The automated system assesses water level changes and changes the hydraulic system's response.
The company has spent US$20 million on new mining vehicles
Tenova's facilities can use up to 70% hydrogen in place of natural gas.
The capital construction budget for the Baimskaya project will now be close to US$8 billion.
Chelyabinsk plant will stop wastewater disposal at discharge points.
Natalka mine now covers 90% of its electricity demand from renewable sources.
The automated 'Treatment of aluminum in Crucible' (TAC) system cost about US$2.7 million.
The company plans to close the main smelting shop in the Kola
Drones will be used for prospecting, monitoring conditions and other tasks.
System aims to build operational resilience in the face of crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Equipment for mine totals over US$11M
Trucks were adapted to arctic conditions in line with specifications from Nornickel.