Eesti Energia Kaevandused
|Area served||North–east Estonia|
|Key people||Veljo Aleksandrov (CEO)|
Eesti Energia Kaevandused ("Mines of Estonian Energy") (former name: Eesti Põlevkivi ("Estonian Oil Shale")) is a mining subsidiary of Eesti Energia, an Estonian state-owned energy company. The core activity of Eesti Energia Kaevandused is oil-shale mining in the north-east of Estonia. The produced oil shale is mainly used to fuel oil shale-fired power stations in north–east Estonia. The company has 3,150 employees. The chief executive officer is Veljo Aleksandrov.
Eesti Energia Kaevandused were established in June 1945 as Eesti Põlevkivi. It was created by merging Kukruse and K‰va II mines. In 1946, it took over Viivikonna mine.
Eesti Energia Kaevandused has following subsidiaries:
- Estonia Underground Mine - oil-shale mining
- Narva Open-Cast - oil-shale mining
- AS Põlevkivi Raudtee - rail transportation
- Orica Eesti OÜ (35% of shares) - production of explosives
Põlevkivi Raudtee's train transporting oil-shale near Ahtme.
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