Coal industry News

DTEK contracts gas-coal and anthracite supplies

The company entered into an agreement on the import of 300 thousand tons of gas-coal and 100 thousand tons of anthracite.

India plans to cut coal imports by one third by 2024

The Indian Ministry of Coal is preparing a plan to reduce coal imports.

NABU has completed the investigation of the concealment of $1.25 million by Minister Nasalik

The Minister of Energy and Coal Mining did not declare $1.25 million.

Imports of Russian coal to Ukraine decreased by 85%

Russia has reduced coal supplies to Ukraine.

DTEK is switching another power unit of the Prydniprovska TPP to gas coal

The company will reconstruct power unit No.11 of the Prydniprovska TPP under gas coal.

The Minister of Energy commented on the situation with undeclared funds.

The day before the NABU detectives reported suspicion to Ihor Nasalik.

The Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office reported suspicion to the Minister of Energy

According to the SAPO, Ihor Nasalik did not declare $1249 million.

France will close all coal-fired power plants by 2020

The draft law on climate and energy was adopted in first reading by the French National Assembly.

Russia supplies coal from the occupied Donbass to 19 countries

During the period from 2017 to 2018, almost 6 million tons of anthracite were supplied.

Donbassenergo refutes Ukrenergo’s statement about coal shortage and rolling blackouts

The company declares a sufficient amount of coal in warehouses.

Only eight EU countries to phase out coal by 2030

The EU said Tuesday that eight of its 28 member countries aim to phase out coal-powered electricity by 2030, triggering charges it is missing the mark under the Paris climate deal.

Luhanska TPP may be left without coal because of Russian sanctions

The sanctions prohibit the export of coal to Ukraine writhout a special permit.