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Uralkali invests big in Ust-Yayva power

Uralkali has started the construction of permanent power-supply facilities at the Ust-Yayva mine, at a cost of Rb1,900 million (US$29 million).

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Ust-Yayva seen during its construction phase

Ust-Yayva seen during its construction phase

Three electrical substations will be built — Raketa, Obogatitel, and Stroganovskaya — and the Sibir substation, which currently supplies electricity to Berezniki-3, will be renovated. Upon completion,...

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