Russian Coal Industry & Exports through Ports of the Far East Discussed in Most Comprehensive Study Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com

02 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Russian Coal Industry & Exports through Ports of the Far East Discussed in Most Comprehensive Study Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – The development of transport system of Russia, the strategy projects for development of the whole infrastructure in the far-away regions of the country are basic drivers to boost up the foreign trade in coal. Coal industry is awaiting lavish investments and the export field is forecast to be on rise.

New market research reportProspects of Russian Coal Exports through Ports of the Far Eastdeveloped by INFOMINE Research Group has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Prospects of Russian Coal Exports through Ports of the Far East
Published: May, 2011
Pages: 752
Price: US$ 14,120

The research focuses on the study of prospects of increasing export supplies of Russian coal through the ports of the Far East. It provides a detailed and overall review of the key factual data and most important information.

Reports Contents:

1. COAL RESOURCES IN RUSSIA

2. POSITION AND PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN COAL INDUSTRY
2.1. Structure and volumes of coal production in Russia
2.2. Coal production by the largest companies
2.3. Subsoil use and licensing
2.4. Coal conversion
2.5. The largest company-producers of coal
  2.5.1. JSC Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
  2.5.2. JSC MC Kuzbassrazrezugol
  2.5.3. JSC Mechel
  2.5.4. JSC Raspadskaya
  2.5.5. JSC HC SDS-Ugol '
  2.5.6. JSC Belon
  2.5.7. LLC Vostsibugol
  2.5.8. Holding Sibuglemet
2.6. Investments
2.7. Investment activities of individual enterprises
2.8. Coal consumption
2.9. Foreign trade


3. PROSPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN COAL INDUSTRY

4. THE MAJOR PROJECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COAL FIELDS IN EASTERN SIBERIA AND THE FAR EAST AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RAILWAY NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
4.1. The development of the Elga coal deposit
4.2. The development of the Ulug-Khem coal basin
4.3. The development of Apsat coal deposit
4.4. Other coal deposits


5. JSC RZD: GENERAL CHARACTERIZATION

6. TRANSPORT CAPACITIES

7. ROUTES TO EXPORT MARKETS
7.1. Baikal-Amur Railway
7.2. Trans-Siberian Railway
7.3. East-Siberian Railway - branch of JSC RZD
7.4. West-Siberian Railway - branch of JSC RZD
7.5. Krasnoyarsk Railway - branch of JSC RZD
7.6. Far Eastern Railway - branch of JSC RZD
7.7. Trans-Baikal Railway - branch of JSC RZD


8. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MARITIME TRANSPORT IN RUSSIA
8.1. Port Vladivostok
8.2. Port Vostochny
8.3. Port Vanino
8.4. Port Nakhodka
8.5. Merchant Port Posiet

CONCLUSIONS
Appendix 1: The Strategy for Development of Railway Transport in the Russian Federation up to 2030
Appendix 2: The Sub-Program Rail Transport of the Federal Target Program The Development of Transport System of Russia (2010 - 2015)
Appendix 3: The Sub-Program Development of Exports of Transport Services of the Federal Target Program The Development of Transport System of Russia (2010 - 2015)
Appendix 4: The Federal Target Program Economic and Social Development of the Far East and Transbaikalia up to 2013
Appendix 5: The Long-Term Program for Development of Coal Industry of Russia up to 2030
Appendix 6: The Strategy for Socio-Economic Development of Siberia up to 2020
Appendix 7: The Action Plan for implementation of the Strategy for Socio-Economic Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region up to 2025


LIST OF TABLES:
Table 1. Assessment of coal reserves in the Russian Federation (as of 01.01.2009), mln t
Table 2. Balance (on-balance) reserves and prognostic resources of coking coal in Eastern Siberia and the Far East (as of 01.01.2007), mln t
Table 3. Coal exports from Russia to Eastern and South-East Asia in 2005-2010, mln t
Table 4. The structure and amount of investments in The Long-Term Program for Development of the Russian Coal Industry for the Period up to 2030
Table 5. Dynamics (2007-2010) and assessment of the demand for Russian coal up to 2030, mln t
Table 6. Estimated dynamics of coal mining by Federal Districts, mln t
Table 7. Performance of JSC RZD in 2005-2009
Table 8. The amount of funding of the Federal Target Program: The Development of Transport System of Russia (2010 - 2015)
Table 9. Financial performance of the project for reconstruction of section Oune-Vysokogornaya with construction of the Kuznetsovsky tunnel in the section Komsomolsk-on-Amur - Sovetskaya Gavan
Table 10. The pattern of railway freight traffic by types of freight in 2005-2009, mln t (by railway transport for general use)
Table 11. The shares of basic kinds of goods in the total volume of the railway freight traffic (by railway transport for general use), %
Table 12. Characteristics of Port Vladivostok berths
Table 13. The volumes of freight handling in JSC Port Vostochny in 2005-2010, th. tonnes
Table 14. Berths of Port Vostochny, at which ferrous metals, coal, coke, scrap and iron ore may be transshipped
Table 15. Berths of Port Vanino, at which ferrous metals, coal, coke, scrap and iron ore may be transshipped
Table 16. World imports of steam coal in 2009-2016, mln t
Table 17. Supply of coal for export through the ports and border crossings of the Far East, mln t


LIST OF FIGURES:
Figure 1. Coal production in Russia in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 2. Coal production in Russia by the main basins in 2007-2010, mln t
Figure 3. Coal production in Russia by methods in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 4. The structure of coal production in Russia by Federal Districts in 2009-2010,%
Figure 5. Coal production in Russia by type in 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 6. Production of coking coal by the largest companies in 2010, th. tonnes
Figure 7. Investments in fixed assets of coal enterprises in 2000-2010, bln rub.
Figure 8. Dynamics of export and import of coal in Russia 2005-2010, mln t
Figure 9. Dynamics of export of coal from Russia to Eastern and South-East Asia in 2005-2010 (mln t), the share of the region in the total Russian exports (%)
Figure 10. The scheme of the East-Siberian Railway
Figure 11. The scheme of the West-Siberian Railway
Figure 12. The scheme of the Krasnoyarsk Railway
Figure 13. The scheme of the Far Eastern Railway
Figure 14. The scheme of Port Vladivostok
Figure 15. The scheme of Port Vostochny
Figure 16. The scheme of Port Vanino
Figure 17. The scheme of Port Nakhodka

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