According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, the coal and coke throughput of all the Russian sea ports during 2020 amounted to 188.6 mn tons (+7.1%). It should be noted that coal and coke account for 23% of the total throughput.
Vostochny Port is the leader in terms of coal and coke throughput with 26.8 mn tons, up 4.7% year-on-year.
Rosterminalugol (Ust-Luga) saw its coal and coke traffic increase by 8.3% up to 26.5 mn tons.
Daltransugol (Vanino) handled 23.2 mn tons, up 13% year-on-year.
Coal and coke throughput via Murmansk Commercial Sea Port declined by 17.7% down to 13.1 mn tons.
Coal Seaport Shakhtersk handled 10.7 mn tons (+22%).
|Stevedore||2020, mn tons|
|Murmansk Commercial Sea Port||13.1|
|Coal Seaport Shakhtersk||10.7|
It should be noted that the highest coal and coke throughput growth was via Donskoy Port in Rostov-na-Donu, up 10.8-fold. Coal and coke traffic via Anadyr Sea Port increased 8.9-fold, and via Terminal-Sovgavan by 7.6-fold.
The largest decrease in coal and coke traffic was in Vostokmorservice in Vladivostok (-90.2%), Arkhangelsk Sea Commercial Port (-82.7%) and Transcargo in Port Kavkaz (-78%).