Vinacoal

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Vinacoal a state-owned company which operates all the state-owned coal mining and coal processing companies in Vietnam. It was established as a subsidiary of the Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) in 2005.[1]

Coal mining

The USGS reports that Vinacoal "controlled about 20 coal-producing subsidiaries" which were:

  • Vinacomin Cao Son Coal Joint-Stock Company,
  • Vinacomin Coc Sau Coal Joint-Stock Company,
  • Vinacomin Deo Nai Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Dong Bac Company,
  • Vinacomin Duong Huy Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Ha Lam Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Ha Long Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Ha Tu Joint-Stock Company,
  • Vinacomin Hongay Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Inland Coal Holding Company,
  • Vinacomin Mao Khe Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Mine Construction Company,
  • Vinacomin Minerals Corporation,
  • Vinacomin Mong Duong Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Nui Beo Coal Joint-Stock Company,
  • Vinacomin Quang Hanh Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin South-West Da Mai Joint-Stock Company,
  • Vinacomin Thong Nhat Coal Company,
  • Vinacomin Uong Bi Coal Holding Co. Ltd.; and
  • Vinacomin Vang Danh Coal Company.

Other coal-related business subsidiaries of Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) are Vinacomin Cua Ong Coal Preparation Company, Vinacomin Hongay Coal Preparation Company, and Vinacomin Port Company.

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References

  1. John C. Wu, "The Mineral Industry of Vietnam", U.S. Geological Survey, June 2009.

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