Republika Srpska: EFT’s Doboj mine “Stanari” delivered 883,000 tons of coal in 2013, SEE Energy News
Coal Mine “Stanari” near Doboj, which operates within the “EFT” group from London, produced last year and has delivered 883,000 tons of coal, the director of the mine and power plant “Stanari” Ivica Jakovljevic confirmed. EFT as private investor is the pioneer in energy investments, its Stanari TPP project is the first in the last 30 years which will be constructed in the region of SEE.
– With about 7,000,000 tons of discovered coal, how much production plan is for this year, we will be completely ready for the start of TPP “Stanari”, whose trial operation is expected in 2015 – said Jakovljevic.
According to him, the excavations on the plateau of future power plant, which began 16 April last year, has so far built 26,000 cubic meters of concrete and 2,200 tons of metal fittings, and set 25 meters high mounting construction of boiler plant of TPP “Stanari”.
Jakovljevic recalled that representatives of the “EFT Group” signed a contract with the Chinese company “Dongfang Electric Corporation” on May 5th 2010 for the construction and equipping of TPP “Stanari”, with capacity of 300 MW, with planned annual production of 2,000 gigawatt hours of electricity, with consumption of 2.3 million tons of coal.
He pointed out that TPP “Stanari”, once completed, will be the first power plant in southeastern Europe whose work will be in line with technological and ecological standards of the EU, for which there is no danger of pollution of the Doboj area and the surrounding area.
– In the area Stranari are geologically examined stocks of 150 million tons of coal sulfur free, which fully meets the European environmental standards – added Jakovljevic.
Source; Serbia Energy See Desk
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