Port of Ust-Luga
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Port of Ust-Luga has two coal terminals and is located in the southern part of Luga Bay of the Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea, about 120 km from Saint-Petersburg in Northern Russia. It is operated by JSC Rosterminalugol.
The Rosterminalugol terminal has 2 berths of 240 m in length. The terminal is also equipped for cleaning coal from metal admixtures.
The other terminal at Port of Ust-Luga is called the Multipurpose Reloading Complex. This terminal has 1 berth of 350 m in length and is used as a facility for handling coal. Coal is exported to the UK and Scandinavian countries.
In 2014, coal exports via the terminal rose 5% from 2013, to 15.45 million tonnes.
- Sponsor: JSC Rosterminalugol
- Location: Northern Russia
- Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 16
- Status: Existing
- Type: Exports (UK and Scandinavian countries)
- Source of Coal:
Articles and Resources
- "Rosterminalugol" SUEK AG homepage, accessed September 2, 2011.
- "Multipurpose Reloading Complex" SUEK AG homepage, accessed September 2, 2011 and June 5, 2015
- "Coal exports via Rosterminalugol terminal hit 6 mln t milestone," Port News, May 19, 2015