Горная добыча и металлургия
En+ Group controls market-leading facilities in the metals and mining sector. The Group’s holdings include RUSAL, the world’s largest producer of aluminium and one of the largest producers of alumina. The Group’s strategy for the development of its metals and mining facilities is aimed at expanding its raw materials base, increasing operational efficiency and reducing the environmental impact of its activities.
En+ Group’s key priorities in the metals and mining sector:
- Increasing efficiency across the Group’s operations
- Strengthening and expanding its holdings of the raw materials needed for the production of non-ferrous metals
- Increasing the energy security of the Group’s operations by developing a secure base of power generation resources
- Minimizing the environmental impact of the group’s activities by modernising production facilities and introducing eco-friendly technologies
- Developing and introducing new cutting-edge production technologies
- Building and commissioning new, technologically advanced metals and mining facilities
RUSAL is the world’s largest producer of aluminium and one of the largest producers of alumina globally. The company has production facilities and representative offices in 19 countries across five continents. RUSAL’s strategic objectives include the development of its own energy and raw materials base, as well as boosting the output of aluminium alloys for which demand is growing.
- Established in 2000, RUSAL became the leader in the global aluminium industry in 2007 as a result of the merger with SUAL and the alumina assets of Switzerland’s Glencore.
- The company is made up of 40 plants located across the globe. These include aluminium smelters, alumina refineries, foil mills, bauxite mines, aluminium powder plants, silicon factories, secondary aluminium plants, foil mills, cryolite and cathode plants.
- In 2010 RUSAL listed its shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and NYSE Euronext in Paris. RUSAL’s RDRs (Russian Depositary Receipts) are traded on the MICEX and RTS exchanges.
|Locations||Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, Kazakhstan, China, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, Australia, Nigeria, Guyana, Jamaica, Guinea|
|Products||Primary aluminium and aluminium alloys, alumina, foil|
|Annual production capacity||
|Customers||The transport, construction, packaging, automotive and energy industries, as well as producers of consumer goods|
|Largest production facilities||Krasnoyarsk and Bratsk aluminium smelters (capacity one million tonnes of aluminium per year), Irkutsk aluminium smelter (capacity 529 million tonnes of aluminium per year).|
In 2006 RUSAL commissioned the Khakas aluminium smelter, a new facility built from scratch. The smelter's capacity is 300 000 tonnes of aluminium per year. RUSAL is currently building two new production facilities in Siberia — the Boguchanskoye energy and metals complex in the Krasnoyarsk territory, and the Taishet smelter in the Irkutsk region.
RUSAL places a strong emphasis on modernising its production facilities. Between 2005 and 2010, the company modernised the Irkutsk aluminium smelter. Between 2004 and 2009 it upgraded the Krasnoyarsk smelter, one of the group's largest production facilities. RUSAL is currently conducting a large-scale modernisation of the Sayanogorsk aluminium smelter. As a result of the modernisation the smelter will increase the share of alloys in its overall output to 80 per cent.
|Management||Chief Executive Officer – Vladislav Solovyev|
13-1 Nikoloyamskaya str., Moscow, Russia, 109240
SMR manages a number of mining, processing and production facilities. SMR is Russia's largest producer of ferromolybdenum. The company controls five percent of the global ferromolybdenum market. SMR’s development strategy is aimed at boosting production of ferromolybdenum, expanding the company’s raw materials base, and bolstering its position in key markets.
- SMR’s activities span the full production cycle, from ore mining to producing ferromolybdenum and its by-products.
- The company is developing the Sorsk deposit, which contains about 58.1 million tonnes of confirmed ore reserves, and the Zhireken deposit, which contains about 57.3 million tonnes of forecast ore reserves.
- In 2012 SMR produced 7,010 tonnes of ferromolybdenum and 14,960 tonnes of copper concentrate.
|Locations||Moscow (headquarters), the Transbaikal area, Khakassia|
|Products||Ferromolybdenum, molybdenum concentrate, copper concentrate|
|Customers||The ferrous metals and chemical industries, producers of catalysts, lubricants and pigments|
In 2011 SMR produced:
SMR’s expansion program includes the development of the Chinea deposit in the Transbaikal territory. This consists of the Rudny field (containing copper reserves) and the Magnitny field (containing reserves of iron ore, titanium and vanadium)
|Employees||Over 2,000 people|
|Management||Chief Executive Officer – Evgeniy Masternak|
En+ Coal manages the coal mining assets of the En+ Group. The company is developing deposits containing about 400 million tonnes of coal.
- En+ Coal was established in 2008
- En+ Coal is engaged in the development of the Kaa-Khemsky and Chadansky coal deposits in Tuva, in addition to a coal deposit in Yakutia
- In 2012 total coal production was 61 million tonnes
|Locations||The Tuva and Sakha Republics|
|Coal reserves||400 million tonnes|
The Tuva Mining Company: two coal fields, a road transport shop
Erchim-Tkhan: two coal fields, a complex of above-ground facilities
Producers of electrical energy and ferrous metals
Erchim-Tkhan’s key expansion project is the construction of the new Chulmakanskaya mine with a projected capacity of 1.25 million tonnes of coal per year. Construction is scheduled to start in 2012, with the mine expected to come on-stream between 2014 and 2015.
|Employees||Over 7,000 people|
|Management||Chief Executive Officer – Evgeny Masternak|
|Contact Information||1A, Granatnyi per., Moscow, Russia, 123001
Тел.: +7 (495) 642-7937