Bogdanka coal mine
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The Bogdanka coal mine is a major thermal coal mine in Poland which is owned and operated by Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka S.A.. The mine is located near Lublin in southeast Poland.
In 2011 the mine produced approximately 5.8 million tonnes of coal.
Coal from the mine is supplied to the Kozienice Power Plant under a long term agreement to other industrial customers including cement producers. In 2010 Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka entered into an agreement that from 2016 it would supply the proposed 1000 megawatt Ostroleka C power station, an expansion of the existing Ostroleka power station. Platts reported that "Bogdanka said it may terminate the contract if financing and a design, order and construction contract for the new unit have not been secured by the end of June 2012."
Articles and Resources
- "About the company", Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka S.A. website, accessed September 2012.
- "Enea to start a 1000MW coal-fired project in 2012," Cleantech Poland, January 24, 2012.
- "Polish coal miner Bogdanka to supply Ostroleka power plant", Platts October 20, 2010.
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