- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- IRON ORE MINING IN RUSSIA - RESERVES, PRODUCTION, CONSUMPTION AND TRADE
- Reserves by Geographic Location and Type
- Historical and Forecast Production
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Historic and Forecast Iron Ore Production (Million Tonnes) and Global Iron Ore Prices (US$/dmtu), 2000-2020
- Active Mines
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Active Mines, 2015
- Exploration Projects
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Exploration Projects, 2015
- Development Projects
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Development Projects, 2015
- Russia Iron Ore Consumption and Ore and Concentrates Exports
- Domestic iron ore consumption vs steel production
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Iron Ore Consumption and Ores and Concentrates Exports vs Crude Steel Production (Million Tonnes), 2001-2020
- Exports by country
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Exports by County (Million Tonnes), 2014
- Imports by country
- Demand Drivers
- Demand from the foreign and domestic steel industries
- MAJOR IRON ORE PRODUCERS IN RUSSIA
- Metalloinvest MC LLC
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Holding Company Metalloinvest Projects, 2015
- Severstal Group
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Severstal Group, 2015
- Evraz Group SA
- Table Iron Ore Mining in Russia - Evraz Group SA, 2015
- FISCAL REGIME
- The Russian Mining Industry - Governing Bodies
- Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation
- Federal Agency for Mineral Resources
- Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation
- The Russian Mining Industry - Governing Laws
- The Russian Mining Industry - Ownership and Business Licenses
- The Russian Mining Industry - Rights and Obligations
- The Russian Mining Industry - Key Fiscal Terms
- One-time payments and fees
- Mineral Extraction Tax
- Profit Tax
- Transport Tax
- Table The Mining Industry in Russia - Transport Tax Rates (%), 2015
- Land Tax
- Table The Mining Industry in Russia - Depreciation Groups and Rates, 2015
- Loss Carry Forward
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- Secondary Research
- Primary Research
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Iron Ore Mining in Russia to 2020
Timetric's 'Iron Ore Mining in Russia to 2020' report comprehensively covers Russian reserves of iron ore by location and type, the historic and forecast data on iron ore production and prices, historic and forecast data on iron ore consumption and ores and concentrates exports and exports and imports by country.
The report also includes factors affecting demand for iron ore, profiles of major iron ore producing companies in the country and information on the active, exploration and development iron ore projects.
The Fiscal Regime section provides information about the country’s regulatory authority, laws, licenses and other fiscal regime information such as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to the mining of the commodity in the country.
It is an essential tool for companies active in Russian mining and for new competitors considering entering the industry.
Russia has substantial resources of copper, iron ore, gold, diamond, coal, nickel, vanadium, titanium sponge, tin, tungsten, potash, sulfur, silicon, rhenium and fluorspar. As of January 2015, it had the world’s third-largest crude iron ore reserves, with 25 billion tonnes (Bnt), accounting for 13.3% of the global total. Iron ore deposits are located mainly in the Ural region, Moscow (Tula region), North West Russia and Siberia.Scope
The report contains an overview of the Russian iron ore mining industry together with the key factors affecting the industry and demand for the commodity.
It also provides information about Russian iron ore reserves, historic and forecast data on iron ore production, consumption and trade, the competitive landscape and active, exploration and development iron ore projects.
Reasons To Buy
Gain an understanding of the iron ore mining industry in Russia, iron ore reserves, historic and forecast data on iron ore production, iron ore prices, consumption and imports, demand drivers, active, exploration and development iron ore projects, the competitive landscape and the country's fiscal regime.
- Central Russia accounts for more than half of the country’s production, while the rest of the output originates from the Urals and Siberia.
- The Ural region has high-grade ore, with the main deposit-bearing areas being Magnitogorsk, Novotrotsk, Zlaloust, Nizny Taghil and Seerow. The Tula region – also known as the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly – has large reserves of iron ore, with an average iron content of 34–39%. The main deposits in this region are in Orel and Veroneth. In North West Russia, the most significant mining areas are Murmansk and Kovador.
- The Russian mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, and the Federal Agency on Mineral Resources. The Subsoil Law is the main law for regulating mining activity.