About the company
The Elga Coal Complex (ECC) is a group of companies that extract, transport and sell high-quality coking coals. Within the Wood Mackenzie classification system (based on volatile matter, rank and strength), the Elga brands would be classified as semi-hard coking coals (in Russian coal classification: fat goal (Zh), gas fat (GZh) and gas fat lean (GZHO).
We produce premium quality coking coal with very low sulphur and phosphorus content. The Elga deposit can be compared to Australian coal assets such as Goonyella and Gregory.
Operating company, holds the license for the right to use the subsoil at the Elga deposit
Elga-road Co. Ltd
Operator of the railway from Ulak to Elga. It is the largest private railway line in Russia with a length of 321 km
Service company to maintain the railway line from Ulak to Elga and provide transportation of coal
A transport and logistics company that handles domestic, export-import and through shipments
The company extracts and processes coal, transports goods using specialized vehicles and develops projects for industrial processes and production related to mining.
The company is engaged in designing and building processing plants with a capacity of 3.5 million tonnes per year each as part of a technological complex to process coal from the Elga deposit
The Elga Coal Complex is managed by Management Company Elgacoal LLC – a team that has deep market expertise and experience in launching large-scale coal projects over a short period of time.
The Elga coal deposit is Russia's largest coking coal asset with reserves exceeding 2.2 billion tonnes under JORC standards. In 2020 A-Property LLC completed the acquisition of a 51% stake in ECC. Afterwards, a development plan to 2023 was created:
Performance goals for 2023
of run-of-mine coking coal extraction per year
of refined coking coal per year
new jobs will be created
in investments to develop the deposit, railway and port infrastructure
Elga-Ulak railway development plan
carrying capacity, million tonnes per year
Production plan to 2035
million tonnes per yearextractionshipping