Kolmar was set up in 2004. The first enterprise from which we started out as a company was CJSC Yakutskie Ugli - New Technologies, which secured a license for coal mining in the Central and Northern areas of the Eastern part of Chulmakan deposit.
Stages of development
2016 — Inaglinskaya-1 coal preparation plant was put into operation as part of Kolmar’s long-term development strategy. A power transmission line and substation of GOK Inaglinskiy were built.
2015 — The second phase of Denisovskaya mine was commissioned and Inaglinskiy open-pit coal mine was built within the license area in the Western part of Chulmkan deposit. A railway line was built from Chulbass Station to GOK Inaglinskiy.
2011 — There were major additions to the coal reserves of GOK Inaglinskiy — in 2012, the company secured a license for the development of the Western part of Chulmakan deposit, and this license is the largest by the balance reserves of all categories (B+C1+C2) in all license portfolio of Kolmar Group.
2011 — The open-pitreserves at the area of LLC SP Erel had been completely developed and SP Erel left Kolmar Group.
2009 — Active development of Kolmar Group. The first phase of Denisovskaya mine was put into operation; a strategy was developed for the development of all Kolmar operations with GOK Inaglinskiy and GOK Denisovskiy as separate projects.
2007 — Acquisition of Denisovskaya mine, the main owner of which was EVRAZ Group.
2006 – As part of the Yakutian coal mining enterprises privatization, the company acquired LLC Erel, a joint venture of the Sakha Republic and the Republic of Korea, mining coal by open-pit method.
2005 – CJSC Yakutskie Ugli — New Technologies obtained a license for coal mining at the Central, and, in 2007, at the Northern area of the Chulmakan deposit eastern part.