Construction of $35 million, 40 km rail line is the solution to Russia’s refusal to allow coal shipments from DTEK coal mines in Russia to DTEK’s power plant in Luhansk
Friday, November 9, 2018

Construction of $35 million, 40 km rail line is the solution to Russia’s refusal to allow coal shipments from DTEK coal mines in Russia to DTEK’s power plant in Luhansk

Construction of $35 million, 40 km rail line is the solution to Russia’s refusal to allow coal shipments from DTEK coal mines in Russia to DTEK’s power plant in Luhansk, Dmitry Saharuk, General Director of DTEK Energy, tells reporters in Dnipro. With the energy security of the 1 million residents of government-controlled Luhansk at stake, DTEK asks Ukrzaliznytsia to build the spur line, a one year project. Earlier this week, DTEK ran out of coal and switched to gas, a move that will cost local electricity users $10-20 million a month.

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