SUEK is continuously improving coal mining and processing technologies in order to boost operational efficiency and product quality and also to ensure cost optimisation.
These tasks, along with the design of new, and the reconstruction of existing, coal and ore mining facilities, are tackled by its Siberian Scientific Research Institute of Coal Beneficiation (Sibniicoal).
97open-pit mining projects
130washing plant projects
232 patentsin coal beneficiation
97.8%average positive project opinions from the State Expert Appraisal of Design Documentation and (or) Engineering Survey Results
Employees of the institute have extensive knowledge and experience for rendering a full range of services, from coal research to the commissioning of facilities and certification of product quality at the time of shipment.
Sibniicoal uses the most up-to-date software and advanced technologies, including BIM modelling (for creating information models of buildings and structures) and Vulcan (for planning and designing open-pit and underground mining).
Sibniicoal branches are located in Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Prokopyevsk, Kemerovo and Novokuznetsk for convenient work with regional customers.