Russian Coal has increased its coal production in Khakassia by 25% since the beginning of 2022

In January – September 2022, 2 million tons of D-grade coal were produced at the Kirbinsky mine (an asset of the Russian Coal company in Khakassia). This is 25% more than in the same period last year. Recall that for 9 months of 2021, 1.6 million tons of solid fuel were produced at the enterprise.

In 2022, the implementation of an investment program continues at the Kirbinsky section, within the framework of which new mining equipment is delivered to the enterprise. Thus, three BelAZ dump trucks with a capacity of 130 tons and one BelAZ car with a capacity of 90 tons were put into operation; Komatsu D275A-5 bulldozer and TK-25 wheeled bulldozer. The expansion of the equipment park of the section is aimed, among other things, at further growth of production capacities.

The Kirbinsky section was commissioned in 2018 . The company is working off the reserves of the Bey coal deposit in Khakassia. The balance reserves of the sections of the Kirbinsky section amount to about 350 million tons of fuel.