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Metinvest - Appalachia coal mines

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24 April 2018

Metinvest - Appalachia coal mines

Report summary

Metinvest, a Ukraine-based conglomerate that is vertically integrated across the steel value chain, acquired United Coal Co. of West Virginia in 2009, gaining control of five mine complexes in the Appalachian region. Due to market conditions and reserve depletion, just one of these mine complexes and the Affinity mine that started up in 2010 are currently operating. In 2018, we expect the mines to produce 2 Mst of metallurgical coal for steel companies and merchant coke producers in the US and abroad.

Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • Summary
    • Key issues
  • Location maps
  • Participation
  • Geology
  • Reserves and resources
  • Production
  • Operations
  • Infrastructure
  • Costs
  • Sales contracts
  • Economic assumptions

Tables and charts

This report includes 17 images and tables including:

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Metinvest's Central Appalachia operations
  • Metinvest's Northern Appalachia operations
  • Participation
  • Coal seams
  • Marketable reserves (as of 01/01/2018)
  • Production
  • Mine summary 2018
  • Infrastructure
  • Cash costs 2018 (US$/short ton)
  • Project cash costs (real 2018 basis, US$/short ton)
  • Company average cash costs and margin (US$/short ton)
  • Cash costs
  • Capital costs (US$ million)
  • Product quality
  • Product quality
  • Economic assumptions

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