RUSAL’s main products are primary aluminium, aluminium alloys, foil and alumina. The company has access to vast resources of raw materials and provides the entire production cycle. find out more

Sustainable development
In 2009 RUSAL completed a large-scale project to modernise the Krasnoyarsk smelter. The renovation resulted in in its production efficiency increasing considerably and a reduction in its emissions. find out more

Bogatyr Komir

Bogatyr Komir, which develops a rich Ekibastuz coal deposit in Central Asia, is the fastest growing fuel producer across Russia and Kazakhstan

  • A 50/50 joint venture between RUSAL and Kazakh national welfare fund Samruk Kazyna
  • Develops theEkibastuz deposit from the Severny and Bogatyr fields, which together contain approx. 3 billion tonnes of coal
  • Accounts for 42% of the total coal output in Kazakhstan


22 km from Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan (Pavlodar region)




Russian and Kazakh power plants

Annual production capacity

46 million tonnes of coal (combined annual capacity of Severny and Bogatyr fields)

Mining technology

Opencast method


Bogatyr Komir plans to increase the coal output to 58 million tonnes through the Severny field reconstruction that is expected to increase the mine capacity to 18 million tonnes per annum by 2020.

The facility also intends to modernize the Bogatyr mine and switch it to the automated conveyer use.

Furthermore, Bogatyr Komir is currently implementing a number of projects to reduce its impact on the environment. Among other things, the facility is introducing an underground waste disposal system. One dump storage area will remain in the facility, down from seven in 2000. The mine is now being furnished with dust captures and aspiration systems to considerably cut its emissions.


ISO 14001:2004 (environmental management standard)

ISO 9001: 2001 (quality management standard)


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