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Russian Federation : Zaporizhstal to start importing coking coal from its Russian mine.

The Ukrainian steelmaker Zaporizhstal will start from the end of next year to import coking coal from its Bystryanskaya 1-2 mine in Russia Rostov region.

the construction of the Bystryanskaya 1-2 mine, the largest coking coal deposit in the south of Russia with coking coal reserves estimated at 46 million tonnes is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2011 while from 2012 it is expected to start producing at full capacity, ie 750,000 tonnes of coking coal per year, thus covering a third of Zaporizhstal needs.

The mined coal will be transported to the Sholokhovskoe coal enrichment plant located in the same region as the mine, and later shipped to Ukraine.

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