Coal reserves report
SUEK’s coal reserves were audited by SRK Consulting (UK) Limited as of January 1, 2019.
Although the statement on resources and reserves is dated January 1, 2019, SRK took into account the information provided by the company during the asset visits and discussions during 2019, as well as the permissions received or filed during 2019. Taking into account the release date of the Annual Report and the date of the audit, the data are presented taking into account the production of assets for 2019.
The reporting of SUEK’s Coal Resources and Reserves, SRK has used the guidelines of the 2012 Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves as published by the Joint Ore Reserves Committee of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Australian Institute of Geoscientists and Minerals Council of Australia (the JORC Code).
All coal reserves are indicated by rock mass (RoM) and are within the areas of existing licenses or territories where SUEK plans to obtain licenses and has provided funding for this.
|Region/Site||Reserve, Mt 31.12.2019|
|Kemerovo Region (Kuzbass) — hard coal||2,125|
|Kirov underground mine||592|
|Komsomolets underground mine||125|
|Polysaevskaya underground mine||26|
|Ruban underground mine (Krasnoyarskaya incl Magistralny 2011)||144|
|November 7th Novaya underground mine||249|
|Taldinskaya-Zapadnaya 1 underground mine||145|
|Taldinskaya-Zapadnaya 2 underground mine||157|
|Yalevsky underground mine||437|
|Krasnoyarsk region — brown coal||3,967|
|Apsatsky open-pit — coking coal||70|
|Kharanorsky brown coa||315|
|Vostochny brown coal||154|
|Buryatiya — hard coal||317|
|Khakassia — hard coal||342|
|Nekkovy open-pit — hard coal||3|
|Pavlovsky open-pit — brown coal||106|
|Khabarovsk region — hard coal||222|
|Severnaya underground mine||86|