrexpo pellets output up in January-August 2015

In January-August Ferrexpo plc, controlling Poltava and Yeristovo Mining and Processing Works, produced 8.67 million tons of pellets, up by 5.1% YoY.

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Ukraine: Sumy to sell valves to Ukrtransgaz

Sumy Machine-building scientific-production association has concluded a contract with Ukrtransgaz for the supply of a large batch of valves.

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Ukraine: AZOTSM to close its office in Kiev

The supervisory board of the Artemovsk Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Works has decided to close its representative office in Kiev.

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Ukraine: Coal ministry wants IMF to reform the industry

The Ministry for energy and coal industry wants the International Monetary Fund, Ukraine’s key creditor, to help reform the coal industry, which has been suffering from the lack of the budget support for over a year.

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Ukraine: VostGOK to buy 30.1 million kW-h of electricity

Vostochny Mining and Processing Works (Dniepropetrovsk region) has announced a tender to purchase 30.07 million kW-h of electricity in November-December.

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Ukraine: Metinvest completes plate shop overhaul at Azovstal

Metinvest Group of Companies has finished the overhaul of the plate shop at Azovstal Iron and Steel Works (Mariupol).

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Ukraine: Zaporizhstal postpones converter shop construction

Zaporizhstal has postponed the preparation of the Markusova gorge territory for the converter shop construction.

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Ukraine: Ilyich blast furnace repairs over

Metinvest Group of Companies has completed the capital repairs of the blast furnace #2 at the Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works.

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Ukraine: Zaporizhstal denies slag wastes ground take

Zaporizhstal denies the information of the armed people take of the Zaporozhye city council grounds of the slag wastes in Markusova gorge and its illegal exploitation.

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Ukraine: Zakarpatvtormet appoints acting chairman of the board

The supervisory board of Zakarpatvtormet has appointed Vasily Yurichko the acting general manager/chairman of the board instead of Ivan Baran.

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