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Russia, the United States, and Kazakhstan were major suppliers of coal.
15:47, 11 July 2019
Anthracite reserves decreased by 11.8%, to 329,000 tonnes.
13:20, 05 July 2019
From March 2017 to December 2018, Russian occupation forces exported almost 6 million tonnes of anthracite mined in the areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions under their control.
22:40, 26 June 2019
The plant has enough coal only for 41 days of stable operation.
19:45, 11 June 2019
Russia, the United States, and Kazakhstan were major suppliers of coal to Ukraine in the first five months.
12:40, 11 June 2019
The Luhansk TPP can get anthracite only from Russia.
16:35, 07 November 2018
In September, Ukraine imported 1.48 million mt of coal, down from 1.81 million mt in September 2017, but up from 1.27 million mt in August.
15:27, 10 October 2018
Thanks to measures already taken to transfer TPPs to Ukrainian gas grade coal, the country cut anthracite imports by half.
11:40, 01 September 2018
In general, coal stocks at Ukraine's TPPs fell by 2.8% over the period under review, to 1.229 million tonnes.
11:40, 09 August 2018
The official also notes the ongoing rise in gas grade coal consumption.
09:00, 07 March 2018
<p>In the first half of 2017, the company imported 2.572 million tonnes of coal, which was 11.6 times up year-over-year 2016.</p>
15:27, 14 February 2018
<p>Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Kistion says Ukraine in 2017 almost halved consumption of anthracite coal whose stocks in Ukraine are insufficient, having used 4.8 million tonnes of anthracite at its thermal power plants.</p>
16:31, 16 January 2018
<p>Ukraine increased foreign exchange costs for imports of hard coal and anthracite by 1.87 times in 2017, to US$2.744 billion from $1.467 billion in 2016, according to the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine.</p>
13:00, 09 January 2018
<p>According to the results of 2017, Ukraine will reduce consumption of scarce coal of anthracite group by almost two times, up to 5 million tonnes year-over-year (y-o-y), according to the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, referring to Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Kistion.</p>
15:20, 11 December 2017
<p>Ukraine's largest private energy holding DTEK has received 75,000 tonnes of gas coal delivered by a cargo ship from the United States to the port of Chornomorsk in Odesa region, according to the company's press service.</p>
11:49, 21 November 2017
<p>A third batch of 80,000 tonnes of coal from the United States was delivered by the MG EXPLORER vessel to the state-run Yuzhny ("Southern") Sea Commercial Port in Odesa region on November 9 for Ukraine's major power generating company PJSC Centrenergo, according to the port's press service.</p>
12:44, 10 November 2017
<p>Ukraine in January-October 2017 boosted coal imports in monetary terms by 1.8 times year-over-year (y-o-y), to US$2.151 billion, according to the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine.</p>
15:01, 07 November 2017
<p>A second batch of 60,000 tonnes of coal from the United States was on October 12 delivered by the Victoria vessel to the state-run Yuzhny ("Southern") Sea Commercial Port in Odesa region for one of Ukraine's major power generating companies PJSC Centrenergo, according to the port's press service.</p>
15:43, 13 October 2017
<p>Stocks of anthracite coal at Ukrainian thermal power plants (TPP) shrank by 7.5% on September 13-20, 2017, to 513,300 tonnes, according to the Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Ministry's press service.</p>
14:25, 20 September 2017
<p>Ukraine's largest private energy holding DTEK has received its fifth 75,000-tonne batch of anthracite coal in the port of Yuzhny near Odesa, according to the company's press service.</p>
12:55, 19 September 2017