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SUEK (also known as the Siberian Coal Energy Company), is a privately-owned company which is the largest producer of thermal coal in Russia. It has also invested in a range of Siberian and Far Eastern electricity generation companies which it states have an installed capacity of 13 gigawatts.[1]

In 2007, SUEK produced 90.9 million tons of coal of which 25.8 million tons was exported.[1]

A November 2007 presentation to investment analysts by the President of BHP Billiton Coal, Dave Murray, noted that Drummond had an 4% share of the global coal export trade, making it the eight largest coal exporter in the world.[2]

Ownership

On its website the company states that 99.84% of its shares are owned by Donalink Ltd.[3]

Contact Details

Website: http://www.suek.ru/en/index.php (English)

Articles and Resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 SUEK, "Key facts", SUEK website, accessed August 2008.
  2. Dave Murray, "BHP Billiton Coal CSG Anlayst Visit: Hunter Valley Energy Coal", BHP Billiton, November 2nd, 2007.
  3. SUEK, "Capital Structure", SUEK website, accessed August 2008.

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