On 21 November, during the IX Siberian Energy Forum in Krasnoyarsk, a round table 'Coal of Siberia: Innovative Development' was held.
SUEK’s CEO Vladimir Rashevsky told journalists at the press conference called ‘300-Year-Old Kuzbass: 1000 Days. Countdown’ that SUEK’s investment programme will amount to 150-200 billion roubles (about...
Incentives for investment development should be targeted not only at new projects and companies, but also at existing legal entities, SUEK’s CEO Vladimir Rashevsky said at the session of the Eastern...
According to SUEK’s CEO Vladimir Rashevsky, Siberian Coal Energy Company does not have a plan to purchase other energy assets in the future.
Prokopyevsky district residents were offered an environmental guided tour of coal-mining facilities of the region.
At the production site of Cargo District No. 1, infrastructure for six more snow and fog generators is currently under construction.
Rising developing world demand will keep a role for the most carbon-intensive fuel