Ukraine: Russia starts massively transporting coal from occupied Donbas

Ukrainian Member of Parliament, coordinator of the Information Resistance analytical group Dmytro Tymchuk says Russia has begun to massively transport coal from the self-proclaimed “Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republics (LPR/DPR)” in the occupied areas of eastern Ukraine. “Figures show that coal supplies to Russia’s Rostov region in the first quarter of this year accounted for…

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Russia: ferrous scrap exports to Belarus down in May 2018

In May Russia exported 98.6 thousand tons of ferrous scrap to Belarus via railroad, down by 16.5% both MoM and YoY.

In April the results were +4.6% and -16%, and in March +27.8% and +26.4% respectively.

In January-May Russia exported 498.5 thousand tons of scrap to Belarus, down by 4.4% YoY. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: KSGOK iron ore concentrate up in Q1 2018

In January-March Kimkano-Sutarsky Mining and Processing Works produced 510 thousand tons of iron ore concentrate. In particular, 140 thousand tons were produced in January, and 170 thousand tons – in February. In March concentrate output exceeded 200 thousand tons. By the end of the year the company intends to reach the project capacity of 3.2…

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Ukraine: coal imports up in January-May 2018

In January-May Ukraine increased coal imports by 42.9% YoY, to 9.246 million tons. According to the State Fiscal Service, the value of the coal imported was $1.248 billion, up by 20.6% YoY. Russia supplied $826.656 million worth of coal (66.19%), USA – $343.63 million (27.51%), Canada – $48.365 million (3,87%), and other countries – $30.262…

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Russia: KMZ ferromanganese output and sales up in May 2018

In May Kosaya Gora Iron and Steel Works was producing ferromanganese in two blast furnaces.

The output totaled 13 thousand tons. The growth allowed replenishing stocks and increasing sales.

In particular, in May KMZ sold 6.7 thousand tons of ferromanganese, up by 36% MoM. (Ukrainian metal)

 

Russia: coal railroad transportation down in May 2018

In May the Northern Railroads transported 5.114 million tons of cargo, up by 3.1% YoY.

In particular, ferrous metals transportation increased by 2.6%, to 3.9 million tons.

Scrap transportation dropped by 4%, to 0.3 million tons, while that of coal decreased by 26%, to 1.3 million tons. (Ukrainian metal)