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73 coal mines in Inner Mongolia resumes production as of 11 Feb

2020-02-14 16:01:33   【Print】
The Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Department of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region announced on February 12 that Inner Mongolia is accelerating the resumption of production in coal mines and expects to fully resume production in late March.Asian Metal CopyrightThe Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Department of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region announced on February 12 that Inner Mongolia is accelerating the resumption of production in coal mines and expects to fully resume production in late March.Asian Metal Copyright At present, coal supply tends to be normal, and the average daily sales volume of coal to other provinces has exceeded 1 million tons.

Zhang Zhanjun, deputy director of the Energy Bureau of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that as of February 11, a total of 73 coal mines in Inner Mongolia had resumed production with an annual capacity of 241 million tons. In Inner Mongolia, 113 coal mines are under normal production with the capacity of 657 million tons, accounting for 68.Asian Metal CopyrightThe Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Department of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region announced on February 12 that Inner Mongolia is accelerating the resumption of production in coal mines and expects to fully resume production in late March.Asian Metal Copyright3% of coal mine production capacity in 2019.Asian Metal Copyright In Inner Mongolia, 113 coal mines are under normal production with the capacity of 657 million tons, accounting for 68.Asian Metal Copyright Another 26 coal mines can restart operation before the end of February, and all coal mines are expected to resume production in late March.

With the acceleration of coal mine production resumption, coal supply from Inner Mongolia becomes normal. According to statistics, on February 11, Inner Mongolia produced 1.Asian Metal Copyright76 million tons of coal, up by 17% from February 1, and nearly 80% of the same period of the previous year; Inner Mongolia sold 1.Asian Metal Copyright76 million tons of coal, up by 17% from February 1, and nearly 80% of the same period of the previous year; Inner Mongolia sold 1.Asian Metal CopyrightThe Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Department of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region announced on February 12 that Inner Mongolia is accelerating the resumption of production in coal mines and expects to fully resume production in late March.Asian Metal Copyright88 million tons of coal, up by 550,000t from February 1.
.Asian Metal Copyright Zhang Zhanjun, deputy director of the Energy Bureau of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that as of February 11, a total of 73 coal mines in Inner Mongolia had resumed production with an annual capacity of 241 million tons.Asian Metal Copyright