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  • Ukraine: WB to support in coal industry restructuring

    The World Bank intends to support the mitigation of social and environmental impacts of the coal industry restructuring in Ukraine, according to the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection. “The World Bank, with the support of the European Commission and other international financial institutions, intends to support the mitigation of social and environmental impacts as

  • EU-funded Coal Sector Policy Support Interfax-Ukraine

    – Ukraine should close 29 non-productive coalmines by 2016, according to a master plan drawn up as a result of the completion of the EU-funded Coal Sector Policy Support Programme. According to programme experts, the closure of such number of coal producing companies will require the injection of about UAH 4 billion, and UAH 5 billion more

  • EU-funded Project: Coal Sector Policy Support Programme

    Mar 15, 2011· Coal Sector Policy Support Programme, September 2008 June 2011 Beneficiary: Ministry of Coal Industry of Ukraine Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

  • «TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF COAL PRODUCTION AND USAGE

    Coal production in Ukraine: Economic and social aspects — Mykhailo Volynets, Chairman, Independent Trade Union of Miners of Ukraine Social policy in the context of reforms in the Ukrainian coal industry — Victor Turmanov, Chairman, Trade Union of Coal Industry Workers of Ukraine; EU Coal Regions in Transition — Torsten Woellert, Support Group for Ukraine

  • Ukraine’s power sector is set for a major transition

    Jun 20, 2018· Ukraine’s nuclear power industry also remains heavily dependent on Russia, despite some considerable fuel diversification efforts and new supply contracts with Westinghouse The majority of Ukrainian coal power capacities were commissioned in the

  • Author: Oleg Savitsky
  • Metals and mining in Ukraine CCIPU
    Executive SummarySector OverviewLeading PlayersList of ReferencesMetals and mining sector in Ukraine is represented by ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy which includes variety of processing stages starting from mining and raw materials enrichment and ending with production of metals and alloys. Ferrous metallurgy produces iron ore and ferrous metals including steel, pig iron (with a carbon content of a few percent) and alloys of iron with other metals (such as stainless steel and other types of alloyed steel). Nonferrous metallurgy produces aluminum, copp...
  • Mining Ukraine: as strikes hit hard what lies ahead for a
    Ukraine’s Wage Arrears Continue to GrowSeparatist ComplicationsA Time For CommunicationToday there are about 150 mines operating in Ukraine, of which 90 are state-owned and run by the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry (MECI). It is these state-run operations that are currently struggling, building up the huge wage arrears that have sparked protests, demonstrations and strikes since 2015. This is particularly evident in the eastern regions of Ukraine, such as the towns of Selidovo and Novogrodovka, where action haSee more on mining-technology
  • The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine

    The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine : advancing restructuring to the benefit of all (English) Abstract. Recognition of the dynamic nature of developments in the coal sector since restructuring was initiated (in particular, as it concerns the long-term nature of the impact of mine closures on impacted communities), led to the Government and the Bank agreement...

  • The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine

    The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine : advancing restructuring to the benefit of all (Ukrainian) Abstract. Recognition of the dynamic nature of developments in the coal sector since restructuring was initiated (in particular, as it concerns the long-term nature of the impact of mine closures on impacted communities), led to the Government and the Bank agreement...

  • Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished

    This publication is part of Carnegie’s Reforming Ukraine project and is supported in part by grants from the Center for East European and International Studies (Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien, ZOiS) and the Open Society Foundations.. The weaknesses of Ukraine’s energy sector since independence in 1991 shine a spotlight on the foundational link between energy security

  • Ukraine: coal industry in need of state support The

    Ukraine’s coal industry needs state support in order to prepare for the heating season of 2016-2017. “Without the state support coalminers will have problems this heating season. I think the government will find funds to provide for the difference in product price”, said the minister of energy and coal industry Igor Nasalik. (Ukrainian metal)

  • Occupational safety and health in the mining industry in

    In Ukraine, the coal mining industry is a major contributor to the economy. However, it is among the most hazardous industrial sectors which still causes a high number of work accidents and occupational diseases. Ukraine is facing huge challenges in improving occupational safety and health (OSH) in the mining industry. The purpose of this report is to provide a comprehensive review of the

  • EU-funded Coal Sector Policy Support Interfax-Ukraine

    – Ukraine should close 29 non-productive coalmines by 2016, according to a master plan drawn up as a result of the completion of the EU-funded Coal Sector Policy Support Programme.

  • «TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF COAL PRODUCTION AND

    Coal production in Ukraine: Economic and social aspects — Mykhailo Volynets, Chairman, Independent Trade Union of Miners of Ukraine Social policy in the context of reforms in the Ukrainian coal industry — Victor Turmanov, Chairman, Trade Union of Coal Industry Workers of Ukraine; EU Coal Regions in Transition — Torsten Woellert, Support Group for Ukraine

  • Ukrainian coal miners demand industry support IndustriALL

    Mar 18, 2016· Around 500 coal miners from all over Ukraine gathered in Kiev on 17 March and picketed the parliament building demanding it adopt two draft laws to settle some pressing socio-economical issues of the Ukrainian coal mining industry.

  • The World Bank will support Ukraine in the restructuring

    The World Bank, with the support of the European Commission and other international financial institutions, is ready to provide support in mitigating social and environmental consequences as part of the restructuring of the coal industry and the transition to a “green” economy, as well as the socio-economic conversion of coal regions.

  • Ending Coal India's monopoly, government opens coal mining

    Announcing the decision taken by the CCEA, Coal and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said the reform is expected to bring efficiency in the coal sector by moving from an era of monopoly to competition.

  • 2017. Trends and Prospects of Coal Productionand Usage in

    Jun 14, 2017· Social policy in the context of reforms in the Ukrainian coal industry — Victor Turmanov, Chairman, Trade Union of Coal Industry Workers of Ukraine; EU Coal Regions in Transition— Torsten Woellert, Support Group for Ukraine; UK experience of coal industry restructuring — Creena Lavery, British Embassy in Ukraine

  • Metals and mining in Ukraine CCIPU

    Overview of Ukrainian metals and mining sector includes analysis of structure, trends and developments, leading players, organizations and legislation of metals and mining market. Description output and consumption trends, prices for metals and key raw materials in Ukraine, opportunities and Ukrainian steel capacities

  • Mining Ukraine: as strikes hit hard what lies ahead for a

    Apr 10, 2018· Coal miners in Ukraine have once again been on strike, with thousands of state-owned Selidivvugillya’s workers downing tools in protest against unpaid wages. With millions of dollars of wage arrears building up, fears are growing for the sustainability of the coal industry

  • The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine

    The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine : advancing restructuring to the benefit of all (English) Abstract. Recognition of the dynamic nature of developments in the coal sector since restructuring was initiated (in particular, as it concerns the long-term nature of the impact of mine closures on impacted communities), led to the Government and the Bank agreement...

  • The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine

    The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine : advancing restructuring to the benefit of all (Ukrainian) Abstract. Recognition of the dynamic nature of developments in the coal sector since restructuring was initiated (in particular, as it concerns the long-term nature of the impact of mine closures on impacted communities), led to the Government and the Bank agreement...

  • Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished

    This publication is part of Carnegie’s Reforming Ukraine project and is supported in part by grants from the Center for East European and International Studies (Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien, ZOiS) and the Open Society Foundations.. The weaknesses of Ukraine’s energy sector since independence in 1991 shine a spotlight on the foundational link between energy security

  • Mixed signals from the Ukraine’s coal mining industry

    UPI also reported that “70% of Ukraine’s coal mines are state-owned, with 80% of them unprofitable and requiring subsidies of up $160 million per year to keep them running. In all, the Ukrainian state mining sector lost $1 billion over the first seven months of 2013, up 34.2% from year-earlier figures,” Kommersant-Ukraine said.

  • What Is Killing the US Coal Industry? SIEPR

    Motivating the political focus on coal is a simple pair of facts: Coal production in the United States has declined recently after a half century of growth, and employment in the coal industry has dropped for years. This Policy Brief explores the arguments made to explain those declines.

  • Ukraine: coal industry in need of state support The

    Ukraine’s coal industry needs state support in order to prepare for the heating season of 2016-2017. “Without the state support coalminers will have problems this heating season. I think the government will find funds to provide for the difference in product price”, said the minister of energy and coal industry Igor Nasalik. (Ukrainian metal)

  • Poland the voice of coal in Europe

    Since the beginning of the 1990s, the Polish mining industry has been going through a process of transformation. Hard coal production decreased from 177.4 million tonnes in 1989 to 63.4 million tonnes in 2018. Over the same period, employment in the Polish hard coal mining sector decreased from 407 000 to 82 843 employees at the end of 2018.

  • Occupational safety and health in the mining industry in

    In Ukraine, the coal mining industry is a major contributor to the economy. However, it is among the most hazardous industrial sectors which still causes a high number of work accidents and occupational diseases. Ukraine is facing huge challenges in improving occupational safety and health (OSH) in the mining industry. The purpose of this report is to provide a comprehensive review of the

  • Ukrainian coal miners demand industry support IndustriALL

    Mar 18, 2016· Around 500 coal miners from all over Ukraine gathered in Kiev on 17 March and picketed the parliament building demanding it adopt two draft laws to settle some pressing socio-economical issues of the Ukrainian coal mining industry.

  • The World Bank will support Ukraine in the restructuring

    The World Bank will support Ukraine in the restructuring of the coal industry 04 February 2020 At a technical meeting, experts from the World Bank and the European Commission discussed the importance of interaction between central executive bodies, in particular, the Ministry of Energy, local authorities and international organizations in

  • Analysis: Problems In Ukraine's Coal Industry Run Deep

    Ukraine's coal industry has been in a critical state of health for decades and survives mainly due to subsidies from Kyiv, which amounted to some $2 billion in 2003 and 2004.

  • Ending Coal India's monopoly, government opens coal mining

    Announcing the decision taken by the CCEA, Coal and Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said the reform is expected to bring efficiency in the coal sector by moving from an era of monopoly to competition.

  • 2017. Trends and Prospects of Coal Productionand Usage in

    Jun 14, 2017· Proper attention to the situation in the coal sector and coal-fired generation will help Ukraine strengthen its role as a responsible European country in building up relations with the European Union in line with the Memorandum of Understanding on a Strategic Energy Partnership signed in Brussels on 24 November 2016.

  • Metals and mining in Ukraine CCIPU

    The diagram below demonstrates Ukraine’s metals and mining sector output and structure in dynamics. Ukraine’s mining and metals sector output, m tons As can be seen from the diagram above on the whole output of metals and mining sector in Ukraine tends to grow, except for 2008 when global metal markets collapsed due to the world financial

  • In Ukraine’s Donbas, mines are facing flooding — and

    Mar 12, 2019· In Ukraine’s once proud mining region of Donbas, war, mismanagement and a stretched economy are combining to create an environmental catastrophe in the coal mining industry.

  • US coal sector struggling to find a place in an ESG world

    Rather than excluding coal, ESG screeners could instead look to some of the things the industry and specific companies are doing to provide the fuel more responsibly. Consol was applauded for its ESG disclosures in the past by a B. Riley FBR analyst who has suggested that early adopters of ESG principles in the coal sector will be able to

  • The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine

    The coal sector and mining communities of Ukraine : advancing restructuring to the benefit of all (Ukrainian) Abstract. Recognition of the dynamic nature of developments in the coal sector since restructuring was initiated (in particular, as it concerns the long-term nature of the impact of mine closures on impacted communities), led to the Government and the Bank agreement...

  • Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished

    This publication is part of Carnegie’s Reforming Ukraine project and is supported in part by grants from the Center for East European and International Studies (Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien, ZOiS) and the Open Society Foundations.. The weaknesses of Ukraine’s energy sector since independence in 1991 shine a spotlight on the foundational link between energy security