Raspadskaya (Russia)

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Opened in 1973, the Raspadskaya mine is the largest coal mine in Russia and the ninth largest in the world. Located in the Kemerovo region of Russia...

Opened in 1973, the Raspadskaya mine is the largest coal mine in Russia and the ninth largest in the world. Located in the Kemerovo region of Russia, the Raspadskaya is an underground coal mine complex comprised of two underground mines --MUK-96 and Raspadskaya Koksovaya; and one open-pit mine called Razrez Raspadsky.

Owned and operated by the Coal Company Raspadskaya, the mine produces 100 percent coking coal. In 2008, the Raspadskaya mine produced 22 million tons of coking coal and has a total coal reserves estimated at 782 million tons. 

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