Tamnava Zapad mine

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The Tamnava Zapad is a coal mine owned and operated by MB Kolubara, a subsidiary of Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), Serbia's state-run power utility.

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Background

MB Kolubara also operates the Polje B mine, the Polje D mine and the Tamnava Istok mine. Between them the four mines produce approximately three-quarters of the lignite in Serbia and supply EPS's TPP Kolubara Power Plant, TPP Nikola Tesla Power Plant and the TPP Morava Power Plant.[1] [2]

EPS has another coal mining subsidiary, OPM Kostolac, which supplies coal for the TPP Kostolac Power Plant.[3]

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Sources

  1. Elektroprivreda Srbije, "About Us: Basic Data: Economic Assosiation for Coal Production, processing and Transport MB Kolubara plc", Elektroprivreda Srbije website, accessed July 2011.
  2. Elektroprivreda Srbije, "About Us: Basic Data: Facilities for coal production, processing and transport ", Elektroprivreda Srbije website, accessed July 2011.
  3. Elektroprivreda Srbije, "About Us: Basic Data: Facilities for coal production, processing and transport OPM "Kostolac"", Elektroprivreda Srbije website, accessed July 2011.

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