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Bosnia faces legal action over Chinese

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a net exporter of power. It has some of the worst air pollution in Europe. Yet this small, Balkan state of 3.5 million people is planning to nearly double its coal power capacity, a major source of harmful emissions. Green groups are locked in a war of attrition with the

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Stanari coal power plant Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bankwatch's analysis looks at eight coal-fired units totalling 2.6 GW in capacity planned in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, plus the Stanari plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina which started commercial operation last September. Compared to the air pollution limits set in

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The energy sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina

As well as new coal capacity, Bosnia-Herzegovina plans a large amount of new hydropower capacity, which is proving equally or more controversial than the coal plants. Numerous concessions have been issued to private companies in the last two decades but construction started very slowly.

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Earthquake Triggers Collapse at Bosnian Coal Mine, Killing

An earthquake the day before triggered a collapse at a coal mine in Bosnia, killing five men. Emergency teams helped 29 others to the surface. Reuters reported the manager of the mine, Esad Civic, as saying a total of 34 miners had been trapped 1,600 feet below ground by the rock burst.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: tragedy in neglected mines

Dec 12, 2008Surely we must put an end to this situation. A huge number of people lost their lives in various mining accidents in Bosnia and Herzegovina – fourteen in the last year alone, though four of them died while illegally mining coal near Tuzla.

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Landmines in Bosnia and Herzegovina

visited the Bosnia Herzegovina Mine Action Center (BHMAC) in Sarajevo. The center conducts mine action to re-establish a safe environment in a country that is heavily impacted by landmines, a consequence of the 1992-1995 war. This report describes the humanitarian, environmental and economic impacts of landmines in Bosnia Herzegovina.

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Seven interesting facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

Apr 01, 2016Seven interesting facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina. April 1, 2016 in 1895, the first electric tram opened in Sarajevo, drawing its electricity from a recently opened coal plant (the plant also supplied electricity to Sarajevo's recently installed street lamps.) Groups such as the Bosnia and Herzegovina Mine Action Centre (BHMAC) are

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Land mine contamination in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Land mine contamination in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a serious after effect of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina which raged from 1992 until 1995. All combatants laid land mines during the war and as a result Bosnia and Herzegovina has one of the most severe land mine problems in the world.

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Production in Coal Mines of the FBiH increased by 9.24

In the coal mines of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) 7.138.385 tonnes of coal were produced in 2017, which is an increase of 9.24 percent, or 603.539 tonnes, compared to 2016. According to the Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry, in the last three years, production is []

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Puracic Destination Guide (Federation of Bosnia and

Dobrnja-Jug mine disaster. The Dobrnja-Jug mine disaster was a mining accident that happened on 26 August 1990 near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The accident occurred in the Dobrnja-jug shaft of the Mramor coal mine. The mine was operated by the Kreka company, which operates three other mines

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Dewatering Pumps Meet Tough Conditions at Underground

arious underground coal mines—part of the holding company JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina—needed nearly a dozen horizontal and vertical pumps for dewatering purposes. The project was a priority for JP Elektroprivreda because the company had experienced problems with flooding in its mines, and its existing pumps

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NASA Visible Earth: Tuzla Valley Coal Mines, Bosnia and

The Tuzla Basin in northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina has been an industrial mainstay in Eastern Europe since the late 1800s. The area is among the largest suppliers of lignite (brown coal) and sub-bituminous coal to several power plants in the region, including Bosnia's largest (715 MW) steam-electric plant, which is located in the city of Tuzla, and the nearby coke-production plant in the

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Bosnia coal mine chooses

Bosnia coal mine chooses . The operator of an open-pit coal mine in Bosnia and Herzegovina has purchased two TA300 articulated haulers from Trucks, bringing to nine the total number of trucks at the site. Trucks shows off the vehicles used in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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China expands coal power interests in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jul 28, 2018China expands coal power interests in Bosnia and Herzegovina 28. July 2018. / Bosnia and Herzegovina is stepping-up its game – after building a new coal-fired power plant in Stanari just two years ago. Two more power plants are in the final phase

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Bosnia Herzegovina

The Climate Change Adaptation and Low Emissions Development Strategy for Bosnia and Herzegovina also presents potential objectives to reduce emissions through 2025 7 : Improve the efficiency of energy generation in all coal-fired power plants to at least 40% by 2025.

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undergrond maps of mines coal in bosnia and herzegovina

Zenica coal mine is a brown coal mine located in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The mine comprises three underground deposits: Stara jama, Raspotočje and Stranjani. Coal from the mine is used to supply the Kakanj Thermal Power Plant. Contact Supplier Geokon - Mining Technology.

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Trucks TA300 Sale to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Existing Trucks customer, Rudnik Uglja Gracanica has purchased two additional TA300 articulated dump trucks for hauling coal at the company's Gracanica mine in Bosnia and Herzegovina, bringing the total of Trucks in the fleet to nine.. The 28 tonne capacity TA300s will work two shifts per day hauling coal from the pit to the storage yard.

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Bosnia coal mine chooses

Bosnia coal mine chooses . The operator of an open-pit coal mine in Bosnia and Herzegovina has purchased two TA300 articulated haulers from Trucks, bringing to nine the total number of trucks at the site. Trucks shows off the vehicles used in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Stanari coal power plant Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bankwatch's analysis looks at eight coal-fired units totalling 2.6 GW in capacity planned in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, plus the Stanari plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina which started commercial operation last September. Compared to the air pollution limits set in

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Ugljevik Thermal Power Plant

Ugljevik Thermal Power Plant is a 300-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The plant is owned and operated by RiTE Ugljevik, a subsidiary of Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske.. Ugljevik 3 power station, formerly known as Ugljevik 2 power station, is

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Bosnia Coal Mining News Monitoring

Aug 06, 2019Bosnia and Herzegovina Mining Industry News ••• Topics • Bosnia and Herzegovina Media Directory • Events. Bosnia Coal Mining News Monitoring. Get by Email • RSS. Published on Jul 26, 2019. Pollution: if emergency becomes routine in Bosnia. Zenica (photo by M. Ranocchiari) One a few days after the other, two independent reports show

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Bosnian coal mine bids farewell to women

Jan 23, 2018The town of Breza was built around a coal mine that opened in 1907 when Bosnia and Herzegovina was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Today, about 17,000 people live in Breza, about 20 kilometers from Sarajevo; The coal mine, owned public energy group Elektroprivreda of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is still one of the top employers in Breza.

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Tuzla 7 lignite power plant, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The coal mining sector in Bosnia-Herzegovina is also in deep economic trouble. The Federation of BIH's mines suffer from the lowest labour productivity in southeast Europe and have for years received subsidies for social welfare payment obligations towards the state. In general, it is not allowed to provide state aid for operating coal mines

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Massive mine waste landslide at Kakanj, Bosnia

A massive mine waste landslide from an open pit coal mine occurred at Kakanj in Bosnia and Herzegovina last week, blocking a river and forcing 150 people to evacuate Friday, February 24, 2017. The lake created by the landslide overflowed Saturday mor

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Bosnia coal mines to increase production in 2016

Jan 31, 2016Bosnia coal mines to increase production in 2016. Coal mines in Bosnia had troubles with production in 2014 and 2015. State owned power utility EPBiH coal fired power plants which are relying on the coal supply announced serious investments into coal production stabilization and capacity increase 2016 and 2017.

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Tuzla climate info

Tuzla is located in the north eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Tuzla canton. The city is situated at the foot of the Majevica mountain range on the banks of the Jala River. The city is known for its salt production. Several coal mines can be found in the vicinity of the city.

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Bosnia And Herzegovina GDP From Mining

GDP From Mining in Bosnia And Herzegovina decreased to 128493 BAM Thousand in the first quarter of 2016 from 147241 BAM Thousand in the fourth quarter of 2015. GDP From Mining in Bosnia And Herzegovina averaged 131431.30 BAM Thousand from 2008 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 155475 BAM Thousand in the fourth quarter of 2013 and a record low of 101304 BAM Thousand in

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Dewatering Pumps Meet Tough Conditions at Underground Coal

Sep 21, 2016Dewatering Pumps Meet Tough Conditions at Underground Coal Mines in Bosnia Herzegovina. This Topic Sponsored by. Various underground coal mines—part of the holding company JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina—needed nearly a dozen horizontal and vertical pumps for dewatering purposes. The project was a

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Vrtliste Coal Mine

Vrtliste Coal Mine Details Parent Bosnia and Herzegovina Category: Coal Mining Last Updated on 22 July 2017 Commodities: Coal Area: Federacija Bosna i Herzegovina Type: Open-pit Mine Products: Lignite Mercedes-Benz Aerospace Cement Oil Refinery First Solar Bauxite Morocco Euro Nevada Photography Solar Energy Cuero Interalpen Nuclear

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Lukavac (Municipality, Tuzla Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

At the top right of the modified chemistry symbol, a symbol of mining is set, colored yellow, representing the hundred-years tradition of mining in the region (coal mines and stone quarries). The background, the top part of the arms is light blue. The coat of arms is edged yellow. Željko Heimer

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