Bełchatów Coal Mine

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Bełchatów coal mine
Bełchatów Lignite Coal Mine.jpg
Location
Bełchatów coal mine is located in Poland
Bełchatów coal mine
Bełchatów coal mine
Location in Poland
LocationBełchatów
townŁódź Voivodeship
CountryPoland
Coordinates51°14′01″N 019°18′46″E / 51.23361°N 19.31278°E / 51.23361; 19.31278Coordinates: 51°14′01″N 019°18′46″E / 51.23361°N 19.31278°E / 51.23361; 19.31278
Production
ProductsCoal
Production50,000,000
History
Opened1955
Owner
CompanyKopalnia Wegla Brunatnego Bełchatów

The Bełchatów coal mine is a large mine in the centre of Poland in Bełchatów, Łódź Voivodeship, 150 km west of the capital, Warsaw. Bełchatów represents one of the largest coal reserve in Poland having estimated reserves of 1,930 million tonnes of lignite coal.[1] In 2015, the mine produced 42.1 million tonnes of lignite (66.7% of Poland’s total lignite production).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "References" (PDF). poltegor.pl. 2010. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-03-13. Retrieved 2010-09-28.
  2. ^ "Poland". Euracoal. Euracoal. Retrieved 21 November 2017.

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